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Wahisietel

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If Armadyl was in the same situation, do you really think he wouldn't have done exactly the same thing? Because he definitely would have.

Heck, any of the gods would have done the same, except for Bandos.
You never were our brightest star, Khazard. 'Vermin slaughtered like lambs'? What does that even mean?

11-Feb-2017 14:53:12 - Last edited on 11-Feb-2017 14:55:27 by Wahisietel

Wahisietel

Wahisietel

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Ancient Drew said:
Wahisietel said:
If Armadyl was in the same situation, do you really think he wouldn't have done exactly the same thing? Because he definitely would have.
We don't really know whether Adrastreia was actually sired by Saradomin or if he adopted her. But we do know that Armadyl adopted his kids.


Biological relation is irrelevant. Family is family.
You never were our brightest star, Khazard. 'Vermin slaughtered like lambs'? What does that even mean?

11-Feb-2017 15:46:46

Wahisietel

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Swolllliosis said:
Wahisietel said:
If Armadyl was in the same situation, do you really think he wouldn't have done exactly the same thing? Because he definitely would have.

Heck, any of the gods would have done the same, except for Bandos.


Armadyl probably might have given himself up to save the majority or even his child, yes, but he wouldn't outweigh one life over the pact. Putting all his followers at risk again, especially after the trauma he dealt after his lost during the first Gold Wars, is too unjustifiable for his taste, unlike Saradomin, who always gets the final and ultimate say about what is justifiable and what is not. Does Saradomin really think just because he built civilization after civilization, it gives him the one and only divine privilege to decide the ultimate fate of his followers? I think not. A god shouldn't subjugate their powers over mortals like that.


If Armadyl had a choice between the life of his only remaining family member and giving Zaros the Stone of Jas, he'd give Zaros the stone, no doubt about it. Even if that meant the deaths of others.

Armadyl already does a form of this "family for Stone of Jas" choice in the current version of the quest, it's just that the Aviansie as a whole are the closest thing to a family he has. Same for Zamorak and the Mahjarrat (a literal example in the case of Khazard).
You never were our brightest star, Khazard. 'Vermin slaughtered like lambs'? What does that even mean?

12-Feb-2017 00:33:38 - Last edited on 12-Feb-2017 00:34:44 by Wahisietel

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