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 Posted: Jul 15 2017, 09:33 AM
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Doot doot, please see title, this space for rent.

Hallo thar!

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Charries (click for further information):
Chimaera - Flesh Golem - Little Wordy Bastard of an Artificial Life Form
"You are not on guard. I cannot quite comprehend how. Is it not basic life instincts to either be hostile towards or to be fearful of foreign species that operate outside one's worldview?"
Icarath - N'Vaen Demon - High Fantasy Dr. Satan Frankenstein
"Unfortunate. Subject expired sooner than anticipated. Need next subject. Cannot delay research, progress."
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 Posted: Jul 15 2017, 09:36 AM
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A little blurb trying to explain what Icarath is in the form of a short scene. Once it gets approval, will post it to BTAC dA group.

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For Lethias's Eternal Peace

Mortals. Particularly the lesser humanoid races. Such fragile creatures. Their bones were so brittle, that they had to devise ways to keep them still as they healed ever so slowly. So many vulnerable, soft, fleshy points. And even if one did not kill them, they lived such short lives - barely reaching two-hundred years at best.

So much work was to be done on these fragile creatures if they were to serve the Lady Lethias and the Death Clan as anything more than a meal. Kurai was not a realm for the weak. However, these creatures were also some of the most plentiful, and therefore made decent test subjects.

And for Icarath, that was its own delight.

The insectoid N’Vaen stood between seven to eight feet tall - an insectoid Zirus, with trunk-like, plated, segmented legs. He possessed three sets of limbs on his torso, with the top pair being a set of scorpion-like pincers - the rest of his arms were segmented with thin, grasping finger-like extremities. A massive tail with a glistening stinger reached here and there for various implements to be utilized on the subject for today - the subject which was restrained to the iron disc-like table via shackles.

As Icarath worked, an orb glowed with an intense yet sickly and unnatural neon green light above the subject, casting its haunting tint on the barren, windowless, solid stone walls, stained with liquids best left unspecified. The eerie green glow illuminated the creature’s terror-stricken face as Icarath tinkered, dissecting the test subject.

The fleshy humanoid screamed with an unholy note as Icarath peeled away the ribs, snapping them off methodically with his scorpion-like pincers. His multitude of eyes simply stared, focusing on the subject - unable to convey any sort of care, whether sympathy or pleasure.

Today, he would finally fix the problem of these non-demon digestive systems. Such inefficiency. They could not process bloodwater or the native plantlife. Disgustingly pathetic. So troublesome. He grasped the stomach and felt it, squeezed it, prodded it, all while the restraints held down the thrashing, wailing human. As the creature screamed and thrashed with more intensity, the light pulsated with increasing frequency, trying to keep the fragile life alive.

“Lord Icarath! The human cannot take much more!” his lab assistant shouted, attempting to overcome the screaming.

“No concern necessary. Continue direct exposure to reiatsu spectrum." His voice was like the grumbling of a dragon's stomach, yet had the mechanical monotone of a golem. Brief. Blunt. To the point.

“My lord, I meant we cannot maintain their vitals - they are about to-”

As if on cue, the orb flickered and flashed, before slowly dying down, as the human’s screaming slowed to a gasp before fading into silence. The scent of its exposed viscera and associated fluids and wastes was starting to mingle with the other scents of past experiments.

“Unfortunate. Next subject. Cannot delay digestive system study.”

Human cattle. A somewhat plentiful commodity, and easy to catch and breed. However, so fragile. But if he could make these human cattle into expendable but formidable soldiers, that would give the Death Clan an edge over the War Clan.

Glory to the Death Clan. In Lethias’s triumph, may all be granted Her eternal peace.

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Charries (click for further information):
Chimaera - Flesh Golem - Little Wordy Bastard of an Artificial Life Form
"You are not on guard. I cannot quite comprehend how. Is it not basic life instincts to either be hostile towards or to be fearful of foreign species that operate outside one's worldview?"
Icarath - N'Vaen Demon - High Fantasy Dr. Satan Frankenstein
"Unfortunate. Subject expired sooner than anticipated. Need next subject. Cannot delay research, progress."
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 Posted: Jul 15 2017, 11:03 AM
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Prayer of Lethias's Covenant

White mistress, Goddess hound,
Pelt, pale like settled, sleeping ashes,
Eyes, red as the oceans themselves.

Grant us the presence to strike fear and terror that shatters the wills of warlords and kings.
Grant us the strength to instill your eternal peace upon this cacophonous world.
Let your terror force them to their knees, begging for an end to the discordant symphony of life.

All of this in your glorious name, for your eternal peace.

Amen.

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Charries (click for further information):
Chimaera - Flesh Golem - Little Wordy Bastard of an Artificial Life Form
"You are not on guard. I cannot quite comprehend how. Is it not basic life instincts to either be hostile towards or to be fearful of foreign species that operate outside one's worldview?"
Icarath - N'Vaen Demon - High Fantasy Dr. Satan Frankenstein
"Unfortunate. Subject expired sooner than anticipated. Need next subject. Cannot delay research, progress."
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