Anywhere dangerous is good with me!1
Whoa-oa-oa! I feel good, I knew that I would now.. I feel nice!!1
It wasn't all that difficult to understand.1
Ok, I'll tell you what I think happened.1
There once was a high priest of some crazy religion called Klenter.1
No no. The high priest was called Klenter and he was the high priest of Icthlarin, god of the dead.1
He dies, and a struggle starts for his soul.1
Another god - the Devourer - wants to destroy his soul because she has some dispute with Icthlarin. So she takes on the guise of a human.1
Very good. Now she needs help in getting Klenter's soul so she tricks some gullible fool into helping her.1
Well she's the god of destruction. If she had a priest or a temple or anything she would just destroy it.1
Because of my kind.1
We have other powers, not clear to you. Anyway I'm moving away from the story.1
The wanderer recruits your help by hypnotising you. Do you remember that?1
Because of me.1
Cats are the only things that can open the pyramid's door, so she needed an adventurer with one.1
So you entered the pyramid with me - under her mind control - and stole a canopic jar containing an organ belonging to Klenter.1
You then started to return with the jar to the Devourer, but as a sting on the tail she made you plant one of her symbols in the ceremonial room of the pyramid. You then tried to flee the pyramid but1
Icthlarin appeared just as you reached the exit.1
Yes %USERNAME%. Well he either broke the devourer's hold on you or else Klenter did.1
He was, and still is. Ok, Icthlarin summoned Klenter's soul to torment you into returning the jar, the end result was that you were freed from the devourer's grasp.1
You then bumbled around for a bit and returned the jar, discovered that the high priest still hadn't completed the final ceremony so you got him all the bits and pieces.1
And the rest is simple enough to piece together.1
You say the sweetest things. Hiss.1