|A TRAITOR'S GRAVE
|This is level two of
Myth: The Fallen Lords.
|Go to the Journal for literature and interpretation of the level.
|One day Ori the dwarf was sent on a mission to assassinate the traitorous mayor of Otter Ferry. He took a
few of his friends with him. It was a very important mission,
but Ori said, "It's such a nice day, let's go exploring!". His
friends argued, but Ori insisted that they could have some fun
and still get back in time to kill the mayor.
|First they turned around to revisit a rather interesting hill
they had passed coming in. Ori tried to throw a grenade to the
top, but his friends made him stop after one rolled back down
the hill and nearly decapitated ny'Anmey.
|They then headed north. After much walking, they came upon a well
kept cobblestone road. They were lost at this point, and decided
to follow it. One direction led further out to the country.
|They decided to follow the road in the other direction, and it
soon lead them to a farm. The owners appeared to be recently deceased,
so the group decided to take a rest there. Eight Pride Stalking
Rabbit and Ori leaned against the barn and discussed their various
grievances with the Legion's standard issue clothing and the low
alcohol content in the new cocktail formula. The fir'Bolg engaged
in a game of Plogr-pthan'Put, a rather dangerous derivative of
|The friends left the farm, and wandered through the woods for
many hours, losing several of their number to ghol ambushes on
the way. They eventually spotted the monument they were supposed
to find the mayor at. Alas, he had long since departed
The preceding was actually based on a true story of a film sent
in by none other then Devil
, so now who's yer daddy?
Also, when attempting to recreate Devil's misadventures in happy
lemurland for yourself, don't forget about this neat little trailer home
can be found in the southwest corner of the map. When you approach
you can hear music that sounds like it is coming from a radio
inside the trailer.
Look at all the empties!
Thanks to SpacdOut for this superb tip!
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