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Chaos Lupus

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Lord Drakan said:
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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.

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.


Thanks, I'll update it.
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03-Dec-2014 18:34:58

Half Centaur
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Chaos Lupus said:
Crazy theory: General Khazard was the one who bought Jerrod, for use in his fight arena.


Yeah, we had talked about it before in game, and the only people I could imagine that could use Jerrod or profit from him would be Khazard. Maybe Lathas if he was in the mines (but then, he'd be dead or escaped).

Longshot would be the gnomes of arposandra.

But most likely Khazard.
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03-Dec-2014 23:43:42

Ptolemy Dean
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Never considered Khazard being the one to have purchased Jerrod. Makes the most sense, though. Whatever the case, I'm looking forward to speaking with him. He's the worst of the worst; but that only makes him more interesting. ^_^ "Ptolemos, the friendly, informative Mahjarrat."
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04-Dec-2014 05:16:07

Talonstalker
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good read. cant wait to meet him in game.
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04-Dec-2014 13:22:36

Eva Element

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I think Jerrod is over compensating with that new claw attachment after having it removed/hunted and captured and finally being freed. I'm a big entropy fan.

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04-Dec-2014 23:04:38

OrangeNebula
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All the recent news about Jerrod inspired me to start re-reading the novels, currently on Return to Canifis. Now I'm looking forward to seeing how he fits into the Heist even more. :P Your blade... it did not cut deep enough.

05-Dec-2014 17:24:40

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I posted this theory on TV Tropes, but here it is: Garth is dead, and he was killed by Saradomists. Think about it. What else could make Kara Meir so vitriolic against the gods? Seeing as how Garth is the lone exception in an otherwise bloody, evil race, I can easily imagine some Saradomist extremists deciding he would be a threat.

06-Dec-2014 15:31:24

Chaos Lupus

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[#ACH0SN0DT] said:
I posted this theory on TV Tropes, but here it is: Garth is dead, and he was killed by Saradomists. Think about it. What else could make Kara Meir so vitriolic against the gods? Seeing as how Garth is the lone exception in an otherwise bloody, evil race, I can easily imagine some Saradomist extremists deciding he would be a threat.


Kara-Meir was already pretty hostile toward the thought of following Saradomin or Zamorak by the end of Betrayal at Falador because of the actions of their followers - the Kinshra killing her family (among other things) and the White Knights risking her life by using her as bait. That's why she chose to follow Guthix. I imagine that his dying wish also contributed toward swaying her into opposition of the gods.

That being said, other events could have intensified her feelings about the gods. It is odd that she never mentioned Gar'rth in her letters while she was in Kandarin (she also never mentioned any of her other friends either), although he obviously couldn't have returned to Misthalin with her because of his banishment. His death is definitely a possibility.
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06-Dec-2014 17:11:31

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