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  • pesto.
    Original poster 358 posts

    We we all get that Reda is powerful but also cursed to never be allowed to grow up and experience the rich life of an adult. So of course he might be bitter about others relationships; the things that he will never get to experience but that’s no excuse.

    After first setting about destroying Bayek and Ayas marriage now in between encouraging Eivor to cuckold his own brother he entertains himself by perpetually resurrecting and having you murder some poor couple on a daily basis in some horrific promethean punishment for the sin of love who. We take his word for it and some opal, but for all we know have done nothing wrong other than defend themselves from a pack of wolves. When will this end?!?!?

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  • TheNorfolkian
    1611 posts

    @pesto Destroying Bayek’s marriage with Aya? I don’t know about that... their marriage started to end as soon as Khemu died.

  • pesto.
    Original poster 358 posts

    @thenorfolkian and who do you think set that in motion? Who sent Chenzira? We now know of his "network", we know he has little regard for the lives of those who get in his way.

  • TheNorfolkian
    1611 posts

    @pesto 😮 Ah, I see where you’re going with this. And then he gets Bayek to basically tie up all his loose ends in the business. A trafficker goes missing... Bayek finds the person dead, probably because Reda had them killed. Someone steals an artifact, Reda sends Bayek to kill the thief and get it back. Competition gets in the way, Reda tells Bayek to go kill some bandits for whatever ‘reason’. Et cetera...

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