Friday, 26 April 2013

W is for Worship


Bane doesn't ask for worship, he demands it. Maidens and Men of Gore do several rituals in worship and Faux City appeases him by among other things doing yearly human sacrifices.

17 comments:

  1. human sacrifices are a scary kind of worship...

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  2. These type of things always give me the shivers.

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  3. Sounds like an abuse of power there.

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  4. Yikes! Human sacrifices? I hope Bane can be taken out.

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  5. A real God doesn't need to demand it.

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  6. Yet another reason why Bane is a bad dude.

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  7. Yeah, I would rather be a sacrifice than worship a person. But when you grow up with it, like the North Koreans, it's not as easy to overcome.

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  8. Sounds like an insecure god if I'd never heard one! Writer’s Mark

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  9. You know, There's something about the name Bane that screams "Run for your lives!!"

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  10. I agree with Angela - the name is menacing.

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  11. OMG, I was about to write A good god doesn't have to demand worship and glanced at MJ's comment above and then went to Alex's, which is almost identical to what I wanted to say. This god Bane has a fitting name, as in the bane of everyone's existence. :D

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  12. Well, Bane hasn't been sounding like a kind god, so I'm not really surprised at his demands.

    Interesting stuff!

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  13. I always like ritualistic worship scenes in books because it says so much about the characters and the setting they live in that they are willing to make these crazy sacrifices. A lot of times they even consider it an honor. The book sounds cool!

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  14. Sounds interesting. Nothing like rituals and sacrifice to color a story.

    Shannon at The Warrior Muse

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