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Wait... What??? Mur has been murdered?? Blasphemy!!!   Who could be so insane as to kill the creator of this world? Who could be so stupid as to waste his powers on a Demi-God, who can probably re

Totally offtopic but I have to say it: It's the VERY FIRST post of Az* that I not only fully read BUT understood as well!!! Thank you Az*!!! Made my day a more beautiful one :D

By killing a god (demi etc) the killer tried to free himself since humans are made to be dependent, God-worshipping beings. Removing (killing in this case) a god, opens up for human creativity to flo

Mur probably:

- gave the wrong answer to a serious question. 

- acted cocky and ranted how he is all powerful and how he can do this and that and can not be touched. This made the killer want to prove him wrong. 

The killer:

- wanted to surpass his own limited condition and killed Mur to inherit his powers. (old belief)

- believes that by killing a demon he will be forgiven / cleansed of his sins or such. 

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1. To become the new god of MD

2. To try to overthrow the current god of MD

3. To free MD of a super power

4. To show that the people in MD do have influence

5. To show that Mur isn't as all powerful as everyone thinks he is

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1. Killer wants to securely get Murs attention and make him realize that his absence from the game has serious repercussions throughout the game (it's becoming more and more stagnant)

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The killer wants to take over SOTIS somehow

The killer disagrees with Mur's concepts of SOTIS

The killer regards himself as a better replacement for leader of SOTIS, but Mur refused

 

Edit: corrected spelling of "himself"

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To bring Mur into Necro

To learn from Mur

Because he wanted to!


because the mandrake told you to?

the shades wanted you to in exchange for passing around that dark water

to gain access to the crypt and field of fear?


To be killed himself in retaliation for killing Mur?


Because the signal in the LAST AL went out, and this time Mur dying was part of the assignment?

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Not quite what I'd originally have gone with, but:

 

1. To deny the god of MD.

2. To deny Mur as the the god of MD.

3. To deny MD has a god.

4. To deny Mur's godhood.

5. To deny Mur regardless of whether or not he might be ultimately denied.

6. As an act of love for Mur.

7. To allow Mur to be reborn, or to be reborn himself.

8. Because love became desire.

9. As a form of self sacrifice.

10. To deny god so that he might not stray from god.

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Not quite what I'd originally have gone with, but:

 

1. To deny the god of MD.

2. To deny Mur as the the god of MD.

3. To deny MD has a god.

4. To deny Mur's godhood.

5. To deny Mur regardless of whether or not he might be ultimately denied.

6. As an act of love for Mur.

7. To allow Mur to be reborn, or to be reborn himself.

8. Because love became desire.

9. As a form of self sacrifice.

10. To deny god so that he might not stray from god.

 

Totally offtopic but I have to say it: It's the VERY FIRST post of Az* that I not only fully read BUT understood as well!!! Thank you Az*!!! Made my day a more beautiful one :D

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