Wretched fools! You cannot stop the master. He is the hand of glory! His will shall be done.
This is from the video game Warcraft 3.
I understand the meaning of hand of glory on its own. But what does it mean in this context?
EDIT: More context here. The player's mission is to chase the enemy called Illidan. But he ordered his monsters/troops to stop the player from finishing the mission. This is the word spoken by one of his monster when the player encounters him. Is the context clearer now?
EDIT2: If the context is still unclear, this is the video.
EDIT3: Sorry, my bad, I just saw the text without listening the audio and now I find the speaker says something else, something like "his is the hand of glory" to my non-native ear, which is not grammatical or "he seized the...", which is reasonable. Here is the audio, you guys could check it out.