Shouldn't we say it is confirmed that Sliske led to the destruction(and resurrection) of the six brothers? There are numerous facts that support this:
- The lores and history says that the stranger "had no love for either sides" and that they will have victory against the "Usurper", which is a Zarosian name for Zamorak.
- In postbag 28 a player states that Sliske is indeed the stranger from the story. If this wasn't true Jagex would probably just have left this letter out.
I suppose that this is enough evidence to confirm this.--Nantafiria 19:16, 31 August 2008 (UTC)
"This is contradicted by Postbag 38, where Azzanadra says that Sliske does not hide, and is the master of the legions of Zaros."
This is incorrect.
Read closely this extract from hedge 38: "Finally, be sure of one thing: Sliske does not hide. An ally he may be, but I did not become master of my Lord's legions."
Azzandra states that he was the leader of his master's legions, not Sliske.
- Erm whomever wrote that Sliske is the first to have not immediatly achieved godhood, we don't even know if he has, and in fact Zamorak was away a couple of years to develop his godly powers. Zanovar (talk) 12:40, March 20, 2013 (UTC)
There's too much speculation on the page now. Should I remove it? WWTDD? 17:38, 8 February 2009 (UTC)
Well, just be certain, as the editor of the page, I'm not saying this just to protect it. Look, the sad truth is, speculation is all that we have of Sliske as of now, the only mentions we have to him are in the postbags. And while it may seem bad to speculate, its better to have a collection of the greater ideas and theory's of players based on the postbags, than to just have 3 sentences of facts. But I can also see your point on the idea that it may seem misleading, we may want to add something at the top or bottom. But deleting it seems like a waste of everyone's time.
yea, i kinda find it a problem.. some is ok, but "since we all know mortainia is planning to attack varrock" that could be slightly mean to some, i think. And, no one mentions the possible sliske statue in azzandras pyrmid? Zaros lord 02:09, 12 February 2009 (UTC)zaros_lord
- The heavy amount of unsourced and baseless speculation is unencyclopedic and ought to be removed. We can just admit that we have no idea where Sliske is currently located. It looks silly to try and infer his position simply based on, "We know he was at the Barrows a couple hundred years ago so he's probably still nearby now." I think the article on dragonkin is a better example of what an article like this one should look like. I'll revise this article. troacctid 00:03, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
- Yeah, i agree the dragonkin article is better, but there is a ton more information on the dragonkin, we have very little information on sliske at the moment. Also, think that we're hardly just "guessing" at his position, looking at the small bit of evidence we have, we might as well make an educated guess than have no idea where he is at all. And looking at the barrows idea, it think it is perfectly legit. Sliske is unlikely to have made a cross-runescape journey in the height of Zamorak's power, he is most likely to be somewhere in mortainia.
- But again, if everyone disagrees with me, i'll submit, and let my hour of analyzing, and studying go to waste.
Sorry to disturb you (all) but, if to delve means to search or to dig with a spadee, can't we say that he is looking for something? (in the shadows), and remember that he delved into the barrows shadows sometime ago, so we can say that he is delving into the shadows of morytania? --- jocaypa (right now logged off)
We might be all distracted from the real whereabouts of Sliske. I first thought that he might be somewhere in the Shadow Realm trying to 'dig' through it, to possibly reach Zaros.
But digging could also mean looking for information (possibly to revive Zaros). I think the Shadows shouldn't be taken literally, it might just mean something which has no (to little) attention, like old archives. Zemouregal referred to Sliske as a slippery fellow in his notes. I always kept that in mind, so when I was training agility at the Agility Pyramid and spoke to Simon Templeton I noticed something. When you're selling pyramid tops to Simon your character asks him about the identity of his boss. Simon replies that it's of no concern to you (us/your character), but that it's certainly not Osman. This is what he says: "Well it's not that Osman - I can tell ya that much. Don't have dealings with him; he's a slippery customer." One cannot miss the use of the word slippery.
Maybe Sliske is disguised as a spy. It'd make sense as 'his actions can be seen each and every day in the smallest of this world's details'. Also he could look for ancient artifacts and documents without ever being noticed.
- Thorgel and Radimus Erkle literally delve the Shadows and Shadow warriors. --Muhahaa 21:58, November 17, 2009 (UTC)
- sliske appears to be more clever than we thought during The Temple at Senntisten you can talk to the strange old man about the barrows he seems to expecting you...also Azzanadra somewhat confirms that someone charged them to guard the icon
Isn't it possible that the allusions of 'shadows', 'delvers', and 'don't dare', could mean that Sliske is where we least expect it: within the light? I mean, anything associated with pure light or good is a place where shadows don't dwell, and if Sliske is chalked up to be as devious and sneaky as he/she/it is, then I wouldn't be half surpised if Sliske were part of or even in control of some of the 'lightest' factions in Gielnor, like the White Knights?
AvatarofDeath 02:40, May 15, 2010 (UTC)
On the talking of White Knights and Sliske; did anyone think it was really weird and out of place building a Zaros Altar in the White Knights castle in Falador after Elite Acheivement Diary???
So I mean that'd make more sense, also the White Knights don't really seem to follow Saradomin with their actions such as practically taking falador when the king fell "ill". 14:00, October 1, 2010 (UTC)
"Sliske himself did not kill his Barrows toys, but it was the power he granted them that sealed their fate. Power is fleeting, and Sliske always gets what he wants out of deals; I’d advise, should you ever meet him, not to make deals with him." Tons of info on Sliske and a bit on Bilrach in the Postbag check it and yeah it's greatness. Sliske is a scary mofo. 21:53, October 7, 2010 (UTC)
Way or another thou hast, most obviously.. Edit
Why yes, every mahjarrat usually attempts to gather much power as they can, for upcoming rituals, of course, such as gathering prayer energy from those foulish-enought adventures that are rushing into those Barrowian catacombs. Way or another thou hast, most obviously.. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 14:31, June 4, 2011 (talk) on 22.214.171.124.
- What?If I remember, Enakhra is not doing anything to gain immeasurable power, nor is her rival. Jhallan is encased in ice for safety. If Ali the wise really is a mahjarrat, then he's trying to bring down zemorugal and lucien as opposed to getting power. Not all mahjarrat appear to be strictly power thirsty. Coelacanth0794 Talk 14:35, June 4, 2011 (UTC)
It may look a little glitchy. It looks ok on the Wiki, but on my PC it blurs.
If it blurs on the Wiki, please edit it.
Mod Osborne stated that his favourite God is a mortal that will soon ascend into Godhood. This was prior to the release of The World Wakes. The only Mortal who has possibly achieved Godhood is Sliske = Sliske is a God...
00:15, April 21, 2013 (UTC)
It's also been stated that Sliske is far too loyal to Zaros to cause a possible threat to him and become a god. Anyway, I think it's too obvious for him to be the ascending mortal. Ellie Mirra (talk) 18:19, April 28, 2013 (UTC)
Yes he is a god. Sliske has even some God Emissaries. Since player=immune for god, sliske can't turn you in a barrows brother/sister anymore.-- 19:21, May 13, 2013 (UTC)
- The article states that Sliske's emissary is, frankly and bluntly, a misinformed twat. In other words, he doesn't care and, according to the ones who know him best (Wahi and Az), he isn't a god. 18:48, May 17, 2013 (UTC)