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N7spongy

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You know I just thought of something, where the hell is Nomad in all of this? We never foiled his plans, he should be some demigod at this point who killed Lucien already. What if he's a vigilante? Or even more corrupted than in our timeline?

As for other places:

Draynor is probably still a village, just even more darker and sadder because of Victor next door still not dead, though I wonder why the Wise Old Man didn't decide to kill him, or how literally no one else in the town in our world ever talks about the Vampire.

As for Lumbridge, it was probably destroyed by the Chosen Commander since it's close proximity to Dorgesh Kaan, which is also destroyed. HAM has probably been annihilated trying to stand up to the goblins.

Sophanem has probably been destroyed by the Scabarites and Menaphos is probably as normal as ever, being ruled by Amascut. Nardah is probably empty since the lack of water forced everyone to go somewhere else. Polnivneach probably has to deal with storms from Agrith Naar, the Bandit Camp probably remains, and the Bedabin Camp, um, just exists. The Golem is still clueless on what to even do with it's life.

Relleka and other Fremennik isles have likely been destroyed, as said before, Seer's village is probably ruled by Hazeel, along with Hemenster and Ardougne. Catherby is either deserted, conquered by trolls, or ruled by Hazeel.

Nobody cares about Feldip.

The Tree Gnome village has likely been obliterated by Khazard, and the Tree Gnome Stronghold is probably a human-hating society planning to wage war, but cant when it sees that all Human lives suck anyway and are ruled by non human beings.

Mos Le Harmless is most likely ruled by Rab- You Know Who, and under the influence of Xau-Tak. The Odd Old Man never got his bones and decided to go out himself, getting killed by a Blue Dragon after he tried to use the Bonesack as a shield. The Bonesack is still out there to this day, rolling around in search of bones.

Missed anything?
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29-Oct-2016 19:30:46

Penny Drakis
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If Jagex is really insistent on preserving the status quo except for "oh, the adventurer never did this," then we get silly minor "Missed anything?" answers like Ana still being a slave in the desert mining camp.

Which is silly. Why would Ana even exist? But then again there are a bunch of other folks that the adventurer never bothered to liberate from that camp in either timeline. What's so special about Ana?

Ah hell, I am complaining about a common trope in alternate timeline fiction. I am being silly.
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29-Oct-2016 23:09:47 - Last edited on 29-Oct-2016 23:12:23 by Penny Drakis

AesirWarrior

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N7spongy said:
You know I just thought of something, where the hell is Nomad in all of this? We never foiled his plans, he should be some demigod at this point who killed Lucien already. What if he's a vigilante? Or even more corrupted than in our timeline?


It wouldn't surprise me if Lucien just killed him after all his assasins failed.
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30-Oct-2016 03:46:50

Hguoh
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AesirWarrior said:
N7spongy said:
You know I just thought of something, where the hell is Nomad in all of this? We never foiled his plans, he should be some demigod at this point who killed Lucien already. What if he's a vigilante? Or even more corrupted than in our timeline?


It wouldn't surprise me if Lucien just killed him after all his assasins failed.


My guess is that he's holed up in SW, having become dependent on the obelisk's power (as he says he was starting to be in DaT). On the bright side, he likely has some humans living there too whom he has play the minigame in exchange for providing them a safe haven.

Alternatively, he may have been killed by Lucien, only to not die (much like he didn't when we killed him). At that point, he would have turned to Divination to sustain himself before becoming Death's target of interest.

30-Oct-2016 05:16:21

Kittyphantom

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Marking down the gravestone examines for reference in the future, long after this Halloween event is gone:

"Here lies Sir Amik Varze. He was buried in one."

"Here lies Sir Tendeth. Well, that was a self-fulfilling prophecy."

"Here lies Sir Owen. Died bravely in service to Saradomin. He was a knight to remember."

"Here lies Sir Renitee. They took his life. They took his land. They took him where he could not stand."

"Here lies Sir Rebrum. He was delicious."

"Here lies Sir Loynst Ayke. He was also delicious."

"Here lies Sir Vyvin. He was one of the first to fall."

"Here lies Sir Render. A coward to the end."

"Here lies Sir Vey. He should have paid more attention."

"Here lies Sir Rial. He's not coming back."

"Here lies Sir Rinch. A victim of dark experiments."

"Here lies Sir Ken Schism. The less said of him, the better."

"Here lies Sir Pent. He was quite the charmer."

"Here lies Sir Vile. He had served his purpose."

"Here lies Sir Ruppe. He fell victim to a sticky situation."

"Here lies Sir Rownd. There were just too many of them."
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01-Nov-2016 05:10:57

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Alright, I'll bite again. It somewhat bugs me that there is no sign of Vorago's borehole in the DoD universe. He has at least one confirmed awakening with that Maul of Omens incident, so we know he's there alright. Now, we've got the following gods (presumably) running rampant across Gielinor:

- Xau-Tak
- Amascut
- Guthix (though he's most likely napping)

And given enough time, Hazeel will most likely grow into a god as well if he's really in control of that much land. It makes me wonder...

How much does it take for Vorago to wake up again?
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01-Nov-2016 21:54:07

Solanumtinkr

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HeroicSnorro said:
Alright, I'll bite again. It somewhat bugs me that there is no sign of Vorago's borehole in the DoD universe. He has at least one confirmed awakening with that Maul of Omens incident, so we know he's there alright. Now, we've got the following gods (presumably) running rampant across Gielinor:

- Xau-Tak
- Amascut
- Guthix (though he's most likely napping)

And given enough time, Hazeel will most likely grow into a god as well if he's really in control of that much land. It makes me wonder...

How much does it take for Vorago to wake up again?
Considering the horror show the rest of the planet is, we'll probably have to rebuild them first.
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01-Nov-2016 22:21:23

Hguoh
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HeroicSnorro said:
Alright, I'll bite again. It somewhat bugs me that there is no sign of Vorago's borehole in the DoD universe. He has at least one confirmed awakening with that Maul of Omens incident, so we know he's there alright. Now, we've got the following gods (presumably) running rampant across Gielinor:

- Xau-Tak
- Amascut
- Guthix (though he's most likely napping)

And given enough time, Hazeel will most likely grow into a god as well if he's really in control of that much land. It makes me wonder...

How much does it take for Vorago to wake up again?


Vorago, post being defeated with the Maul of Omens, generally appears to be concerned with threats to the deep places of the plane and testing his own strength.

In a world where most of the gods are not active on Gielinor and those that are aren't all that interested in messing up the Anima, the first is largely annulled.

And without the world guardian and most other non-NPC adventurers , the latter also doesn't really apply either.

So Vorago's probably sitting there under the surface, bored out of his mind.

That being said should the results of the current Halloween event go horribly wrong after we stop assisting the MDF (and it absolutely must, given the how events in that dimension tend to go), the destruction caused by an out of control god construct (especially if it absorbs the rest of their stores of divine energies) could end up with Vorago intervening. Of course, the MDF is borked regardless as either the construct or the upset Vorago will end up annihilating their stronghold.

Edit: Or maybe Vorago will strike a deal with them. He'll protect them, but they need to keep constructing opponents for him to test his strength against.

02-Nov-2016 02:13:08 - Last edited on 02-Nov-2016 02:16:39 by Hguoh

Kittyphantom

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Bump to preserve WK lore fates (for later headcanons and work regarding the Dimension of Disaster) "You have heard that it was said, 'You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.' But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you[...]For if you love those who love you, what reward do you have?

05-Jun-2017 09:09:11

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