Monday, July 29, 2019

D6x6 Regretful Fausts

Dude Moloch lmao (but seriously read up on Jeffrey Epstein)

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D6This Faust made a bargain for
1the prosperity and entitlement of themself and their destitute family.
2the beauty, charisma, and love they’d been denied by fortune.
3the strength to rid their home of bandits and mercenaries.
4tutelage in the arts both mundane and magical.
5long life, lasting youth, and perfect health.
6the utter ruination of an enemy.
D6This Faust made a bargain with
1a minor yet ambitious courtier in a hellish duke’s court.
2a thing of mud and mold they found bound in the cellar of an abandoned church.
3a demonic merchant they commissioned a middleman diabolist to summon.
4a fiend named in a grimoire they stole out of desperation.
5the familiar demon of a wizard that snuck away from its master to cause mischief.
6a charming sort they didn’t realize was a demon until too late.
D6This Faust seeks to get out of their bargain
1because they’ve had a spiritual awakening and now despise their affront against their god.
2because an ancestor of theirs long ago damned contacted them in a dream to warn of the torment that awaits them if they don’t.
3because inquisitors have caught wind of it and are now hunting them down.
4because they’ve grown to hate the demon they bargained with and wish to spite it.
5because another demon’s made them a better offer, but they can’t take it up until they remove the other claim on their soul.
6because it hasn’t satisfied them like they thought it would.
D6This Faust’s bargain might be escaped
1if the demon they bargained with is destroyed.
2if the demon they bargained with is tricked into reneging on its end.
3if they can make a successful plea before a synod.
4if they can find someone willing to take their place without enchantment or coercion.
5if they can evade death for long enough that the demon becomes too frustrated to collect.
6if they forsake the boons they got from it and hold to vows of absolute charity and pacifism for the rest of their life.
D6The demon this Faust made a bargain with seeks to seal their deal
1by bribing another mortal to murder them.
2by sending an infernal bounty hunter after them.
3by unleashing suggestive disasters and plagues until an angry mob kills them as a witch.
4by disguising itself as a person and deceiving them into confirming their debt.
5by hollowing out their body and taking it as their vessel.
6by poisoning the boons it granted against them, while keeping to the letter of the bargain.
D6Should their soul be taken, this Faust
1will be crushed into a cobblestone to pave the roads of hell, and forever be trampled by red-hot iron wheels.
2will be interrogated and vivisected, dismantled and reassembled, so that demonkind might glean superior methods to corrupt humanity.
3will have their eyeballs torn out and pressed like grapes for their juices, then regrown to repeat the process ad infinitum.
4will be made an incubator for newborn demons, their spirit gnawed away from within, always edging closer to but never fully reaching oblivion.
5will be flayed and sent in ghostly form to haunt their living friends and family and tempt them into making a bargain of their own to lessen this Faust’s suffering.
6will be made a chew toy for hellhounds.

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