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Welcome to the Winter Update! As always I want to do it more regularly then end up with a massive bi-yearly one – but there is always the Facebook page and Wiki Activity to keep up with the more immediate happenings in the community and page.
So arguably our main thing – or should have been our main thing - was our 10th anniversary in July... erm just before the last update actually... Don't worry if you didn't notice it, to be honest we didn't either and there wasn't much to shout about at the time, but take the completed magazine archive and the ongoing work on the sources archive as a token of appreciation and gratitude. Hopefully I'll be more alert to the passage of time for the next one in 2022.
As for the wiki itself, we're still in the midst of some rearranging and refreshing of the Categories, site navigation and the main page, so expect some reorganisation as things move around. As always page work continues with Blood Omen getting a large amount of updates recently with completed l…Read more >
|Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain (1996)||Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver (1999)|
|Soul Reaver 2 (2001)||Blood Omen 2 (2002)||Legacy of Kain: Defiance (2003)|
The Heart Seeker was an item used by Raziel in Legacy of Kain: Defiance. One of three spear-like items collected by Raziel in Vorador's Mansion in the chapter Find Vorador, the spear was collected along with its fellow spears the Blood Drinker and the Soul Stealer - with all three ultimately used to impale Hylden gargoyles and open the way to the Water forge.
Featured mediaArnold Ayala depicting 'The Shifter' character in precursor title Shifter. Crystal Dynamics had begun work on the standalone intellectual property Shifter in 1997, assembling early concepts and a storyline of a fallen angel of death. Recognizable characters in this version of the game included the precursors of Kain, Raziel,the Council the Elder God, and the mechanics of Plane Shifting, Shapeshifting and Gliding. Shifter was ultimately adapted into a Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain sequel and - after a legal settlement between Crystal Dynamics and Silicon Knights - was published as Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver in 1999.