Through the continued efforts of NeoWorlder’s Department of History and Natural Sciences researchers and scholars, we have commenced the translation process for the third part of the Tale of Mulgarath. This follows Mulgarath’s journey as he continues aging with the Horned Man within the beauty of the Great Medusa Forest, discovering the abyss within the soul where the Horned Man resides.
“Mulgarath, a growing orphan, had spent many years in the forest tending to the cabin in the Horned Man’s absence. His arduous labor had cultivated in him a muscular physique with broad shoulders, plenty of scars, and calluses on his hands and arms.
Additionally, his prolonged exposure to the forest’s darkness had resulted in one of his eyes turning a shade of black, enabling him to better see through the veil of the night. Unfortunately, this also gave his face a menacing look.
When the Horned Man next appeared, his demeanor had changed to nonchalance. He spoke in a guttural language rarely heard across the Lootian lands, instilling in Mulgarath a sense of curiosity and exploration. Setting out one day with the necessary provisions, he journeyed south until he reached a river, which he followed east. This eventually led him to a great wall that divided the realms he had no prior knowledge of”.
Mulgarath, a growing orphan, knew the feeling of the blackness and bleakness that could exist in such a beautiful place. We in the Lootian Department of History and Natural Sciences are working hard to continue translating and discovering the historical references that are a part of this beautiful and pristine world.