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Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Walkthrough Part 4 - Into the Light

Check out part 4 and discover your fate with this online demo of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, the action RPG from 38 Studios and Big Huge Games.


Agarth: You've come from the tower, haven't you? Name's Agarth. Maybe you can help an old Fateweaver, eh? Trust me, I've known that for a long time. Nobody can change fate. Poor old Fomorous Hugues. He respected the way the world works. It's a shame he'll be dead by now. The cards told me that the Well of Souls would work, but Hugues' success would come on the day of his death. He took it pretty well, honestly. Although, we did a lot of drinking after that. I suppose I can spare a little help. In memory of Hugues. Or in celebration of his success. Whichever. You? You're the one? Then that means... It all makes sense now. The cards this morning... I drew the gravedigger, the running man, and the beast. Prepare yourself. They're coming.

Tuatha Soldier: The Cycle awaits.

Agarth: Time for a drink.

Tuatha Rogue 1: Death is part of the cycle.

Tuatha Rogue 2: The Cycle awaits.

Tuatha Rogue 3: Tuatha Deohn!

Agarth: What? How- What are you? The threads of fate! I've seen them before but I've never seen anyone manipulate them like that. You just changed how the world was supposed to work. How did you do that? Hugues may have brought you back to life, but that was still part of Fate's plan. Nothing short of a god can do what you did. Come here. I'm going to do a reading. You might be able to change the threads, but Fate will still have a plan for you. I promise not to tell you if I see your death. Don't worry. It's quick, it doesn't hurt, and there's no charge. And after what I've seen, I'm not letting you out of my sight until I have an answer. That's fine. You don't have to. But I can see that you're nervous. Relax. This is what Fateweavers do. I'll be seeing your thread in the weave of fate: who you are, what you've done, where your path takes you... Or at least, I should be. You're real, right? I swear, I haven't had that much...

I am. But still, I've never seen someone whose fate was just missing. Not even when I was drunk as the King of Ballads. This doesn't make sense. All mortal creatures have a place in the pattern. You should have one too, dead or not. If this is true, and I'm not saying I believe it, then your path is yours to determine.

Dammit, it's the truth! At least, I think it is. The world is changing. You might be a sign of that. Or maybe the cause. I've never had a readon to doubt my own readings, but we should consult with Arden. He's not a friend but he's got a good eye for the tapestry. I'll meet you at his home to the east. I'm going to see if I can be of any help to the wounded at the tower.

That's just it. I don't know if you've got one. But that's why we're going to go see Arden. He lives in a little hut to the east, in Yolvan. I'll meet you there. What could this all mean?

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