The daemons were no match for our heroes. As the ultrodaemon lies kneeling, pleading for his life, they strike a bargain to be led to the bottomless pit for sparing his existence. It isn’t far away, and so they jump. Soon, they find themselves on the plane of Acheron, home of Gorgu, a place where all manner of war instruments lie in a complete mess. Most are broken, some aren’t functional, but there are a few gems hidden for those scavengers brave enough to seek. With any luck, our heroes will find the Missing Eye of Gorgu, the artifact prophesied to save the multiverse!
The adventurers feel a mental pull, as if something is calling for them. “Goro, is that you? No… You’re not Him, but…. You are Them! Come and find me!” They descend into a crater filled with traps and the remains of previous looters. An uncanny sense tells them where to go, which traps to avoid, until they reach a final gate with an empty bowl linked to it. “You may not be Him, but You’ve spilt His blood, and now three are One. Quickly, offer your blood, and I will be Yours.”
The three adventurers nod to each other and slit their palms on top of the bowl. The gate magically opens, and the Missing Eye of Gorgu is found. “Finally! Through You, I will fulfill my destiny. Gorgu was a Neutral being, but when I was lost, all that remained was Chaotic Evilness. Now, I will infuse You with my power, the power of Lawful Goodness!” As the heroes rejoice, the ceiling trembles, and a thud is heard. “It seems You were just in time. Now, it’s time to save the multiverse.”
As they leave the cave, alien creatures are spotted crawling out of a landed flying ship. The aliens are dumbfounded when they realize their mental powers are worthless against the adventurers. As they hack and slash their way into the ship, tentacles and brains flying everywhere, they finally reach what appears to be the ship’s nucleus, complete with an enormous brain, its most powerful bodyguards and leaders, and a cocoon of pink, organic matter.
“I sense someone is in the cocoon” – says the eye; “We’ve come too far to fail” – say the adventurers; “Cthulhu fhtagn!”
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