I pressed my back against the wall as Anubis walked forward and said, “But they were also designed to keep people in.” His voice was low and guttural, and I felt a shiver run down my spine. I had always been fascinated by the pyramids, with their ancient secrets and intricate passages. But now, as I stood deep within the bowels of the great structure, I began to feel a sense of dread, a feeling that I was not supposed to be there, that I was trespassing.
Suddenly, I heard a strange sound, like the rustling of sand in the wind. I turned to my left and saw a figure emerging from the darkness, tall and menacing. It was a mummy, wrapped in bandages and carrying a sharpened staff. I froze in fear, not sure what to do, and then I saw another figure, and another, moving closer, their eyes glowing red in the dim light.
As they approached, I could see that they were not human, but some kind of grotesque monsters, with claws and sharp teeth. They snarled and hissed at me, and I knew that I was trapped. I had come too far, delving too deep into the secrets of the pyramids, and now there was no escape.
I tried to run, but they were too fast, too strong. They closed in on me, surrounding me on all sides, and I knew that this was the end. I screamed, hoping that someone would hear me, but the only response was the deafening silence of the tomb.
As I felt their claws dig into my flesh, and their teeth sink into my skin, I realized the terrible truth of Anubis’ words. The pyramids were not just built to keep people out, but also to keep them in, forever trapped in a world of darkness and despair.