Just a thought!

Youma

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Then again, if he was/is immortal, why would he use an armor? He's probably immortal in the non-litteral sense.
 

Xecras

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Since some of us are really getting technical, shouldn't this thread be named "Just a question!"
 

Killfrenzy

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the problem with Bul-Kathos being the "immortal king" is that the IK set has a maul, ansd the BK set if 2 swords. now if the IK set didnt have the maul, then it might makes sense
 

Andy225

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Youma said:
Then again, if he was/is immortal, why would he use an armor? He's probably immortal in the non-litteral sense.

Just because he is <i>immortal</i> does not mean he is invulnerable... he can still be damaged but not killed...
 

th5418

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Killfrenzy said:
the problem with Bul-Kathos being the "immortal king" is that the IK set has a maul, ansd the BK set if 2 swords. now if the IK set didnt have the maul, then it might makes sense
WHoever said bulkathos was the immortal king?
 

Unsane

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th5418 said:
WHoever said bulkathos was the immortal king?
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Sometimes, when I have loads of stuff to say I write it down and almost post it. But by the time I've written it, I've lost interest in the whole subject and just close the browser.. It has a sorta therapeutic effect. Good way not to make a fool of yourself over nothing.

..unlike here.

Cheers. :drink:
 

Ryshenron

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immortal doesn't mean u cannot be killed, only that u will live forever and never die of natural causes/old age, for example, the elves in lord of the rings are immortal, yet a good number of them were still killed in the battles were they not?
 

Diab

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You guys ever seen any of the Highlander movies, or the TV show? That's what I call immortal. Can be hurt, but not killed, unless by decapitation.
 
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