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  1. Originally, Malchor was Grenth's father but it was changed to 'unnamed sculptor' later. Grenth couldn't kill Dhuum, and locked him up then joined the other Gods after he took Dhuum's power over death. Dhuum was the original God of death and was a worshipped figure by the Human beings along with the other Six (Abaddon, Lyssa, Dwayna, Balthazar, Malendru and Dhuum were the original ones).The statues were created before Grenth was born and it is possible that the statue we see of the God of Death is that of Dhuum and not Grenth.
  2. We may not know their origins. But we know their appearances thanks to Malchor. There is a difference between knowing a person, and knowing where they were born and when their birthday is. That's not a contradiction. I have provided evidence. You ignore it as false. Let me quote for you then: Edited slightly for legibility in forum formatting.https://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Orrian_History_Scrolls#Arah:_City_of_the_Gods_and_The_Tragedy_of_Malchor http://www.guildwars2guru.com/topic/14475-malchor-and-dwayna/page-2?&&do=findComment&comment=696206 This is outright PROOF that the st
  3. Konnig, until you provide evidence of their humanity from lore, there is no reason for me to deem your words to be correct as the lore is showing the opposite with Gods having no features that indicated them being human beings. And I emphasize on the poor work ANet has done once again.
  4. Wow we can't even trust official wiki about the lore of the Gods or anyone. My bad, I wasn't clear about the humanoid part; I didn't mean the shape because that is clearly humanoid. Rather I meant things like the fact that Melandru had bark-like skin, Dwayna had wings and Abaddon (since you do not want to count his wings) had tentacle-like hair, and Balthazar had his fire. My point is that these Gods had NO features that indicated them being human beings. The only thing close to being 'human' was Dwayna's boobs.Also, if Dervishes do not copy the actual appearance of the Gods, then they will a
  5. You are too kind in still giving them chances and excuses. The only reason they used the gods is to hype the xpac nothing more. It's as clear as day ANet has no clue about what they are doing with the story. Whoever is writing needs to be changed with a real writer who knows how to write a story and gives value to important lore characters instead of pushing them aside while knowing the lore of GW 1. ANet, get a clue, goodness sake.
  6. There is no truth in that article then. Please provide a link. Nothing ever said Kormir couldn't absorb all of Abaddon's power. We outright see that she does in fact. And while Kormir's eyes were eaten by The Hunger, we were never informed of why Kormir was chosen. We only have guesses. https://puu.sh/xGhsM/1c53d0fab0.pnghttps://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Abaddon Excuse me KonnigIT SAYS RIGHT THERE THAT LYSSA TOOK IT Except the statue carved by Malchor, seen repeatedly in GW2, gives him clearly human features... Without wings, I might add. And Malchor made statues of the gods' real forms. Ther
  7. lol, "not bring religion into this discussion" when the whole premise of the discussion is about gods and their worshippers. Yup, beyond reasonable. I can't possibly imagine the life you live in to think that FICTIONAL and FANTASY story-lines are comparable with real-life religions that people here follow. Not only is it offensive, but also insensitive mainly because not everyone is Christian, and would therefore question your logic behind your statement. Had I not been knowledgeable about what you just said, I would have completely misunderstood your intentions. Furthermore, religion is a se
  8. lol, "not bring religion into this discussion" when the whole premise of the discussion is about gods and their worshippers. Yup, beyond reasonable. I can't possibly imagine the life you live in to think that FICTIONAL and FANTASY story-lines are comparable with real-life religions that people here follow. Not only is it offensive, but also insensitive mainly because not everyone is Christian, and would therefore question your logic behind your statement. Had I not been knowledgeable about what you just said, I would have completely misunderstood your intentions. Furthermore, religion is a sen
  9. This line of discussion is on topic actually. Gods always take the form of the creature worshipping them. Human sees the gods as humanoid because it is easier for them to perceive a divine being by using an image that they are familiar with. If you look at the artistic depiction of the Christian God, for example, he is depicted to be humanoid even though there is no evidence of what he really looks like -- which coincides with the Tyrian human's depiction of their gods when looking their statues. Thus regardless of the gods' actual form, human sees them, or rather, the gods show themselves, t
  10. Actually Kormir was given Abaddon's powers. Well, took. She is also called goddess of secrets in post-Nightfall dialogue. Abaddon was always god's of knowledge. Before his fall he was titled god of wisdom, and after his fall he was called god of secrets. Kormir is called goddess of knowledge, truth, and secrets. Though she is referred to as truth most commonly because she is "good knowledge", both are the god of knowledge. It is never ever said not implied that Koenig chose her form. Lyssa did not take any of Abaddon's power. This isn't the first time that the gods adopted or shifted affiliat
  11. Balthazar used Lyssa's mirror to change his appearance. He did not do so from his own magical abilities. Kormir is a human being. We all know she's a human being who was raised by the Gods and she took Abaddon's place hence her appearance. Grenth is half-God hence his appearance. Abaddon possesses six eyes. That is not human. True that Balthazar used the mirror and that is the point. What if his current image is just another illusion? What if all the gods look like Abaddon, big and ugly? Kormir is the human god of order, spirit, and truth, thus she cannot deceive us by making herself to look
  12. Balthazar used Lyssa's mirror to change his appearance. He did not do so from his own magical abilities. Kormir is a human being. We all know she's a human being who was raised by the Gods and she took Abaddon's place hence her appearance. Grenth is half-God hence his appearance. Abaddon possesses six eyes. That is not human. True that Balthazar used the mirror and that is the point. What if his current image is just another illusion? What if all the gods look like Abaddon, big and ugly? Kormir is the human god of order, spirit, and truth, thus she cannot deceive us by making herself to look
  13. Yet Abaddon is said to have had wings. What you said adds to the fact that the Six Gods are not human beings (being able to create new body like its nothing). My point here is that ANet has made a horrible representation of Balthazar
  14. Balthazar used Lyssa's mirror to change his appearance. He did not do so from his own magical abilities. Kormir is a human being. We all know she's a human being who was raised by the Gods and she took Abaddon's place hence her appearance. Grenth is half-God hence his appearance. Abaddon possesses six eyes. That is not human. True that Balthazar used the mirror and that is the point. What if his current image is just another illusion? What if all the gods look like Abaddon, big and ugly? Kormir is the human god of order, spirit, and truth, thus she cannot deceive us by making herself to look
  15. Balthazar used Lyssa's mirror to change his appearance. He did not do so from his own magical abilities. Kormir is a human being. We all know she's a human being who was raised by the Gods and she took Abaddon's place hence her appearance. Grenth is half-God hence his appearance. Abaddon possesses six eyes. That is not human.
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