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During the course of the game we learn that godlike are in fact agents/children/vessels of the gods that can be destroyed, imbued, etc.by the gods that exist at the gods' pleasure. Each godlike seems to correspond to one of the gods; so far we know of:

 

Death Godlike: Berath

Fire Godlike: Magran

Nature Godlike: Galawain

Moon Godlike: Ondra?/Wael?

Avian Godlike: Hylea

Marine Godlike: Ondra

 

Is it safe to assume each god has his own godlike? 

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Probably.

Skaen's godlike were mentioned in dialogue, described as horribly mutilated looking and usually killed at birth.

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As handsome mentioned in the other thread, it's implied Eothas did or does have them, too

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Abydon would have also, as would Woedica.


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My guess is that Rymrgand probably wouldn't have any.  He's all about not having a means of returning after death.

 

 

Wael godlikes probably just look like normal people.  Normal people who go through their lives unable to wear hats for reasons that they can never understand. 

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Moon Godlike: Ondra?/Wael?

 

Ondra, specifically.  Which makes sense, considering all the legends of her pining for the moon and the actual fact you learn that she literally dropped Eora's third moon on Abydon's head.  So yep, she's got two types of Godlike offspring.

 

I imagine a Wael Godlike might have parchment-like skin, or maybe have multiple eyes on their body like Greek mythology's Argus.

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My guess is that Rymrgand probably wouldn't have any.  He's all about not having a means of returning after death.

 

 

Wael godlikes probably just look like normal people.  Normal people who go through their lives unable to wear hats for reasons that they can never understand. 

 

They can dance if they want to, though.

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Magran's fire casts light in Dark Places...

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Probably.

Skaen's godlike were mentioned in dialogue, described as horribly mutilated looking and usually killed at birth.

Well can you blame the parents?

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Wael godlikes probably just look like normal people.  Normal people who go through their lives unable to wear hats for reasons that they can never understand. 

 

this is canon now

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What would a Woedica (Woedican?) godlike look like? Do they have like permanent mask faces? Come to think of it, WOULD she have ones or did she bank fully on Thaos instead.

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What would a Woedica (Woedican?) godlike look like? Do they have like permanent mask faces? Come to think of it, WOULD she have ones or did she bank fully on Thaos instead.

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My guess is that Rymrgand probably wouldn't have any.  He's all about not having a means of returning after death.

 

 

Wasn't there a portrait datamined from the DLC's that looked very much like a Rymrgand godlike?

 

 

There we go:

 

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My guess is that Rymrgand probably wouldn't have any. He's all about not having a means of returning after death.

 

Wasn't there a portrait datamined from the DLC's that looked very much like a Rymrgand godlike?

 

 

There we go:

 

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I think the current idea is he's either a companion, ally, or enemy. If only it was indication of a new player Godlike. Edited by Vitalis

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My guess is that Rymrgand probably wouldn't have any. He's all about not having a means of returning after death.

Wasn't there a portrait datamined from the DLC's that looked very much like a Rymrgand godlike?

 

 

There we go:

 

post-111748-0-35723000-1527951103.png

I think the current idea is he's either a companion, ally, or enemy. If only it was indication of a new player Godlike.

 

"ally or enemy" would only require a watercolor since you'd only ever see it in the dialog UI. So either new player subclass or companion/sidekick.

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"Art and song are creations but so are weapons and lies"

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My money’s on companion/sidekick—and really looks like a Rymrgand godlike.

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My money’s on companion/sidekick—and really looks like a Rymrgand godlike.

 

From what I've seen on the wiki, you'd win that bet!  His name is Vatnir, and he's a Priest (White that Wends Mystic)!

 

Looks like I was wrong about Wael godlikes having many eyes, though.  Seems Rymrgand has cornered the market on that...

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I wouldn't say that...

 

Just because Rymrgand godlikes appear to have many eyes doesn't mean Wael godlikes can't take the eyes to new extremes. 

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They've already shown Ondra has multiple kinds of representations in her godlikes (moon, marine (Tekehu), and Alex in the last dev stream mentioned that Galawain's godlikes can appear in many different forms, so it's totally possible a Wael godlike has a bajillion eyes, and another has no eyes, and another looks completely different.

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I think that Wael godlike won't have eyes at all. The whole world for them would be a mystery then! The eyes could appear on them during spell casting for example. 

Eyes on palms sounds good for them too. They can cognize the world in any manner they want.

Another interesting way for them - to have a cloud of eyes instead of head.

For Abydon I see rather strait way - some parts of the body would be made from metal (or would be like metal weapons). 

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I think that Wael godlike won't have eyes at all. The whole world for them would be a mystery then! The eyes could appear on them during spell casting for example. 

Eyes on palms sounds good for them too. They can cognize the world in any manner they want.

Another interesting way for them - to have a cloud of eyes instead of head.

For Abydon I see rather strait way - some parts of the body would be made from metal (or would be like metal weapons). 

 

If we're talking about something like this dude, then they probably have a death rate close to Skaen godlikes.the_pale_man_pans_labyrinth_monster_blin

(Pan's Labyrinth Dude)

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I think that Wael godlike won't have eyes at all. The whole world for them would be a mystery then! The eyes could appear on them during spell casting for example. 

Eyes on palms sounds good for them too. They can cognize the world in any manner they want.

Another interesting way for them - to have a cloud of eyes instead of head.

For Abydon I see rather strait way - some parts of the body would be made from metal (or would be like metal weapons). 

 

If we're talking about something like this dude, then they probably have a death rate close to Skaen godlikes.the_pale_man_pans_labyrinth_monster_blin

(Pan's Labyrinth Dude)

 

 
I thought about someone like Ashiok from MTG - EN_Ashiok_1_Gallery.jpg
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