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#51 Le_Rieur

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Posté 24 mai 2014 - 12:11

Vu que c'est révélé, je remonte ce topic.

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Rotten Dead Dite (ici) :


Sheogorath
Insanity is required for denying your non-existence. There are only two possibilities for existence: that which is logical, and that which is illogical. Learn to enjoy a banquet of stone and you will never go hungry. He oscillates from Order to Chaos. He is never unified in either state. In both realms: extremes, never allowed to have one quick moment of lucidity when he could be both at once.
This impossibility is central to the concept of CHIM: to deny your own mortality is to achieve the impossible.

Malacath
Learn to survive in isolation. Independence, freedom, self-reliance. Understand what it truly means to be alone, and in so doing, become self-reliant. By learning self-reliance, one can learn his limitations and become peaceful, having determined what is impossible and therefore irrelevant. Furthermore, Malacath is inseparably associated with Lorkhan after Boethiah altered him. He has oscillated from Lorkhan's enemy into the protector of his greatest Secret.
The ability to live without assistance allows us to truly appreciate the advantages of the assistance of others: we do not require it, therefore we are free to accept it without condition.

Molag Bal
Through submission you may learn self-control. When forced to perform in unexpected ways to unreasonable stimuli, you gain perfect control over your emotions, your reactions, your body, your soul. And yet, despite this fascination with forced supplication, Molag Bal supplicates himself to the Will of Lorkhan and his Secret.
By learning perfect self-control, a Mortal is no longer a slave to the will of his body. We become free to express our will without constraint, not the constraint of others, not even the constraint of ourselves.

Mehrunes Dagon
Survive in the midst of total obliteration. Comprehend the truth of destruction: it is not erasure, but transformation. He serves the Secret even though it is the first letter of his Doom, and he will not be permitted to join its transition. Like the other Daedra, his punishment is eternal, and so as he suffers he inflicts suffering upon others, becoming the Razor that cuts them into better shapes.
When a Mortal learns to survive anything, he learns that he need not fear death or pain. By conquering fear he becomes at peace with the universe.

Boethiah
Boethiah is obsessed with the plot Lorkhan created, the plot to allow mortals to create the New Amaranth, a new God. He has realized the concept of the Enantiomorph. He's aware of the concept and he's correctly identified it as the Universal Plot, the Plot of the Universe, and therefore within his domain and his concern. Boethiah's loyalty to Lorkhan is without question, and he will stop at nothing, not even the transformation of Lorkhan's executioner, Trinimac, to create the Amaranth. He hides these secrets within his sphere as a Warrior guards his tower.
Boethiah yearns for this moment, as a woman's womb might yearn for seed to give birth to a Flower. Every new concept must have a Mother, and that Mother is Boethiah.

The Daedra are waiting for you. They are waiting for you to learn at their feet, to speak to them as they are. Teachers, Masters. The greatest of lessons are often held by the blackest of hands. Reach Heaven by Violence.

Modifié par Le_Rieur, 24 mai 2014 - 12:14.

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