Considering K'an Hua - according to the St.Mannox's journal, he claims himself to be "son of an original Elven Council member" - maybe somehow related to Nasrudin ?
There's a long way from "son of a member of the council" to "relative of Nasrudin". What you're doing in your story is drawing unsupported conclusions.
Haven't you completed Arcanum with a character that can convince Kerghan not to do so and to 'send himself where he wants to go if he doesn't like the LIFE'? - and then he willingly agrees to be removed by Vendigroth Device.
I have. In the game, Kerghan abandons his plan because the Living One points out possible flaws in his outlook, a rather significant part which you seem to have forgotten to include in your story.
And I bet K'an Hua KNEW about Nasrudin
I guess that's why he was screaming "you can't still be alive" when attacking Nasrudin at the Ring of Brodgar, then.
The issue about knowing Arronax is alive could be solved by clairvoyant Z'an Al'urin saying Kerghan something like: "You are lying! I know Arronax is alive. I just feel it." Would it be a problem you think? Z'an Al'urin knows and sees many things even though she says she can't tell you.
A much better solution, that.
But you are wrong to mention that M'in Gorad would be killed by Living One, and K'an Hua by Alexander, because if you play the dark-elven path, none of this happens.
I described the good ending, since it is the one that usually ends up being canon. In the evil ending M'in Gorad and K'an Hua may survive, but the dark elves still lose Arronax as their spiritual leader, which leaves their forces and morals weak.
After all, instead of taking over Arcanum just like that, they have spend centuries
to weaken the wards, meaning this was the easier
path to success for them. This clearly indicates that they are well aware that without Arronax, they don't have the means to take over Arcanum.
And with Arronax actually rejecting his former outlook, a devastating schism is bound to additionally rip the dark elves as a group apart from the inside.
And Molochean Hand - they would be hostile, yeah, but any of those could be dealt with.
I wouldn't be so certain about that. I'd say it is unsure which side would win the conflict.
To do that, Dark Elves should manipulate Arronax to return to his old ways
Arronax has two thousand years worth of contemplation behind him. All the dark elves have is a whole lot of unquestioned prejudice. To him, they are misguided children who have not yet grown out of his flawed youthful outlook. Again, I don't see how they
have anything to say that could persuade him
to change his mind.
It's not just a matter of my opinion, though - the very fact that Arronax, when released from the Void, restored Vendigroth shows that no, it is canon that the dark elves did not succeed in changing Arronax's mind.
Do you know what pathetic guardians guard Arronax?
They are pathethic for a lvl 50 Living One, yes, but not necessarily so for a handful of hungry, weak, tortured, unarmed, naked dwarven engineers.
So they could stealthily escape the Kerghan's castle
Hungry, weak, tortured, unarmed, naked dwarven engineers, locked in a chamber guarded by a bludgeoner, stealthily escaping a castle crawling with undead master warriors.
It's the very definition of far-fetched.
Interesting - can we assume that Arronax, after releasing him and raising Vendigroth has turned into way of technology?
I don't think we have a reason to assume that he did.
Or maybe I should delete my whole thread and my profile from the forum, if my input is useless...
You don't really possess the power to do that.