A note from the Chaos Elemental was given by Mod Osborne at the end of the fifth "Above the Lore" episode.
- It's almost an exact quote of "The Wight's Chant" from The Lord of the Rings, and thus likely refers to Sliske and the Barrows brothers.
- The part "In the black wind the stars shall die and still be gold" could refer to: when Harold Death Esquire (black wind) is absent, mortals that died (stars shall die) are not able to move on the Grim Underworld because their souls are trapped in their bodies (still be gold) - a key part of the quest.
- "The shadow lord" can refer to Sliske's mastery over the Shadow realm (or maybe Zaros who is even more skilled, although this is less likely).
- The "dead sea" can refer to the body of water souls need to pass to enter the final destination of the Grim Underworld (the Gielinorian afterlife), "withered land".
- When death is missing, the one's who die wouldn't not be able to leave, until Death will be freed from Sliske.