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I want to see Slavic and celtic rituals now…
Uh oh, somebody triple booked.
Yup and got triple paid…
And looks like he should be expecting triple the pain… Unless he planned none of them surviving, as it happens with cultists, since they are normally eaten, transformed of worse by their own deities, killed by adventurers, heroes, explorers, or the ceiling falling over them or caught in a fire, sent to another dimension, transformed into hideous creatures, sent back/forward in time, going crazy… you name it…
Heh, yeah or he’s secretly the superhero interferer.
And when the Dimensional Portal opens in the sky, the awestruck mortals behold a huge pileup of Divine Chariots and injured deities, all exchanging insurance cards.
Cthulu Truck Driver: “Move it!! Got Infinity snakes, starvin’ ova’ he’e!!”
Meanwhile, down front…
Zeus: “Listen, let’s forget about this whole ‘you rear-ended my chariot’ thing, go to a party, at my place. There’s plenty of wine and you can do whatever and whoever you want. Use all those arms, any way you like!”
Fem-Shiva: “I, uh… Oh…”
Quiet all, the chairs are aligning and I’m trying to summon my classroom assistant!
Dice rolls 1
Outcome: Assistant is sick and had to call in.
Well, they could work together. Guy #1 could attain divinity and become Moloch, then use his newfound powers to grant the Egyptian ritualists the powers over life and dead.
I can’t help but think of the scene from minty python’s life if Brian where one guy out if all the various rebel factions suggest if they all work together they can get rid of the Romans….which was promptly rejected.
If these guys worked together they could…nah!
I wonder if this will end up like when Monty Burns was explained by a doctor that since so many viruses were trying to enter his body, all got stuck at the door…
This reminds me of a Discworld novel “Guards! Guards” in which various different quasi-cult societies are having meetings, launching spells and thinking of sinister plans. But they have so many different names and clothing that they’re constantly tripping over each other.
Was there a novel version as well? I recall reading the comic format, it was a good story.
Yes, it was the first of the City Watch books, featuring the first appearance of Sam Vimes, along with Fred, Nobby and Carrot. All of the Discworld comics that I’ve heard of were based on previously-published novels. (Though my knowledge is far from exhaustive, so I could be wrong.)
No, you’re right, Wizard. The novels came first; the graphic novels/comics succeeded them.
…I kinda wanna see where this goes, considering we relatively recently had a whole incident with Religion V. Good Girl, so curious how many of these religions these guys are banking on and gods actually are gonna answer or not, or if some of them are gonna try and go after Good Girl fulfilling the devil lawyer dude’s warning and basically be like ‘get a life’ to these guys.
Hero: “Ha, evildoer! Your evil plans have been thwarted and… uh… huh… Why is the Moon still being blotted out and the sky still blood red? Did we not save the virgin?”
Nerdy looking guy: “Stop calling me that!”
Hero: “OK, he’s still alive. So… DANG IT! Did I stop the wrong planetary alignment ritual group tonight? I knew I should have gone after the Cult of Dagon instead of the Cult of the Bloody Hand.”
In the mayan tradition we ALL humans are Gods, but we don’t realize because of the dust the wind and sun blew over our eyes.
Gain consciousness of your humanity and all the possibilities of this, that was the wisdom of my ancestors.
But what do we know? my people traditions are just a death one, fit only to be the laughing matter for some stupid tv show.
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