Ketil set up a sharpened stave in the center of the pentagram. The stave was weighted at the bottom with a small block that was trussed to five spikes hammered into the stone at the star’s five points. The deranged supplicant then muttered an unearthly chant, bequeathing his blood to Mormo and her minions. He stepped up onto a platform and turned away from his ghoulish masterpiece in a wide stance; spreading his arms, he gave a final shout.
“Iä! Iä! Mormo walachi beorth! Mi Mormo fhtagn! Inferna plaga vranech morpheo Mormo fhtagn! Iä! Iä, Nyarlathotep!”
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Myself (wimp that I am) I would choose a pain and gore free exit if I could.
Same, although I did have a lot of years of self-injury. My forearms have scars.Delete
Hmm, I wonder what he's up to.ReplyDelete
At that moment in time, he was quite out of his mind with despair and frenzy.Delete
Sorry to be the one to bring it up but I'm there are a couple of typos in your last paragraph. ;-)ReplyDelete
Yeah, it broke Grammarly. X-DDelete
Uh - ouch!ReplyDelete
Thank you. I tweeted yours as well.Delete
What language is that? Google Translate was no help.ReplyDelete
Sadly, Cthulhu has been a little slow at inputting the arcane language of the outer gods into Google Translate. He's dreaming in R'lyeh at the moment.Delete
Oooh, I don't know what he said, but I'm not sure it's good. :-) I'm not sure it's bad, either.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year, Cie! I hope 2021 brings good things to you and your son!