I was more wondering whether the mahjarrat wore clothes on freneskae at all, seems no reason to do so and no materials i know of to make them from
after moving to gielinor, it'd make sense that they'd adopt clothes, to fit in, to easily show their ranks and titles
and now, long after they've stopped caring about what the common people think, they may be wearing clothes because they've gotten used to it, they've adopted the same ideas about nakedness that humans, and many other races, haveCarn
Obviously they wear socks. Have you seen where the ritual marker is? A frozen wasteland. No way they're gonna expose their tiny mahjarrat toes to those elements. No Way!Do you really think you can stop me, Xau-Tak? You can't. There is a bottomless pit of destruction and this is Devil Vein.
We don't wear clothes, we wear armor.Runescape doesn't need a hero...it needs a villain. An all encompassing force of evil that will remain ever-threatening and use chaos to make the peoples of Gielinor tolerate each other, grow strong together, and fight side by side against this evil. I am that villain.
Yes. Remember how Azzanadra was going to get a new pair of socks for Christmas, but Akthanakos turning Mahjarrat Santa into a camel prevented it?You never were our brightest star, Khazard. 'Vermin slaughtered like lambs'? What does that even mean?
Maiden Chinasaid: I was more wondering whether the mahjarrat wore clothes on freneskae at all, seems no reason to do so and no materials i know of to make them fromDon't mean to shoot down your thread right at the start but you pretty much answered your own question right there. As for the present, I second Hazeel's post, the robes of the Mahjarrat are not as much clothes, but rather mage armour.
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