Today’s second glitch:
Single-handedly is hyphenated. (I trust Merriam-Webster a lot more than I trust WordPress’ spell check, and so should you. Never trust a computer program that tells you comma isn’t a real word.)
The present-tense verb lay requires an object; you lay a thing down, but you lie down.
The fake ellipsis is wrong, which you already know. There’s no reason for an ellipsis at the end of that sentence, anyway, so I’m getting rid of it.
Your trusted friend killed you and took the credit for single-handedly defeating the greatest evil and saving the world. As you lie dying, you hear a voice offering you a second chance at life, on one condition.