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Robo Hobo

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Hmm that actually would make some kinda sense if Khazard was the one who bought him, I hadn't thought of that. Not many people would purchase a Werewolf that could just as well kill them if they couldn't control it after all.

I wonder if there will be any interaction between Lord Daquarius and Jerrod in the quest, seeing as Daquarius might recognize him as Sulla's 'pet' that was responsible for Sulla evading their capture for a good amount of time.
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03-Dec-2014 06:55:33

Chaos Lupus

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Robo Hobo said:
Hmm that actually would make some kinda sense if Khazard was the one who bought him, I hadn't thought of that. Not many people would purchase a Werewolf that could just as well kill them if they couldn't control it after all.

I wonder if there will be any interaction between Lord Daquarius and Jerrod in the quest, seeing as Daquarius might recognize him as Sulla's 'pet' that was responsible for Sulla evading their capture for a good amount of time.


I asked Mod Ollie about that on Twitter a few hours ago, hopefully we'll get an answer tomorrow. There should at least be a brief exchange of hostility between the two. As you said, Jerrod was responsible for saving Sulla from execution. He also killed one of Daquarius' men and Lady Anne (although I imagine Daquarius didn't care as much for her, if he even personally knew her).
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03-Dec-2014 07:08:14 - Last edited on 03-Dec-2014 07:08:42 by Chaos Lupus

Chaos Lupus

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Chaos Lupus said:
Robo Hobo said:
Hmm that actually would make some kinda sense if Khazard was the one who bought him, I hadn't thought of that. Not many people would purchase a Werewolf that could just as well kill them if they couldn't control it after all.

I wonder if there will be any interaction between Lord Daquarius and Jerrod in the quest, seeing as Daquarius might recognize him as Sulla's 'pet' that was responsible for Sulla evading their capture for a good amount of time.


I asked Mod Ollie about that on Twitter a few hours ago, hopefully we'll get an answer tomorrow. There should at least be a brief exchange of hostility between the two. As you said, Jerrod was responsible for saving Sulla from execution. He also killed one of Daquarius' men and Lady Anne (although I imagine Daquarius didn't care as much for her, if he even personally knew her).


Mod Ollie's answer: "Potentially, if the right situation arises."
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03-Dec-2014 11:00:59 - Last edited on 03-Dec-2014 11:01:14 by Chaos Lupus

Eva Element

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Chaos Lupus said:
Robo Hobo said:
Hmm that actually would make some kinda sense if Khazard was the one who bought him, I hadn't thought of that. Not many people would purchase a Werewolf that could just as well kill them if they couldn't control it after all.

I wonder if there will be any interaction between Lord Daquarius and Jerrod in the quest, seeing as Daquarius might recognize him as Sulla's 'pet' that was responsible for Sulla evading their capture for a good amount of time.


I asked Mod Ollie about that on Twitter a few hours ago, hopefully we'll get an answer tomorrow. There should at least be a brief exchange of hostility between the two. As you said, Jerrod was responsible for saving Sulla from execution. He also killed one of Daquarius' men and Lady Anne (although I imagine Daquarius didn't care as much for her, if he even personally knew her).


Didn't think Anne was really a spy. If she was then why was she sent alone against Sulla who even with his hands severed as still powerful and Jerrod who is a werewolf.

It is like sending a toddler armed with a foam dart gun to fight a tank.

Also it killed off a more interesting story line set up.
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03-Dec-2014 14:00:51

Chaos Lupus

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Eva Element said:
Chaos Lupus said:
Robo Hobo said:
Hmm that actually would make some kinda sense if Khazard was the one who bought him, I hadn't thought of that. Not many people would purchase a Werewolf that could just as well kill them if they couldn't control it after all.

I wonder if there will be any interaction between Lord Daquarius and Jerrod in the quest, seeing as Daquarius might recognize him as Sulla's 'pet' that was responsible for Sulla evading their capture for a good amount of time.


I asked Mod Ollie about that on Twitter a few hours ago, hopefully we'll get an answer tomorrow. There should at least be a brief exchange of hostility between the two. As you said, Jerrod was responsible for saving Sulla from execution. He also killed one of Daquarius' men and Lady Anne (although I imagine Daquarius didn't care as much for her, if he even personally knew her).


Didn't think Anne was really a spy. If she was then why was she sent alone against Sulla who even with his hands severed as still powerful and Jerrod who is a werewolf.

It is like sending a toddler armed with a foam dart gun to fight a tank.

Also it killed off a more interesting story line set up.


She was acting as a spy and a messenger for the Kinshra at the time. Sulla and Jerrod broke the rules of parley when they killed her.

I wouldn't really call Sulla powerful after his defeat at Kara-Meir's hands. He lost a lot of weight and was unable to perform a lot of basic tasks, such as drinking without spilling it, even with a prosthetic hand. He also notes how he had to rely on Jerrod for just about everything.
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03-Dec-2014 17:27:56

Eva Element

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Well I hope the Kinshra leaders demoted who ever it was that had it in their head that they could trust Sulla even an inch. Which is odd considering all his actions leading up to that point basically showed he couldn't be trusted at all. And since he was their leader for a while this really should have been extremely, painfully obvious.

With decisions like that kind of hard to see how Kenshra are considered a threat.

All the White Knights need to do is tell them they surrender and to meat them at a certain area. Then when they all stand around like confused toddlers just one dwarf cannon shot and kill them all.


Also hands or no hands adult man vs teenage lady. He wouldn't need fingers to hit her hard over and over again until she was out cold.
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03-Dec-2014 18:11:00

Chaos Lupus

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Eva Element said:
Well I hope the Kinshra leaders demoted who ever it was that had it in their head that they could trust Sulla even an inch. Which is odd considering all his actions leading up to that point basically showed he couldn't be trusted at all. And since he was their leader for a while this really should have been extremely, painfully obvious.

With decisions like that kind of hard to see how Kenshra are considered a threat.

All the White Knights need to do is tell them they surrender and to meat them at a certain area. Then when they all stand around like confused toddlers just one dwarf cannon shot and kill them all.


Also hands or no hands adult man vs teenage lady. He wouldn't need fingers to hit her hard over and over again until she was out cold.


Daquarius had become the lord of the Kinshra by that point.

I'm not saying that Sulla couldn't have overpowered her on his own, but in general terms he had grown pretty weak by this point.
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03-Dec-2014 18:18:51

Lord Drakan
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Chaos Lupus said:
Eva Element said:
Well I hope the Kinshra leaders demoted who ever it was that had it in their head that they could trust Sulla even an inch. Which is odd considering all his actions leading up to that point basically showed he couldn't be trusted at all. And since he was their leader for a while this really should have been extremely, painfully obvious.

With decisions like that kind of hard to see how Kenshra are considered a threat.

All the White Knights need to do is tell them they surrender and to meat them at a certain area. Then when they all stand around like confused toddlers just one dwarf cannon shot and kill them all.


Also hands or no hands adult man vs teenage lady. He wouldn't need fingers to hit her hard over and over again until she was out cold.


Daquarius had become the lord of the Kinshra by that point.

I'm not saying that Sulla couldn't have overpowered her on his own, but in general terms he had grown pretty weak by this point.

He was just a very cruel and evil man and wanted Jerrod to have some fun, I guess.

Also, it's Black Prince, not Dark Prince.
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03-Dec-2014 18:27:17

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