Context: PCs just confronted a firewood deliverer who might be a cultist about his cultisty tattoo. Ignatious (party fire wizard) decided to pump the firewood deliverer’s wife for information. After 3 natural 20s he successfully seduces the woman much to the rest of the party’s disgust.

GM (me): Now that Ignatious had had his way with the Scottish firewood deliverer’s beefy wife he-

Ignatious: Achievement get!

Party: *groans*


Emperor Zombie: I’m merely expressing gratitude!

Screw-On Head: Perhaps you might express in apology?

Emperor Zombie: Oh no, he didn’t! Apologize to you? Pardon me if I say poppycock!

Screw-On Head: Then say it!

Emperor Zombie: Poppycock!

-”The Amazing Screw-On Head”

@thefingerfuckingfemalefury you should play fallen london instead of Episode, it’s much more up your alley. There’s lesbians, canon trans ppl, friendly tentacle monsters, less friendly hypercapitalist eldritch abominations, and all wrapped up in a setting that is dark and creepy, yet at the same time hilarious.

also it’s huge and open and nonlinear and you can actually do just about anything. And when i say anything i mean that “sell your soul to devils in exchange for mind blowing sex”, “become a cultist of a vengeful god even though everyone tells you it’s a bad idea”, and “travel to an island where you can’t do anything because the clothes you are wearing are literally fighting you” are all actual, canon storylines.

sunset and evening star, and one clear call for me

some AshleyxMiranda for femslash feb, also here on Ao3


Ashley didn’t think much of it the first time she met Miranda at Shepard’s side. As far as she was concerned Miranda was just another Cerberus cultist, with all the wrong ideals and fighting for the wrong things and if she didn’t come back from that suicide mission Shepard seemed hell bent on then it was just one less Cerberus operative to worry about.

The second time she met Miranda things were different however, the woman was no longer wearing the markings of Cerberus and had a tired look in her eyes.

“Shepard told me if I had information about Cerberus’ upcoming mission I should talk to you.” Miranda said, without further explanation and walked past Ashley into her room.

“Shepard got you a message while in incarceration?” Ashley wouldn’t have put it past the Commander but it still seemed bizarre. “Why send you to me?”

Miranda glanced over at her, “Because she knew you were the one person who would hate what Cerberus was doing as much as I’d hated what it’d become.” Miranda clenched her fist, “I believed in them. I did.”

Ashley titled her head, taking in the small reaction that was the only indication of a crack in the foundation that was Miranda Lawson’s tough exterior.

“Tell me what you’ve got then.” She said and gestured to the couch for Miranda to take a seat.

As Miranda did she wondered if all Cerberus agents were taught to sway their hips like that and quietly snorted in her amusement at the idea of it.

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(W) Jason Aaron (A) Chris Bachalo (CA) Kevin Nowlan

The Witchfinder Wolves are here and Doctor Strange is in trouble. The Empirikul is coming, Magic’s days are numbered and Strange is not ready! 


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A brand new horror series from the company that does it best explores the urban myth of Satan’s Hollow.  Urban legend tells of a satanic cult that performed rituals in the Ohio woods at the turn of the century. The rituals became more and more disturbing and eventually led to the ultimate evil… a human sacrifice. Legend states the cultists were so successful that they opened a portal that
leads directly to hell. Now, twenty years later, the last surviving victim of the cult has returned, but something immensely evil has arrived with him… an entity known only as the Shadowman.


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Why Does Los Angeles Attract So Many Cults?

“We went deep on the Los Angeles obsession with cults, cultists, cult-like groups, organizations we’d never refer to as cults for legal reasons, organizations that are definitely not cults but are kinda weird, and other related subjects. You don’t have to go into a trance or commune with any ancients to relive it—here it is, in all its alien superbeing glory:

An introduction:

· An Introduction to the Long History of Los Angeles Cults
· Ask the Experts: Why Does Los Angeles Attract So Many Cults?
· How to Start Your Own Los Angeles Cult in 14 Easy Steps

The buildings:
· 8 Notorious Los Angeles Cult Locations: Then and Now
· 7 of LA’s Most Magnificent Examples of Masonic Architecture

The juicy stories:
· The Pasadena Haunts of the Occultist Who Cofounded JPL
· The Earliest and Weirdest LA Cult Stories: 1700s to 1940s

The Manson Family:
· The Story of the Abandoned Movie Ranch Where the Manson Family Launched Helter Skelter
· Mapping 13 Key Locations in the 1969 Manson Family Murders

The health-obsessed:
· How Cultists, Quacks, and Naturemenschen Made Los Angeles Obsessed With Healthy Living
· The Respectable LA Houses of 1970s Hippie Cult The Source
· Café Gratitude and the Cult of Commerce

- Curbed LA's Cults Week