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This thread will contain spoilers so only read if you have finished up to episode 6 of season 4

I believe that Aurene did not die because of the episode long live the Lich where she absorbed Palawa Joko. Palawa Joko during this episode made use of Mesmer magic which Aurene would have absorbed along with the ability to traverse the mists as he was known to do.

The reason the death was convincing was because she had to make it appear that way. It’s an illusion like the ones we’ve had to use within the story. I wouldn’t be surprised if we really do see a “branded Aurene” next episode as a boss fight and when we kill it it shatters.War eternal could also be referring to the fissure of woe a place in the mists once ruled by Balthazar. It would make sense that Kralkatorrik to retreat there after the fight it just had to rebuild its power. I think that Kralkatorrik will try bringing part of the area to the real land of Tyria as demonstrated in episode 4.If this happens then Aurene would likely let it happen as she can also have control over the realm itself due to her proximity from Balthazar in the finale of path of fire.Palawa Jokos greatest trick was letting the world think that he was dead.

Mesmer can manipulate energy to make it seem like another

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I understood as well that aurene consummed joko's magic. That's why we saw lights and blue ribons around joko's corpse, plus making aurene sick at the end of e4.

For me, 2 scenarios:1~aurene has joko's power/soul, got killed and corrupted kralk making it sick too. (So aurene soul or joko's one fighting against kralk?)2~aurene can perform illusions, and trapped all of us. Joko isn't dead? Dum dum duuum

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@hugo.4705 said:I understood as well that aurene consummed joko's magic. That's why we saw lights and blue ribons around joko's corpse, plus making aurene sick at the end of e4.

For me, 2 scenarios:1~aurene has joko's power/soul, got killed and corrupted kralk making it sick too. (So aurene soul or joko's one fighting against kralk?)2~aurene can perform illusions, and trapped all of us. Joko isn't dead? Dum dum duuum

Those lights could have been anything. Even if they were magic, that doesn’t mean she has his power. Being sick doesn’t mean she did either. There has been nothing that has indicated that she possesses his power. All that we have seen are player-driven assumptions.

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Her being sick was probably just meant to be yet another, “oh no” our baby Aurene is in danger again” cliffhanger like they did with seemingly every other story chapter or episode. But I guess now that they’ve decided to potentially write her out of the picture I wonder how they’re going to provoke that same emotional response.

It could mean more, but it seems more and more likely that moments like these aren’t really meant to be foreshadowing and are more likely to just be quick semi-gimmicky tools to obtain emotional response for the lifespan of that episode and that scene.

At this point I wouldn’t be surprised if the Skyscale is some hidden dragon race and Aurenes entire plot will just be a method of abstractly delivering us to discovering this race. Badda-bing, stay tuned for next episode when we kill off another character.

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@Ayrilana.1396 said:

@dodgerrule.8739 said:She ate Joko consuming his magic

She ate Joko. I don’t recall anything indicating that meant that she obtained his magic as well or whatever it was that allowed him to keep coming back.

She eats/absorbs magic. That had already been clearly established. I highly doubt a creature that grows by consuming magic would have just let his waft away.

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@Mewcifer.5198 said:

@dodgerrule.8739 said:She ate Joko consuming his magic

She ate Joko. I don’t recall anything indicating that meant that she obtained his magic as well or whatever it was that allowed him to keep coming back.

She eats/absorbs magic. That had already been clearly established. I highly doubt a creature that grows by consuming magic would have just let his waft away.

But that doesn’t mean that she absorbed the magic from Joko. That’s assuming Joko had magic. Also, does she eat magic or just absorb magic?

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@Ayrilana.1396 said:

@dodgerrule.8739 said:She ate Joko consuming his magic

She ate Joko. I don’t recall anything indicating that meant that she obtained his magic as well or whatever it was that allowed him to keep coming back.

Aurene is Kralkatorriks granddaughter and has the same abilities as the elder dragons. It's established during the personal story that elder dragons eat magic - that's why they're drawn to places with high magical energy (like Orr and the depths of the Maguuma) and why their minions collect magical artifacts and other sources of magic for them. This is also why they're such a threat, because in Tyria magic is like energy in real life; without it nothing can exist - living things will die, non-living things will be destroyed. If the magic is loose then the dragons can absorb it directly, much like player characters collecting unbound or volatile magic. If it's contained in something the simplest way for them to absorb it is to eat that thing (again like energy in real life).

So it wasn't addressed during that storyline, but it had already been established as fact in the Guild Wars universe. Joko was a lich, so one of his magical abilities is to come back from the dead. When Aurene ate him she absorbed all his magic and that will have included that ability.

Of course we don't know yet if she will be able to use it. We don't really know how Liches in Tyria 'work', except that in GW1 killing one on top of a bloodstone stopped it coming back. There might be something she had to do to activate the magic (like a spell with a cast time), or it might bring her back changed (undead Aurene?). Or, like when Kralkatorrik absorbed Zhaitan's magic and created the death-branded shatterer the magic might have changed when she absorbed it and now it does something different.

But it seems likely eating Joko will have some effect, which will tie into the next storyline.

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@dodgerrule.8739 said:She ate Joko consuming his magic

She ate Joko. I don’t recall anything indicating that meant that she obtained his magic as well or whatever it was that allowed him to keep coming back.

Aurene is Kralkatorriks granddaughter and has the same abilities as the elder dragons. It's established during the personal story that elder dragons eat magic - that's why they're drawn to places with high magical energy (like Orr and the depths of the Maguuma) and why their minions collect magical artifacts and other sources of magic for them. This is also why they're such a threat, because in Tyria magic is like energy in real life; without it nothing can exist - living things will die, non-living things will be destroyed. If the magic is loose then the dragons can absorb it directly, much like player characters collecting unbound or volatile magic. If it's contained in something the simplest way for them to absorb it is to eat that thing (again like energy in real life).

So it wasn't addressed during that storyline, but it had already been established as fact in the Guild Wars universe. Joko was a lich, so one of his magical abilities is to come back from the dead. When Aurene ate him she absorbed all his magic and that will have included that ability.

Of course we don't know yet if she will be able to use it. We don't really know how Liches in Tyria 'work', except that in GW1 killing one on top of a bloodstone stopped it coming back. There might be something she had to do to activate the magic (like a spell with a cast time), or it might bring her back changed (undead Aurene?). Or, like when Kralkatorrik absorbed Zhaitan's magic and created the death-branded shatterer the magic might have changed when she absorbed it and now it does something different.

But it seems likely eating Joko will have some effect, which will tie into the next storyline.

Again. There's no indication that she absorbed Joko's magic nor have the ability to use it. That is all assuming Joko had magic.

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@Ayrilana.1396 said:

@"dodgerrule.8739" said:She ate Joko consuming his magic

She ate Joko. I don’t recall anything indicating that meant that she obtained his magic as well or whatever it was that allowed him to keep coming back.

Aurene is Kralkatorriks granddaughter and has the same abilities as the elder dragons. It's established during the personal story that elder dragons eat magic - that's why they're drawn to places with high magical energy (like Orr and the depths of the Maguuma) and why their minions collect magical artifacts and other sources of magic for them. This is also why they're such a threat, because in Tyria magic is like energy in real life; without it nothing can exist - living things will die, non-living things will be destroyed. If the magic is loose then the dragons can absorb it directly, much like player characters collecting unbound or volatile magic. If it's contained in something the simplest way for them to absorb it is to eat that thing (again like energy in real life).

So it wasn't addressed during that storyline, but it had already been established as fact in the Guild Wars universe. Joko was a lich, so one of his magical abilities is to come back from the dead. When Aurene ate him she absorbed all his magic and that will have included that ability.

Of course we don't know yet if she will be able to use it. We don't really know how Liches in Tyria 'work', except that in GW1 killing one on top of a bloodstone stopped it coming back. There might be something she had to do to activate the magic (like a spell with a cast time), or it might bring her back changed (undead Aurene?). Or, like when Kralkatorrik absorbed Zhaitan's magic and created the death-branded shatterer the magic might have changed when she absorbed it and now it does something different.

But it seems likely eating Joko will have some effect, which will tie into the next storyline.

Again. There's no indication that she absorbed Joko's magic nor have the ability to use it. That is all assuming Joko had magic.

Almost all beings in GW universe have magic, some more some less and I bet Joko was one of the individuals who possess more.(Source: https://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Magic

"All living beings have a natural ability to access and use magic, and it is extremely rare that someone is born without it—current theories suggest that this typically happens more often when the world is at a lower level of magic." )

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@Susy.7529 said:

@"dodgerrule.8739" said:She ate Joko consuming his magic

She ate Joko. I don’t recall anything indicating that meant that she obtained his magic as well or whatever it was that allowed him to keep coming back.

Aurene is Kralkatorriks granddaughter and has the same abilities as the elder dragons. It's established during the personal story that elder dragons eat magic - that's why they're drawn to places with high magical energy (like Orr and the depths of the Maguuma) and why their minions collect magical artifacts and other sources of magic for them. This is also why they're such a threat, because in Tyria magic is like energy in real life; without it nothing can exist - living things will die, non-living things will be destroyed. If the magic is loose then the dragons can absorb it directly, much like player characters collecting unbound or volatile magic. If it's contained in something the simplest way for them to absorb it is to eat that thing (again like energy in real life).

So it wasn't addressed during that storyline, but it had already been established as fact in the Guild Wars universe. Joko was a lich, so one of his magical abilities is to come back from the dead. When Aurene ate him she absorbed all his magic and that will have included that ability.

Of course we don't know yet if she will be able to use it. We don't really know how Liches in Tyria 'work', except that in GW1 killing one on top of a bloodstone stopped it coming back. There might be something she had to do to activate the magic (like a spell with a cast time), or it might bring her back changed (undead Aurene?). Or, like when Kralkatorrik absorbed Zhaitan's magic and created the death-branded shatterer the magic might have changed when she absorbed it and now it does something different.

But it seems likely eating Joko will have some effect, which will tie into the next storyline.

Again. There's no indication that she absorbed Joko's magic nor have the ability to use it. That is all assuming Joko had magic.

Almost all beings in GW universe have magic, some more some less and I bet Joko was one of the individuals who possess more.(Source:

"All living beings have a natural ability to access and use magic, and it is extremely rare that someone is born without it—current theories suggest that this typically happens more often when the world is at a lower level of magic." )

Just because she ate something, does not mean that she absorbed its magic. And yet again, there is no evidence that Joko had magic which caused him to be ""immortal".

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@Ayrilana.1396 said:

@"dodgerrule.8739" said:She ate Joko consuming his magic

She ate Joko. I don’t recall anything indicating that meant that she obtained his magic as well or whatever it was that allowed him to keep coming back.

Aurene is Kralkatorriks granddaughter and has the same abilities as the elder dragons. It's established during the personal story that elder dragons eat magic - that's why they're drawn to places with high magical energy (like Orr and the depths of the Maguuma) and why their minions collect magical artifacts and other sources of magic for them. This is also why they're such a threat, because in Tyria magic is like energy in real life; without it nothing can exist - living things will die, non-living things will be destroyed. If the magic is loose then the dragons can absorb it directly, much like player characters collecting unbound or volatile magic. If it's contained in something the simplest way for them to absorb it is to eat that thing (again like energy in real life).

So it wasn't addressed during that storyline, but it had already been established as fact in the Guild Wars universe. Joko was a lich, so one of his magical abilities is to come back from the dead. When Aurene ate him she absorbed all his magic and that will have included that ability.

Of course we don't know yet if she will be able to use it. We don't really know how Liches in Tyria 'work', except that in GW1 killing one on top of a bloodstone stopped it coming back. There might be something she had to do to activate the magic (like a spell with a cast time), or it might bring her back changed (undead Aurene?). Or, like when Kralkatorrik absorbed Zhaitan's magic and created the death-branded shatterer the magic might have changed when she absorbed it and now it does something different.

But it seems likely eating Joko will have some effect, which will tie into the next storyline.

Again. There's no indication that she absorbed Joko's magic nor have the ability to use it. That is all assuming Joko had magic.

Almost all beings in GW universe have magic, some more some less and I bet Joko was one of the individuals who possess more.(Source:

"All living beings have a natural ability to access and use magic, and it is extremely rare that someone is born without it—current theories suggest that this typically happens more often when the world is at a lower level of magic." )

Just because she ate something, does not mean that she absorbed its magic.
And yet again, there is no evidence that Joko had magic
.

You don't need evidence, all beings have magic, that speaks for itself.Dragons eat magic and use its properties afterwards (Mordremoth using Zhaitan's magic, etc), Aurene not having showed it yet doesn't mean she won't be able to use that power in extreme cases, after all even powerful Elder Dragons weren't able to use absorbed magic right after consuming it. Ofc that's just an idea but it's plausible.

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@Zaraki.5784 said:

@"dodgerrule.8739" said:She ate Joko consuming his magic

She ate Joko. I don’t recall anything indicating that meant that she obtained his magic as well or whatever it was that allowed him to keep coming back.

Aurene is Kralkatorriks granddaughter and has the same abilities as the elder dragons. It's established during the personal story that elder dragons eat magic - that's why they're drawn to places with high magical energy (like Orr and the depths of the Maguuma) and why their minions collect magical artifacts and other sources of magic for them. This is also why they're such a threat, because in Tyria magic is like energy in real life; without it nothing can exist - living things will die, non-living things will be destroyed. If the magic is loose then the dragons can absorb it directly, much like player characters collecting unbound or volatile magic. If it's contained in something the simplest way for them to absorb it is to eat that thing (again like energy in real life).

So it wasn't addressed during that storyline, but it had already been established as fact in the Guild Wars universe. Joko was a lich, so one of his magical abilities is to come back from the dead. When Aurene ate him she absorbed all his magic and that will have included that ability.

Of course we don't know yet if she will be able to use it. We don't really know how Liches in Tyria 'work', except that in GW1 killing one on top of a bloodstone stopped it coming back. There might be something she had to do to activate the magic (like a spell with a cast time), or it might bring her back changed (undead Aurene?). Or, like when Kralkatorrik absorbed Zhaitan's magic and created the death-branded shatterer the magic might have changed when she absorbed it and now it does something different.

But it seems likely eating Joko will have some effect, which will tie into the next storyline.

Again. There's no indication that she absorbed Joko's magic nor have the ability to use it. That is all assuming Joko had magic.

Almost all beings in GW universe have magic, some more some less and I bet Joko was one of the individuals who possess more.(Source:

"All living beings have a natural ability to access and use magic, and it is extremely rare that someone is born without it—current theories suggest that this typically happens more often when the world is at a lower level of magic." )

Just because she ate something, does not mean that she absorbed its magic.
And yet again, there is no evidence that Joko had magic
.

You don't need evidence, all beings have magic, that speaks for itself.Dragons eat magic and use its properties afterwards (Mordremoth using Zhaitan's magic, etc), Aurene not having showed it yet doesn't mean she won't be able to use that power in extreme cases, after all even powerful Elder Dragons weren't able to use absorbed magic right after consuming it. Ofc that's just an idea but it's plausible.

And nothing indicates that Joko obtained his "immortality" from said magic and that this would be something Aurene would absorb from eating him.

The only other Lich that we know of is the Vizier and he didn't obtain his powers through some innate magic.

https://wiki.guildwars.com/wiki/Vizier_Khilbron

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@Ayrilana.1396 said:

@"dodgerrule.8739" said:She ate Joko consuming his magic

She ate Joko. I don’t recall anything indicating that meant that she obtained his magic as well or whatever it was that allowed him to keep coming back.

Aurene is Kralkatorriks granddaughter and has the same abilities as the elder dragons. It's established during the personal story that elder dragons eat magic - that's why they're drawn to places with high magical energy (like Orr and the depths of the Maguuma) and why their minions collect magical artifacts and other sources of magic for them. This is also why they're such a threat, because in Tyria magic is like energy in real life; without it nothing can exist - living things will die, non-living things will be destroyed. If the magic is loose then the dragons can absorb it directly, much like player characters collecting unbound or volatile magic. If it's contained in something the simplest way for them to absorb it is to eat that thing (again like energy in real life).

So it wasn't addressed during that storyline, but it had already been established as fact in the Guild Wars universe. Joko was a lich, so one of his magical abilities is to come back from the dead. When Aurene ate him she absorbed all his magic and that will have included that ability.

Of course we don't know yet if she will be able to use it. We don't really know how Liches in Tyria 'work', except that in GW1 killing one on top of a bloodstone stopped it coming back. There might be something she had to do to activate the magic (like a spell with a cast time), or it might bring her back changed (undead Aurene?). Or, like when Kralkatorrik absorbed Zhaitan's magic and created the death-branded shatterer the magic might have changed when she absorbed it and now it does something different.

But it seems likely eating Joko will have some effect, which will tie into the next storyline.

Again. There's no indication that she absorbed Joko's magic nor have the ability to use it. That is all assuming Joko had magic.

Almost all beings in GW universe have magic, some more some less and I bet Joko was one of the individuals who possess more.(Source:

"All living beings have a natural ability to access and use magic, and it is extremely rare that someone is born without it—current theories suggest that this typically happens more often when the world is at a lower level of magic." )

Just because she ate something, does not mean that she absorbed its magic.
And yet again, there is no evidence that Joko had magic
.

You don't need evidence, all beings have magic, that speaks for itself.Dragons eat magic and use its properties afterwards (Mordremoth using Zhaitan's magic, etc), Aurene not having showed it yet doesn't mean she won't be able to use that power in extreme cases, after all even powerful Elder Dragons weren't able to use absorbed magic right after consuming it. Ofc that's just an idea but it's plausible.

And nothing indicates that Joko obtained his "immortality" from said magic and that this would be something Aurene would absorb from eating him.

Sure but nothing indicates that Joko didn't obtain his immortality from his own magic as well, both interpretations are plausible.

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@Zaraki.5784 said:

@"dodgerrule.8739" said:She ate Joko consuming his magic

She ate Joko. I don’t recall anything indicating that meant that she obtained his magic as well or whatever it was that allowed him to keep coming back.

Aurene is Kralkatorriks granddaughter and has the same abilities as the elder dragons. It's established during the personal story that elder dragons eat magic - that's why they're drawn to places with high magical energy (like Orr and the depths of the Maguuma) and why their minions collect magical artifacts and other sources of magic for them. This is also why they're such a threat, because in Tyria magic is like energy in real life; without it nothing can exist - living things will die, non-living things will be destroyed. If the magic is loose then the dragons can absorb it directly, much like player characters collecting unbound or volatile magic. If it's contained in something the simplest way for them to absorb it is to eat that thing (again like energy in real life).

So it wasn't addressed during that storyline, but it had already been established as fact in the Guild Wars universe. Joko was a lich, so one of his magical abilities is to come back from the dead. When Aurene ate him she absorbed all his magic and that will have included that ability.

Of course we don't know yet if she will be able to use it. We don't really know how Liches in Tyria 'work', except that in GW1 killing one on top of a bloodstone stopped it coming back. There might be something she had to do to activate the magic (like a spell with a cast time), or it might bring her back changed (undead Aurene?). Or, like when Kralkatorrik absorbed Zhaitan's magic and created the death-branded shatterer the magic might have changed when she absorbed it and now it does something different.

But it seems likely eating Joko will have some effect, which will tie into the next storyline.

Again. There's no indication that she absorbed Joko's magic nor have the ability to use it. That is all assuming Joko had magic.

Almost all beings in GW universe have magic, some more some less and I bet Joko was one of the individuals who possess more.(Source:

"All living beings have a natural ability to access and use magic, and it is extremely rare that someone is born without it—current theories suggest that this typically happens more often when the world is at a lower level of magic." )

Just because she ate something, does not mean that she absorbed its magic.
And yet again, there is no evidence that Joko had magic
.

You don't need evidence, all beings have magic, that speaks for itself.Dragons eat magic and use its properties afterwards (Mordremoth using Zhaitan's magic, etc), Aurene not having showed it yet doesn't mean she won't be able to use that power in extreme cases, after all even powerful Elder Dragons weren't able to use absorbed magic right after consuming it. Ofc that's just an idea but it's plausible.

And nothing indicates that Joko obtained his "immortality" from said magic and that this would be something Aurene would absorb from eating him.

Sure but nothing indicates that Joko didn't obtain his immortality from his own magic as well, both interpretations are plausible.

And if that's the case, her eating Joko cannot be used as a means on how she may come back (if at all). Otherwise you'd be basing an assumption on an assumption based on another assumption.

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@Ayrilana.1396 said:

@"dodgerrule.8739" said:She ate Joko consuming his magic

She ate Joko. I don’t recall anything indicating that meant that she obtained his magic as well or whatever it was that allowed him to keep coming back.

Aurene is Kralkatorriks granddaughter and has the same abilities as the elder dragons. It's established during the personal story that elder dragons eat magic - that's why they're drawn to places with high magical energy (like Orr and the depths of the Maguuma) and why their minions collect magical artifacts and other sources of magic for them. This is also why they're such a threat, because in Tyria magic is like energy in real life; without it nothing can exist - living things will die, non-living things will be destroyed. If the magic is loose then the dragons can absorb it directly, much like player characters collecting unbound or volatile magic. If it's contained in something the simplest way for them to absorb it is to eat that thing (again like energy in real life).

So it wasn't addressed during that storyline, but it had already been established as fact in the Guild Wars universe. Joko was a lich, so one of his magical abilities is to come back from the dead. When Aurene ate him she absorbed all his magic and that will have included that ability.

Of course we don't know yet if she will be able to use it. We don't really know how Liches in Tyria 'work', except that in GW1 killing one on top of a bloodstone stopped it coming back. There might be something she had to do to activate the magic (like a spell with a cast time), or it might bring her back changed (undead Aurene?). Or, like when Kralkatorrik absorbed Zhaitan's magic and created the death-branded shatterer the magic might have changed when she absorbed it and now it does something different.

But it seems likely eating Joko will have some effect, which will tie into the next storyline.

Again. There's no indication that she absorbed Joko's magic nor have the ability to use it. That is all assuming Joko had magic.

Almost all beings in GW universe have magic, some more some less and I bet Joko was one of the individuals who possess more.(Source:

"All living beings have a natural ability to access and use magic, and it is extremely rare that someone is born without it—current theories suggest that this typically happens more often when the world is at a lower level of magic." )

Just because she ate something, does not mean that she absorbed its magic.
And yet again, there is no evidence that Joko had magic
.

You don't need evidence, all beings have magic, that speaks for itself.Dragons eat magic and use its properties afterwards (Mordremoth using Zhaitan's magic, etc), Aurene not having showed it yet doesn't mean she won't be able to use that power in extreme cases, after all even powerful Elder Dragons weren't able to use absorbed magic right after consuming it. Ofc that's just an idea but it's plausible.

And nothing indicates that Joko obtained his "immortality" from said magic and that this would be something Aurene would absorb from eating him.

Sure but nothing indicates that Joko didn't obtain his immortality from his own magic as well, both interpretations are plausible.

And if that's the case, her eating Joko cannot be used as a means on how she may come back (if at all). Otherwise you'd be basing an assumption on an assumption based on another assumption.

Assumptions ftw! ^^(As long as they bring back my Aurene T.T)

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@Ayrilana.1396 said:

@dodgerrule.8739 said:She ate Joko consuming his magic

She ate Joko. I don’t recall anything indicating that meant that she obtained his magic as well or whatever it was that allowed him to keep coming back.

When we first see Aurene bite onto Joko, there's an explosion of magic. After the cinematic, that magic then formed around her as a mist/fog effect, and knocks the Commander back if attempting to approach before going into Aurene.

That all said, it's unlikely Aurene got Joko's immortality (despite it being #1 fan-theory that gets constantly restated as an original theory every week still), for two reasons.

1) His immortality was a spell - as you noted in another post. When Elder Dragons absorb others' magic, they don't know how to use the magic in the same way, they have to learn how to use it (thus why there's such a delay in Primordus and Kralkatorrik using Zhaitan's magic, or Kralkatorrik using Balthazar's), and on top of that, they always use it in a new way (one that fits their methods).

2) Elder Dragons seem to only get magical powers from Elder Dragons and (demi)gods. We know this because Elder Dragons eat all sorts of magic - they're the complete opposite of picky eaters - yet the only time we see them with new powers is when they get the magic of a dead Elder Dragon or Balthazar. And Joko was just one of many liches, nothing special or cosmic about him like the ED or gods.

@"zealex.9410" said:Aurene ate Balthazar's magic and its reference quite abit that she carries on his magic (u could speculate that since balthazar is a mist traveler her ability to open up portals and join the mists is from balthazar).

It's not speculation, it's confirmed fact that Aurene's and Kralkatorrik's powers to open rifts is because of Balthazar.

But just because they can use Balthazar's magic - the magic of a demigod - doesn't mean they can use the magic of a mortal who gained "faux" immortality via a spell of lichdom.

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Joko’s gone.Aurene ate his magic, unbound it, thats how you kill an immortal. Thats the end of that story.

War Eternal is referring to the mists.With Glint, Glaust, Aurene and other scions dead, their spirits are waiting for kralkatorrik in the mists.War Eternal means we’ll seal Kalkatorrik in the mists where he can have literally all eternity to reconcile with his daughter.They’re already dead so he can’t do anything to them anymore, and they dont have to kill him, and make the magic lost.

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