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"It's the prophecy what's got everyone so worked up. Well, before we go off half-cocked, it's probably best to look into them forces of destruction a little closer. I think I know the way." – James, Balance of Power (Intermission)
The future war between the gods seems to be coming soon. The prophecy worries James to the point of wanting to ask the rogue wizard Jadugarr about it, so he sends you to Telluria where Jadugarr's supposed to be. After you've built your manalith and your army, move along the path and you should soon see Jadugarr and two manahoars of his. Before you can question him, you must help Jadugarr with a necromancer that's been bugging him - Seerix.
Immediately after you speak with Jadugarr the AI kicks in, for both him and Seerix. From this position, to reach Seerix altar, you can go either east together with Jadugarr and you'll meet up with Seerix somewhere along the way or you can take a bit longer path to the north and covertly try to desecrate Seerix' altar while Jadugarr fights her. Going either way you'll find one unguarded manalith and after that one guarded (with probably three to four Fallen). It's two of you against her, so it shouldn't be a problem.
After defeating Seerix, you'll teleport to Jadugarr, to ask him some questions. He will respond with a question and you'll have two possible ways of responding, so if you're interested you might want to save your game beforehand to be able to hear both of his answers to your responses. He has some interesting things to say. Also, your responses don't affect the later game at all.