"When there's hell to pay, I'm the bill collector. "

In the beginning, the world was made of beauty and of magick. Before there were humans, there were gods and those who served them and did their bidding whatever their bidding was.

When the gods began to war against themselves, a new breed was born out of their senseless violence. Chthonians by name, these new creatures came from the earth that flowed red with the blood of the gods. Born of mortals, the Chthonians were created to protect the mortal species from the gods or other divinely created beings who would prey on them.

And though they were born from mortal parents, they, themselves, were immortal beings who emerged with the powers of a god. More to the point, they emerged with the power to kill a god and not destroy the universe in the process. But for every god killed, Chthonians weaken themselves and should they kill too many, they will die from it.

To maintain the peace and...

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Are we going to see Savitar's book? with Appolymi????? Please?????

Zohar, June 6, 2016

PLease describe immortality to me, so Xev in CON tells that we're not immortal, we're just immune to decay, and we can be killed. So does that apply to everyone? do they just not age?

abs, June 4, 2016

    They are immortal unless someone kills them. That's what he means. They won't die of natural causes, but another creature could kill them and some of them can be killed by other means. And it depends on the species of the character. Xev is a god so he is technically immortal unless a Chthonian or other god (or the Malachai) kills him. He's one of those that would be very hard to kill.

    Carl, MB Staff, June 6, 2016

If Chthonians are the only ones capable of killing gods, why was it implied that had Jericho had an immortal heart at the time, he would've been capable of killing Zeus?

Mikael, May 25, 2016

    They are not the only ones capable of killing them. They are the only ones capable of doing it without destroying the fabric of the universe. There are rules and consequences.

    Carl, MB Staff, May 27, 2016

I'm confused on the ash description does that mean he can't kill a God without disrupting the balance? Bc he's not technically a chnothian he's just called a God killer?

Stephen, May 13, 2016

    SPOILER WARNING It's not that black and white. Depends on the god. And no he's not really a Chthonian. Chthonians cannot be gods. They are immortals born to mortal parents (which isn't Acheron). Ash stole/absorbed that some of those powers when he was hidden in the womb with Styxx who was a Chthonian. That was Styxx's birthright, not his and when Basi combined their life forces to hide Ash, it had unforeseen consequences (never let a drunk goddess hide your infant). But he does have some of the Chthonic powers and so he's classified as a god-killer because he can kill one and he does share some of Styxx's abilities. But as Ash says, just because you can doesn't mean you should.

    Carl, MB Staff, May 14, 2016

Why is a woman the Chthonian picture? As far as I know, there is no current Chthonian woman

Marie, May 1, 2016

    They haven't all been named and they weren't all male.

    Carl, MB Staff, May 4, 2016

Styxx has other powers aside from his chthonian ones? Ooh i can't wait to read about those.

TJ, January 26, 2016