Well, I'm not too sure. The Bandosians will probably have a bunch of splinter groups with different leaders or everyone fighting each other for leadership, so until someone stops the infighting and gathers everyone into a massive army, the Bandosians won't be a threat or force to be reckoned with. They need someone with a strategy and a creative mind.Prepare for hell on RuneScape in Naval Cataclysm!
^ Plus he could build war machines, which they desperately need to compete with the other factions. I mean it's not going to be easy taking on demons, Mahjarrat and Temple Knights with just a bunch of goblins and/or slow heavies.Prepare for hell on RuneScape in Naval Cataclysm!
Ancient Drewsaid: Well, I'm not too sure. The Bandosians will probably have a bunch of splinter groups with different leaders or everyone fighting each other for leadership, so until someone stops the infighting and gathers everyone into a massive army, the Bandosians won't be a threat or force to be reckoned with. They need someone with a strategy and a creative mind.
Probably. Unfortunately we probably crippled their already disjointed forces sending so many off to die in Yu'biusk. (bet saving her doesn't seem like such a "good guy" choice now?) Even without that they are short on leaders. They seem to be stuck either fading into obscurity or becoming their own leaders, like the World Guardian should they remain bandosian. (which IMO has the coolest dialogue)
The Godless and Zamorak seem like the closest choices for the remaining Bandosians who want to go to another faction. I mean Bandos even confessed that he might have seen eye-to-eye with Zamorak if things had been different from the God Wars. On the other hand, the more disgruntled ones may actually join the Queen of Ashes, or join Armadyl purely out of spite for Bandos.
But who's to say that reuniting the Bandosians is necessarily a good thing, if they're going to be a near unstoppable force and wreck the planet? Then again there's a theory going around that Bandos stationed a few hobgoblins around the coast to keep Xau-Tak at bay. Who's to say that the splinter groups won't meet up and fight each other anyway?Prepare for hell on RuneScape in Naval Cataclysm!
Oh please, before you know it they'll be following us. And a colony of trolls will move into your POH basement. They'll drink all your booze, eat all of your food and probably trash the furniture to make a fire...like a party that never ends
Though I shudder to think what dinner will be, well as long as its not goblin again!
On a more serious note, Graardor was looking to retrieve the Godsword and unite the faction under him. If I read into correctly.The purpose of adventure is to shine light into dark places,
Poke monsters with a sharp stick, Then steal anything that isn't nailed down!
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- Last edited on 14-Oct-2016 14:07:28 by Solanumtinkr
Some Bandosians, including Zarador, do see some merit in Zanik's words even if you kill her, and they do go to Yu'Biusk anyway. So regardless of your decision at the end of The Mighty Fall, the faction was already divided between those who migrate to Yu'Biusk, and those who follow Graardor to the God Wars Dungeon. Your choice really determines whether or not the ones who go to Yu'Biusk have Zanik to lead them.
Nomad's Elegy made it so that Zanik's death means that the ones on Yu'Biusk now have to follow their own lead. Do they continue with what Zanik taught them, or did they never have her to teach them to begin with? And then you have the choice to even bring her back at all.
Graardor is absolutely a leader of part of the former Bandosian faction. It's just everything involving Zanik that's a mess.