|Release||January 14, 2015|
The Seven converse below a throne several stories high, surrounded by the darkness of an empty hall littered with chairs. Gog-Agog begins sweating at the mention of Zoss, though Solomon David reassures her that he does not pose a threat, having abandoned his kingdom. The disciples of Jadis warn that his coming has been predicted by their master. Solomon remains confident that Throne would not still be empty if Zoss were around.
The booming voice of Jagganoth reaches across the hall, admonishing the Seven for not taking up the throne. He approaches swiftly and is seen with a Thorn Knight in hand. When Mottom asks why he has come, Jagganoth claims it was he who called the meeting.
I have long suspected the Belligerent Knights' single minded devotion to Jagganoth as a natural outgrowth of the core tenets of their order. When a core tenet of your knightly creed includes 'If it has a pulse – remove its skull!', what can you do about a thirty foot invincible monstrosity impervious to physical harm and with complete mastery over space-time?
Worship it, of course!
Deity's for dinner
- The secret text is a reference to an American advertising campaign for beef in the early 1990s. The original phrase is "Beef. It's what's for dinner."