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Forgotten Fiends: Mystarodia

Forgotten Fiends: Mystarodia

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When the scholars of Creation speak of the inmates of Hell, the same few terrifying names spring from their lips: Cecelyne, Kimbery, the Ebon Dragon, dread Malfeas himself. But those are far from the only titans trapped in the demon realm.  The souls of the more esoteric Yozis also live, strive and scheme in shadow of their famous, fearsome siblings.

Forgotten Fiends introduces some of these strange new characters, such as the Mystarodia, the Vessel Beyond Possibility. This soul of Oramus once sailed the Time Beyond, a non-existent realm impossible pasts and futures, her own souls serving as her crew on her endless explorations. Now she rots in Malfeas as a hellish wreck, a single unpredictable gate to alternate time-lines resting in her hold. Her crew are scattered, each trying to come to terms with the loss of their freedom.

Forgotten Fiends: Mystarodia contains a third circle demon, seven second circle demons and two breeds of first circle demons, complete with Ex3 stats, and three artefacts.

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Evan R October 26, 2021 6:29 pm UTC
i gotta ask, did farscape play a part in inspiring this fiend? because i am getting some heavy moira vibes from the 3rd circle demon proper and the defining soul.
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Zoe M October 28, 2021 3:31 pm UTC
It did indeed. Mystarodia is in fact an anagram of Tardis Moya. :)
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Evan R October 28, 2021 3:55 pm UTC
i knew it. divinghast (probobly butchering the name) immediately struck me as being inspired by the doctor. and of course, all the differences can be explained by the fact that its a demon, and as such is warped into something monsterous.
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Zoe M October 28, 2021 4:47 pm UTC
Oddly, I wasn't thinking of the Doctor at all when I wrote Divertigast! I can see the parallel though, now that you mention it. I was more thinking of the mistaken identity spy comedy trope generally.
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Evan R October 28, 2021 5:20 pm UTC
hmm, i can see that now.

may i ask what the other inspirations for the souls where. i just love your work on the forgotten fiends, and i want to know the inspiration behind the others.
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Zoe M October 29, 2021 3:24 pm UTC
Zoe McAuley

Thank you so much! I'm glad someone out there is enjoying this stuff! Well, since you're interested, I can ramble a little.

Unfortunately, Croupion, Cricetulus, the Wyrdigan and the concept of a missing soul come from a prophecy-related idea for a 3rd circle demon I came up with five years ago and so I can't remember exactly where they came from, other than presenting various ways of handing out dubious predictions. Re-working them was simple enough, since prophecy is just time travel for information.

At the most basic level, I started off matching up soul roles with the stereotypical star ship officer roles and worked from there. So Aegisara is the security officer and a Warden soul who has failed in her role spectacularly (I mean, all warden souls have failed miserably, but it's more obvious for Aegisara), so I wondered what the most ridiculously spectacular sort of vengeance would be. Scrazzazar is the engineering officer and also a little bit of a Red Dwarf...See more
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Evan R October 29, 2021 4:53 pm UTC
it definitly was. looking foreward to the next entry in the forgotten fiends series.
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