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I know people have complained about the deus ex machina of the Tho Yor pyramids, and yes, they do raise far more questions than they answer. The Rakatan Empire appearing was a mixed bag.
They definitely come off creepier here. And much more sinister.
I was paying more attention to whether or not the plot was satisfying. Speaking of Shae Koda… the characters.
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