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    "Once ye venture forward into the realms of the Deceased, thy soul shalt be afforded no ward against the evils within. Know that thy fate shall be decided by thy knowledge of my inscriptions." <BR>"You have irrevocably stepped into a path you must complete or die in the attempt. No succour shall be given to thee! I, Yoshen Zi-Shinouken will tell you the tale of my kindred." <BR>"I came from the Unknown Lands to the East, my family and I, purely on accident. I had heard rumors of a land beyond the Great Sea, but never sought them until one day..." <BR>"I sailed across the sea only due to the favor of the Wind, who feels all. The voyage was easy. Many of my people had died in the rough seas which are infested with pirates and other unknown creatures in the depths. At last i landed in a place I heard called by the primitive inhabitants as "Myr-den Hamen."<BR>"I was greeted by a man called 'Sedgeway'. He seemed advanced and cunning for the primitives I saw around him. His ways were nothing like those of my Homeland. We have great warriors and men of cunning, but none whose minds run free like the wild beast. He lacked the topknot of the Restrained Fist or the long tresses of the Ancestral Animators which I personally possessed."<BR>"I had dinner with him and his family. His wife was a native, and i was now growing more certain that he was not. I coddled his child on my knee, and after dinner, took him out and showed him the ways of the blade in accordance with the customs of my People. He showed great aptitude, and I have him my Sword of Diamond as a result."<BR>"In retrospect, Sedgeway must have had his eyes the whole time upon my riches. My family and I were staying at an inn with a depiction of a serpent; the inn was new and the proprietor, Hervan, was eager to have foreigners test out his beds. I woke up in the middle of the night and heard muffled screams. My wife and child were gone."<BR>"SEDGEWAY! I vowed on the graves of my ancestors that I would end him. I walked onto the street and Sedgeway, framed in torchlight, commanded me to give up all of my ancestral possessions to him. He sounded more compelling with his knife at my wife's neck."<BR>"The Ancestral Animators do not give up their secrets to the unworthy, no matter the cost. Though we deal with the dead, we do not serve Evil. Rather, I contorted with fury, grasped my ancient scepter from my side and raised it with two hands... Watashi wa yuumei o negawanai! Mou Benedictum-domo ni wa nanimo tanomu-mai!!"<BR>"A dark wave erupted from my staff, and before it reached Sedgeway, he slit the throats of my wife and child. He collapsed immediately afterward, and his body began to quickly decompose. I was innured to this and focused on the battle around me, for indeed, men surrounded me from either side. Never again would those men underestimate the power of the the East."<BR>"There were seventeen foes before me. I spun my staff in a wide arc and smote the two before me. As the rest charged me, I quickly incanted, and the two dead rose to greet the onslaught. I vaulted into the air and levitated above the horde. I cast such spells as to give my resurrected champions strength unimaginable."<BR>"As my ghouls ripped my assailants apart, my staff also rained contagion upon their mortal bodies until none were left. I removed the souls of the two men i had animated, and turned to Sedgeway. His fate would be inutterable. Had I just a Monk of Light with me from my Homeland, my family would have been salvagable... but THIS MAN had slaughtered them and deterred aid until their bodies had already lost the spark of Life."<BR>"As my initial spell took hold of Sedgeway, he stiffened and groaned. I had given him the immense power he desired, and all the riches he could want. He had died, and his soul had departed. His mind was still stuck in a shell of everlasting power and everlasting agony. The only way for him to be released is..."<BR>"He must encounter a judge knowledgeable in the events of his misconduct, and then must repent his wrongs. The judge may then release him from his cursed life."<BR>"So now, as I shut the once-man of evil in his crypt, I know that I shall find a way back across the sea, never to return to this cursed land. May the barbarous people here never find us, nor discover our secrets before they are ready. I, Yoshen Zi-Shinouken, now take my leave."<BR>