On the plains of the desert
A murmured cry was heard
From the echoes of a wind song
Singing of a word

The word of the land begotten
Is very seldom taught
To natives of the desert
Which tribes of old have sought

Way up in the sky the sun is burning bright
All the natives screaming, screaming to be free
The teachings of a wasted life and a darker death
The burning sun is turning black falling from the sky

As the moon fades away
And the sun turns black
The darkest fall from the sky
Prepared for their attack

In the dawning hour
The doom and destruction begins
Inside the natives minds
It seems it never ends

At once the sun turns back
And the battle stops
Everyone's in grave danger
Except for those of the dead

For the one who shall deceive us
Is the one...

On the day of the night things were always well
But on the night of the light all night things fell
Thrown into the pit you hear the natives scream
The legend lives on in the Sun God's eye


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    Simply continues the story of the Stormrider as he travels through the desert.

    Pocket_Savioron November 06, 2004   Link
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    Travels through the desert and and armies of hell(?) to destroy a whole village.

    Armon December 21, 2004   Link
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    I think that when Stormy goes into the desert, he finds out all the stuff that his former faith had done to them (holocaust-style).

    Dark Ioninumon October 09, 2006   Link
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    Let me rephrase that.

    When Stormy goes into the desert, he meets the desert natives, and he finds out about all the stuff that his former faith had done to them. Which were bad things. Like genocide.

    Dark Ioninumon October 10, 2006   Link

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