Who Betrayed Crandor in Runescape – 4RSgold RS Gold & OSRS Gold Bonus

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Once upon a time, there was a Wizards Tower run by 4 orders. Red for Zamorak, Green for Guthix, Blue for Saradomin and Grey Order for others. But in time a disaster struck, which was blamed on the Zamorakians, by the Saradominists.

A new tower was built, in this tower you would find only Saradominists or those not flinging their allegiance in the Tower’s wizards faces. Another place of magic grew up near by, on Crandor and they grew a strong tradition of mages. These institutions were in competition with each other. Many of the Non Saradominst Wizards would have called Crondor their new home.

One day someone, no one knows who they were, so is assumed to be an adventurer, awoke the dragon in the valcano and Crandor was destroyed, leaving modern magical knowledge firmly in the hands of Saradominist Wizards. Everyone else would have to beg for scraps from their table.


That seems very convenient. Could this unknown adventurer have been manipulated or an agent sent there by the Saradominist Wizards tower or someone within it?RuneScape gold buy Could this have been a betrayal designed to remove the competition permanently? Could it have been a deliberate act of sabotage?

The later some random hero is picked and given the Anti-dragon shield to go deal with the Dragon properly, unlike the last poor sucker who wouldn’t have even known it existed.

A secret passge, a built pen for a non-native dragon and he suppose doutbers will tell him the dragon took up bricklaying and carpentry to pass the time…Who betrayed Crandor?

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