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Chaos Lupus

Chaos Lupus

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I find Saradomin and Bandos to both be really interesting. Well...Bandos before they ****** him over anyway. Both have/had very vibrant personalities, interesting pasts, and intriguing outlooks.

Seren and Zaros are both pretty interesting as well, though I think less so than Zamorak and the other two I already mentioned. While they're both unique and I enjoy their characters, they're very extreme in that they're supposed to be on opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to emotion and logic. Not that I dislike that, I like the concept and don't wish for them to go changing it, but it's that differing combination of both qualities, created by culture and past experience, that gives the young gods personalities and beliefs that make them feel more three-dimensional.

Icthlarin has been handled well so far, as has Amascut. The former is one of the game's better protagonists, while the latter is one of the better antagonists in my opinion.

Guthix served his function well enough. I find his actions, or more accurately the things they caused, to be much more interesting than the rest of his character (a mopey hippie).

Most of the others haven't had enough development for me to care about them. I had high hopes for Armadyl, and maybe I'll enjoy him more in future content, but so far he's been extremely boring. He's just another peace-loving protector god whose only interesting characteristic is that he isn't very bright. I really wish they had played up the fact that he's the god of justice more than making peaceful cooperation his main priority. Ideally, they would have portrayed him as someone constantly struggling to find the line between due justice and a desire for revenge. It's very different from who he actually is, but he does have good reasons to desire revenge for the destruction of Forinthry, of which he could easily lay the blame at the feet of several different gods, which would create a more interesting dynamic in their relationships.
The strength of the pack is the wolf and the strength of the wolf is the pack.

31-May-2016 23:43:29

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