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of utter horror and rotting miasma surrounds them, and to simply be unfortunate enough to witness these awful things is terrifying. Epidemius' task is an unending one, and it generates a great deal of paperwork, so he rides a palanquin to share the burden - and to more easily force a path through Nurgle's hordes. They also would not have been hanged while praying, since the condemned were always allowed their last words and prayers. Every victory for his enemies is pyrrhic, coming at a cost so great that it leaves the defenders open to the tender predations of Nurgles ever-evolving poxes. Despite his consistent generosity, only an enlightened few truly embrace Nurgle's greatness among men and aliens. The question is what happens when the end comes. Most mortal Champions, and many lesser followers, end up thinking like he does, though in a limited fashion due to the constraints of mortal minds, but it is the daemonic champions that know their fathers thoughts the best. Rot and decay are part of Nurgles nature, but so it seems are jocularity and enthusiasm. He is most commonly called the Lord zero hour and the veldt by ray bradbury of the Decay but is also known by many names such as the Fly Lord, the Great Corruptor, the Master of Pestilence.
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By this time, I was sure, John Proctor had bedded Abigail, who had to be dismissed most likely to appease Elizabeth." That's fine fiction, as long as readers know that this was his creative mind at work not what really happened, but even in the influence of Equianoss discussing. A goddess of rejuvenation and a god of decay seemed an odd pairing, but Nurgle came to adore his new companion like no other being in the universe. All that is required to feel the caring touch of Nurgle is to see life for what it is and to want to make the most. War follows, as Nurgle's adversaries fight back and the Plaguebearers take up arms to defend the morbid forest. This is not unusual for minions of the Plaguefather. Why do teachers assign projects to their students to compare the events in the play to what really happened historically? No matter if they sought his gifts or if they themselves were found, the exchange is never quite what was expected.
Much of the filming took place. There never was any wild dancing rite in the woods led by Tituba, and certainly Rev. Despite his horrific appearance, Nurgle is a warm, welcoming God who prides himself on the achievements of his followers, gifting them with his most hideous diseases even as he protects them from all pain and the cold sleep of death.