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"I am no longer here..."

The Draracle, once known as Anu, is an Ancient, one of the elder gods. He plays a crucial role throughout the events of the Lands of Lore trilogy.

BackgroundEdit

In the Golden Age, the Ancients lived apart from the world. Their powers were vast, yet they did not mettle in the business of mortals. Belial however transgressed against this restriction and soon began giving powerful weapons as gifts to the Dracoid race, thereby fostered war in the world, and the Huline were nearly wiped out before Anu stepped in. Belial would not cease his meddling, and Anu saw himself as the only way to prevent the total annihilation of the Huline race. The Ancients ultimately sentenced Belial to death. Anu was to be the executioner, however, for he had meddled as well- until this point, no Ancient has ever harmed another.

Before his execution, Belial built a vast organic mother-beast, so that he might be reborn into the world in some far, future time. All the Ancients withdrew to another plane, except for Anu, who remained behind to watch over Belial’s creation. After many, many centuries of war and chaos, the lands settled into peace once more. Humans, Huline, Dracoid, and Thomgog finally lived in peace. After many years, the right situation for the mother-beast arose, and she began her foul work. Taking power from the remaining Ancient magic in the land (unleashed when Scotia’s minions began digging up the ancient magical artifact Nether Mask from the Urbish Mines), the Beast began to reassemble Belial, creating dreadful spiders and botched versions of the dead god.

DialogueEdit

The Throne of ChaosEdit

The ChampionExcuse me, we are seeking a cure for King Richard of Gladstone.

JakelPeasants! How dare you bother the master before placing an offering!

Jakel: Go through the archway there, and place your trinket on the altar.

Approaching The Altar:

BaccataTo which trinket could he be referring?

Unacceptable (Random Item):

BaccataI think they want a different offering.

Acceptable Item (Jeweled Dagger or Silver Goblet):

BaccataSplendid! Let us go now and get the Elixir.

The ChampionWe are seeking a cure for King Richard of Gladstone.

The DraracleI am aware of that.

The Draracle: Only the Elixir of Tybal can cure Gladstone's monarch. Ingredients are everywhere, but the Elixir you seek can only be created in an ancient white tower.

Baccata: I say! Could you be a bit more specific?

JakelThe Master has spoken! If you want more information you must present another gift.

The Draracle: No! I will answer their query. Fate has condemned me to this course and along its path I must tread.

The Draracle: You must obtain four special trophies.

The DraracleFirst, you must butcher the creature whose flesh has never lived. Next, you must see the sweetness of your enemy. Your third ingredient must be collected from the deadly depths. Lastly, You will need powders taken from the heart of your mother. This has been inscribed on a scroll for you.

The Champion: Thank you.

JakelThe Master has spoken! You must leave now!

Leaving The Draracle's Cave:

Baccata: Bad luck! I presume we shall have to unravel the Draracle's riddles before we can assemble any of the ingredients.

The Champion: Let's return to Gladstone. Maybe one of the Council can figure this out.

Additional dialogue in case Lora joined the Champion's party:

LoraHi, I'm Lora, you know, from Grisbl? Where do I go now?

JakelWhen your companions are finished, you shall wait here.

The ChampionWell, so long Lora. Best of Luck to you.

LoraThank you very much for your assistance. All Grisbl owes you a debt of gratitude for leading me through those dreadful caves.

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