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AesirWarrior

AesirWarrior

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The timeline is a bit weird. The book's dated 4th age, year 1867, yet almost every event Grondaban witnesses has to take place in the 5th age. Nadir is set in 168 and is before Bilrach captured the Chelon-Mah, and the strange power itself (The Chelon-Mah's death) was in 169. The Fremennik also didn't arrive until after the strange power.

There were some fantheories for a while that the Daemonheim rift warps time, which could explain the odd dates I suppose, but I doubt that's the case.
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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.

09-Jan-2018 16:07:23

AesirWarrior

AesirWarrior

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Time travel is one thing, continually affecting the passage of time in an area is another. For that reason I'd still place it far into the "theory" corner. It's definitely possible, but I personally wouldn't assume that the rift constantly affects Daemonheim like that. Not without further evidence. The implications for Dishonour Among Thieves and Zamorak alone are huge. -
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.

09-Jan-2018 17:11:10 - Last edited on 09-Jan-2018 17:11:37 by AesirWarrior

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