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All the soulstones have finally been destroyed The prime evils have finally been rid from this Earth Now what lies ahead You return to your village to find everything destroyed Nothing left but rubble and dead bodies You go to your home to see writing in your families blood on the wall It reads YOU MAY HAVE DESTROYED OUR SOULSTONES BUT YOU WILL NEVER COMPLETELY DESTROY US Wondering what this means you go out in search of cain again When you finally find him he is dead all that is left is a scroll The scroll explains that the prime evils are not really dead In fact theyre back stronger than ever You throw the scroll into fire and 5 goblins jump out You fight them off with ease These goblins were not sent to kill you but more likely to prove that the prime evils are still alive When they are all dead they begin to shape the dead bodies into letters It says Tal Rasha Immediately you depart to Tal Rashas Tomb once again You go to see Lut Golein swarmed with goblins You fight them off and find Dragnon He explains what he knows which was that the prime evils have yet to return from the dead that they are attacking through minions and will not come until theyre threat to rule the world is in danger He also tells you that Tal Rashas Tomb may be more dangerous than last time and to be extra careful When you get to the tomb the smell of death and corruption fills your nostrils It is filled with evil You fight your way threw to find tal rasha walking around You ask him what is wrong and with a shriek he sends out 10 fireballs in your direction You narrowly escape and leap into action This time it is kill first and ask questions later He spits 10 more fire balls and then with
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