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AesirWarrior

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Elf of Seren said:

Missing: Honestly, idek where to put Vorago. Should Char be included? I feel like she is an empowered Auspah (somehow). What about the Dragonkin (either assume that they're all about the same power level OR stick with the more popular one's bc we're not about to argue about the strength of a dozen characters, when we only interact with most of them once or twice).


Vorago only became powerful enough to kill a T4 Tuska by absorbing the anima mundi into himself temporarily. In his normal state he's nowhere near that power level. I'd say he's between 6 and 7 in his normal state (maaaybe low 5, but that's being very generous), and around 4 while empowered. To be fair we don't know his upper limits while empowered, so he could be really powerful. But Tuska was also significantly weakened at that point so it wouldn't be surprising if he's actually weaker than she was. Just putting him at T4 while in Super-Vorago mode is a good middle-ground.

Though Vorago probably has no divine energy, which would technically disqualify him, but I imagine this is supposed to be more than just the tiers of godhood.
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21-Apr-2017 11:42:41

AesirWarrior

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Hguoh said:
Raleirosen said:
Were the Dragonkin not affected by the maze? Obviously they're not gods, but it's hard to believe Sliske would overlook such an important detail.


The maze removed divinity/divine power and was isolated from the rest of the plane's anima. The Dragonkin are not divine and do not have a connection to the anima (*cough* Vorago *cough*) and are therefore unaffected by the maze.


Their power comes from the Stone (well, they'd say it IS the stone, but you know... semantics), so you could argue it is divine. The Maze could also have severed their connection to it temporarily (though maybe they're too mad for that to be tthe case).
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22-Apr-2017 21:41:33

AesirWarrior

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Swolllliosis said:


I agree with him. Dragonkins are way too high on this travesty of a tier list. Any mortal with an elder instrument can kill a higher tier god, e.g., Zamorak -> Zaros, Bandos - > Jodudu Otaku. You give the dragonkin too much credit.


Bandos didn't use an elder artifact, Jododu's body was just drained of all power. He used everything he got to protect the planet, which means he had nothing left to protect himself.

I kind of like the contrast of Jododu's mortal-like body and Bandos' indestructability in the face of meteor armaggedon. It's two very different ways to use god-like power.

Questcaping said:
Swolllliosis said:
As for Nex, we can actually kill her >_>. No way she is that high up.


Empowered Nex, though? She can't be killed by the World Guardian alone (ie. hasn't been soloed yet).

I think Tier 7 is about the highest for what the World Guardian could kill alone (like the Bandos Avatar in Chosen Commander, a very weak Tier 7). Regular Nex would be about there. Nex:AOD I'd give a Tier 6 fighting-wise in terms of fighting her.


Well... we couldn't even kill the Bandos Avatar. Combat lvl aside, which is primarily a gameplay mechanic, that thing was virtually indestructible. We had to use a Deus Ex Machina crossbow to kill it.
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22-Apr-2017 22:31:16

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