Through the continued effort of all the researchers and scholars here at the Lootian Department of History and Natural sciences, we have started the translation process for the fourth part of the Tale of Mulgarath. He continues his path to his destiny, exploring the forest and remembering what he had left behind.
Lost and Reminiscence
Mulgarath followed the wall west of Mt. Ares, staying away from the main paths as he mistrusted the people who had just abandoned him in the forest to die. Now, alone and away from his familiar forest, he was constantly riddled with dread and terror, but this was not enough to
override his desire to push forward. “Forward to what?” is the question he kept asking himself as he felt intentionless. He almost felt as though he was possessed by his drive and taken prisoner by his ambition.
After trekking through the foothills around Mt. Ares for some time, he came to Mt. Hercules and started to explore the mountain range. While skirting around the Medusa Forest, he noticed areas he remembered from childhood with the strange horned man whose name he never knew. Mulgarath would sneak through the passes and make his way through the mountains, doing his best to avoid the Dwarves who, despite being there to make their machines and ornate armor, walked around as though they owned the mountains and forest, having no respect for any other beings that inhabited the land. Mulgarath started to explore and enrich his understanding of the world. He would begin to appreciate the world beyond the Great Medusa Forest.
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in the Lootian Department of History and Natural Sciences are working hard to continue translating and discovering the historical references that are a part of this beautiful and pristine world.
A prisoner of ambition…beautiful. Mulgarath is breaking the bonds of the past by seeking peace through exploration and ambition.