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: I was too merciful Meneptah. I allowed this Hebrew to betray my trust. Beware of such weaknesses when you rule. Meneptah II
: A Pharaoh must be just. Ramses
: To Egyptians. For Hebrews the penalty for disobedience, is death. I will make the Nile red with their blood!
: A petition from the Hebrew Slaves? Aaron
: From the God of the Hebrews. Meneptah II
: Original, though less than tactful. Aaron
: Our God says 'Let my people go into the deser to make a sacrifice and a feast for me.' Meneptah II
: Can't he do it here just as easily as in the desert?
: [crushing a roach
] So, this is the measure of your God's mercy? Moses
: It is the measure of a Pharoah's soul. Let my people go. Meneptah II
: I would shake them like dust from my sandals, but I have come too far. Moses
: Once step further takes you into the dark.
[the plague of darkenss falls upon Egypt
: The edge of silence. Meneptah II
: Why is the sun god powerless? The darkness depresses... chokes me. Moses
: Terror is as old as the world Pharoah. But until now it fed on a different people. Gather your own life around you. Meneptah... you have a son. Meneptah II
: No! You will not touch him! Moses
: Your son, and the first born of all your people. The Lord God chooses life. Chose with him now. Let my people go. Meneptah II
: No. Let them stay and suffer.