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Why did you choose to do this rather than adding an altar to Zamorak? So why did you decide to not do this?

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asked Aug 15 in Computer Science by Dingbest (520 points)

Vanescula claims in the pursuit she wishes to return to a time when humans and vampires coexisted peacefully, under the Zarosian Empire. Would you consider Vanescula is a Zarosian, or OSRS gold is she's simply a Zamorakian who dislikes Lowerniel Drakan's policies? You give Vanescula a signficantly longer sassy/sarcastic character in OSRS compared to RS3. While I enjoyed this, I also liked Vanescula's RS3 personality. Why did you decide to create this change to her character?

However, if your intention was to deviate from RS3 for the interest of deviating from RS3, why did you not choose to go further and instead have the Myreque construct helmets which would prevent the vampires from studying the thoughts of humans? If you're familiar with Magneto's helmet in the X-Men, I'm thinking of a similar idea. Then, maybe the Myreque would be able to use traditional weapons against the vampires, using their ideas protected by some kind of silver apparel. Or perhaps their silver weapons would deal more damage and be more precise. So why did you refuse thoughts like this and rather opt to choose this blisterwood flail?

Dinosaurs being auctioned in Darkmeyer are seen by us. However, I have trouble knowing how gold coins created by a human kingdom could have some use for the vampires. They've a much greater need for blood, but the vampires do not seem to be buying blood (using gold coins) from some other people anywhere on the planet. So why did you decide that the vampires would use gold coins as money?

From the bloodstream alchemy laboratory, we see what is the blood clot in RS3. However, I did not see any confirmation that it had been the blood clot in OSRS. Can it be the bloodstream altar? If so, that sounds debatable, seeing as the blood clot on Zeah isalso, lore-wise, designed to be connected into the"real" blood altar. And Zeah is on the opposite side of Earth. So is that altar the blood altar, and why did you decide to place the blood altar here?

I had been under the belief that had a lot of trouble climbing to vampire culture. I thought that only vampires descended out of their home world. In reality, in RS3, Lowerniel Drakan suggests killing all those inferior, vampires that are converted, with pureblood vampires. But Vanstrom Klause was previously an icyene, and he was not from any vampire family that is noble. So why is he the exclusion? Was he able to attain such high standing over pureblood vampires' status?

At the ending of this pursuit was not Ivan able to move several steps that Safalaan was in range of the group teleport? Or why could the player take him to Ivan for the teleport and not select Safalaan up? Additionally, Safalaan seems to possess powers which Commander Zilyana doesn't have. Are his powers due to his heritage, or does he get his powers from a combo of icyene and Old School RuneScape Gold human legacy? Personally, while I am okay with turning Safalaan into a vampire, I truly hope you don't go the path RS3 went and make Safalaan's blood the cure for vampirism or whatever. This was an plot twist that came out of the blue. I would prefer that you simply do with Safalaan that time, some thing different.

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