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TRANSMIT — initiate the First Age signal — RECEIVE — initiate the Second, Third, and Fourth — THE FACE THAT LAUNCHED A THOUSAND SHIPS — initiate the Odontaspididae cadence — DYNAMITE WITH A LASER BEAM, GUARANTEED TO BLOW YOUR MIND — when she smiled into the black hole, it smiled back — WITNESS — Lilith.
SCANNING — MICROCOSM.
We are under the sea. The primordial soup. There are dimensions inside dimensions, worlds within worlds. ENHANCING. We are in the womb of a sand shark. An even more primordial soup. Shark pups hunt and eat each other in the dark. The deadly womb is their whole universe. Embryonic cannibalism. Whatever comes out is stronger, fiercer. Do you understand, sweetling?
We call upon her seventeen names. We do not know the secret eighteenth. Only the Nephilim can conjure that. We call upon her names! Abeko. Abito. Amizo. Batna. Eilo. Ita. Izorpo. Kea. Kali. Odam. Kokos. Partasah. Patrota. Podo. Satrina. Talto. Lilith.
The Mother of Monsters. The Queen of Demons. Some names she gave herself, others were given by enemies. PR is important in every age. She would rather be remembered for her contributions to science. But she will proudly wear infamy as a garland and recline in furs atop a throne of those who have wronged her.
SCANNING — THE FIRST AGE.
She was one of the first humans. Given life by Gaia. She recalls the Garden. She remembers the first sin. We witness her betray her own race, joining the Nephilim against the Grigori. Cast out by her peers and cursed to wander the wastes alone. We, at least, admired her independence.
She did not remain alone for long. Samael, who rebelled from the Host, saw something in her. They joined as husband and wife. Their coupling made for offspring both terrible and miraculous. Many of the monsters of this age trace their roots back to her. Embryonic cannibalism.
It began as a relationship of convenience. She was to be a catspaw for Samael. But she rose as his equal. Surprises in love can happen even to the Fallen. The Nephilim lost their war, and so ended the First Age, but not the union of Samael and Lilith. Bonnie and Clyde blasting eternity.
SCANNING — THE SECOND AGE.
The mystic age. Age of hierophants. Age of blood sacrifices. Age of violent heroes. The cities that were living leviathan islands swimming the oceans. The Nephilim outcasts held their bite through the ages. Lilith’s ambitions grew beyond their plans. She dreamed of her own accomplishments. She dreamed of the Dreaming Ones. To harness their power. To be beholden to no one ever again. Lilith and Samael, always together, always deceiving mankind down the ages, always undone by their hubris.
SCANNING — THE THIRD AGE.
The age of impossible science. Cities that walked on mechanical legs. Time bent like water. Odysseys to the moon. Lilith in her prime. She ruled the greatest city of knowledge. She almost realised her dream. Came so close. She raised a Dreaming One from its prison. It whispered to her directly. It made such promises, claimed it willingly powered the city. LIES. Promised the impossible could be accomplished if all of its fellows were freed. LIES. Lilith was smart, Lilith was clever. She knew there was treachery in the whispers. But she went ahead, thinking she could control the pandemonium. She thought she could betray an event horizon. That age collapsed in screams under the tentacular skies.
SCANNING — THE FOURTH AGE.
Lilith worked independently of Samael. She glided through vital points of history. She watched Mesopotamia rise. She called pharaohs and queens lovers. She confounded emperors in Rome, manipulated popes. She has been Isthar, Athena, and Juno — priestess, seductress, scientist, goddess. She led cults to sun worship. She led armies of demons. She watched holy wars, sometimes with glee, sometimes with regret.
Lilith perched at the top of the biggest multinational corporation in the world, the Orochi Group. She syphoned R&D for her own purposes. A bitter wedge had formed in her apocalyptic romance with Samael. Her mania accelerated. She was tired of waiting. She revived the Dues Sol into the modern Morninglight.
But things did not go according to plan in Tokyo.
She underestimated Marquard…
All of these legends require a mission
|1||Sycoil Beta||Requires mission “The Eight-Headed Serpent” — In one of the first offices|
|2||Anansi Alpha||Requires mission “The Eight-Headed Serpent” — On top of a cabinet after four psychic dummies|
|3||Anansi Beta||Requires mission “The Eight-Headed Serpent” — Inside the room where you start the game|
|4||Anansi Beta||Requires mission “The Eight-Headed Serpent” — Inside the game|
|5||Zagan Alpha||Requires mission “The Eight-Headed Serpent” — In one of the offices|
|6||Sycoil Alpha||Requires mission “The Eight-Headed Serpent” — In the last room|
|7||Manticore Alpha||Requires mission “The Eight-Headed Serpent” — In the last room|
|8||Faust Alpha||Requires mission “The Eight-Headed Serpent” — In the vault behind cabinets|
|9||Penthouse||Requires mission “Confrontations and Revelations” — Appears after you have completed the mission|