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Svigris

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I think I would argue the exact opposite. We see with things like the Nihil and Char that Zaros has very little regard for individual life instead choosing to create his own from others or taking favorites. Zamorak on the other hand is willing to try to uplift as many as he can he doesn't help those who oppose him but he'd help anyone who proved that that they do intend to follow his philosophy.

Zaros has alway missed the "human" (term used not to only describe humans) which Zamorak seems to "get" much better.

07-Jul-2016 18:39:52

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Maiden China said:
Svigris said:
I think I would argue the exact opposite. We see with things like the Nihil and Char that Zaros has very little regard for individual life instead choosing to create his own from others or taking favorites. Zamorak on the other hand is willing to try to uplift as many as he can he doesn't help those who oppose him but he'd help anyone who proved that that they do intend to follow his philosophy.

Zaros has alway missed the "human" (term used not to only describe humans) which Zamorak seems to "get" much better.
waitwhat? zaros loves char, I mean, yes, he loves seren more but still


That's exactly my point. Zaros sacrificed an entire civilization to empower one. Zaros sees individual as nothing more than tools for himself and those he chooses. Zamorak on the other hand individuals as just that. An individual is worth only what they themselves prove to be worth, are you worth the death of millions? Zamorak would say no to most, key word being most. Zamorak's focus seems to more be trying to find the diamonds in the rough and cutting those he finds. While Zaros seems to like to make diamonds out of raw coal a far more intensive process.

08-Jul-2016 16:33:33

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Hazeel said:
It seemed like the opposite to me. Zamorak seems more interested in an all-ecompassing chaos where people survive, adapt, or die. Zaros seems far more passive about it, he talks about working with specific individuals, and only trying to encourage people to seek strength, allowing them to make the active choice on their own.


I think we are agreeing here. Zamorak tends to try to apply his approach to as many as he can and reaps the results of it. While Zaros tries for much more controlled results at greater expenses.

08-Jul-2016 19:47:38

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