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Nil-born and tempered in the fires of its deepest pits, they have but one mandate from the Supreme Master: "Damnation and Dominion over All". The Midnight Legion, the souls damned to Nil for eternal torment, must swell in number and the Infernals have been tasked with reaping the souls of the Basin to empower the Dominator himself. Luciphage is eternally patient and so are his Infernals - they embrace the revered undeath that they may fall and rise, no task too perilous, no obstacle too grand for the undying. Cunning and manipulation are their weapons, but so is brute strength when the situation calls upon it. Power is its own reward but by empowering themselves, they also empower the Supreme Master.
The Society scoffs at no man's darkest desires for each of their members has a wicked agenda of their own. Not for the weak of heart or those prone to black and white morality, they embrace those who fear not walking the thin line between madness and success; there is no wrong path in the name of progress. The Society is the only place where they find their equals but even among peers there is no peace. Only here can they vie for the most scandalous proposal, brag of the most outrageous experiment, or compete for the highest death toll . Bedecked as gentlemen and ladies, they hide the corruption and darkness behind the masks of high society and revel in this obscene game of pretend with one another. Many turn their nose up at it, and still make it far in the Society, for even then they are better than everyone else who serves mindlessly and who does not reach farther, higher, for that unattainable "enough".
In the Verses of Magnora was its transformation foretold, but first Magnagora paid obeisance to the Fates and worshiped the Five Truths of Shallamar. It was only once Their treachery was revealed and the transformation complete, that the city was able to see the entire picture clearly: they have been instruments of the Fates and little else, to be woven into the Tapestry with no regard for their own will. No more, the Heralds have risen from the ranks of Magnagorans to cast the shackles of the wicked Sisters of Fate aside and forge their own path - devise their own Dark Fates. Guided by the spiritual teachings of the Demon Lords and tempered by the wisdom of the ancient Earth Lords, the Heralds seek to transform into ideal Magnagorans - enlightened, empowered, unchained.