Ending D - Choice Dialogues

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Ending D allows you to go through a series of choices that, while they don't impact the overall ending, are a filler on what your Player Characters' actions will shape the world into.

Ending Dialogue

New God: "The only place where I can truly be free, are my dreams."

"In the vast open plains of this netherworld, I hold no burden over the worries of my past life."

"Of course this is a flawed logic..."

"One should not bind oneself to a set location, one should be able to wander the world like a wind."

"But even gods are allowed to have flaws, no?"


As time will pass, will you tell people about your monumental achievement and share your gospel?

How you passed through all the hardships the dungeons laid before you and about your eventual ascension?

Choice 1

  • Share the gospel:
    • Stories about your fabled endeavors are passed to people of all ages. Your tales inspire many in the times to come from children to elderly.
  • Live in silence:
    • Your story is left unspoken and unsung. There are rumors here and there but for the most part, the era of the new gods started to diminish with your ascension.

Regardless of which choice you picked...

In the coming era, mankind is at the brink of chaos. Diseases run wild and kingdoms wage war with hundreds of thousands of casualties on all fronts, both women and children included. You would have the power to interrupt and potentially stop this. You have the strength to stop the mindless killing. But that would require you to step out of the plain of this void... Instead, you could try to affect mankind through religion and beliefs. Affecting the whole culture means slow change and its effects don't save those in immediate peril, but religion might have more long-lasting effects.

Choice 2

  • Save mankind with your strength:
  • Influence people through religion:

There are 4 routes the Player can take, depending on the choices they picked:

Share The Gospel + Save Mankind with your strength

You leave your golden throne to disrupt the ongoing wars. With overwhelming strength you crush entire armies that stand in your way. Kings and sultans of the time are left in terror before your power.

Once you are done with your rage, mankind is left in a state of chaos. Common people got no one to turn onto and thus they seek safety from smaller tribes and communes.

By meddling with mankind, you ended up halting the technological and cultural progress. People are also less self-imposed because of relying on gods in the past.

The civilizations is back to iron age-like structure where physical strength is the only thing that matters.

You watch other deities and gods fall around you one by one as men revolt against old world order.

However, your gospel back in the day was so strong that people remember it loud and clear.

Your legacy had only grown stronger with you crushing the warring kingdoms before the chaos began.

Men fear you.

You are known as the fierce god and because there are no other gods left to rival your power, you become the one and only god despite your strength being limited to that of a new god...

Live in silence + Save Mankind with your strength

You leave your golden throne to disrupt the ongoing wars. With overwhelming strength you crush entire armies that stand in your way. Kings and sultans of the time are left in terror before your power.

Once you are done with your rage, mankind is left in a state of chaos. Common people got no one to turn onto and thus they seek safety from smaller tribes and communes.

By meddling with mankind, you ended up halting the technological and cultural progress. People are also less self-imposed because of relying on gods in the past.

The civilizations is back to iron age-like structure where physical strength is the only thing that matters.

The harsh times breed harsh men. Mankind is physically in its peak condition because of the warring tribes.

Because there is no centralized civilization, creating a strong uniform religion proves to be difficult.

With all new understanding of morals and customs, people riot against the gods of older times.

You manage to withstand against the oncoming forces for some time, but eventually among mankind there appears a successor to your reign.

You are beheaded and your mutilated torso is put on display. You become a symbol of old and in this way you are remembered even in coming centuries...

Share The Gospel + Influence people through religion

Slowly in times of despair, people start to turn to your religion in hopes for salvation.

Many are killed and every new victim feeds the ongoing plague and destruction. This age would be known as the dark age in the history books, but your light would become an important factor in the survival of civilizations.

You are known to men as the merciful god. New deities and false apostles rise as decades go by, but the foundation you laid during the dark age made you the pillar of morals for centuries to come.

Even if your power is limited to that of the new gods, your legacy would eventually rival that of older gods...

Live in silence + Influence people through religion

Sadly only few people find their way to your teachings because of your relatively less-known status.

At best, you manage to form a cult around your religion. But because anyone who follows you is condemned as heretic in these times of great peril and prejudice, your followers resort to dark arts and dubious methods in order to survive.

Centuries later you still manage to hang onto your cult status. However, generations of degenerative methods inside your cult has lead it becoming very notorious around modern religions.

You are considered far from the most notable gods and generally your followers are spit upon of the city streets.

With your legacy dying, so does your strength. You are dethroned as time goes on by the new generation of new gods.

You are forgotten in the sands of time...

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