I saw a story about how lucifer revived the three of god and evil in the wiki, where I can found that full story?
What's on your mind?
Why Doom Slayer isn't on the wiki ?
Are the true archangels, like Michael Raphael and Gabriel, on the same level as the deities
If an angel and a demon had a child what would it be?
Yeah, I am kinda new to this wiki, so I am not 100% sure how things work here, but I wonder why does the seven sins and seven virtues pages look like they were written by an hardcore american right winger? Things like Fox News, fossil fuel, free market and voting trump are listed in the virtue page, and things like liberalism, taxation, globalism and the democratic party are listed in the sin page. How those things are related to sins and virtues?
Concerning sources, traditions and the longevity of the wiki:
In reading some of the entries I found the pieces were sourced from many traditions and sources, whether biblical, apocryphal, hermetic, judaic or ceremonial. What saddens me is that none of the points were cited or descriptive of their source and if they were, it was a superficial one.
In time, will there be proper citation so readers can investigate further on some of the finer points? Broadly much can be found in the works of Solomon, the gospel of enoch, and the like but others are anthropomorphized in the manner seen in ceremonial conjuring, like in the work of Frater Ashen Chassan - but only someone from the hermetic tradition would know this, which sucks for those who aren't.
I'm doing a role playing adventurer group called "The seven kings of hell" and for it i need the seven kings of hell and seven lesser demons (Or whatever they are called) of the sort like dukes or earls of hell.
I already have the first one: Gluttony- Beelzebub, Sloth- Belphegor, Lust- Asmodeus, Greed- Mammon, Envy- Leviathan, Pride- Lucifer and Wrath- Satan.
But i'm having trouble with the second one. The only ones that i found and kinda fit in are Greed- Valefar and Pride- Satanachia and Lust- Succubus (I know it's a type of demons but i like how it sounds) so if anyone here knows any demon that would fit in for the other sins I'm open for suggestions!
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To the users here whom are present at the time, please note that the Apocalypse will begin in the chatzy since the chat is not exactly working properly for me at the moment. And also, a little side note, I'd appreciate it if you role played the side characters such as the Marines and U.S. Air Force and if possible the armies that consist of the supernatural creatures as well. I obviously can't do this all on my own while you role play your own respective few characters. I could use all the aid I need to make it through. Thank you for your time and cooperation.
But seriously, where's mai ALMSIVI? There's not nearly enough CHIM here and it's stressing me out. How can you have god with no godhead? not even enantiomorphs? Vehk, Seht and Ayem weep.
I have a question: How can this wiki's mythos possibly reconcile the fact that it mixes so many lores? From the Christian Lore of the Antichrist (and yet there's no Christ?), to Angels and Demons of Abrahamic Lore, both monotheistic, to the Aztec God of Tezcatlipoca, a polytheistic mythos, to the concepts of Chinese and Japanese folklore, all of these beings seem utterly contradicting and unable to co-exist. How can both Gaia, from Greco-Roman paganism, and Satan, from Abrahamic lore, exist side-by-side?
This wiki actually has both the Horsemen of the Apocalypse and Fenrir. Those are from two totally different mythologies with very, very, loose similarities (largely because the tale of Ragnarok was written down, not by Vikings, but by Christians). How can there be two apocalypse narratives that are both seemingly valid?
I think this is worthy of a discussion, don't you? So, in short:
How does this Wiki's lore reconcile the multiple and contradicting narratives within it?
Is there a singular truth on this wiki, or are all mythologies equally valid, despite their contradictions?
Hey guys, I'll be away for a while, I am going to a city because I am going to court. (I never did anything btw.) I am charging my father. :P So... Wish me luck!