Legacy of Kain: Defiance – Dark Chronicle – Bulgarian Fandub – Part 8

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Original English transcript:

Dark Chronicle – The Vampire Vorador
Raziel uses the Water Reaver to extinguish the indicated braziers, and opens the mausoleum at the end of the garden. He enters warily and encounters the sword-wielding Vorador. The vampire is sitting in a stone throne of sorts, apparently just waiting for Moebius’s hunters to storm the estate.

Vorador:
So… our wretched little savior returns… Come to join the last pathetic battle of the vampire race? But on which side, I wonder…

Raziel approaches.

Raziel:
I’ve not come to fight you, Vorador.

Vorador bars Raziel’s way with the point of his sword.

Vorador:
You don’t know why you’re here.

Raziel:
I know this much: that you are the author of my fate – and as such, only you can rewrite it.

Vorador laughs and lifts sword away.

Vorador:
You give me too much credit.

Raziel:
You forged the Reaver – I have seen the evidence.

Vorador:
I was its maker, yes.

Raziel:
Then you know its purpose.

Vorador:
No – only the scraps of prophecy my master shared with me.

Raziel:
And do these scraps explain why you would forge a weapon to imprison your savior?

Vorador rises, sword again held ready.

Vorador:
Ah, well then… it seems we have our answer. You’ve chosen your path.

Raziel:
I have chosen nothing. I’ve been deceived at every turn. You seem to know what I am. Tell me.

Vorador sheathes his sword.

Vorador:
I thought I did, once. But now all the prophecies have failed. The Pillars are corrupted… I am the last of my kind… and when Moebius’s hunters find me, it will all have been for nothing.

Raziel:
You’ve forgotten about Kain.

Vorador:
Ah yes, Kain… I fear he shoulders a greater burden than he realizes. I cannot help you – even if I was inclined to. I crafted the Reaver blade, but only at the behest of my sire, Janos Audron. What sorcery he and the others laid upon the sword afterward, I cannot say.

Raziel:
Janos tried to give me the Reaver before he died. He said that it was forged for me… but what did he mean? As my weapon, or my prison?

Vorador turns toward the door behind him.

Vorador:
Perhaps you should ask him yourself.

Raziel:
Janos is here?

Vorador:
In a manner of speaking.

Vorador leads the way through the door. In the room beyond, Janos’s body is laid out reverently on a bier, surrounded by candles. His flesh and clothing is bloodstained, and the tell-tale chest wound remains. However, the corpse is otherwise intact.

Vorador:
The greatest of us all – the father of our race. The Sarafan tore the heart from his living body five centuries ago.

Raziel:
But there’s no sign of decay – how is this possible after all these years?

Vorador:
Somewhere, the Heart still beats. And while it does, the body will remain preserved. If his Heart could be restored, Janos might yet be raised.

Raziel turns accusingly to Vorador.

Raziel:
And you haven’t tried to recover it, in all these years?

Vorador:
Many times… But our enemies hid the Heart too well. It was taken as a trophy to Avernus Cathedral centuries ago, where they christened it ‘the Heart of Darkness.’ Believing that it embodies the essence of our dark gift, they hid the Heart away, lest it fall into the wrong hands. Our hands.
Redeem yourself – you may be our last hope. Perhaps you alone can find the Heart, if it is meant to be found.

Vorador starts to walk away then turns back.

Vorador:
If Janos can be resurrected, he will have all the answers you require.

Vorador gives Raziel the Library Seal.

Vorador:
This key will open your way to Avernus. But be advised, there are dark sorceries at work in the cathedral. You must be on your guard.

Vorador vanishes.

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