So you sit on Fas and stare mutely between the left path and the central path.
As you sit, it slowly dawns on you that your foolish indecision is of little consequence. Wandering into the wild alone, in a world you know nothing about, with no fighting, hunting or tracking skills to speak of, was not the most intelligent decision you have ever made.
You come to realise that no matter which path you choose, you are going to end up dead.
That's right! You're dead. It doesn't matter which way you go... you're dead. Would you like to know the various ways you died? I can tell you. I will tell you.
If you had chosen a) The left path, you would have been immediately attacked by the Seeker's Son. The phantom crests the hills behind you and gives chase. Poor Fas isn't what she used to be, and she simply can out run the spectre. It gets her first. She sqeals in pain as the Seeker's Son slowly absorbs her into itself. You're thrown as she stumbles and collapses, breaking your ankle. You try to stumble away, but it's not very long before the Seeker's Son gets you too. All you can see as you feel the flesh melt from you is Fas' blanched bones.
You killed Fas, you brute.
Had you instead gone for b) The centre path, you would have been attacked by bandits. That's right. Bandits tried to rob you. They surprised you when you were but a day away from the Ranger Headquarters. Of course, you had nothing of value and so they slit your throat open. It's not all terrible, really. As you lie dying in a pool of your own blood, the Seeker's Son shows up and attacks the bandits. You die before it reaches you, listening to the sweet sound of the bandits screaming as the evil ghoul absorbs them.
Fas gets away.
I'm not even going to bother with what happens if you had instead chosen c) The right path. I assure you, that death is pathetic and lonely.
The point is, you die.
I mean really? What were you thinking, heading out into the wilds by yourself? You know you're not a great tracker, hunter, or warrior. You can't even remember your own name!
Would you like to try again? A do-over? I can do that, you know. I'm talented that way. If the answer is 'No.' then don't bother doing anything about your self-inflicted and untimely demise. The story ends here.
If, however, the answer is an emphatic 'Yes, please. Let's do this thing over again.' then clickHERE to go back to the episode where you messed up to vote again. You will see a comment from yours truly which reads:
"DO OVER! Leave your new set of votes below this comment to try again. "
Hit the reply button and vote again. Vote wisely this time.
I'll give you a hint: IT'S NOT a).