Is this just my imagination?

The Giant-king Lorestone at Klael’s Stronghold and Warmaker Klael himself, talk about the humans who reveal a new weapon agains the Giant-Kings back in the days of the ancient war.

In the end, we were betrayed. During a skirmish in the north, the humans revealed a new weapon forged of their strange science. It smashed through the ranks of my troops, turning those captured in its blast into solid stone. Those who survived fled south to lick our wounds. ~ Warmaker Klael

When I now look at these withered trees near the brimstone lake, I mean to recognize 3 souls / beings / creatures / people / whatever there.

Is this just my imagination ? What did you think ? Coincidence ? Intention ?


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SirBowen

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Weapon in question is just sulfer gas. (as no mention of it happens again)

The creepy “screaming” trees are from books. (if memory serves) I think its more coincidence of placement.
(Humans can’t hear screams, but some of other creatures do. ) Child of Jhebbal Sag mention this.

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First time i saw that trees i was rly creeped, i tought it used to be humans

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I chopped apart a few, all I got was wood. But both Sulphur Springs and Circle of Swords house a Rotbranch boss. Perhaps the plants in these areas grew sentient on vanquished Acheron power.

Brimstone in Conan Exiles is just not sulpher. Around the Black Galleon brimstone is used to mark toilets.
The same for Sinner’s Refuge: exiles pee in every corner and that’s where the brimstone is. The stuff in the ocean clearly doesn’t solve in water: this may be sulpher. The stuff in “Sulphur” Springs does solve in water, to leave these spikes as the lake dried.

What if the shattered springs use to be a treant grove, and Rotbranch is the Treant King there, cursed to live as an undead treant, for having resisted a sorcerer?

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