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The reasons are likely somehow connected to lash's forum sig

 

You're definitely on the right track

 

 

 

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?

 

One of these should be rephrased, but it's 99% close. If none else puts it in better words, Intrigue gets one point.

 

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.

 

One of these is very close!

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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

1) Because it was part of a card game

2) Because the killer loves Mur (god) more than anyone else

3) So that someone kills the killer for doing this crime (killing god) and then the killer would be dead as well, and he could interact/learn from the dead Mur in a better way because they'd always be together :D

4) To change Mur to become a new/better god, one that the killer could never wander away from

5) To see how it felt like to kill the god he loves

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1. The killer loved Mur

2. Mur wished to understand death, or experience what change a Mur goes through in death

3. The killer, knowing Mur's wishes, helped him accomplish this death. 

4. The killer does not care for the reason why Mur wanted to be dead, merely he loves Mur, therefore does what Mur wishes. 

5. Mur wished his death, so the killer served Mur by killing him. 

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1) Because it was part of a card game

2) Because the killer loves Mur (god) more than anyone else

3) So that someone kills the killer for doing this crime (killing god) and then the killer would be dead as well, and he could interact/learn from the dead Mur in a better way because they'd always be together :D

4) To change Mur to become a new/better god, one that the killer could never wander away from

5) To see how it felt like to kill the god he loves

 

 

To elevate Mur as a god to another level.

To learn something from the killing of a god.

 

In both cases, one of the mentioned contains something true.

Keep trying folks!

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In both cases, one of the mentioned contains something true.

Keep trying folks!

 

Wait so.. both of us have one correct point or we were just close to one?

 

 

Also:

1) Because the killer represents such an action (LAShTAL represents those actions performed by a purposeful will, without lust of result). In this case, killing Mur had a purpose, and at the same time it was done with patience.

2) Derived from the above: because the killer wanted to learn patience/self control

3) Derived from the above: to see how long the killer could control himself and resist the temptation of killing the Mur he loves

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Lash wanted to outshine kingslayers dst, Granos and Eon by becoming the godslayer. :P *pins medal on lash's chest*

 

My reason was more about the possibility and less about Ego-feeding ... but the basic idea is there.

If nobody puts in better words, Ary gets 1 point!

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1) To dare to do something no one else would think about

2) To improve his medal collection :P

3) To be unique and special, aka the only one with a godslayer medal? :P :P

4) For the lulz (yes this is a real reason :P :P :P )

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By destroying Mur (murdering him), He was liberating him.

 

Lashtal has some insight/understanding that it is time to face the New, and let go of the old.

 

Because unless someone did this (murdered Mur), MD would remain stagnant and the transformation into the new couldn't happen.

 

Lashtal was deceived (either by himself, or by others) into thinking that he was doing this because it needed doing, but he really was partially wanting to, thus this act satiated his desire.


Lashtal doesn't want there to be any gods in MD / desires a lack of a god.

 

Lashtal needed to obtain peace, which could only be gotten by the wisdom gained by murdering Mur.

 

To gain Immortality.


He wanted to release Mur (by murdering him) because he loved him.

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1. Lash has some sort of deathwish (either to die at the hand of mur, or because he killed mur, or so he can be reborn, not sure)

2. Mur's death is to facilitate someone's rebirth (either Mur, or Lash, or both?)

3. Lash is trying to anger Mur/get his attention

4. There is some kind of secret involved (either on Mur's end or Lash's)

5. Somebody wants someone else's job/role, and by Murdering Mur, that role potentially could be taken (what role/job i'm not sure, nor by whom)

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1. Mur's death was an act of self sacrifice in order for Mur to develop into the next "stage" of Mur-ness, Lash was merely the tool used to have this happen.

 

2. Lashtal's lack of selfishness allowed this to happen (if he'd been selfish, he wouldn't have killed mur at mur's request, or he would have killed mur for reasons of his own).

3. Contradictory almost, Lash wanted to kill mur, to satisfy Mur's wish to "advance" (level up? attain a higher... something?), thus allowing for the opposite interpretation of LAShTAL.

4. The secret is, Mur wanted to be murdered.

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1. To learn from Mur's death.

 

2. To fulfill the mandate of balance.

 

3. For the experience of the deed itself.

 

4. To discover what the denial of a god would entail.

 

5. To see how it would change him (the killer).

 

6. To bring god before their (god's) creation.

 

7. To free god from the world.

 

8. It was not a choice. It was his role to do so.

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