Now I feel that I've reached the end
And the end of my quest is close at hand
What have I done
I've reached the end

And as my life slowly fades away
There's not one single thing that I'd change
What have I done
I've reached the end


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    I really like this song or more of an intro to Travel in Stygian. This is the death of the Stormrider after the battle.

    Leo762on September 18, 2004   Link
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    Stormy's on his deathbed, and he still doesn't care about all the people he hurt, from the people he conquered to the natives he manipulated.

    Dark Ioninumon October 09, 2006   Link

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