History NightmareFuel / RuneScape

17th Jan '17 3:03:45 AM Trying2CIt
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* The Broken Home quest. It's an adventure through a haunted house, and during your quest, you can find various servants dead, tortured, or horribly damaged (one even ''lost her damn face''). Not to mention the purple energy filling some of the rooms and the constant threat of the ghost of Ormod, the previous owner of the mansion. And the ambiance in some of the rooms is just so unsettling that it makes you want to get out of this living hellhole as soon as you can. [[spoiler: Oh, and have I mentioned the Lovecraftian creature that swallows the servants, the ghost of Lenian (Ormod's son), and possibly ''you'' if you're too slow or confused as to where to go?]]

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* The Broken Home quest. It's an adventure through a haunted house, and during your quest, you can find various servants dead, tortured, or horribly damaged (one even ''lost her damn face''). Not to mention the purple energy filling some of the rooms and the constant threat of the ghost of Ormod, the previous owner of the mansion. And the ambiance in some of the rooms is just so unsettling that it makes you want to get out of this living hellhole as soon as you can. [[spoiler: Oh, and have I mentioned the demonic Lovecraftian creature that swallows the servants, the ghost of Lenian (Ormod's son), and possibly ''you'' if you're too slow or confused as to where to go?]]go? It says a lot when the only ones who remain alive at the end are you, the demon (who thankfully becomes sane and helps you to solve the ghost problem at the end), and the maid who asked that you investigate the mansion.]]
17th Jan '17 3:00:42 AM Trying2CIt
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* Senntisten, the ancient Zarosian city where [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]], vampyres, demons, and humans all lived together under Zaros's rule in harmony ([[IAmAHumanitarian for the most part, anyway]]). After Zamorak's betrayal and Zaros's disappearance, Sentisten was put under siege and eventually razed by the combined might of Saradomin's and Zamorak's armies, unfortunately for pretty much everyone else in the area, it turns out a few of it's inhabitants weren't killed, so much as they were [[spoiler:''BuriedAlive'']].[[spoiler:This, in turn, has led to Senntisten and it's surrounding area becoming a hotbed for horrifying events long after it's destruction, from children being warped into [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] themselves, to an insane EldritchAbomination escaping an [[BedlamHouse ancient asylum]] and devouring the souls and staff of the mansion built above it. WordOfGod confirms that there are more buried beneath the surface than what we've seen, and that the Dig Site staff [[DugTooDeep "are dicing with death every day"]].]]

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* Senntisten, the ancient Zarosian city where [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]], vampyres, demons, and humans all lived together under Zaros's rule in harmony ([[IAmAHumanitarian for the most part, anyway]]). After Zamorak's betrayal and Zaros's disappearance, Sentisten was put under siege and eventually razed by the combined might of Saradomin's and Zamorak's armies, unfortunately for pretty much everyone else in the area, it turns out a few of it's inhabitants weren't killed, so much as they were [[spoiler:''BuriedAlive'']].[[spoiler:This, in turn, has led to Senntisten and it's its surrounding area becoming a hotbed for horrifying events long after it's its destruction, from children being warped into [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] themselves, to an insane EldritchAbomination escaping an [[BedlamHouse ancient asylum]] and devouring the souls and staff of the mansion built above it. WordOfGod confirms that there are is more buried beneath the surface than what we've seen, and that the Dig Site staff [[DugTooDeep "are dicing with death every day"]].]]]]
* The Broken Home quest. It's an adventure through a haunted house, and during your quest, you can find various servants dead, tortured, or horribly damaged (one even ''lost her damn face''). Not to mention the purple energy filling some of the rooms and the constant threat of the ghost of Ormod, the previous owner of the mansion. And the ambiance in some of the rooms is just so unsettling that it makes you want to get out of this living hellhole as soon as you can. [[spoiler: Oh, and have I mentioned the Lovecraftian creature that swallows the servants, the ghost of Lenian (Ormod's son), and possibly ''you'' if you're too slow or confused as to where to go?]]



* How do you top all of the above entries? Sliske's Endgame. [[spoiler:Aside from the examine text for her, it is heavily implied that Jas is Sliske's master from the scene in Kindred Spirits, acting as the Elder God's agent on Gielinor. The magnitude of her powers becomes heavily apparant in hindsight when she singlehandedly renders all of the gods mortal during the final contest, including Zaros and Seren, as well as teleport the previously immune-to-God-Magic World Guardian to her. And to top it off, she issues a challenge to the Guardian: show her life is worth keeping, or she unmakes the universe. And with the Stone of Jas destroyed, there isn't a power capable of stopping her.]]

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* How do you top all of the above entries? Sliske's Endgame. [[spoiler:Aside from the examine text for her, it is heavily implied that Jas is Sliske's master mistress from the scene in Kindred Spirits, acting as the Elder God's agent on Gielinor. The magnitude of her powers becomes heavily apparant in hindsight when she singlehandedly renders all of the gods mortal during the final contest, including Zaros and Seren, as well as teleport the previously immune-to-God-Magic World Guardian to her. And to top it off, she issues a challenge to the Guardian: show her life is worth keeping, or she unmakes the universe. And with the Stone of Jas destroyed, there isn't a power capable of stopping her.]]
24th Dec '16 4:03:54 AM Morbuss
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* ''Kindred Spirits'' is filled with moments that would be horrific to experience in real life, [[spoiler:Dharok getting attacked my 'crusaders' of Saradomin, and he kills them all because he was a bully in life, but to end it he needs to let them kill him; Ahrim wandering a maze and having to decide whether he gets hurt or someone else instead, all because he murdered someone who rebuffed his advances in favor of his brother Guthan; Verac having a key stuck in his abdomen, which you need to wrench out to free him, all representing him being torn between two gods; and Guthan is revealed to have betrayed them all by signing them up to Sliske's plan after murdering another soldier, with him being stuck in a ball which could crush either his brothers or the soldier.]] Sliske reveals that the entire quest was a trap for the World Guardian, so he can finally turn him into a wight. He tries to steal their soul, being able to look through their memories and point out their dark secrets. Then it ramps up when Sliske discovers [[spoiler:the World Guardian knows of his true plans.]] He [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness completely loses his composure]], [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown beats them to within an inch of their life with his bare hands]] and would have killed them immediately had it not been for the protection of [[spoiler:the brothers]].

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* ''Kindred Spirits'' is filled with moments that would be horrific to experience in real life, [[spoiler:Dharok getting attacked my 'crusaders' of Saradomin, and he kills them all because he was a bully in life, but to end it he needs to let them kill him; Ahrim wandering a maze and having to decide whether he gets hurt or someone else instead, all because he murdered someone who rebuffed his advances in favor of his brother Guthan; Verac having a key stuck in his abdomen, which you need to wrench out to free him, all representing him being torn between two gods; and Guthan is revealed to have betrayed them all by signing them up to Sliske's plan after murdering another soldier, with him being stuck in a ball which could crush either his brothers or the soldier.]] Sliske reveals that the entire quest was a trap for the World Guardian, so he can finally turn him into a wight. He tries to steal their soul, being able to look through their memories and point out their dark secrets. Then it ramps up when Sliske discovers [[spoiler:the World Guardian knows of his true plans.]] He [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness completely loses his composure]], [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown beats them to within an inch of their life with his bare hands]] and would have killed them immediately had it not been for the protection of [[spoiler:the brothers]].brothers]].
* How do you top all of the above entries? Sliske's Endgame. [[spoiler:Aside from the examine text for her, it is heavily implied that Jas is Sliske's master from the scene in Kindred Spirits, acting as the Elder God's agent on Gielinor. The magnitude of her powers becomes heavily apparant in hindsight when she singlehandedly renders all of the gods mortal during the final contest, including Zaros and Seren, as well as teleport the previously immune-to-God-Magic World Guardian to her. And to top it off, she issues a challenge to the Guardian: show her life is worth keeping, or she unmakes the universe. And with the Stone of Jas destroyed, there isn't a power capable of stopping her.]]
19th Dec '16 9:47:54 PM legendaryweredragon
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* Senntisten, the ancient Zarosian city where [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]], vampyres, demons, and humans all lived together under Zaros's rule in harmony ([[IAmAHumanitarian for the most part, anyway]]). After Zamorak's betrayal and Zaros's disappearance, Sentisten was put under siege and eventually razed by the combined might of Saradomin's and Zamorak's armies, unfortunately for pretty much everyone else in the area, it turns out a few of it's inhabitants weren't killed, so much as they were [[spoiler:''BuriedAlive'']].[[spoiler:This, in turn, has led to Senntisten and it's surrounding area becoming a hotbed for horrifying events long after it's destruction, from children being warped into [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] themselves, to incorporeal entities [[MindRape Mind Raping]] the elderly into gathering the remains of various creatures to form a body for them, to an insane EldritchAbomination escaping an [[BedlamHouse ancient asylum]] and devouring the souls and staff of the mansion built above it. WordOfGod confirms that there are more buried beneath the surface than what we've seen, and that the Dig Site staff [[DugTooDeep "are dicing with death every day"]].]]

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* Senntisten, the ancient Zarosian city where [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]], vampyres, demons, and humans all lived together under Zaros's rule in harmony ([[IAmAHumanitarian for the most part, anyway]]). After Zamorak's betrayal and Zaros's disappearance, Sentisten was put under siege and eventually razed by the combined might of Saradomin's and Zamorak's armies, unfortunately for pretty much everyone else in the area, it turns out a few of it's inhabitants weren't killed, so much as they were [[spoiler:''BuriedAlive'']].[[spoiler:This, in turn, has led to Senntisten and it's surrounding area becoming a hotbed for horrifying events long after it's destruction, from children being warped into [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] themselves, to incorporeal entities [[MindRape Mind Raping]] the elderly into gathering the remains of various creatures to form a body for them, to an insane EldritchAbomination escaping an [[BedlamHouse ancient asylum]] and devouring the souls and staff of the mansion built above it. WordOfGod confirms that there are more buried beneath the surface than what we've seen, and that the Dig Site staff [[DugTooDeep "are dicing with death every day"]].]]
22nd Nov '16 9:56:15 AM Cakeman
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* The Tourist Trap quest, in which humans are captured by bandits and are being forced to work in a mine. Fortunately, you manage to rescue Ana from this fate.



*** At the very end of the series, you find out what was talking to you. It was [[spoiler:an aspect of a goddess known for being ''benevolent''.]]

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*** At the very end of the series, you find out what was talking to you. It wasn't Iban after all. It was [[spoiler:an aspect of a goddess known for being ''benevolent''.]]
24th Jul '16 12:13:00 PM Cakeman
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* In the followup quest, Lord Of Vampyrium, Lord Drakan decides to stop sitting on his throne and hunt down the Myreque himself. And it does NOT bode well for them, with him bringing his Venators to join the hunt, one of which kills Kael and drinks his blood.
24th May '16 7:23:40 AM Morbuss
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* "Nomad's Elegy" concludes with a boss fight which pits the PlayerCharacter, aided by Death, Icthlarin and Xenia, against Nomad and a godly construct that Nomad named "Gielinor": a horrifically twisted parody of Guthix's appearance, [[HumanResources built by innumerable souls in the form of human bodies]] that appear to be [[AndIMustScream half-assimilated and in a constant state of agony]]. You do get to destroy it, thankfully, and Death and Icthlarin release many of the trapped souls to their rightful place in the afterlife, but for the entirety of its brief existence it puts [[{{Franchise/Halo}} the Gravemind]] to shame.

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* "Nomad's Elegy" concludes with a boss fight which pits the PlayerCharacter, aided by Death, Icthlarin and Xenia, against Nomad and a godly construct that Nomad named "Gielinor": a horrifically twisted parody of Guthix's appearance, [[HumanResources built by innumerable souls in the form of human bodies]] that appear to be [[AndIMustScream half-assimilated and in a constant state of agony]]. You do get to destroy it, thankfully, and Death and Icthlarin release many of the trapped souls to their rightful place in the afterlife, but for the entirety of its brief existence it puts [[{{Franchise/Halo}} the Gravemind]] to shame.shame.
* ''Kindred Spirits'' is filled with moments that would be horrific to experience in real life, [[spoiler:Dharok getting attacked my 'crusaders' of Saradomin, and he kills them all because he was a bully in life, but to end it he needs to let them kill him; Ahrim wandering a maze and having to decide whether he gets hurt or someone else instead, all because he murdered someone who rebuffed his advances in favor of his brother Guthan; Verac having a key stuck in his abdomen, which you need to wrench out to free him, all representing him being torn between two gods; and Guthan is revealed to have betrayed them all by signing them up to Sliske's plan after murdering another soldier, with him being stuck in a ball which could crush either his brothers or the soldier.]] Sliske reveals that the entire quest was a trap for the World Guardian, so he can finally turn him into a wight. He tries to steal their soul, being able to look through their memories and point out their dark secrets. Then it ramps up when Sliske discovers [[spoiler:the World Guardian knows of his true plans.]] He [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness completely loses his composure]], [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown beats them to within an inch of their life with his bare hands]] and would have killed them immediately had it not been for the protection of [[spoiler:the brothers]].
12th May '16 7:53:44 AM thenameisbean
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** After the quest, he turns up in the Empyrean Citadel, and seems to be back to his usual self...except for his final line.
--> '''Sliske:''' Hahaha! Your face! I'm not trying to 'collect' you anymore, silly. You're already mine! My gift allows you to see into the Shadow Realm without need of that scrawny ring. [[OhCrap Next time, I want you to see me coming...]]
12th May '16 7:52:19 AM thenameisbean
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** Speaking of Sliske, he's normally very goofy and lighthearted, even when he's talking about serious things. Then, in ''Fate of the Gods'', after he is excommunicated by Zaros, he drops his usual demeanor to deliver a chilling threat to the player character.
--> '''Sliske:''' 'As you command... my lord.' But don't think this is over, World Guardian. I'm just getting started with you. Where I'm concerned, Zaros's protection of you no longer applies.
--> '''Player:''' Protection? What protection?
--> '''Sliske:''' Between you and me, all bets are off. Be seeing you.
19th Feb '16 4:19:29 PM Yuihime
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* The diary of the current owner of the lighthouse in Fremennik Region. It mentions noises from beneath the lighthouse, hearing the waterlogged voice of the previous owner in his dreams, and then he goes to investigate the basement, which is the source of the sounds. There's a reason why the journal ends there. Sweet dreams, dear reader.
** [[spoiler:On the upside, you do end up successfully rescuing the person in question, who is simply trapped.]]

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** Tolna was trapped underground, [[GoMadFromTheIsolation isolated and going insane]], for twenty years. Until he morphed into that ... [[HumanoidAbomination thing]], and transformed the entire cave system into a warped manifestation of his madness. ''He was a child.''
* The diary of the current owner of the lighthouse in Fremennik Region. It mentions noises from beneath the lighthouse, hearing the waterlogged voice of the previous owner in his dreams, and then he goes to investigate the basement, which is the source of the sounds. There's a reason why the journal ends there. Sweet dreams, dear reader.
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reader. [[spoiler:On the upside, you do end up successfully rescuing the person in question, who is simply trapped.]]



* The faces of Mother Mallum and Lord Drakan the Vampyre. Apparently, they're [[NightmareFace too hideous for portrait boxes]], so they've [[NothingIsScarier never been directly seen]] ... and hopefully they won't.
** Mother Mallum isn't. Lord Drakan, unfortunately, is. Large amounts of carnage ensue, and nobody is safe.

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* The faces of Mother Mallum the Slug Queen and Lord Drakan the Vampyre. Apparently, they're [[NightmareFace too hideous for portrait boxes]], so they've [[NothingIsScarier never been directly seen]] ... and hopefully they won't.
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won't. [[spoiler: Mother Mallum isn't. Lord Drakan, unfortunately, is. Large amounts of carnage ensue, and nobody [[AnybodyCanDie no one is safe.safe]].]]



* Most of the middle of The Branches of Darkmeyer is this, along with large doses of TearJerker. To elaborate, you'll essentially be forced to do [[MoralEventHorizon Zamorak's bidding]] as you:
** Mock and torture an imprisoned widow, whom you can free after the quest. Did we forget to mention ''you'' killed her husband?
*** It's made even worse if you torture her too much, because after the quest, you can't free her. She just says that it'll all be over soon.

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* Most of the middle of The Branches of Darkmeyer is this, along with large doses of TearJerker. To elaborate, gain the vampyres' trust, you'll essentially be forced to do [[MoralEventHorizon Zamorak's bidding]] as you:
** Mock and torture an imprisoned widow, whom you can free after the quest. widow. Did we forget to mention ''you'' killed her husband?
*** It's made even worse if
husband? You do have the option of freeing her later... unless you torture tortured her too much, because after so much she becomes suicidal, and decides she'd rather wait for the quest, you can't free her. She just says that it'll all be over soon.end to come.



* Tolna was locked up underground for twenty years. Until he morphed into that ... [[HumanoidAbomination thing]].
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