: Posted this in a new thread, as its really a new
: topic/theory whatever. Sorry about the duplication in
: the thread below.
: The first time I saw a myrmidon watching me as I tried
: escaping from Covenant - that was a tad scary.
they would be scarier if they could beat their northern kin
: Which brings to mind something that Welly and I were
: discussing a week or three ago... what happened to the
: There's several (boring and probably correct) theories of
: course. a) They all died when Balor did, as his magic
: was needed for their immortality, b) most died with
: the big explosion in Rhiannon, the rest scattered to
: wild places or were hunted down.
Or C) some of A and B.
: But we had a better idea. Their bodies fell apart until
: nothing remained, but they lingered on, unable to die
: due to Balor's spell. Lurking in the dark woods and
: caves, they were evil, gnawing spirits of malice and
: regret, hating all living men yet unable to harm them.
They certainly would...
: Along comes Soulblighter. Calling all evil beings to
: himself, he empowers the shadowy myrmidons, giving
: them the terrifying ability to seize a man and drain
: his very life from his bones. Yes friends, Welly and I
: propose that myrmidons are none other than mahir in
: Myth 2...
Interesting...back up detail?
The problem is that if the myrmidons became the mahir...how would such a weak mage as Soulblighter (besides his crows to fly away and his Tharsis "Shatter the Cloudspine" spell) give them that power?
Sounds like a good theory, all in all.