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    After seeing how many members of the community have struggled to keep up with the in-game lore, I have decided to write up a full summary of it!

    Once upon a time Dragon God Azdah gives birth to six baby Dragon Gods (Aw, how cute!), five of these later become known as the Blood Storm Gods who want to devour Telara (Okay...maybe not so cute.) and the other one is thrusted into the cosmos by a knowledge-craving Akvan Horror who then decides to take his place as a Blood Storm God. Together they are: Regulos, God of Death, Crucia, God of Air, Greenscale, God of Life, Maelforge, God of Fire, Laethys, God of Earth and Akylios, God of Water. They each have their own desires of: Extinction, Tyranny, Food, Burning Things, Wealth and Being Crazy and all rule over the respective Planes they are named for. One day, Regulos has the sudden urge to go send Telara into extinction (Why he hasn't done this with the Plane of Death isn't really explained.) and asks the other five dragons to cooperate. Of course, when they arrive they're winning the war with the Telarans, however when they decide to fight amongst themselves after learning of Regulos' plan which inconveniently contradicts all the other ones, they start losing, of course. Laethys and Maelforge form an alliance because you can burn the world and be rich at the same time, while the other four just hate each other, and of course, the Telarans beat them because of some heroes the Vigil sent in, known as: Thorvin, Amunet, Durnes, Dhiona and Dhel. They all wield the powers of the Gods and some Machinery and manage to seal five of the Blood Storm in different areas of Mathosia (Maelforge and Laethys end up in Ember Isle but it's about the same area so yea.) and Regulos ends up sent back to the Plane of Death. These heroes then vanish mysteriously (Missing information, yay!). Of course, Regulos decides to try again, this time by corrupting the mind of Aedraxis, The King of Mathosia. He succeeds and Stillmoor is lost to his new faction of Regulos' underlings, known as The Endless Court. Regulos then arrives on Telara with his legions of death and the Ward, constructed by the Vigil in the aftermath of the previous Blood Storm Wars to keep the other five dragons sealed away, collapses due to the death corruption. The Telarans then retreat to Port Scion which later gets discovered and attacked as a traitor was among them, Alsbeth, now Queen of the Endless. Aedraxis' brother Zareph is then slain in the battle and then everybody runs away. Later the Vigil decide to resurrect the mightiest of their followers as Ascended, they are then known as Guardians, their task is to drive Regulos back and prevent the inevitable release of the other dragons. However, some of the Telarans decide the Vigil should be held responsible for the Ward's destruction and the invasions of Death so they decide to take matters into their own hands by using machinery to study the Guardians and create their own artificial Ascended. About a month later Sylver Valis, head of the Defiant's R&D team, succeeds in implementing the technology of Orphiel Farwind (Some technomage or whatever from the Blood Storm Wars.) and manages to create Ascended. Unlucky for him however, Regulos is about to destroy the world, but luckily for the Defiants, a time machine was also created. This is then used to send one of the Defiants (The Player) back one month in the past (When Guardians are resurrected, which is where the Guardian Players come from) to prevent Telara's extinction. Following the events in each of the zones, the Defiants and Guardians have become BFF's and decide to co-operate in the fight at the Endless Citadel and proceed to enter the River of Souls where they defeat Alsbeth and the remaining leaders of the Endless Court. Then they go destroy Regulos' body in a ditch, THE END. Or is it? Remember earlier, in Iron Pine Peak? When Crucia, Dragon of Air and Tyranny was released from her prison? She flew off without dying right? Well yeah, you kinda have to go chase her to Dusken. The Ascended take a porticulum from near Crucia's Prison after receiving a warning from Queen Miela of Tempest Bay, and head to Brevane/Dusken (Depends which one you choose first) to stop Crucia's plans to destroy Tempest Bay and rule the world with her Storm Legion. Over in Brevane, it's been decades since the destruction of the Brevanic City, home of the Brevanians, when Crucia, with her mind-controlling powers, lured a traveller known as Salvarola into overloading the Empyrean Core. Salvarola and the mutated citizens of Brevane are now roaming the ruins of the city under Crucia's control (which apparently lasts even while she's imprisoned.). Over in Dusken you see the third return of Regulos (Oh great...) who has now created flesh-woven creatures known as Shapers who apparently weave flesh together as well, into even more Shapers and disgusting statues (Bleh!). By the time you reach Morban it turns out the armies of Regulos and Crucia are fighting for the Nexus Key, the device that activates the Tempest Engine, created by the Storm Legion to destroy Tempest Bay and the Shapers. Crucia leaves Kain in the Shapers' Citadel with the Nexus Key, while Kain retreats. The Ascended then go to Frozen Tempest, defeat the Storm Legion and kill Crucia, preventing her Tempest Engine from being unleashed on Telara. But during this time Tempest Bay is attacked anyhow and a load of Ascended die regardless, and at the approximate time when Crucia is defeated, Queen Miela's body is taken over by her and she then escapes. This also means the Shapers are spared, so they then go to Endless Eclipse and kill Kain and the remains of the Shapers, oh and then Regulos tries to crossover to the mortal world with his new shaper body, but then the Ascended kill him too (Permanently this time!). We done yet? Nope. Turns out the Architects in Ashora who were mind-controlled ain't as stupid as they look, as they regain their senses from Crucia's mind control when she's finally killed, they then proceed to preparing the Infinity Gate they were building while mind-controlled to open a gateway to the Planebreaker Bastion on their own home plane. Here Inyr'Kta, earlier known as Iny'ra, one of the leaders of the Awakened and now a Queen of the Architects, is preparing an enormous machine known as Planebreaker Abominus. The Ascended slay the Architects and Volan (Where the heck did he come from!?) and secure the Infinity Gate, then proceed into the Bastion, slaying more Architects and Proteus, then proceed to kill Inyr'Kta. Then Abominus starts powering up so they kill the Council of Overseers and Abominus himself. Done now? Not yet. Now some sinister Goddess of Fate (Skipping Song of Dreams content, didn't do it myself) has planned for time to be altered, and for Telara to end by the original invasion of the Dragons. The Ascended then go around the original places the Dragons were sealed at, and seal them again. Oh and Fate + her friend Tyshe show up with some of the Dragons and end up being beaten too. Done! Kidding. After that some nightmares and stuff pop up in Shimmersand, Ascended investigate, turns out there's a bunch of Nightmares from Telaran minds forming in the Plane of Water and they really wanna kill the Telarans. Ascended now go to the Plane of Water, starting out in Goboro Reef where the Bloodfire Army have attacked and Draum, the Moon, is stirring. Bloodfire have received some cool devices called Oculons from some unknown source and Lady Glasya, daughter of the King of the Throne of Fire, decides to take her army and rule the Plane of Water. Atragarians ask Ascended for help, a Skelf known as Finric befriends the Player (With a dark prophecy ahead of him.) Ascended fight back against them and drive Glasya and Admiral Nezevar back to Gyel Fortress. They then go in and kill them (Didn't see that coming did you!?). Oh and there were some Akvan, but they didn't do anything special, they just died, there's also the Ghar, Telarans whose Scions found a path into the Plane of Water centuries ago, but had no wish to leave, which ended up annoying the Pelagic Order, the dreams that protected the Plane of Water. . Ascended now go to Draumheim, City of Dreams (In physical forms called Onir) and it turns out the city has been overrun by Nightmares, led by Lord Arak and Demogos, the Avatar(s) of Nightmares. Kondraum, the manifestation of Draum and his Daughter, Princess Mala, request the help of the Ascended to fight back against Arak. Arak then decides to create several powerful nightmares using his Nightmare Engine, they are the six Extinctions, copies of the Blood Storm Gods (Oh boy, I bet you're all excited that Regulos is going to get beaten for the fourth time...). After four of those are beaten, it turns out the Extinction of Sanity A.K.A. Akylios Nightmare, has decided to be a nice guy and leave everyone alone. Then the Ascended kill Regulos three more times after interrupting a nightmare marriage between Zareph and Alsbeth (IS HE REALLY DEAD NOW? IS HE!?). Finric then tells of his aspirations to become Rhen and takes the Player to Tarken Glacier, a Glacier on the edge of the cosmos (Making sense?). Here there are beings known as Sharax, Ice Giants who once served "The Gods" (Azdah and Co.? The Vigil?). Whoever that might be, they don't like them, so they decide to plan for the annihilation of every universe in the cosmos by summoning Matrodraum, Devourer of Worlds and the Ultimate Nightmare (Totally not harsh!), along with the assistance of the Akvan, who serve Matrodraum. Ascended end up assisting the Skelf Pilgrims in defeating Shaghi (Who are pretty much weaker versions of Skelfs) and the Sharax/Akvan Alliance and their leaders Bulf, Threngar and the now rogue Cosmologist Mann from Ghar Station Tau. After that, it turns out an alternate reality has appeared, where Finric has followed the dark prophecy and become the Rhen of Fate, who threatens the cosmos (Somehow.). Ascended kill him and his underlings, the end. They then proceed to Mount Sharax, where it turns out the Sharax are still trying to summon Martrodraum, and sort of succeeding (Uh oh.). They then fight again and defeat Bulf, now Herald of the End, then the Warmasters of the Sharax who end up summoning Izkinra, the Dragon God of Ice that got tossed into the Cosmos by Akylios at the beginning of the story, they then defeat the Yrlwalach and finally face Threngar, leader of the Sharax. After his defeat, he summons Martrodraum, then dies, leaving the Ascended to fight Martrodraum and kill him, which leaves us waiting for the next RIFT Expansion. THE END. (Not kidding this time.).


    Hope you enjoyed, leave some feedback below if I missed anything that was mentioned (or just to tell me how good you thought it was, that's cool too.), anything that is missing I will add some subheadings since it's not necessarily part of the main story (E.g. Mathosia Zones and Brevane Story).

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    wtf... i thought this was spam at first.

    use some bleeding whitespace.

    NOT gonna read that unless you fix it first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookiez217 View Post
    After seeing how many members of the community have struggled to keep up with the in-game lore, I have decided to write up a full summary of it!

    Once upon a time Dragon God Azdah gives birth to six baby Dragon Gods (Aw, how cute!), five of these later become known as the Blood Storm Gods who want to devour Telara (Okay...maybe not so cute.) and the other one is thrusted into the cosmos by a knowledge-craving Akvan Horror who then decides to take his place as a Blood Storm God. Together they are: Regulos, God of Death, Crucia, God of Air, Greenscale, God of Life, Maelforge, God of Fire, Laethys, God of Earth and Akylios, God of Water. They each have their own desires of: Extinction, Tyranny, Food, Burning Things, Wealth and Being Crazy and all rule over the respective Planes they are named for.

    One day, Regulos has the sudden urge to go send Telara into extinction (Why he hasn't done this with the Plane of Death isn't really explained.) and asks the other five dragons to cooperate. Of course, when they arrive they're winning the war with the Telarans, however when they decide to fight amongst themselves after learning of Regulos' plan which inconveniently contradicts all the other ones, they start losing, of course. Laethys and Maelforge form an alliance because you can burn the world and be rich at the same time, while the other four just hate each other, and of course, the Telarans beat them because of some heroes the Vigil sent in, known as: Thorvin, Amunet, Durnes, Dhiona and Dhel. They all wield the powers of the Gods and some Machinery and manage to seal five of the Blood Storm in different areas of Mathosia (Maelforge and Laethys end up in Ember Isle but it's about the same area so yea.) and Regulos ends up sent back to the Plane of Death. These heroes then vanish mysteriously (Missing information, yay!).

    Of course, Regulos decides to try again, this time by corrupting the mind of Aedraxis, The King of Mathosia. He succeeds and Stillmoor is lost to his new faction of Regulos' underlings, known as The Endless Court. Regulos then arrives on Telara with his legions of death and the Ward, constructed by the Vigil in the aftermath of the previous Blood Storm Wars to keep the other five dragons sealed away, collapses due to the death corruption. The Telarans then retreat to Port Scion which later gets discovered and attacked as a traitor was among them, Alsbeth, now Queen of the Endless. Aedraxis' brother Zareph is then slain in the battle and then everybody runs away. Later the Vigil decide to resurrect the mightiest of their followers as Ascended, they are then known as Guardians, their task is to drive Regulos back and prevent the inevitable release of the other dragons. However, some of the Telarans decide the Vigil should be held responsible for the Ward's destruction and the invasions of Death so they decide to take matters into their own hands by using machinery to study the Guardians and create their own artificial Ascended. About a month later Sylver Valis, head of the Defiant's R&D team, succeeds in implementing the technology of Orphiel Farwind (Some technomage or whatever from the Blood Storm Wars.) and manages to create Ascended. Unlucky for him however, Regulos is about to destroy the world, but luckily for the Defiants, a time machine was also created. This is then used to send one of the Defiants (The Player) back one month in the past (When Guardians are resurrected, which is where the Guardian Players come from) to prevent Telara's extinction.

    Following the events in each of the zones, the Defiants and Guardians have become BFF's and decide to co-operate in the fight at the Endless Citadel and proceed to enter the River of Souls where they defeat Alsbeth and the remaining leaders of the Endless Court. Then they go destroy Regulos' body in a ditch, THE END.

    Or is it? Remember earlier, in Iron Pine Peak? When Crucia, Dragon of Air and Tyranny was released from her prison? She flew off without dying right? Well yeah, you kinda have to go chase her to Dusken. The Ascended take a porticulum from near Crucia's Prison after receiving a warning from Queen Miela of Tempest Bay, and head to Brevane/Dusken (Depends which one you choose first) to stop Crucia's plans to destroy Tempest Bay and rule the world with her Storm Legion. Over in Brevane, it's been decades since the destruction of the Brevanic City, home of the Brevanians, when Crucia, with her mind-controlling powers, lured a traveller known as Salvarola into overloading the Empyrean Core. Salvarola and the mutated citizens of Brevane are now roaming the ruins of the city under Crucia's control (which apparently lasts even while she's imprisoned.). Over in Dusken you see the third return of Regulos (Oh great...) who has now created flesh-woven creatures known as Shapers who apparently weave flesh together as well, into even more Shapers and disgusting statues (Bleh!). By the time you reach Morban it turns out the armies of Regulos and Crucia are fighting for the Nexus Key, the device that activates the Tempest Engine, created by the Storm Legion to destroy Tempest Bay and the Shapers. Crucia leaves Kain in the Shapers' Citadel with the Nexus Key, while Kain retreats. The Ascended then go to Frozen Tempest, defeat the Storm Legion and kill Crucia, preventing her Tempest Engine from being unleashed on Telara. But during this time Tempest Bay is attacked anyhow and a load of Ascended die regardless, and at the approximate time when Crucia is defeated, Queen Miela's body is taken over by her and she then escapes. This also means the Shapers are spared, so they then go to Endless Eclipse and kill Kain and the remains of the Shapers, oh and then Regulos tries to crossover to the mortal world with his new shaper body, but then the Ascended kill him too (Permanently this time!). We done yet? Nope.

    Turns out the Architects in Ashora who were mind-controlled ain't as stupid as they look, as they regain their senses from Crucia's mind control when she's finally killed, they then proceed to preparing the Infinity Gate they were building while mind-controlled to open a gateway to the Planebreaker Bastion on their own home plane. Here Inyr'Kta, earlier known as Iny'ra, one of the leaders of the Awakened and now a Queen of the Architects, is preparing an enormous machine known as Planebreaker Abominus. The Ascended slay the Architects and Volan (Where the heck did he come from!?) and secure the Infinity Gate, then proceed into the Bastion, slaying more Architects and Proteus, then proceed to kill Inyr'Kta. Then Abominus starts powering up so they kill the Council of Overseers and Abominus himself. Done now? Not yet. Now some sinister Goddess of Fate (Skipping Song of Dreams content, didn't do it myself) has planned for time to be altered, and for Telara to end by the original invasion of the Dragons. The Ascended then go around the original places the Dragons were sealed at, and seal them again. Oh and Fate + her friend Tyshe show up with some of the Dragons and end up being beaten too. Done! Kidding.

    After that some nightmares and stuff pop up in Shimmersand, Ascended investigate, turns out there's a bunch of Nightmares from Telaran minds forming in the Plane of Water and they really wanna kill the Telarans. Ascended now go to the Plane of Water, starting out in Goboro Reef where the Bloodfire Army have attacked and Draum, the Moon, is stirring. Bloodfire have received some cool devices called Oculons from some unknown source and Lady Glasya, daughter of the King of the Throne of Fire, decides to take her army and rule the Plane of Water. Atragarians ask Ascended for help, a Skelf known as Finric befriends the Player (With a dark prophecy ahead of him.) Ascended fight back against them and drive Glasya and Admiral Nezevar back to Gyel Fortress. They then go in and kill them (Didn't see that coming did you!?). Oh and there were some Akvan, but they didn't do anything special, they just died, there's also the Ghar, Telarans whose Scions found a path into the Plane of Water centuries ago, but had no wish to leave, which ended up annoying the Pelagic Order, the dreams that protected the Plane of Water.

    Ascended now go to Draumheim, City of Dreams (In physical forms called Onir) and it turns out the city has been overrun by Nightmares, led by Lord Arak and Demogos, the Avatar(s) of Nightmares. Kondraum, the manifestation of Draum and his Daughter, Princess Mala, request the help of the Ascended to fight back against Arak. Arak then decides to create several powerful nightmares using his Nightmare Engine, they are the six Extinctions, copies of the Blood Storm Gods (Oh boy, I bet you're all excited that Regulos is going to get beaten for the fourth time...). After four of those are beaten, it turns out the Extinction of Sanity A.K.A. Akylios Nightmare, has decided to be a nice guy and leave everyone alone. Then the Ascended kill Regulos three more times after interrupting a nightmare marriage between Zareph and Alsbeth (IS HE REALLY DEAD NOW? IS HE!?).

    Finric then tells of his aspirations to become Rhen and takes the Player to Tarken Glacier, a Glacier on the edge of the cosmos (Making sense?). Here there are beings known as Sharax, Ice Giants who once served "The Gods" (Azdah and Co.? The Vigil?). Whoever that might be, they don't like them, so they decide to plan for the annihilation of every universe in the cosmos by summoning Matrodraum, Devourer of Worlds and the Ultimate Nightmare (Totally not harsh!), along with the assistance of the Akvan, who serve Matrodraum. Ascended end up assisting the Skelf Pilgrims in defeating Shaghi (Who are pretty much weaker versions of Skelfs) and the Sharax/Akvan Alliance and their leaders Bulf, Threngar and the now rogue Cosmologist Mann from Ghar Station Tau. After that, it turns out an alternate reality has appeared, where Finric has followed the dark prophecy and become the Rhen of Fate, who threatens the cosmos (Somehow.). Ascended kill him and his underlings, the end.

    They then proceed to Mount Sharax, where it turns out the Sharax are still trying to summon Martrodraum, and sort of succeeding (Uh oh.). They then fight again and defeat Bulf, now Herald of the End, then the Warmasters of the Sharax who end up summoning Izkinra, the Dragon God of Ice that got tossed into the Cosmos by Akylios at the beginning of the story, they then defeat the Yrlwalach and finally face Threngar, leader of the Sharax. After his defeat, he summons Martrodraum, then dies, leaving the Ascended to fight Martrodraum and kill him, which leaves us waiting for the next RIFT Expansion. THE END. (Not kidding this time.).


    Hope you enjoyed, leave some feedback below if I missed anything that was mentioned (or just to tell me how good you thought it was, that's cool too.), anything that is missing I will add some subheadings since it's not necessarily part of the main story (E.g. Mathosia Zones and Brevane Story).
    Sorry, my bad. Hope it's readable as not spam now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookiez217 View Post
    Sorry, my bad. Hope it's readable as not spam now!
    much better. I had almost flagged it as spam, then I saw finric being mentioned. then i stopped, read a few lines and got hit by a huge headache >.<

    its easier to read now.

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    Very much enjoyed this. Thanks for taking the time and making it funny at the same time

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    Quote Originally Posted by TehBigCarp View Post
    Very much enjoyed this. Thanks for taking the time and making it funny at the same time
    No problem, I just wanted to share the Lore that people were quite confused on, since a lot of people seem uncertain what happened before the game starts and about the Bindings of Blood Lore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookiez217 View Post
    Following the events in each of the zones, the Defiants and Guardians have become BFF's and decide to co-operate...
    If Guardians are BFFs with the unbelievers, then why do feasts prepared by Defiants in open world raids want to fight? Not that I would trust Photek's cooking anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDoomgiver View Post
    much better. I had almost flagged it as spam, then I saw finric being mentioned. then i stopped, read a few lines and got hit by a huge headache >.<

    its easier to read now.
    Headaches will occur when you read something that's ridiculously long, when I wrote this out formally the introductory parts actually took as long as the entire thing did, lucky you I didn't stick with that one :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seonronpeth View Post
    If Guardians are BFFs with the unbelievers, then why do feasts prepared by Defiants in open world raids want to fight? Not that I would trust Photek's cooking anyway.
    Think I forgot to add some brackets for that bit, they're BFF's in name, that's good enough to kill dragons apparently. As for feasts attacking you, well, that's what happens when you cook meals with technomagi equipment!

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    Small corrections: the dragons were defeated and sealed by multiple groups of heroes. You only named the ones that defeated green scale, in the broken timeline from the bindings - though I can't remember from that story chain who wasn't supposed to be there and who was missing.

    Laethys was actually sealed away under shimmersand, in charmer's caldera, her remains and/or gold in general were smuggled to ember isle so she could be reborn/freed, and also participate in a lot of the nasty with maelforge.

    On the breaking of the ward: I don't believe this actually happened until alsbeths betrayal, when <some cool magitech device> was tampered with or malfunctioned. The original "Shade" event which was the guardian starting area/time period, to my knowledge either didn't break the ward, or it was repaired by the gods right afterwards.

    Some of this may need confirmation (like does bindings of blood actually rewrite that history in our timeline) especially the parts in the guardian starting area which I only played through once.

    I think there's also a bit of lore that could be pulled from the free march/jakub/iron tomb story, in addition to basically all the original experts, which sorta linked together most of alsbeths tale. In general you may have glossed over both the life saga and the death saga.

    Not a bad job though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caldern View Post
    Small corrections: the dragons were defeated and sealed by multiple groups of heroes. You only named the ones that defeated green scale, in the broken timeline from the bindings - though I can't remember from that story chain who wasn't supposed to be there and who was missing.

    Laethys was actually sealed away under shimmersand, in charmer's caldera, her remains and/or gold in general were smuggled to ember isle so she could be reborn/freed, and also participate in a lot of the nasty with maelforge.

    On the breaking of the ward: I don't believe this actually happened until alsbeths betrayal, when <some cool magitech device> was tampered with or malfunctioned. The original "Shade" event which was the guardian starting area/time period, to my knowledge either didn't break the ward, or it was repaired by the gods right afterwards.

    Some of this may need confirmation (like does bindings of blood actually rewrite that history in our timeline) especially the parts in the guardian starting area which I only played through once.

    I think there's also a bit of lore that could be pulled from the free march/jakub/iron tomb story, in addition to basically all the original experts, which sorta linked together most of alsbeths tale. In general you may have glossed over both the life saga and the death saga.

    Not a bad job though.
    You'll find those additionals you mentioned in my later threads, including the Life and Death Saga, I'm just kinda not feeling up to writing 4 hours straight to sum up ALL OF IT together, it'll bore people to death too. Made a second one a few moments ago actually. Also I did notice I was being somewhat lazy with the hero names, I had to look in-game to find them, though from my recollections some of the heroes were at multiple Dragon bindings, not exactly certain of it though.
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    Another correction - the timeline of the Guardians banishing Regulos after the fall of Aedraxis is 20 years in the past (now 24 since the game launched), while the Defiants' timeline (culminating in sending someone back to the past) is 20 years in the future... not just one month.

    The Guardians are brought forward 20 years in time, the Defiants sent back 20 years in time, and they meet in the present. (And the storyline has now advanced four years.)

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    Where do you find the lore in-game about this dragon god Azdah giving birth to the blood storm dragons?
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    Nice one thanks for this.

    Bit curious at the ending; We kill Yrlwalach, the final boss of Mount Sharax,
    Then you say we defeat Threngar? Is this another boss fight or does he kinda just die?
    And Martrodraum, he gets summoned right there and we kill him too, right there and then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meowy View Post
    Where do you find the lore in-game about this dragon god Azdah giving birth to the blood storm dragons?
    If I recall that was in Song of Dreams, you listen to a bunch of really long poems from some tablets or whatever I think. It also has information on the Akvan and various Nightmare Tide things.

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