Written by Mr. Mouseburger 29th Jun 2005
Mola Ram is the leader of the Thuggee cult which has taken control of Pankot palace once more. Human sacrifices are par for the course with this cult, which worships the goddess Kali.
Jones, has managed to free the slave children from tunnels under the palace, and has stolen the Sankara stones, which are the source of the cult’s power. Mola Ram has mustered all his followers to track down Jones and reclaim the stones. The pair meets on a precarious rope bridge which spans over a gorge full of rather hungry crocodiles.
Jones wraps his legs around the rope bridge and cuts the rope, causing a lot of cult members to fall into the waiting mouths of the crocodiles. Mola Ram has managed to hang on to the rope bridge and is clambering up it to safety. Jones manages to catch up to him and the pair have a bit of a fight.
Why did Mola Ram get on the rope bridge, when Jones made his intentions to cut it perfectly clear?!
Mola Ram uses his ‘hand on the heart trick’ with the aim of removing Jones’ heart. Jones, using all his strength, manages to repel him. Disappointed, Mola Ram then makes a grab for Jones bag, which contains the sacred Sankara stones and a tug of war ensues.
Mola Ram employs the most vicious of close quarter attacks, the nipple twist, before making a grab for Jones' bag
Jones then calls down the power of Shiva, one of the principal gods in Hindu mythology. The stones answer this call and burst into flame, burning through the bag. Two fall out in to the river below, but Mola Ram tries to prevent the third falling, and makes a grab for it. The flaming stone burns Mola Ram’s hand and he releases his grip of the rope bridge and falls into the gorge below, where he is torn to pieces by the crocodiles.
The glowing rock is too hot for Mola Ram to handle and he falls in to the river. The crocodile, having dined on some hors d'oeuvres, eagerly awaits the main course