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I have some theories about lore here.

SUNSEEEETSUNSEEEET Member
edited December 2021 in General Discussion
You know, in fact, I went to the Ashes of creation wiki and realized that we already had a bit of lore revealed .. But the theory about the kraken is still active!)

And so, a little about ENT. As we know, a disaster happened at some time. Some celestial bodies fell to the ground and infected the environment.
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My theory is that these objects that fell on the surface of the planet on which the players are located are fragments of the flesh of an evil god who fought with other gods and was probably defeated (Perhaps there will be a quest in which players build an evil god and have to kill him again?) And after that, the world fell into chaos, but the gods rushed in and calmed the corruption a little by limiting its spread. As we know in one of the videos from the developers, you can see a piece of something spoiled behind the trees.
I think players will have the ability to interact with tainted zones. And it will probably be part of the main plot.

The Demon Kraken Theory
When in one of the developers' videos we were shown a dungeon decorated in a nautical style, we could see two murals. On the first, the kraken held a clock for the scales in its tentacles and people stood on opposite sides of it.
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There are two options here, either the kraken was something of a god of bargaining for humans, or it expects an offering for itself. Then we are shown a second fresco, where the kraken looks at a large fleet of ships, which can mean that either people attacked the kraken or the kraken itself
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(Most likely the second option will explain why later)
What could most likely mean a war between them. In another video, we are shown a statue of a girl with a blindfold on her eyes who stretches out her hand in front of the Kraken, and in the other she holds a sword.
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We can safely assume that this girl is a hero or goddess who defeated the kraken when people were in trouble. And in honor of this event, a statue arose and was written down in history.
It is also possible that a piece of an evil god fell into the sea where the kraken was. As a result, he contracted others and attacked people.

Thank you for reading <3 !)

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    SUNSEEEET wrote: »
    Thank you for reading!) And one more thing .. I can't insert pictures into a message XD <3

    Like this, but with [square brackets] : (img)link here(/img)
    This link may help you: https://ashesofcreation.wiki/


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    McMackMuckMcMackMuck Member
    edited December 2021
    It's a common belief that justice is blind.
    The statue shows the kraken is covering the girl's eyes.
    Maybe the Verran god of justice is an oversized squid, like a multi-limbed set of scales weighing up several facts at once.
    We can't leave all the glory for the burning bird.

    All Hail Squidward, the God of Justice!
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    McMackMuck wrote: »
    It's a common belief that justice is blind.
    The statue shows the kraken is covering the girl's eyes.
    Maybe the Verran god of justice is an oversized squid, like a multi-limbed set of scales weighing up several facts at once.
    We can't leave all the glory for the burning bird.

    All Hail Squidward, the God of Justice!

    Squidward wriggles in the girl's hand and it seems he is not very comfortable) But yes) Glory to the squidward))
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