No, have not seen it, this is great! thanks for the mention!
Kain (Legacy of Kain cocktail)
1 oz Apricot brandy
1 oz Goldschlager
1 oz Gin
1.5 oz Cherry brandy
Directions: Combine the first three ingredients into a rocks glass. Serve the cherry brandy in a shot glass. This strong, bloody drink can be powerfully slammed back, or it can be savored like sweet vengeance by sipping equal parts.
Drink created and photographed by Elamx.
@nosgothlegacyofkain you’ve probably seen it but
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An in game screenshot of the pure and uncorrupted Pillars of Nosgoth as featured in the early history era encountered in Legacy of Kain: Defiance. The designs of the symbols on the Pillars have changed over time, with them originally represented as various representative ‘icons’ in Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain and as simple coloured bands in Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver. The current designs, based on more abstract runic symbols were originally developed for Soul Reaver 2 as an attempt to make the Pillars themselves appear more serious and powerful, with these designs carried on through Blood Omen 2, Legacy of Kain: Defiance and the Legacy of Kain: Defiance comic. The colours of the bands have largely remained consistent throughout, though there are minor changes in the colour scheme of Defiance.
The Pillars are shown in their original ‘undefiled’ state - seen in Nosgoth from the Raising of the Pillars in the period Before Nosgoth’s recorded history to the Corruption of the Pillars in the Pre-Blood Omen era. After the calculated murder of Ariel and Nupraptor’s madness, the Pillars were consistently represented as ‘corrupted’, with dark grey tones and several noticeable cracks. Despite this, the Pillars endured in this state for thirty years until the Blood Omen era when Kain opted to refuse to sacrifice himself to restore them. This decision caused the Pillars to collapse and after that point in history the pillars were consistently represented as fallen and broken stubs, consequently effecting the health of the land of Nosgoth itself and slowly turning it into a desolate ‘wasteland’ by the late Soul Reaver era.