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Might and Magic IX Spoilers

Welcome to the new CRPG Spoilers section of my gaming website. I added this section because I recently received questions about the plots of two different games which, to my surprise and embarrassment, I had totally forgotten the answers to. Then, to my further surprise, I was unable to find any existing website that would refresh my memory about the plots of computer games... lots of puzzle solutions, but no basic plot summaries.

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So I figured I'd better write some of them down while they're still fresh in my mind, just in case I or anybody else wants to refer to them at some point in the future (or in case anybody suffers a major game glitch and just wants to know what was supposed to happen in the end-- I get letters like this from time to time.) If you haven't finished Might and Magic IX yet and you don't want the plot of this game to be revealed to you, then you don't want to read this page. Please go back to my main Might and Magic IX page, where I give tips and reviews without giving away any of its plot.

But if you are looking for plot spoilers, just scroll further down the page to find them!













Plot Summary

This game is much more straight fantasy than previous Might and Magic games, including no science fiction elements and few tie-ins to the rest of the series. Basically the plot is that a barbarian horde led by the warlord Tamur Leng has been ruthlessly attacking the land of Chedian for unknown reasons, and the party is given a Writ of Fate informing them that it is their destiny to unite the six jarldoms of Chedian and stop them. After much questing on the heroes' part, they finally manage to confront Tamur Leng, only to find that he was also given a Writ of Fate-- which says it is his destiny to conquer Chedian. Thoroughly confused, Tamur and the party decide to confront the gods, and learn that the god of chaos, named Njam the Meddler, is responsible for deceiving them. The gods give them a real writ of fate-- to trap Njam in a divine prison, which they do.



Indian song * Slavey language * Circumpolar * Arapahoe high school * Dreamcatcher movie

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