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Hey, does anyone seem to think that this "Darkness Incarnate" is Jack of Blades? his minions looked the same, the voice sounded familiar, and the sentinel even looked like him. Can anyone confirm/deny/give input on this possibility?

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Highly unlikely, it is shown in the Guild cave The Hero of Oakvale throwing Jack's mask into the pit of lava, thus killing him. He probably looks like that to make him more intimidating. DefenestrationHappy Holloween! 21:03, October 30, 2010 (UTC)

That's fair, but I'm now thinking that this darkness is the means by which JoB survived for so long. Theresa said at one point that he was once human, but was possessed. I'm mostly hung up on these mechanical bird-men, they are surely the same creatures from the first game.

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it would make sense that the darkness, or the crawler, is jack. the minions and the birdmen do resemble each other, this could be jack trying to recreate his army. and jack could have surrvived thelava, he could have stuck a part of himself in the void, hence creating the darkness incarnate

I was sceptical at first, but maybe the Crawler is/was Jack true form. If it's not Jack, maybe it's something else from the void. There is no evidence that the Court looked Human, and maybe when William Black and Jack fought, he wasn't in a Human form but put himself in a mask to later be reborn in a human body. Perhaps all the ruins and the temple around Aurora were left from when The Court ruled over the world, and the Crawler was a servant who was left behind, maybe be had been feeding the children into the world little by little untill he had a force strong enough to retake Albion. That would explain why the "Birdmen" look a bit like the Minions. Who know, beside Lionhead ofc. Dellcath 15:29, January 3, 2011 (UTC)

The Torch Edit

When the torch is put out why did'nt the Hero just use magic to light the torch again.—Preceding unsigned comment added by 83.255.223.153 (talk) . Please sign your posts with ~~~~

Well two reasons come to mind. The first is that the fireball would have done a small explosion injuring Walter or destroying the torch. The other reason is it was the designers decision to leave the torch as it was, using magic would have been too easy--Alpha Lycos 00:31, February 6, 2011 (UTC)
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