Man is a creature of chaos. He is bound by rules and laws that he himself made. And when the man breaks these rules, it is chaos that he brings down upon himself.
Man is an animal. A beast. He is best served as such. He craves violence. His soul cries out for bloodshed and carnage. He needs pain. He lives for the moment that he will be consumed - and what better way than to become a demon? The greatest power a man can have.
For in man's soul lurks a creature that is wild and unpredictable. A creature that has never known love and is unable to love. A beast that will destroy itself if given too much freedom.
Man is a monster. And his greatest power is not his sword or his bow and arrow - his true power is in his mind. His ability to manipulate people into believing what he desires. Man is able to create his own reality, and he believes his own lies.
He is a coward. He is weak. He is a pathetic excuse of what he ought to be. I pity him. He could be great, but he would rather wallow in ignorance and darkness. He could be powerful beyond comprehension, but instead he chooses to worship false idols.
I will show him his error. I will bring him down from the mountaintop where he has sat too long. From the heights of his ignorance will come the inevitable fall. His doom. His destruction at the hands of his own creations.
It is my curse. My fate. My destiny. I am the Jester of Chaos. I am the one who laughs at man. The one who shows him that nothing he does will ever make him happy. Nothing he creates will ever last. He is alone.
Even his gods are not there for him. They are as cold and uncaring as he is. He has created his own darkness. He has created his own monsters. He has become a slave to himself.
The day of reckoning is coming. The day when all will be destroyed. The day when every man's delusions are broken and his world falls apart.
And when it is done, when all is lost, when he has no choice but to face the dark truth of his existence, then I will appear before him and welcome him home. I will show him the way. I will teach him to laugh again.