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They're in Dorngard, a highly affluent city controlled by the church of the death god, hence the spooky security guards. Ryn just stepped up to a death knight about to punish the head priest of the church of Val for preaching the gospel of Val in the streets, something that the worshippers of Brogg are somewhat against.

Saul is slowly bleeding to death in the wagon with mystery man, which Reejo has taken inside the temple of Val for treatment.

Shinya is looking on in disbelief as Ryn incites the citizens to riot.

I'm not sure what Kisara's doing.

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Bhaal? Yay, Baldur's Gate!!

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Bhaal? Where?

*Has not yet beaten Diablo 2*

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***Note to Mr_D: wrong RPG. I'm talking about Baldur's Gate, which I mentioned in my above post***

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I know, but he was in Diablo 2 as well if I recall correctly.

In any case, why suddenly come out with:
Bhaal? Yay, Baldur's Gate!!
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You're thinking Baal. I'm thinking Bhaal, Lord of Murder from D&D, who spawned a score of mortal proginy intended on being the fuel for his rebirth.

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Ah. Not related to the biblical Baal at all?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baal

Though still. Why?

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In the mythological context, Baal is the ruler of the dead. In the Diablo reference, he is one of the three prime evils and lord of Destruction. in the D&D reference, he is the fallen lord of death and murder, NOT the dead, but death itself.

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*Sigh* Just me then. No Raye. No Xyster. No Magus. Just me.

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Yep. Just me. *Whistles to himself*

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:rofl:

Don't worry... just wait another week and I'll be there. I'm free as of June.

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Am I supposed to want to punch Saul? Because I do. I really, really do.

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