The Chains of Hecate

O friend and companion of night,

thou who rejoicest in the baying of dogs and spilt blood,

who wanderest in the midst of shades among the tombs,

who longest for blood and bringest terror to mortals,

Gorgo, Mormo, thousand-faced moon, look favourably upon our sacrifices!

These artifacts are sacred to the three Minoan gods, and may only be wielded by one sworn to their service.

The chains allow a devotee of DIONYSOS or HECATE to entrap PAN. The entrapment also confers upon the wielder of the chains functional immortality - please see the briefing sheet. The act of binding requires a major ritual at a location of religious significance to the Minoan gods, at midnight under a star sign other than Taurus, Virgo or Aquarius. It is highly likely that PAN will manifest to try and disrupt any such ritual with great force.

If the binding is successful, the bearer of the chains will live for as long as the binding holds; but they are constantly aware of the pressures, the fragility of the binding and the fact that their life is the fragile string which holds shut the greatest of locks.

Should something... dramatic... occur which the wielder thinks might materially change the circumstances of the Binding of PAN, come to GOD and ask for Ian, Aquarion or Simon M.

These artifacts are sacred to the three Minoan gods, and may only be wielded by one sworn to their service.

The chains allow a devotee of DIONYSOS or HECATE to entrap PAN. The entrapment also confers upon the wielder of the chains functional immortality - please see the briefing sheet. The act of binding requires a major ritual at a location of religious significance to the Minoan gods, at midnight under a star sign other than Taurus, Virgo or Aquarius. It is highly likely that PAN will manifest to try and disrupt any such ritual with great force.

If the binding is successful, the bearer of the chains will live for as long as the binding holds; but they are constantly aware of the pressures, the fragility of the binding and the fact that their life is the fragile string which holds shut the greatest of locks.

Should something... dramatic... occur which the wielder thinks might materially change the circumstances of the Binding of PAN, come to GOD and ask for Ian, Aquarion or Simon M.

Wisdom of the Seer

no

Wisdom of the Ages

yes

Other

Ribbon ID 275
Type Plot Item
Phys-rep Simon to source
Source 1999 Mehib
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