The Temple Of Naught
A remnant of a long dead past ripped from it’s grave through unholy might. A place once used to praise those who gave life and maintained order but now, it is tainted. He is the one who has tainted this once hallowed ground. His presence has warped it into nothing more then a dark shadow of it’s former self.
The Temple Of Naught was not always the true name of such a place. It began as the place of worship for an ancient tribe who called themselves the Nomads. They held a set of unique beliefs that served only to garner the ridicule of all those they sought to educate. Through their religion all gods existed and continued to survive as long as there were those who would pray to them. They crafted stories about all the pantheons and how interconnected they truly were. Some were true and, like many myths, a majority were false.
This temple was crafted and named the Temple of Man. It was placed amidst the frozen peaks of the Altai Mountains. They chose this location because it was somewhere that the sun would shine brightest and they could offer worship to all the deities. This is reason that Methodius chose it. A place where those that cast him out were praised was the best fit for his own temple. He defiled it with his dark power; using his destructive abilities to shatter the many statues that stood between the mighty pillars. These depictions of other gods long dead served only to anger him and remind him of their betrayal.
The only decor left inside the ruins are frozen pillars, snow covered and cracked marble, and a large stone obelisk that houses the throne they crafted for their sun god.
The Throne Of The God King
A seat once crafted for the posterior of Amun Ra the one true sun god and king of all gods under the beliefs of the Nomads. It was a seat placed in the one spot to receive the largest amount of consistent sunlight from the reflective mirrors that lined the obelisk.
Now the seat is his and he holds the title of God King. All others who dare to seat themselves atop its stone surface is one who claims themselves a god and such an act is punishable by his hands.
Behind the throne is a massive depiction of the Nomads greatest work of art. A carved mural depicting all the gods gathered around the planet earth. At one point it would have been a beautiful sight to lay your eyes upon but, now it is a broken remnant of their society.
Upon the placement of himself in the seat his dark power has corrupted the place. The heads of gods were carved by large arcs of purple energy into blackened skulls. Tattered white cloths that hung from wooden pillars became stained red. The entire room was changed underneath his darkness, shifted into something more fitting his presence.
The Pantheon of Amun Gyakusatsu
Those that are cast out, those that have no place, and those that have nothing are the ones that turn to him. They gather in secret to call his name and ask for power. They call his name and ask for vengeance. They call his name and ask for war. It is these voices that he hears; these prayers constantly delving deep into his thoughts.
To meet such a god one must truly take a journey of survival. A trek through the siberian wilderness and into the mountains yields fatal for most all who attempt it. However, the reward of being able to lay their eyes on their god and pray at his feet.
To follow the words of Amun Gyakusatsu one must adopt a radical thought process. All leaders other than the vessel Methodius are puppets waiting to be controlled. All who worship other gods are practitioners of ignorance and are simply being deceived for Amun Gyakusatsu is the one true god.
The Village of Methodius
The village of Methodius is the name given to the recent development of a few small wooden homes located a small walk away from the Temple of Naught. These serve as the hand made homes of Methodius's followers who wish to live closer to their god. The homes are usually heated with a fireplace and illuminated by candles. Each one houses only a few worshipers and as those who wish to live closer to Methodius arrive the village grows.
- Standard RPG and CVU rules apply.
- Only minor destruction allowed.
- This location is open as long as you provide a decent enough reason to be here.
- Anyone can choose to follow the pantheon but adding to it without my permission is not allowed.
- Have fun