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Chapter 15: Electricity's Current

Posted by MythosGlobal Wednesday May 30 2012 at 8:49PM
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“Leo, run with the others and find a safe place,” said a grim-looking Gremlin. “Promise me that you’ll protect your mother.”
The teenage Gremlin shook his head. “No! I’ve been working so hard on my toys. I should be able to help! I’ll protect the village!”
“This is not a game, my son. You are still quite young to experience a grueling battle such as this,” the Gremlin’s father said. “My comrades will protect this village. You do your part to protect your mother and the other women and children. I have high hopes for you.”
Packs of wolves and giant bears are relentlessly raiding the village. Grunt and Lillin hurried towards Steeltop to protect the civilians. The battle near the front gate is so fierce, an untrained warrior would shiver just by looking at the battlefield.
“We have to hold our ground until all the villagers have safely evacuated! Fire at will!” shouted the Gremlin commander.
“Sir, there are still a lot of them! Our bullet supply won’t be enough!” said one Gremlin private.
The Gremlin commander gave a sad smile. “We won’t be able to kill all of them. All we can do is keep them from chasing our beloved families. Are you willing to do that, private?”
“Yes, sir!”
Lillin and Grunt approached the evacuating villagers at the rear gate, until they noticed that the Gremlin soldiers are slowly being overwhelmed. At a short distance came a shout.
It was Leo. His father was mercilessly killed by the wolves, and the other Gremlin soldiers suffered the same fate. It is only a matter of minutes before the raiders could catch up with the escaping villagers. In a desperate act, Leo ran towards the front gate.
“Wait, child, no!” Lillin shouted.
The boy did not hear Lillin, and instead continued running. When he was near the group of raiders, he threw several metal pieces which started to float.
“Are those… tiny widgets?” Lillin asked.
Almost immediately, the tiny pieces of metal started to conduct electricity.
“Father, I will avenge you!” was the tearful shout of the little Gremlin.
The electrical charges of the metal shards started to become larger and brighter. After a split second, the pieces gave a large discharge of electricity covering a huge area. All the wolves and bears were electrocuted and died. Leo fell down to the ground as the tiny pieces of metal started to fall one by one.
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Mythos Global Latest and Biggest Content Update is Now Live!

Posted by MythosGlobal Friday May 25 2012 at 12:22AM
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The much-anticipated content update for Mythos Global has finally arrived! Last Thursday, the level 60 cap update was patched and implemented after months of strenuos tests and bug fixes.

The update will increase the level cap from 51 to 60. It will usher a whole lot of content including new quests and storyline. It will also feature an entirely new zone for players to explore, with a total of 23 new dungeons!

The challenge has also been increased as the monsters in these new dungeons are fiercer and stronger. However, with stronger opponents come greater rewards. A new batch of shiny gears can be looted from various mobs and bosses.

Watch the patch's trailer video below to know more about the new features of the latest patch.



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Mythos Global's Two New Events!

Posted by MythosGlobal Tuesday May 22 2012 at 3:53AM
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The Mythos Global team is happy to announce that two new events have just started this week!

The first is called "Video Q&A" which is a Youtube event. The mechanics are shown below:

To participate, simply log-in to your Youtube account and answer the question shown at the end of the video. Send your answer and T3Fun Account ID through Private Message (PM) to the Youtube channel. All players who answered correctly within 22 hours after the video is posted will receive the reward.

Here is the Youtube channel of Mythos Global:


The second event is called "The Coming." It is a Facebook event so you will need to have a Facebook account to participate in this event. The mechanics are shown below and it is very simple.

The image is in the Facebook fan page of Mythos Global. Just click "Like" and "Share" to contribute to the Mythos community. If the goals are met, everyone will receive x2 experience and x2 luck buffs for three days.

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Chapter 14: Lillin

Posted by MythosGlobal Thursday May 17 2012 at 3:00AM
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Grunt and Lillin traversed the think forest of Campwood to go to the next town.
“Sorry for dragging you out with me instead of letting you stay with Chris,” Grunt said. “There are reasons why I brought you with me.”
“Don’t worry. I need not be there with him. I’m sure he can handle himself,” Lillin replied.
Grunt smiled. “Thank you for the understanding. You are very different from him.”
“Haha. You just don’t know him so much yet,” said Lillin. “He probably has a bad temper, but that’s because he grew up with so much hatred against the fire goblins and the Cyclops.”
“Because of what happened in Seren…” Grunt remarked.
“Yes. But don’t blame yourself,” Lillin assured. “I noticed that he’s starting to change after he learned the truth about the incident and after killing the fire goblin’s leader.”
Lillin continued, “Chris is a really nice guy. He looks tough on the outside, but he’s actually very kind towards his closest friends. The reason why I’m still alive is because of him.”
“What happened?” asked Grunt.
“I grew up without parents. I usually just wander from town to town and hope for some people to give me food or money,” Lillin narrated. “Then one day, I met a boy who treated me kindly. He was so fond of my horns and my nose. He would usually give me candies and food that he hid from his parents so that he could give them to me.”
“And that boy is Chris?” Grunt asked.
Lillin nodded. “We became close friends that’s why I stayed in their town. Finally, he introduced me to his surrogate parents, and they’ve decided to adopt me. That was the best day of my life.”
“I see. So that’s why you always talk about this debt whenever you save him from an enemy.”
“It’s more than just paying a debt,” Lillin smiled. “Chris became very close to me that I simply want to protect him so long as I’m alive.”
The two adventurers reached the end of the forest and saw that Steeltop, the village of the Gremlins, is being attacked.
“Just as expected, they are attacking the main villages of the Humans, Cyclops, Satyrs, and Gremlins!” Grunt exclaimed. “Lillin, your mission now is not just to protect Chris, but to protect everyone! Let us help the resistance until Chris finishes his training.”
“With nature’s providence! I will protect Chris, and all the things that he’s destined to protect!” Lillin said with confidence.

Chapter 13: The Test

Posted by MythosGlobal Thursday May 10 2012 at 10:43PM
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“Am I really capable of doing that?” Chris asked.
“I wouldn’t believe it if I didn’t see it with my own eyes.” Grunt replied. “You killed Purete using your ice ability. Although it seems that you can’t consciously control it yet.”
“So where are we going?” Chris inquired again.
“To a place where you could train your ability,” was Grunt’s short reply.
The three adventurers traversed the dense forest of Campwood. After an hour of walking, they heard calm splashes of water.
Grunt looked at the two others, “We’re near.”
As they continued walking, they saw a beautiful waterfall. Colorful flowers outlined the area and there is no blade of grass, greener than the grass within the vicinity. The water is so clear, one could see even a tiny pebble at the bottom of the lake.
“This is the Waterfall of Curse and Clarity,” Grunt said. “It is a waterfall known only to a few Cyclops.”
“This waterfall is rather mysterious,” Lillin remarked. “Water continuously falls from above but the water below forms a small lake and not a river. Why isn’t it overflowing?”
“Even I don’t know the answer to that. This waterfall is full of mysteries,” Grunt answered.
Chris then said, “I suppose it contains other mysteries that’s why we’re here? Unless of course you dragged us here to sightsee.”
Slightly irritated, Grunt replied, “It is not called Curse and Clarity for nothing. In the islet in the middle of the lake, you have to stay still for ten days. You cannot eat, drink, sleep…”
“What!?” Chris exclaimed. “How am I going to survive for ten days without those?”
“If you are really one of the destined children, you will not feel anything during the first nine days,” Grunt explained. “The waterfall is supposed to clear your mind and be able to let you control your ability at will.”
“You said I have to stay there for ten days. So what will happen to me on the tenth day?” asked Chris.
Grunt’s tone became very serious. “The first nine days will only test if you’re a destined child. The tenth day will test if you are strong enough to control your ability. As I said, you won’t feel anything on the first nine days, but on the tenth day, you will feel everything your body has gone through during those nine days. Also, it is said that the pain would be thrice as much.”
“Sounds tough,” Chris said. “But if it’s my destiny, I will take the test and be able to complete it. Lillin, just watch me. I’ll make a wonderful pillar of ice once I’m done with this.”
“We’re not staying here,” Grunt said. “We don’t have the luxury of time to wait for your training to finish. We’ll move ahead to the surrounding village and help with the resistance.”
“Good luck, Chris! May nature’s blessing be with you,” Lillin said.
Chris walked towards the lake, and almost immediately, a narrow path made of soil and clay appeared. The path led to the islet. Grunt and Lillin then left and went to the nearest village.

Chapter 12: A Fiery Mark of Beginning

Posted by MythosGlobal Tuesday May 1 2012 at 9:39PM
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“What happened? You look upset,” Lillin asked Grunt when they finally caught up with each other.

“We have to leave this place as soon as possible,” Grunt replied. “The village cannot be saved. Let’s hurry and find a safe place.”

Lillin was troubled. “Why are you just leaving your village like that? Tell us what happened.”

“I’ll explain everything once we…” Grunt was interrupted by a strong tremor.

After a few seconds, a thick pillar of fire burst out from the direction of Ishrock. Lillin and Chris saw the massive spectacle, while Grunt couldn’t even look back.

“What kind of powerful spell is that?” Chris asked in astonishment.

“It’s the scroll of Volcanic Embers,” Grunt replied. “It’s a spell that only the Chief knows how to use. It draws some of the fire out of Uld’s core, and incinerates everything within a 50-meter radius.”

“But… what will happen to the caster?” Lillin asked.

“As I said, the spell burns everything within its range. That includes all the village raiders, but also the Chief, the other Cyclops warriors, and the village of Ishrock.”

Lillin let out a gasp. Even Chris was silenced by what he has just heard.

“At any rate,” Grunt continued, “this is not the time to mourn. We have to go to the next village. They are also probably being invaded by the Discordians.”

“I’m sorry but what’s the three of us going to do against hordes of enemies?” Chris said in a sarcastic manner.

“Did the death of the goblin leader and the fulfillment of your revenge make you a coward, now?” Grunt retorted.

“Your Chief used a strong spell that incinerated the whole village of Ishrock just to kill those nutheads!” Chris exclaimed. “What can we possibly have to protect any village from being attacked?”

“We have you,” Grunt said.

“Me?” Chris seemed confused.

Grunt sighed. “In as much as I don’t like entrusting the fate of Uld to an ill-tempered adventurer, I will have to trust what the Chief told me that you are one of the destined children.”

“You mean the one in the legends who can control one of the four elements?” Lillin interrupted.

“Yes,” then Grunt looked at Chris. “You possess the power to manipulate ice, one of the three forgotten elemental magic. The Chief asked me to help you in your adventures to become stronger, and to find the other three destined children who will save Uld from the Discordians.”


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