“Unable to slow his rot further, he instead places upon himself other curses that work to offset the rot. He seeks out magical artifacts and talismans to ease the pains and ailments these layers of curses cause him, carrying them on him in an ever-growing number; a magical balancing act of curses and boons at play throughout his being.”
Huh? What does that mean?
There is no evidence that Kan-Ra himself killed the king who gave Aganos the order to hunt him. Odds are, Kan-Ra simply outlived him with his newfound immortality.
“Years later, that king learned that the traitorous Kan-Ra had survived the flesh-eating curse and was going deeper and deeper into research of the dark arts. The king asked Aganos to hunt down and destroy the evil sorcerer once and for all.”
“Near the end of the King’s life, he heard rumors that Kan-Ra had somehow survived his blight and was coming close to achieving immortality. The King gave two final orders to his loyal guardian Aganos - to hunt down Kan-Ra and finally put an end to his insane plotting, and to finally be free, never to take orders from anyone else. Shortly afterwards the King passed away, but his will lived on through Aganos.”