Marai: The Long Dark
Good for One Thing Only
I’m lost. The effects of the dream still linger. I can barely remember what I did the past few years, and I certainly don’t know where I’m going. I have to trust Connor, and hope I can pick up enough to get by. It’s frustrating and a little humiliating. Right now, there’s not much I can contribute besides a strong arm and an axe.
Just point me and tell me what to kill.
But…well, that was quite a night with Kol. I have to admit that there’s one thing I’m good at. And she did tell me a few things. The world has to be in trouble if a god is scared. And she said that fate no longer exists. We’re on our own. Connor may have had no choice in the past, but not anymore. Saving the Naktu changed the game. Now, no one knows what will happen. We all learn at the same time as life happens, even the gods.
I wonder if Oratar knew this would happen if we saved the Naktu. Maybe that’s one of the reasons he criticized us. Did he care if we helped the Naktu?