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Post by Admin on Wed Jul 14, 2010 5:11 am

I absolutely love this, MN. It has a lot of "badass legend" tones in it, which is great in my opinion. I think an important thing to note here is that the golden age of magic was such a time in which people were well trained enough and knowledgeable enough to actually 'risk' cleaning and other mundane spells, which is quite something if you think about it.

As I discussed with you in the chat, some of this can really apply to Jericho/Acria's plotline (Which I intend to have as a canon plotline for a super-baddie). I'll try and remind myself to write something up about that.

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Post by Spuggy on Thu Jul 15, 2010 2:34 am

I like it, although the question for myself is seeing how everything will work around this. One question I do have right now, however. How was the power in the scythe undiscovered after so much time, virtually unheard of, when it could grant Nomen the power to fight even gods?
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Post by MidgetNinja on Thu Jul 15, 2010 2:55 am

Well it was hidden in a particularly nasty slice of earth, or probably more accurately it was planted in the earth, and then made it particularly nasty.

Of course it was there before humanity knew how to use magic, or even walked the earth for that matter. I assume no one learned of it...because they were afraid of it...

Which was probably compounded when they decided to turn the area around the scythes to a dark wizard graveyard.

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Post by Spuggy on Thu Jul 15, 2010 3:12 am

Would be interesting if you could flesh out whatever dark force caused this all a little more. The shadow in the top-hat for example -- perhaps how he was augmented by the imaginations of various dead sorcerers or something like that.
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Post by Admin on Thu Jul 15, 2010 3:24 am

Another theory could be that the scythe rested on the grounds beneath which the Death God that made it is buried. Ages of malice and hatred seething to the surface, eventually calling out to followers to bring the scythe, where it rested until the Death God could really invade Nomen's mind.
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Post by MidgetNinja on Thu Jul 15, 2010 3:27 am

That is an interesting theory...

The guy in the hat...is actually a foreshadowing of something else I'm working on.

I was actually thinking about fleshing out something about The Battle of the Downfall. I was actually was gonna see if you were interested in writing something up about it Jake...seemed to be up your alley I think.

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