Ordyh Has Risen

It is not the dark you should fear, but what dwells with in it.

Through the ages, humans have found themselves turning a blind eye too that which is moral.

Holding true only to their egos, and believing themselves to be above all things living and dead. It is this ego that attracts the dark ones, it is this fearlessness that they seek. Once this lack of fear has been discovered, Ordyh then begins it’s ritual.

With faces that resemble the skulls of animals and demeanors of the death reapers of old, they seek out only those with no fear. First you will see them only from eye’s corner and will shrug it off as a shadow or illusion of light. 

Then creeping into one’s dream state and an unwitting mind finds it’s existence. Soon, fear starts to pool, these frightful dreams become waken and give new life a trio of these vicious beings.

 They begin by feasting on the flesh of those you hold dear. Not just that of family or friends, but of all who know your name, friend and foe alike. Whole communities and villages ravaged slowly with you as a witness. Those devoured are just in body, and they call upon their tormented spirits to haunt you while eating those still amongst the living. Until a shattered existence of that society is all that remains and is burning to ruins.

 Then, with nothing left but fear and anguish, they feed on your broken soul, leading to the assimilation. Your are split into three and only then you understand these three ominous beings were once one, who did not fear or believe that they should.

This is when you become part of Ordyh.

From the darkness, Ordyh will rise.

“There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”

Hamlet (1.5.167-8), Hamlet to Horatio-William Shakespeare (26 April 1564 (baptised) – 23 April 1616) 

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