Jun 042011
 

Deep in the Realm of Torment, in Abaddon’s Gate is a newly discovered area named “the Heart of Abaddon”. There we befriended a new ally named Razah, a being from the Mists who was bound there by Abaddon. In my haste to rescue him, I didn’t take note of our surroundings. So in this entry, I asked some friends of mine to accompany Razah and myself to fully explore it. Several days have passed, so I hope that Razah will open up a bit more to us. I can’t imagine what it would be like to be imprisoned here, but I certainly wouldn’t want to go back.


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May 202011
 

Taking on the four Lords of Anguish was rough, but now S. Strongarm and I had to bring down an even greater force. Of course we couldn’t just walk up to the citadel and catch Mallyx off guard. Our friend High Priest Zhellix had to recite a ritual that would force the gates to Mallyx open. While this went on, we had to fight back a seemingly endless wave of enemies. Although without much guidance, these last creatures of torment didn’t pose much of a threat. They came at us in disorganized, small groups; just the right size for us to deal with!


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May 182011
 

Through my friends in the Order of Whispers, I learned that in the Chantry of Secrets a statue of Kormir was erected. By the statue I noticed a familiar face, my old friend S. Strongarm. Next to him was Kormir’s avatar: Seer of Truth. She told us that the remaining Margonites have gathered in the Domain of Anguish and it is up to us to destroy them and finally bring an end to the remnants of Abaddon’s power. With my friend Strongarm at my side, we accepted Kormir’s challenge and once again returned to the Realm of Torment to set things right.


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May 062011
 

Left with no alternative, it was time to confront Abaddon and stop him. Along with other adventurers, the whole ordeal took some time. First, we had to destroy the summoned monoliths, and when we got a chance to attack the god, our efforts didn’t do much to injure him greatly. But over time our efforts were enough to bring him down.


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