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Do we sacrifice blood for the Blood Gods?
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Dio Brando
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PostSubject: Sacrifice and its Implications.   Thu Jun 14, 2012 7:43 pm

As my first born child was sacrificed to Lord Yuellas, I have wondered is sacrifice a valid means of praying or worship. Should it be allowed?
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PostSubject: Re: Sacrifice and its Implications.   Fri Jun 15, 2012 4:44 am

I believe to a national extent yes, and also give out my sympathies to your child...

Certain cultures of Terraineus have used sacrifice as a method to enhance their connection to their religious deities, Most notably the SkoRm Federation and more actively before their demise, the Ropden Flotilla. What a faction does for their Religion is their own right, as there are many unorthodox ways of worship for some. Examples are as followed:

- The Ropden Flotilla practised active sacrifice and cannibalism as a punishment for Apostasy.
- The Republic of Arvo burned their prisoners alive as a tribute to their Sun-God.
- The SkoRm Federation punishes traitors to their cause severely by feeding them to rabid animals of their Caste.

And many more still remain.
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