Adventure Book #1 Part 4
It All Comes Down To This
After travelling from Venis to Kahira to the lost city of Du-En, Steven and William are confronted with a mystical cave that is supposed to contain the heart of Volent, a meteorite that allegedly grants powers of godhood. This is the final battleground of our adventure, where we and several other serious raiders are in a deadly competition to obtain inifinite power. Who can we trust? How many times will we die on our way through the cave? Find out in this episode.
|Part 1 Can We Survive the Frozen Sahara?|
|Part 2 Another Attempt at Attaining the Mystical Meteorite|
|Part 3 Stock up on Food and Weapons or Die!|
|Part 4 It All Comes Down To This|
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