|Release||December 19, 2014|
As the concordance of the Seven drags on, Mottom directs her irritation toward the missing demiurges. Of the Seven, only she, Solomon David, and Gog-Agog have arrived while Jadis can be seen suspended in a pillar of stone. Jadis herself has chosen not to participate, however her disciples speak on her behalf. The representatives of Incubus and Mammon have come in place of their respective leaders while Jagganoth is nowhere to be found.
When Mottom rants about the incompetence of the other members, Solomon and Gog-Agog brush off her invective, but Mottom continues to attack them verbally. She comments that Solomon still thinks he is a hero and implies both of them will share a similar fate at the hands of Zoss.
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God and my right (French: Dieu et mon droit)
- This offering is the first to reveal Gog-Agog's face, confirming that she is in fact female, not male as Abbadon originally inteded.
- This offering reveals that Mammon's epithet is "the Grand Dragon".
- Based on the concept art for this offering, the person in the block of stone is Jadis.
- "Dieu et mon droit" is the motto of the United Kingdom, England, and the British Monarch. It refers to the concept of divine right to rule.