I don't think there's a definite answer to this, but if you talk to Icthlarin in the Underworld after completing the Sliske's Endgame quest he will explain that Tumeken and Elidinis could not have a family, instead creating Icthlarin and Amascut by granting divine power to their pet dog and cat.
- Last edited on 02-Jan-2019 21:02:31 by DrauDaedolon
I believe they could if they choose to do that act. What may be a good question is if they do the act with a mortal or a god how the child will be brought up - will it have the powers, partial powers, will the child be regarded as a god or a mortal, will the child be hidden in the mortal world or brought up as a god <- many questions.
This may happen in the future with a storyline to follow, Moneybucks has stated (post 2) Saradomin already has a daughter, so who knows what the future of RS hold when it comes to offsprings of Gods.
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- Last edited on 03-Jan-2019 01:15:05 by Dong U Dead
Draco Burnzsaid: Moneybuckssaid: Saradomin has a daughter. As per RS lore, most of the young gods are mortals that ascended to Godhood through affiliation/exposure to elder artefacts. So, yes.
I thought that was Zamorak?
The only gods to be 'born' as gods (created really) are Zaros and Seren, all other gods were first mortal and ascended to godhood later, usually by using Elder Artifacts (Bandos didn't use an Elder Artifact Inbelieve, but I'm not sure) and/or killing other gods.The RS Wiki needs a hand, and Bwian's will gladly take the rest of your body!
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