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  • I really hope future Mummy 2e books go into more detail about the Ki-En-Gir. What does 1/3rd divine even mean? How did they rival Irem? What magics were at their disposal?
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  • Iltani, risen again! Interesting. I wonder if their most ancient roots link with Ki-En-Gir.
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  • Ah, ok! I’ll make stuff up, then... Are they still led by Shuankhsen?...
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  • Neter-Kherter and Kamakhya
    Neter-Khertet is not just in Egypt and North Africa; it covers the whole world, a place that is everywhere at once, a nonpoint in infinity. It covers Kamakhya as well, and it is no safer here than it is anywhere else, and indeed, has dangers unique to it.

    Fiends unique to India’s Neter-Khertet may be found near Kamakhya, and take the forms of towering hags coated in gore, dragging huge iron pots behind them. They snatch up shades as they find and cook them in these pots, which they light with vomit made of boiling flesh and molten iron. These hags...
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  • Demigod Beast
    replied to Wyrm cults
    Oh, I agree, Vhujunka are quite terrestrial, albeit eldritch prehuman horrors, but, from the cult’s perspective, these things are “CLEARLY” alien/extraterrestrial. The cult’s witch uses ‘devices’ (Wyrm Gifts with unnecessary, non-functioning Vhujunka gadgetry) to ‘cast’ ancient ‘spells’ from ‘the old masters amidst the stars’. Basically, they’re the Thal’hune, except in the service of active demonolatry....
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  • Nothri:
    Do you have any ideas concerning these Tibetan Buddhist hunters that come to hunt immortals? Do they have Sekhem sorcerers, stolen Utterances castable with the aid of relics, things like that?
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  • Demigod Beast
    replied to 1001 Mummy 2e Plot Hooks
    53)Something huge and swollen with corpse-gas crawls on all fours out of the Underworld into Neter-Khertet, eyes spilling smoke and mouth more lamprey-like than human. It heads towards a nearby hidden trove of relics the PCs’ meret have stashed away, and will single-mindedly seek to gather them up and return to the Underworld, where the Arisen can’t possibly follow.

    Wat do?

    54)In the ruins of Crocodopolis in Egypt, hidden from the view of tourists and natives alike, in the local Neter-Khertet sit monolithic houses of Amkhata once thought of as gods by the ancients....
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  • Demigod Beast
    replied to Monster Mash 2021 - Round 8
    Yay! A Fae-Touched! W00t-w00t!
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  • B! I want me some bound echoes!
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  • 19)There is a reason, Egyptian werewolves say, to avoid the ancient temple-city ruins like Crocodopolis. These places are inhabited in their Shadow opposite by sand-fleshed jackal-bodied spirits of Garm, bloody taloned sphinx priestesses of Ma’at and animate hieroglyphs that screech mad meaning into the ears of passers by.

    But Crocodolis is the worst of them all, for something great and evil lurks here and considers wolfflesh a great delicacy. In the Shadow of Crocodopolis, crocodile-spirits of enormous size bedecked in gold and muddy saffron play subtle games of hunter and witchcraft...
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  • Demigod Beast
    replied to Wyrm cults
    Thanks! I’ll use this option!...
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  • Demigod Beast
    replied to 1001 Mummy 2e Plot Hooks
    52)Tiny charred monkeys, their flesh cooked and raw and seared, begin to appear in Neter-Khertet. The fiends leave them be, strangely enough, but the monkeys simply will not leave the local Arisen alone. What ARE these damnable things? Wat do?
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  • Demigod Beast
    replied to Wyrm cults
    Would Vhujunka be appropriate for a cult that thinks its worshipping aliens?
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  • Some more info:

    Kamakhya’s Astral reflection
    As one PC has a mild connection to the Astral Realms, I felt it best to describe a portion of cosmology not normally relevant to Mummy: The Curse.

    The crown of fire sits in a place beyond the Arisen, and it burns with the waxing and waning of the sun. The crown is divinity, the idea a mortal can ascend through the proclamation of the believers. She who wears the crown is a goddess, and the dreams of gods bow down to her. Should she somehow commune with Goetia, these alien things will do as she says. As few child-goddesses...
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  • Demigod Beast
    replied to Wyrm cults
    Ok, cool! Thanks!
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  • Nevertheless, if made into a Lower Depth, it’s fundamemtally broken. If it’s a code word for the Supernal World, then it isn’t a Lower Depth.
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  • More on various Lower Depths, aside from Dis and Duat.
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  • Some more info:

    Kamakhya’s benbenet
    The ‘child goddess’ worshipped at Kamakhya in mortal form is usually just that: a little girl people believe has divinity. No magic surrounds her, no divinity dwells within her. This makes her eminently useful to the Arisen, who may work Utterances on her behalf while claiming she is the one doing so.

    Sometimes...sometimes the claim to divinity is real, as this child becomes a benebenet for a Judge. The earth cracks, locusts swarm, mundane rats build primitive shrines offering screeching nothings as devotion, cattle are born with...
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  • Demigod Beast
    replied to Wyrm cults
    The thing is, the “magus” is working magic, like a sorcerer does, but it draws directly upon Malfeas. Just use Gifts and Rites? How would I reflect a grimoire, using only W20?
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  • Riiiiiise! Riiiiise, once more!

    17)Sometimes, Uratha swimming out at sea find themselves pulled down by unseen currents, down and across the Gauntlet, then deeper still, to a crimson shore that is neither Shadow nor material. A tiny red sun, a dying ember, casts all under its crimson glare, bathing everything the color of blood. The beach these werewolves wash up on are eroded by sanguine waters, and, sometimes, worm-like things come up from the deep to feast on whatever they find ion the sore.

    Going inland only makes things worse, as it reveals an alien landscape of...
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