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Chaos Lupus

Chaos Lupus

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I loved Zamorak's comments about honor, it fit well with the character. He's the type of guy who stabs foes unaware with a poisoned dagger, after all. He's willing to do what it takes to win, which works well for a character whose peoples' lives have always rested upon political power plays. Though not taking the opportunity to kill certain enemies within the maze was stupid, as was putting the gods in that position as well.

As a side note, I've always thought that a strict code of honor would have been an interesting trait to give Bandos. By all means, he should have remained a cruel and sadistic villain, but I think it would have been a better route to establish him as someone who enjoyed testing his skill in fair combat rather than turning him into a coward who never fought real foes.
The strength of the pack is the wolf and the strength of the wolf is the pack.

21-Dec-2016 18:39:06

Chaos Lupus

Chaos Lupus

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Vardan said:
Talonstalker said:


Zamorak: He's still Zamorak to me. When he and Arma encountered, he told him what i always thought about him. It is HIS fault for the death of his species, Zamorak wanted the other gods dead, unknow what the consequences would be.

In the end, all are guilty, perhaps, one more then the other.

Do you think Zamorak is a "good" person? After seeing him taunt Armadyl like that it's pretty clear he has no real regret, which makes for an interesting contrast to Saradomin who seems to have a lot of it but doesn't let it influence him. I was kinda disappointed Zammy let himself get influenced by Zaros' aura again, even if he was without his divine protection.

Also would you let Zamorak kill Seren? He seems to really want to.


I wouldn't consider any of the major gods to be good people by any modern real world standard, they're all mass murderers. That said, I don't see the issue with Zamorak's comment. Armadyl fought against him for thousands of years in a war that he had no business involving himself in, which ultimately drove his people to the brink of extinction. Armadyl and his aviansie would have killed plenty of Zamorak's followers in that time, some probably Zamorak's personal friends. I wouldn't have stopped at taunting him.
The strength of the pack is the wolf and the strength of the wolf is the pack.

21-Dec-2016 18:46:36

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