|Titles||The Parasite Seed|
|Areas of Concern|| Invasiveness|
|Domains||Animal, Evil, Law, Travel|
|Subdomains||Exploration, Fear, Feather, Fur|
|Favored Weapon||Heavy flail|
Source: The City Outside of Time, pg(s). 78
From its home in the Shadow Plane, Morrobahn scatters tiny pieces of itself into each of its perfect creations across the planes, ensuring its survival despite catastrophes. Such hosts become forever plagued by Morrobahn's memories and impulses, which are often painful or traumatic for the host. When the host dies, Morrobahn's piece returns to the Shadow Plane, bringing with it a copy of the host's biological make-up to improve Morrobahn as a whole.
Morrobahn's devotees travel across multiple planets in search of perfect beings, sometimes forcibly bringing about perfection via alchemy, surgery, or even eugenics. When a specimen is deemed sufficiently perfect, the cult enacts an occult ritual to implant a sliver of Morrobahn into it.
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