Cult of The Fallen God

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Cult of the Fallen God
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Abbreviation: CoTFG
Group Numbers: 8 Active Members
Leadership: Senister
Goals: Raise the Dark Deity Cthulhu.
Recruitment Policy: Ask one of the members.
Contact: The Egleton Building

Description

The Cult of the Fallen God is a group of cultists that worship the god known as Cthulhu. The Cult was formed by a man, whos sanity withered away following the outbreak. Most of the Cult is build up around former visitors to The Egleton Building, suggesting some sort of mythical connection to the Egleton. The Cult was sparked into existience by the presence of the Bastards of War. They claim their one goal is to rid the suburb of BOW for the greater good, but many doubt that that is their true intentions.

Recruitment into the Cult

So you are ready to shred the last piece of humanity left in this god forsaken city and join the Cult of The Fallen God? Joining has become easier, not so much hassle, but the task still remains clear. Kill members of BOW while uttering the prayers of Cthulhu. Both BOW and we will notice and you will be accepted into the Cult.

Edit: With the numbers of BOW having withered away and the cult still in need of members, we have once again lowered the standards for recruitment. You should simply approach a member and pledge loyalty to the cause and our great master. Our nemesis might be vanquished, but a great destiny awaits the cult and its followers, redemtion is not too late.

Being a member of the Cult is a task itself. You will be labeled as the worst scum on earth, no one will trust you and many will hunt you. Endure and you will be rewarded when the Dark One comes. Succumb to the burden and you will be forgotten...

The Words of The Fallen God

Study them well, for their meaning is our purpose, our meaning in life.


"Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" - The chant of the Deep Ones, a chant too complex for the human's feeble vocal system to pronouce in an acceptable manner. Translates into English "In his house at R'lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming".

Do not let our vastly inferior language confuse you. The Dark One might be dead, but "That is not dead which can eternal lie. And with strange aons even death may die" as the Necronomicon taught us. When the stars are right the Dark One will be born anew and destroy anyone who opposes him, his loyal followers rendered immortal and powerful beyond imagination.

Human design limits us to our undignifying shortening of the Deep One chant to the humanly possible chant "I'a Cthulhu, Cthulhu fthagn". Translates into "Hail Cthulhu, Cthulhu waits" possibly "Cthulhu dreams".


These are the words of Cthulhu, our master, our god!

Forum

The Cult now has a Forum

Click Here for access

Under Construction

This page is still under construction while I figure what to put here? Stay tuned :) --Senister 13:41, 1 February 2008 (UTC)

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