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The Insane God is a 2-player PvE Scenario map that can be played on Advanced and Expert difficulty. It is part of the campaign The Twilight Taint.

Save the priests of the god of insects from their insane master and unleash ancient guardian spirits to destroy him.


Plot

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 "Mora had been slain at the Sunbridge Shrine, but his brothers and sisters still travelled the lands. Though their spirits were twisted by the curse their powers remained intact, making them a greater threat than even the giants. Though most gods remained lost, Urzach the God of Flies, was not. Insane and desperate, he attacked his own temple. Through the slaughter of his priests and desecration of his holy alters Urzach strove to anoint his followers so they could bear the mark of his new, distorted form."
— The Aedai Chronicles

The priests of Urzach had returned to the temple after the Twilight to resume their prayers and rites. Once more they called out to their lost god.

They did not know what other course to follow and knew somebody had to calm the ancient spirits that gathered in the Fly God’s altars.

The High Priest rose late, finding it harder each day to tear himself from the insane visions that plagued his dreams. He walked among followers already at work cleansing the temple of Twilight taint, and nodded to many in greeting. A low thunder brought his gaze up to the clouds, but no storm brewed. When he felt the ground tremble, he knew why his dreams had become stronger. Urzach was coming home.

The Insane God - Conclusion

The Insane God Conclusion 1
 "Urzach proved the insane gods were free to strike anywhere at any time. But with his defeat there came the soft light of hope, for his example showed even the gods were not unstoppable. The once kind being also proved there remained a fragment of their former spirit left, trapped beneath the corruption."
— The Aedai Chronicles

Moon gazed down at corpse of the fallen god, refusing to believe this had once been one of their masters. But his final words had been peaceful, as if he welcomed the end of this existence. There had to be a cure for this.

Urzach’s spirit passed Moon once more, for a moment lending comfort like her once benign master. But she felt what he had hidden from her; an existence with no purpose, no power of creation, no place in the order of things.

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  Mora had been slain at the Sunbridge Shrine, but his brothers and sisters still travelled the lands. Though their spirits were twisted by the curse their powers remained intact, making them a greater threat than even the giants. Though most gods remained lost, Urzach the God of Flies, was not. Insane and desperate, he attacked his own temple. Through the slaughter of his priests and desecration of his holy alters Urzach strove to anoint his followers so they could bear the mark of his new, distorted form.

Rewards

The Insane God Available Tier 1 Upgrades
(Total: 0)
Available Tier 2 Upgrades
(Total: 22)
Available Tier 3 Upgrades (Total: 22)
Scenario Difficulty Standard Advanced Expert
List of Card Upgrades Scenario not available on this difficulty.

Walkthrough

Standard

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Expert

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Strategy & Notes

Gallery

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See also

Maps (Number of players)
Maps (Storylines)
Stories from the Age of Twilight The Curse

Encounters with TwilightSiege of HopeDefending HopeThe Soultree

The Search for the Gods

CrusadeSunbridge

The Treasure and the King

Bad HarvestThe Treasure FleetThe Dwarven RiddleThe Guns of Lyr

The Titans

King of the GiantsTitans

The Twilight Taint

Nightmare ShardNightmare's EndBehind Enemy LinesThe Insane God

Ascension and Passage

AscensionPassage to Darkness

Tales of the Renegades The Hunt for Blight

BlightRaven's EndEmpire

The Search for Twinaxe

MoOceanOracleSlave MasterConvoy

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