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On the first new moon of the new year, [[Eternal Kiss|The Eternal Kiss]], an  eleven-day ceremony, reaches its climax, in which a human sacrifice is made to [[Zon-Kuthon]] after the victim is pampered and pleasured for the ten days prior.  This holiday often involves fortune-telling as a part of the torture, using the victim's entrails or their cries of pain to determine The Midnight Lord's will.<ref>{{Cite article/Pathfinder 11, Skeletons of Scarwall|68}}</ref>
 
On the first new moon of the new year, [[Eternal Kiss|The Eternal Kiss]], an  eleven-day ceremony, reaches its climax, in which a human sacrifice is made to [[Zon-Kuthon]] after the victim is pampered and pleasured for the ten days prior.  This holiday often involves fortune-telling as a part of the torture, using the victim's entrails or their cries of pain to determine The Midnight Lord's will.<ref>{{Cite article/Pathfinder 11, Skeletons of Scarwall|68}}</ref>
  
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Revision as of 09:20, 14 May 2011

Zon-Kuthon's unholy symbol

On the first new moon of the new year, The Eternal Kiss, an eleven-day ceremony, reaches its climax, in which a human sacrifice is made to Zon-Kuthon after the victim is pampered and pleasured for the ten days prior. This holiday often involves fortune-telling as a part of the torture, using the victim's entrails or their cries of pain to determine The Midnight Lord's will.[1]

References

  1. Template:Cite article/Pathfinder 11, Skeletons of Scarwall