The Message - Act II, Scene V
Primos, Diegu, Death

Emperor Primos:
No matter what I do
This craving never seems to fade
Death made me envy him
The aching wore my patience thin
I thrive on my rage
The hours seemed days as I thought:
"Yes... Death is a Godsend,
for power sooths my pain..."

You can't say you're healing
It's ought to feel nice... pretty good
To see all those beneath you
Blaming their God - instead of you

Primos you've been fooled
You're Dreath's recruit - merely a tool
He promised you a cure
To fix the void inside your soul...

Alas... this isn't so
Your mind has been tricked by the
Serpent's tongue
You've merely become what he'd
seen in you:
A pawn of Death

Emperor Primos:
You think I'm so naive?
No - Death won't trick me!
But why do I feel strange?
I seem to hesitate

A voice inside my head
Why won't it leave me be?
I feel... I know...

Primos you've been fooled
You're Death's recruit - merely a tool
He promised you a cure
To fix the void inside your soul

A heart corrupted by evil

Emperor Primos:
I can't let go... It's like I'm not in

Believe... you have the strength to break free...

Emperor Primos:
I'm ashamed of what I became
throughout the years

Know this:
there is no fate
but what we make for ourselves
all can change
when the mind is the heart
be one in body and soul
Go back - to the moment you chose
your dark ways
Go back and relive all those moments
of fear
Relinquish yourself from the chains of
the past
And you'll be freed from Death

Primos - don't you dare betray me
Diegu tells you nothing lies

Think of the man
I have let you become
I gave you life - through me you've
I gave you all - when nothing was left
but dust

I was the one who offered you
A chance to see it all anew
I gave you might beyond compare
I will avenge myself - I swear

Oh, it has been a burden to carry

Emperor Primos:
I will learn...
to med the future I shattered

What lies ahead...
where do you wish to begin?

Emperor Primos:
Lead the way,
I wish to speak to Aveline

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