Cult of Scorpio

Sakis wandered around, telling everyone of Scorpio. His services came at a price other than money- that of conversion. But the hero of the Devildrome, the freelance psychopath who had been helping Westcrown in strange ways, the Wundrasbane, and again a savior (though he disagreed) of the city, continued to be worth the price to many. The Cult of Scorpio spread as Sakis traveled, looking for purpose. He left followers of Scorpio and even some freshly-realized Psions in his wake.

The biggest problem was that he didn’t know very much about Scorpio. So Sakis filled in his beliefs as needed. The Cult of Scorpio values a few core ideas, including but not limited to needless displays of excess, equality and vengeance through power, and fistbumps.

The Cult of Scorpio could hardly be considered a “good” organization, but they held a grudge against the current shady underworld of Westcrown. They formed one of their own- a shady overworld to oppose it, an organized mob that felt no fear, no reason to hide in the shadows. Psionic tattoos were given to prominent members on proud display, showing their allegiance and allowing them to communicate and organize far more than the isolated groups of anarchic rabble that they otherwise would’ve been. They are the Cult of Scorpio. And they’re not at all a menacing potential threat.

Cult of Scorpio

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