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It's been another few months of slow progress at the wiki, but here's what's been happening in the fandom in the close of 2019 and what we can look forward to in 2020.
Primarily most of the work for the wiki for the last few months has been on the Defiance enemies with completed articles on Vampire hunter ascetics, Vampire hunter juggernauts, Vampire revenants, Human revenants, Hylden revenants, Possessed (enemies), Transformed, Fire demons (Defiance), Lightning demons (Defiance), Feral humans (male), Feral humans (female), Dreadnaught archons, and Cenobite acolytes - slowly bringing us towards the completion of this category.
Meanwhile in the real world, E3 passed again with nothing and official word seems to once again indicate that nothing was forthcoming for LoK. Moving on October saw the 20th Anniversary of Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver, with ourselves and Ancient's Den putting out Sources Archives for that. You can find them here and here and here.
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|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 Transformed were an enemy class featured in Legacy of Kain: Defiance. The strongest enemies of the Possessed sub-grouping, the Transformed were created by Hylden souls originating in the Demon Realm entering the Material Realm through Possession of a living human - if the possession was of sufficient strength the host would be killed and their body transformed by the Possessing Hylden. The Transformed featured mainly in the later chapters of Legacy of Kain: Defiance.
A Soul Reaver 2 texture of a stained glass window in the Sanctuary Cathedral area of the Sarafan Stronghold which relates the legend of Janos Audron in Soul Reaver 2. The image by artist Daniel Cabuco reintroduced players to the story of Janos from Blood Omen and detailed his preying on the town of Uschtenheim, his death at the hands of the Sarafan by having his heart ripped out, and how his heart became the relic known as the Heart of Darkness - which was reputed to have the power to restore vampiric unlife. The elements of the tale would go on to feature in the climax of Soul Reaver 2 but in a different manner to the glorified depiction here, with the Sarafan figure revealed to represent the human version of Raziel himself. The villagers in the left scene are depictions of crew members Hong Park, Scott Krotz and Jason Bell.