Better hurry up and come back in reinforcements, guys…
By the way, is Grim vulnerable to the Endstone ? That’s a question asked a long time ago, that could be answered shortly… 🙂
Maybe? It could end the effects of the stone keeping him alive (That’s how he’s alive, right?), but it could be under the whole “Can’t end what is already ended” thing.
Actually, it’s already been established that the Gravestone Pablo uses is a passive stone that drains power constantly, forcing the undead user to rest from time to time even when he never uses other stones. Which means the Gravestone can be negated by the Endstone like any other stones.
Now will it kill Pablo ? I don’t think so, it’ll simply put him back to slumber, reverting his skeleton to a pile of bones. Which means he’ll reawaken as soon as the Gravestone gets out of range of the Endstone. Provided Simon does not steal the Gravestone first…
Also Simon could just destory/scatter the remains, so the gravestone cannot affect them anymore.
Without spoiling anything, the rule on the Endstone is thus:
It disrupts all stonecraft energy, both active and passive. However if something was created by stonecraft, yet does not require energy to maintain it’s effect, then the Endstone will not disrupt it.
In other words, the Endstone will change Cole from a dragon into a girl, since energy is required for Cole to maintain dragon-form. But the Endstone will not affect Vandric the Grim because while he was created by stonecraft, no energy is required for him to maintain his form.
If that makes sense.
What you’re saying is that Vandric’s status is similar to that of the toadmen ? It surely makes things easier…
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