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Maiden China
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Maiden China

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Lucien's "you dare attack a god?!"
Bandos' "I say hypocrite" (about armadyl)
Kerapac's "No."
Azzanadra's "Ah yes. I am disappointed that we could not see eye-to-eye" (when you protect Guthix) and "Ah, yes. I was disappointed to hear that you did not champion the cause of Zaros" (when his cause is barely there to champion... and only what armadyl and Icthlarin are saying is making any sense)

oh... and "But, if Zaros dies as a result of your actions, do not think for one second that any of that will save you. I will pour every ounce of my strength into your destruction. Nothing will stop me! Do you understand? Nothing!"
Carn

19-Mar-2015 11:12:55 - Last edited on 19-Mar-2015 11:15:30 by Maiden China

CD_Paladin_C
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CD_Paladin_C

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:^)

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Saradomin: You dare defy a god?
Saradomin: I shall not be denied!

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Saradomin: You have defied me for the last time, World Guardian.

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Zamorak: Never! You betrayed me, Saradomin. You threw away our alliance the moment your knife could find my back!

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Memory 3
...since dawn in the refugee camp, and I was exhausted. The news from Askroth became worse with each band to arrive. The great city of Askroth was no more. Terrified refugees spoke of a blue man the size of a mountain. The diviners had angered him, they said, and in that anger he had razed the city. They pointed to a building on the horizon, built on the ruins of Askroth. The giant's army was marching downriver. Our cities were assembling armies of their own, but I did*’t see how they would stand a...

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Garlandia: I am icyene, and our home was ruled by Saradomin. Though he brought knowledge and wealth to our lands, he also brought war. He demanded that we fight for him, and many did so willingly. At a banquet, he called across the room and asked whether i would be joining his infantry or his bombardiers. I told him that I had no intention of fighting at all. In his embarrassment over my refusal, he gathered everyone into the courtyard. There, he ripped my beautiful wings from me. For an icyene, that is as good as death.

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Zarador: Bandos was gifted with unparallelled vision. While authoritarian halfwits like Saradomin seek only to rule over what exists, Bandos sought so much more. It was not enough to be worshipped by the flawed creations he found in the universe. Bandos was born of a perfect warrior race and required followers who approached that perfection. To this end he took the native peoples of Yu'biusk and over many thousands of years bred them as you may have seen humans breed animals, to encourage different characteristics.

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Player: You're a monster, Saradomin.
"Your god's dead next time he's in a world event. "
-The Lore Community to our Saradominist Friends, Said During World Event 2, Proven During World Event 3.
#StopSaradomin

19-Mar-2015 11:25:10

CD_Paladin_C
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CD_Paladin_C

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Julienne, Emissary of Saradomin: Saradomin is
the one true god
. This is his world, and he will watch over us all. He wants us to be safe. He will banish all other gods, so we can live on his world in peace - and in his glory!

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Pad*menes: Saradomin is
the one true god
. All other so-called gods are nothing more than pretenders to Saradomin's rule. Only Saradomin is born to be a god. The power of the others is a result of greed and envy - stolen power. But Saradomin is the lord of light, the bringer of justice. He is stern, but merciful, and acts to protect us all. And so, when this fight is over and peace returns, our lord will watch over and guide us. There can be no greater calling than to serve Saradomin!
"Your god's dead next time he's in a world event. "
-The Lore Community to our Saradominist Friends, Said During World Event 2, Proven During World Event 3.
#StopSaradomin

19-Mar-2015 11:32:54

Velia

Velia

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"This is me. I am amazing."
~Zemouregal on himself in his Notes (K-*)



"Well, I happened across a couple of items. Artefacts, you might say. Of the elder variety."
~Sliske in Missing, Presumed Death.

(because of this parody quote)
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Does it really matter? Sliske will just steal your candy anyway.


Most importantly, after stealing it he will proceed to make the Gods fight over who gets it.

"Well, I happened across a couple of treats. Chocolates, you might say. Of the Hershey variety."
Quester
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Sliskean

19-Mar-2015 12:49:36 - Last edited on 19-Mar-2015 12:59:06 by Velia

Talonstalker
Jul Gold Premier Club Member 2013

Talonstalker

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Nomad: Oh, but Saradomin is so unimaginative. What have the gods done with the Stone? Nothing!

Zamorak: You have gone too far, Sliske. You are nothing but a plague that must be purged from this world.

Player: What...is your favourite colour?
Sliske: Hahaha! The universe falling down around your ears and you ask me a question of such frivolity! I like your style!

Player: Are you a god?
Sliske: What is a god? Power? Followers? A miserable little pile of secrets?
Player: If it's the last of those, you certainly fit the bill.
Sliske: Very droll.

Player: I regret it.
Azzanadra: I suppose I can understand your reservations. Zaros is an unknown quantity to you. I can only imagine that he managed to impress upon you the gravity of our situation. I trust, at least, that you see the need for his return, even if you cannot be happy about it. Being World Guardian requires you to make difficult decisions that affect us all. You do not have the luxury of personal bias.

Player: I want to join you.
Sliske: Aww, how sweet, another groupie...but I work best on my own.
Sliske: By all means, join Relomia's little fan club.
Sliske: But if you want to make yourself truly useful... Stir things up; kill some gods. Who knows? You might even win my little competition. Wouldn't THAT be something?
"If you believe you can distance yourself from the harm you cause, you're deluding yourself. You're not some mindless tool. You're accountable. Your actions will catch up with you eventually." -Jedi Master Jun Seros; Swtor Bounty Hunter storyline.

19-Mar-2015 14:05:11

Roland Lyons
Mar Member 2014

Roland Lyons

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Player: Arrav, what are you still doing here?
Arrav: I...am too weak. This body is thousands of years old.
Arrav: Without Zemouregal's magic to preserve it, it will soon crumble to dust.
Player: Is there nothing I can do to save you?
Arrav: You have already saved me, my friend.
Arrav: I should have died long ago, but my mind was imprisoned in this lifeless husk. Now, my torment is over.
Arrav: What of Zemouregal?
Player: He still lives, rejuvenated by the ritual.
Arrav: Avarrocka! The shield! You must...
Player: Varrock is safe, remember? Zemouregal's last attack failed.
Arrav: I...my mind...it is hazy.
Player: A man named Dimintheis wields your shield proudly.
Player: While his bloodline stays strong, so too shall Varrock.
Arrav: Ah, that is good...but Zemouregal will not give up.
Player: And neither shall we, Arrav.
Player: Arrav?
Player: ...
Arrav collapses and disintergrates
Player: Rest easy, hero of Varrock.
You receive 3,000 Prayer XP for freeing Arrav's soul.

I always liked to thing the World Guardian looked up to people like Arrav growing up, inspiring him to become an adventurer. That just makes this scene all the better.
#1 vampyre slayer in Gielinor.

Make Darkmeyer Hallowvale Again!

19-Mar-2015 14:10:31 - Last edited on 19-Mar-2015 14:11:34 by Roland Lyons

Iceey

Iceey

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"The human will be toast if we don't move now. Ready for teleport!" ~ Hazelmere

"This decision was already made and was for the best. Good bye. My friends..." ~ Hazelmere.


"Hazelmere... Cyrisus... What have I done? Lucien! You will pay for this!" ~ Player


Princess Astrid: Oh, my darling (Fremennik Name), it’s so good to see you here. Listen, when this is over we should get married as soon as possible. I don’* want to lose you like I’ve lost father.
Player: You haven’t lost him.
Princess Astrid: Thank you, I feel so much better now you’ve said that. I hope you’re right.
Player: You’ll never lose me, Astrid.
Player: Let’s just see how it goes.





Player: What happened here?
Baba Yaga: Oh, [Fremennik Name], thank goodness you’re alive. I’m sorry for your loss.
Player: You’re ‘sorry’? Is that it? My [wife/husband] is dead and you’re ‘sorry’?
Baba Yaga: I don’t know what else I can say, [Fremennik Name*. I did everything I could, but it wasn’t enough.
Player: You’re right, I’m sorry.
Player: You promised to keep her safe!
Baba Yaga:
Player:
Player:
Player: I’m sure you did everything you could.
Baba Yaga: I did, [Fremennik Name*. I did.
Baba Yaga: They did*’t die in vain. We would have lost without them, then you would have had the dagannoth kings at your back while you fought the mother.
Player: Thank you. I’ll make sure King Vargas hears that.
Come the Sixth-Age, the world will need the World Guardian.

19-Mar-2015 14:59:44 - Last edited on 19-Mar-2015 15:02:55 by Iceey

Iceey

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This is is a lot longer than the others so I had to post in a different post, possibly 2.

Player: Phew, that was a close one! Thanks for saving me.

Hazelmere: You did a good thing helping the tree; I was returning the favour. You have shown more empathy towards the anima mundi than any gnome I’ve known for a long time. It was right of you to think of me. Despite being a human, perhaps you can be a true spirit tree mage. Thank you, [Player]. You have shown me the future, whether you realise it or not, and it is not a place for old wizards like me. My autumn is ending, and only winter remains.

Player: What? Don’t be so negative. You're a survivor. You’ve lived this long.

Hazelmere: Do you remember when you called me the first time? You disturbed my contemplations. I was having a vision of the future. In it I sensed that Guthix had decided that my work on Gielinor was almost done. I had one last choice to make.

Player: Visions? You can*t trust visions.

Hazelmere: Maybe not. But the first part of it has now come to pass.

Player: What is this choice anyway?

Hazelmere: Never mind that. It is even more important now that you understand your future. There will be a time of great change and you will do a great good during this time. At times your task will appear impossible, and it will seem as if the power of Guthix, which you will seek with mighty intent, will slip away even after you prevailed so hard, but don’t give up hope.

Player: Well, that’s about as clear as mud!


Continues on next post.
Come the Sixth-Age, the world will need the World Guardian.

19-Mar-2015 15:04:28 - Last edited on 19-Mar-2015 15:05:41 by Iceey

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