It was heavily implied. Original message details are unavailable. I did indeed perish along with the rest of me crew. Somethin' clung to me soul, though. Somethin' dark that let me keep on goin'. I can feel th' same curse has be laid upon them, as well.Original message details are unavailable. The sea... she hasn'a been herself of late - and no one know's 'er like me. Angry, she's been gettin', with more 'n more of what be stayin' deep risin' to th' top.You never were our brightest star, Khazard. 'Vermin slaughtered like lambs'? What does that even mean?
Raleirosensaid: Wahisietelsaid: So, just throwing this out there, what if Xau-Tak completely ignored many of the established rules of the RuneScape universe? What if Xau-Tak simply did not make sense in the eyes of "science", and was capable of many seemingly impossible feats?
I'm talking about "creation of life" level stuff here. Stuff that's firmly established as impossible and fundamentally wrong, but Xau-Tak is inexplicably capable of it anyway.Isn't that a given? Pretty sure Wilson mentioned the phrase "reality-warping" or something to that effect.
TBF you could probably argue that most of the gods (and maybe just magic in general) are reality warping to some extent.-
I have noticed your kind does tend to blindly stumble forward towards danger simply because it exists. What is your word for that?
AesirWarriorsaid: TBF you could probably argue that most of the gods (and maybe just magic in general) are reality warping to some extent.Well yeah, all gods have the ability to warp reality, but none of them do so by their very presence. Saradomin doesn't tear apart the fabric of spacetime just by existing (at least not literally).Patrolling Lore FC almost makes you wish for a Great Revision.