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The origin of the self-proclaimed Ageless God is still much of a mystery. It was said that he was not seen till many years after the Birth of Magic already claiming to divinity. It is currently unknown if he is a Divine Aspect or simply extremely powerful.
 
The origin of the self-proclaimed Ageless God is still much of a mystery. It was said that he was not seen till many years after the Birth of Magic already claiming to divinity. It is currently unknown if he is a Divine Aspect or simply extremely powerful.
 
===[[The Fall of Dundinborough]]===
 
===[[The Fall of Dundinborough]]===
Although alluded to throughout the campaign as a song sung to the young Prince Phineas Dundinborough, Bopen does not actually make an appearance until the very end of the campaign, during a overwhelming Ageless raid on the Dwarven kingdom. Bopen, having possessed the golden sword owned by the young Prince of Dundinborough, takes control of the young royal and has the boy kill his parents and himself while the family was hidden away in the royal panic room. His malevolent spirit then takes the bones of the royal family of Dundinborough to form a skeletal body of his own. Bopen then attacks a group of royal guards who had witnessed his slaughter, killing the guard [[Jeanie Jaredson]] in one fell swoop. His slaughter of the royal guard was quickly halted by the sudden intervention of [[Lance Willakers]]. Despite this, Bopen decimates Dundinborough absolutely, destroying the last dwarven stronghold in a single night.
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Although alluded to throughout the campaign as a song sung to the young Prince Phineas Dundinborough, Bopen does not actually make an appearance until the very end of the campaign, during a overwhelming Ageless raid on the Dwarven kingdom. Bopen, having possessed the golden sword owned by the young Prince of Dundinborough, takes control of the young royal and has the boy kill his parents and himself while the family was hidden away in the royal panic room. His malevolent spirit then takes the bones of the royal family of Dundenborough to form a skeletal body of his own. Bopen then attacks a group of royal guards who had witnessed his slaughter, killing the guard [[Jeanie Jaredson]] in one fell swoop. His slaughter of the royal guard was quickly halted by the sudden intervention of [[Lance Willakers]]. Despite this, Bopen decimates Dundinborough absolutely, destroying the last dwarven stronghold in a single night.
  
 
===[[The Skeleton King]]===
 
===[[The Skeleton King]]===

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