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from Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain (1996) (VG)
- Legacy of Kain: Defiance (2003) (VG) Played by Simon Templeman
... aka "Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver III" - USA (alternative title)
- Blood Omen II: Legacy of Kain (2002) (VG) Played by Simon Templeman
- Soul Reaver 2 (2001) (VG) Played by Simon Templeman
... aka "The Legacy of Kain Series: Soul Reaver 2" - USA (complete title)
- Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver (1999) (VG) Played by Simon Templeman
- Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain (1996) (VG) Played by Simon Templeman
... aka "Kain the Vampire" - Japan (English title)
[Raziel confronts Kain in the Chronoplast]
Kain: At last. I must say I'm disappointed in your progress. I imagined you'd be here sooner. Tell me, did it trouble you to murder your brothers?
Raziel: Did it trouble *you* when you ordered me into the abyss?
Kain: No. I had faith in you. In your ability to hate, in your self-righteous indignation.
Raziel: Lies! You cannot have foreseen all of this.
Kain: Eternity is relentless, Raziel. When I first stole into this chamber centuries ago, I did not fathom the true power of knowledge. To know the future, Raziel. To see its paths and streams tracing out into the infinite. As a man, I could never have contained such forbidden truths. But each of us is so much more than we once were. Gazing out across the plains of possibility, do you not feel with all your soul, how we have become like gods? And as such, are we not indivisible? As long as a single one of us stands, we are legion! That is why, when I must sacrifice my children to the void, I can do so with a clear heart.
Raziel: Very poetic, Kain. But in the end, you offer no more than a convenient rationalization for your crimes.
Kain: These chambers are for insight for those *patient* enough to look. In your haste to find me, perhaps you have not gazed deeply enough. Our futures are predestined. Moebius foretold mine a millennium ago. We each play out the parts fate has written for us. We are compelled ineluctably down pre-ordained paths. Free will... is an illusion.
Raziel: I have been to the Tomb of Sarafan, Kain. Your dirty secret is exposed. How could you transform a Sarafan priest into a vampire?
Kain: How could I not? One must keep his friends close, Raziel, and his enemies even closer. Can you grasp the absurd beauty of the paradox? We're the same, Sarafan and vampire, with our holy wars, our obsession with Nosgoth's domination. Who better to serve me than those whose passion transcends all notions of good and evil?
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