Olmec: One of the most powerful rulers of Ancient Egypt was Pharaoh Khufu. Around 2500 B.C., he built the Great Pyramid at Giza. But Legend has it, he didn't like the color, and, with a wave of his hand, he dismissed his Master Builder. As they took him away, the Master Builder uttered a secret curse.
Master Builder: May your hand drop from your body and may you never rest till you find it.
Olmec: Centuries later, Achmed, the grave robber and his clumsy brother, Nachmed, broke into the tomb.
Nachmed: Achmed, look at this. It's a priceless ceramic vase. Oops.
(The vase breaks.)
Achmed: Nachmed, let me do the grave robbing. Just stand by that sculpture and don't touch nothing.
Olmec: But the sculpture was actually the mummy case of the Great King Khufu. And when Nachmed leaned against it -- (THUD!)
Nachmed: Oops. I am so sorry, Sir. Here, let me give you a hand up.
Olmec: But the hand of the mummy came off in his own.
Nachmed: You're not a man, you're a mummy! ACHMED!!!
Olmec: And, still carrying the dried hand, the terrified twosome ran from the tomb. Some say the Ancient Curse came true, and the mummy of King Khufu still searches for his lost hand here in the Temple. Your quest is to find the Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King and bring it back here.
Kirk: Thank you. So tell us, where is The Mummified Hand?
Olmec: The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King can be found in The Dark Forest.