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AesirWarrior

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Michael200 said:
If memory serves, both the Godless and the Guthixians were also omitted as well. I think everyone can guess what it's like for followers of Marimbo.


Guthixians and Godless just go to Limbo actually, but that was confirmed out of game.
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I have noticed your kind does tend to blindly stumble forward towards danger simply because it exists. What is your word for that?
- We call it being a hero.

23-Mar-2017 19:49:28 - Last edited on 23-Mar-2017 19:49:47 by AesirWarrior

AesirWarrior

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Rifleavenger said:
AesirWarrior said:
Michael200 said:
If memory serves, both the Godless and the Guthixians were also omitted as well. I think everyone can guess what it's like for followers of Marimbo.


Guthixians and Godless just go to Limbo actually, but that was confirmed out of game.
What happens when they forget enough to actually let go then? Do they cease to exist as an independent entity in a sense, attaining Liberation/Nirvana? Rejoin the Anima Mundi? Gain an individual afterlife like Zanik does after Nomad's Elegy if you don't revive her?

How does that make sense with pre-The World Wakes Guthixians? Wouldn't their misunderstanding of Guthix's teachings lead to the creation of a seperate afterlife? Afterlives come into being based on the beliefs of groups or individuals after all, not an act of a god.

That said, any chance the Menaphite afterlife was detailed out of game in that case? I've still not been able to find any info on that, and most people who've responded were more interested in talking about the Zaros bit I added as an afterthought.


What happened to them post-Limbo was deliberately not answered. There's supposedly something though.

And no the Menaphite pantheon was not mentioned.
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I have noticed your kind does tend to blindly stumble forward towards danger simply because it exists. What is your word for that?
- We call it being a hero.

25-Mar-2017 01:07:57

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