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The Mahjarrat Guide ( Finished! )

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The Mahjarrat

Originally written by felinoel and M.0.o.sley

 

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The Mahjarrat are a race of mortals who came from the realm/world of Frenskae. The actual spelling of the place is unknown. It is good to know about the Mahjarrat, so people will understand that they are just mortal beings who are NOT gods. Their home world is full of violence, suffering, violence, death, and more violence. Due to this they train themselves almost constantly. They were originally controlled by Icthlarin until Zaros took control. A major difference between the race of Mahjarrats and the race of humans is that they live VERY long, although they eventually will die of old age. The Dragonnite metal is from Frenskae, and there it was smithed into the dragon items we use today. Who smithed them? We don't know for sure but it is highly likely it was the Mahjarrat, they brought it over here to Gielinor during the first god wars of Gielinor. The Mahjarrat were one of Zaros' most prized armies. A large group led by Zamorak overthrew Zaros, and now those who followed Zaros are few in number. Most of the Mahjarrat are now dead, gone, or in hiding. This guide holds info on the only ten Mahjarrat that are known of...

 

 

The Mahjarrat

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Agrith-Naar

Agrith-Naar also goes by the name of Denath. It is presumed that he stayed in the world of Frenskae, that he didn't come to Gielinor with the rest, but it is also possible that he did come with the rest of the known Mahjarrat, and that the "demonic plane" spoken of isn't Frenskae, but a new world. Anyways, Agrith-Naar was summoned from that area of existance once long ago by a person named Ellenar. Ellenar was a follower of Saradomin who was executed for summoning Agrith-Naar. When he was only doing it to help Saradomin instead of hurt him. Which may mean that Agrith-Naar was one of the "good" Mahjarrat like Saradomin was. So now Agrith-Naar has been stuck in the world of Gielinor where some of his fellow members of the Mahjarrat race live, and he wants to go back to the "demonic plane" he talks of, which further increases the possibility of him being good, because why couldn't he just go live with another member of his race instead of running from them. He recieves helps from eight humans by deceiving them into thinking their dreams will come true when they cast a spell, but the spell mearly takes him back to that "plane." Through much toil, the humans finally cast the spell and he returns back to where he wishes to be, but then one of the eight he uses resummons him, and slays him.

 

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Akthanakos

Akthanakos was one of the Mahjarrat who didn't betray Zaros when Zamorak overthrew him. When Akthanakos came to Gielinor, he came to the desert. He apparently has the head of a camel, and this is why the deep desert camels are called what they are called. Athanakos had a rival named Enakhra, who followed Zamorak and defeated Akthanakos. When he was defeated he was turned into a Boneguard and forced to guard Enakhra's temple to Zamorak. He still seeks revenge on her and when a mortal human helps free him from Enakhra's grasp, he chases after her to the north.

 

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Azzanadra

Azzanadra is a follower of Zaros. He seemed to have trained himself mainly with the magic of his master. After the fall of Zaros he kept on fighting against Zamorak and Saradomin and found out that he had gained immortality, possibly from his loyalty to his master. So they locked him up in a Pyramid and divided his essence into four diamonds. He seems to have a dog head like that of Itchlarin, although that may just be from his helmet. Whether or not he is currently dead is uncertain because he seems dead but doesnt act like it. Perhaps we cannot tell due to our lack of understanding the Mahjarrat race itself.

 

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Enakhra

Enakhra is one of Zamorak's fellow traitors of Zaros. She knows the magic of the master she helped defeat and she also defeated her rival Atkthanakos. In the desert she had constructed a temple dedicated to her lord Zamorak, and she turned her defeated rival into a Boneguard to protect the temple. After being defeated, Akthanakos wishes to seek revenge which he eventually achieves because of slight help from a human mortal. After the hold on him was released, she flees to the north do battle once again with Akthanakos.

 

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Hazeel

Hazeel was close to Zamorak, he was like Zamorak's brother. He was one of the Mahjarrat who sided with Zamorak but was killed many years ago and his belongings were inherited by the Carnillean family. Hazeel has recently been reborn and he is off visiting one of his fellow Mahjarrats in the Ice Mountain, which is most likely The Oracle.

 

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Lucien

Lucien helped take down Zaros. He was a mage of the Mahjarrat and helped protect the staff of Armadyl from Zaros. His pendant grants the wearer entrance to the Chamber of Fear. He resides in both the west side of East Ardougne and the north side of Varrock. He has died before, and will die some more, apparently he has found a way to not be fully killed in the normal manner, but when he is killed he loses the power he has been saving up and has to be reborn again.

 

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Saradomin

Saradomin is the only known Mahjarrat that we are sure has gone against the ways of his race, and stand for order and pleasantry rather than chaos and destruction. He apparently was an outcast due to this and he was forced to fight the members of his race to survive. All rebel Mahjarrats were killed as soon as possible but Saradomin is most likely the only one who was able to sneak away long enough to become immortal. The one named Zamorak was his major foe, it is not known which rival gained godhood first, but when they did their battles became much worse and they had moved to the planet Gielinor possibly because they destroyed their own planet due to their battles. On our planet of Gielinor they raged more wars and destroyed our planet so much that a local god had to step in and cease the fight.

 

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The Oracle

The Oracle is considered by many to be a god, this is most certaintly not true, he is most likely a survivor of the Mahjarrat race. He is a mysterious being, who some call wise, while others say insane. The Oracle's true name is never revealed, but he does help humans when they ask for it.

 

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Zamorak

Zamorak achieved godhood possibly through a curse that his ex-master hexed him with, before a final blow was dealt, thus sending his ex-master into banishment into another realm by Zamorak's hands. It is not known if this was on purpose or by accident, and it is also not known if his godhood has made him better or worse. He had gotten a few members of his race to side with him before he slaughtered his master and there are still a few out there who will aid Zamorak in his next moment of need. But much later after that, Zamorak somehow got banished to another world, perhaps he broke the peace treaty the local god who stopped Saradomin and Zamorak from destroying Gielinor with, and the local god banished him, but elven followers of his are woking hard to bring him back.

 

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Zemouregal

Zemouregal is another Mahjarrat follower of Zamorak. Zemouregal confronted Arrav in the Land of Dreams and tried to steal his shield. Whether or not he truly is a Mahjarrat has not been proven. This is because he is out of our lifespan, and is now either dead or in hiding.

 

 

 

Final Note

The Mahjarrat are a mysterious, elusive, and mainly unknown race. There is good chance the first Mahjarrats populated the southern part of the island of Karamja, and the "Natives" that live there today are mearly the offspring of those Mahjarrats and actual Gielinorians (humans). This could explain their stregnth, and even their ability to speak with the ancient spirits; who might actually be those first Mahjarrats. In fact, some argue that Vannaka the Slayer Master and Newb Fighting Trainer is a Mahjarrat himself. They say he may be an offspring of the originals or even one of the originals himself. Some believe these things because of the face paintings matching those of the Mahjarrat race, this may be for remembering the Mahjarrat of the past, or it may be a giant coincidence.

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Edited by felinoel

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Interesting...

 

Especial the Vanaka bit.. -.-

 

*Info1994 can't wait for the guide to be finished.. :/

 

Good luck with it.

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I knew this would make it here sooner or later, finish it up soon.

Edited by Sryen

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okay... for the last freakin' time, THAMMARON WAS NOT A MAHJARRAT. AT ALL. He was an elder demon. I can show you screenshots from the book if you need me to.

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But he was from Frenskae like Lord Drakken who was a Vampire.

 

That doesn't mean he was a Mahjarrat, now does it? And Lord Drakkan was a Mahjarrat before he was a vampire.

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Interesting...

 

Especial the Vanaka bit.. :deformed:

 

*Info1994 can't wait for the guide to be finished.. ;)

 

Good luck with it.

the bit of vannaka is unsure, but i am testing it for truths

 

@seraph, this is currently the original guide written by moos, i havent had time to fix all of moos' errors yet

 

But he was from Frenskae like Lord Drakken who was a Vampire.
what does this prove?

 

Felinoel, are you done with the gods guide?
actually no, but due to the high amount of people pestering me about members of the mahjarrat race being gods, when they are actually only a race of mortals

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Fel, I know you said no info is needed, but you forgot to add the slayer master in Shilo village, he has the marks aswell, which is the same reason we suspect Vannakka, so I think he should get a mention aswell. He wasn't added in Moosley's guide either.

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Fel, I know you said no info is needed, but you forgot to add the slayer master in Shilo village, he has the marks aswell, which is the same reason we suspect Vannakka, so I think he should get a mention aswell. He wasn't added in Moosley's guide either.

again, no info is needed, i will even be adding the whole tribe of "natives" in karamje as possible children of the majharrats

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And if your going to say something like that to fel, at least use the guys proper name, Duradel, Anyways I am not sure but what you said about Azzandra, discuss with the Sages?

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Sages? :glasses:

 

About Azzanadra: parts in bold are not true and should be removed:

 

 

-Azzanadra was a very powerful mage Mahjarrat that followed Zaros. He is one of the original users of the Ancient Magicks ( along with Zaros ) and he is another one of the Mahjarrat that didn't betray Zaros. After the fall of Zaros he kept on fighting against Zamorak and Saradomin and founf out that he was immortal. They then locked him up in a Pyramid and divided his essence into four diamonds. Runesape yet does not have records of whether he has died or not ( but he probably hasn't because he is Immortal ). he has a purple jackals head and pink shoulders, the rest of him is basically white.

 

As for whether he has died or not, we freed him so we know he is alive. As for the ancient magiks, they are not Zaros magiks - many people unrelated to Zaros used them.

 

 

 

Also, the oracle isn't a mahjarrat.

Edited by Thomas154321

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One cannot help but wonder why you even bother to start a guide for the umpteenth time: You have this to finish and here is another guide you seem reluctant to finish. Why? Why bother those who want to see finished guides go to the site with junk you don't want finished? Is there any point in working on three guides at the same time and not end one of them?

 

Im sorry to say but this is, again, a terrible waste of time for every one commenting, giving advise or even reading it. It is about time you got your act together and finish one of the guides you start.

 

--Simple--

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Thomas, can you name the people unrelated to Zaros who used them, during Zaros's time of course. And Simple, this isn't even fel's guide, it's moosley's, he was just posting it for him.

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And Simple, this isn't even fel's guide, it's moosley's, he was just posting it for him.
Well now, is moosley banned? Is he incapable of putting his own guide up? Is he too shy? Is he unsure of his own guide? Is he ashamed of another piece of unfininshed [explative]? Is he ashamed of using this to comunicate with his sage friends? Is he...... tons of other questions?

 

Lets just say that guides published by fel have a history of not getting finished. Why bother reading another one not getting finished?

 

--Simple--

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Will all do respect, I really don't think a Mahjarrat guide is really needed. For one, Runescape is a fun game to complete quest, train skills, and take on a variety of challenges. It's not something to study its history and become obsessed with it. Runescape is just a game. Why do we need a guide about a race of people? They aren’t real, they aren’t important, so why have a guide on them?

 

Also, how are we supposed to know Zamorak did that and Azzandrea did this? It's all fake and fun, why write a report on people that don't exist?

 

However, this is different for your god guide. That is very interesting guide. I think you should focus on that, if it’s still incomplete. As long as people don't start worshipping Saradomin before they go to bed, then the god guide is a nice thing to have, to learn about each item that belongs to them etc. etc.

 

This is just my opinion. Do what you want, but this is just an opinion from another side.

 

~ Mrcsupertrain

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hehe simple is pwning you.

 

Anyway, back on topic, it looks ok so far, although i dont really understand why we need guides like this, although it makes an interesting read i guess. As for the "I NEED NO HELP AT ALL I IZ AM4ZING?!2!"!?!", whats the point, honestly :cute: If you dont need help, do the guide in word then post it completed, despite how pointless that would be. Help from other people can only improve guides, why do you have to be so stuck-up-your-own-backside that you neglect to see that.

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Will all do respect, I really don't think a Mahjarrat guide is really needed. For one, Runescape is a fun game to complete quest, train skills, and take on a variety of challenges. It's not something to study its history and become obsessed with it. Runescape is just a game. Why do we need a guide about a race of people? They aren’t real, they aren’t important, so why have a guide on them?

 

Also, how are we supposed to know Zamorak did that and Azzandrea did this? It's all fake and fun, why write a report on people that don't exist?

 

However, this is different for your god guide. That is very interesting guide. I think you should focus on that, if it’s still incomplete. As long as people don't start worshipping Saradomin before they go to bed, then the god guide is a nice thing to have, to learn about each item that belongs to them etc. etc.

 

This is just my opinion. Do what you want, but this is just an opinion from another side.

 

~ Mrcsupertrain

 

This entire game isn't real, why write a guide on anything. The greek gods aren't real, why do poeple study them? Both of those questions answer what you said completely, we find this stuff interesting, and others do too. Also simple, moosley wrote this guide a long time ago, the place where the guide was written was, lost. Felinoel happened to still have it, when moosley either didn't have it, or obviously wasn't going to get around to posting it.

Edited by Sryen

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This entire game isn't real, why write a guide on anything. The greek gods aren't real, why do poeple study them? Both of those questions answer what you said completely, we find this stuff interesting, and others do too. Also simple, moosley wrote this guide a long time ago, the place where the guide was written was, lost. Felinoel happened to still have it, when moosley either didn't have it, or obviously wasn't going to get around to posting it.

 

1: Yes, it is a game. The guides are to help players solve problems and help them through challenge of quests and skills.

 

2. Greek Gods, those are different. Greek is a religion (something like that) and a language. They arn't made up. It is a religion people choose to follow. There is a different from a religion/god with historial backgrounds to gods that are made using Java code on a computer.

 

I'm just trying to say that a Mahjarrat guide isn't something I'm a big fan of. I don't think a gamer of a video game should walk up to Pollnivneach and all of a sudden want to take notes and research about a video game race and all of a sudden worhsip Runescapenism :glasses:. After you complete Desert Treasure, you should use ancient magicks and have fun, and not look up Azzandrea history and Zamorak bla bla bla. Someone is probebly going to say "gO away and stop giving negative feedback". I'm not trying to be negative, I'm just trying to give an opinion and a thought.

Edited by Mrcsupertrain

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Who ever said we worshipped this stuff, it's still interesting. Many other video games have story lines, well this game has an interactive story line, and aprt of it is unlocking the secrets, jsut ebcause you aren't itnerested in it doens't mean no one else can, and it doesn't make us freaks.

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I guess you have won this debate. It was just my opinion that writing a guide on a race and its gods and stuff which can be changed instantly with a different code, is a bit of an obsesstion and pointless. It is kind of hard to see my point, but thats okay. I never said you are freaks, we all like different things and do different things different ways. So, I guess we can talk about the real focus here, this guide.

 

Only 1 question, where are all the pictures and everything? This guide is only a level 2, while your other guide for gods and demigods is like a 10!

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Pictures of the mahjrrat are hard to come by, but I do understand what you're saying, it's easy to get the oracle, and if you helped hazeel he's easy to get a picture of, and I believe anyone who's done desert treasure can get Azzandra, I haven't done it myself. I would go and help get pictures but obviously no help is needed...

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