Here's a little something I came up when I started writing about the prophecy of Eldor, and realized I should actually word the prophecy to know how it could be interpreted differently. While writing it, I came up with an idea of how exactly the prophecy became written down, which I put in the form of a report written down by his scribe.
The Death of Eldor / The Prophecy of the Twins
In the twenty-second year of King Her-Ro's rule, on the fifteeth day of the third month, I was, among a select others including king He-Ro himself, called to the private quarters of Eldor. My master had remained bedfast for many months now, and had insisted us know that this was his deathbed. But this morning Eldor was sitting up on the bed, pallid yet overcome by a burning inner fire, and he had uncovered his head, showing the scars of his shame that he commonly chose to conceal from the world.
At first Eldor spoke to us all, explaining that the moment of his passing was at hand, and it was of the utmost importance that we, who had been summoned, were present. Then my master addressed me, and adviced me to take out my writing equipment, so that I could record all that he said. When I let him know I was ready, Eldor said:
"Till this day I've feared the coming of my death. Not because I dread the end, you see, but because of what I must see in my last moments. I could only push it this far, the price of my deeds, this one lucid moment when I'm forced see how it all must come to pass. No, do not ask, just write down and remember what I say, however strange it may seem. This shall be my final legacy to this world."
After this my master gestured us all to remain silent and listen. He closed his eyes, falling into a state of meditation for a few brief moments of silence, until he spoke again:
"Oh Goddess, it is coming. I see. I see them; the two born of the same flesh, one of darkness, one of light. The ancient enemies set free by the one decived. And one, the vanquisher of these dreadful things. The bringer of freedom, greatest leader of the times to come."Then, after a pause: "The twins! The twins shall resolve it all!"
When all this was said, Eldor fell silent and collapsed, and we feared that he had already died, but He-Ro remarked that he was still breathing. After a moment's passing my master's eyelids parted, and once more he spoke to me, in whisper, saying: "Have you written it down, my son? Good. Then it is done. It is over."
Then, I am sorry to report, Eldor the Wise, Keeper of the Book of the Living Spells and teacher of He-Ro, the King of Grayskull, passed from the mortal realm.
-- From The Deeds of Eldor the Wise ; originally a private letter by Alethes of Mones to Lord Meloidos of Aeonia