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Lashtal gets to keep Mur by/close to himself by Killing mur. (keeper of the dead)

 

Lashtal was destined to kill Mur

 

Lashtal had to kill Mur, because he does what his god tells him to.

 

Lashtal killed Mur because he loves him.

 

Lashtal killed Mur so he (lash) could be redeemed.

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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

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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

Lashtal gets to keep Mur by/close to himself by Killing mur. (keeper of the dead)

 

Lashtal was destined to kill Mur

 

Lashtal had to kill Mur, because he does what his god tells him to.

 

Lashtal killed Mur because he loves him.

 

Lashtal killed Mur so he (lash) could be redeemed.

 

One is correct. That makes one point.

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1. Lashtal was destined to kill the god;

2. To learn from the gods death;

3. To prove his love (and loyalty) to the god;

4. To be known as the godslayer (or the one who freed the god from his physical cage-the body);

5. To free himself from the chains of god worshiping;

6. Because the killer had a secret and the god knew about it;

7. Because they both shared a secret and "2 can keep a secret if one of them is dead" - credits to: The Pierces - Secret :D

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1. Lashtal was destined to kill the god;

2. To learn from the gods death;

3. To prove his love (and loyalty) to the god;

4. To be known as the godslayer (or the one who freed the god from his physical cage-the body);

5. To free himself from the chains of god worshiping;

6. Because the killer had a secret and the god knew about it;

7. Because they both shared a secret and "2 can keep a secret if one of them is dead" - credits to: The Pierces - Secret :D

 

One is correct, one is on the right track. One point for Lania.

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- lashtal is an evolving psychonaut who explores boundaries of his inner and outer self, so killing a God represents an action that no one tried or achieved before, and in that way lashtal prospered with a new obtained knowledge by moving the known boundaries of his mind possibilities further and deeper

 

- lashtal wants to achieve higher states of his own being and consciousness, to expand his learnings to another dimensions. He learned much from Mur in his alive material state, but as himself being a keeper of the dead, how much closer and intimate can you become with a God than to kill him and expand your learnings by becoming more intimate with him and closer to him in death, on another dimension and plane of existence lashtal is so aware of. Many mind doors opens for lashtal

 

- lashtal knows that death is not an end, just another overlapping dimension of existence, so killing of a God wasn’t an act of simpleminded negative emotions, rather a chance to feed his head and to allow Mur to expand his own learnings by this new experience for him

 

- everything that happens can be percieved as a will of a Mur, as himself being the God. He knitted the destinies of many souls long before, and so the one of lashtal also. He was aware of his overthrow and material demise by lashtal, so it was written in his destiny. Everything is Mur’s plan on a wider view and scale, so maybe he wanted to expand his knowledge by experience death and it’s secrets, to come out of it even smarter and knowledgable by experiencing it from first hand, 'cause he's maybe planning to destroy all the Realm

 

- interesting patterns emerge, one of a Greek mythology about Kronos and Zeus, and fathers and sons after them. Could Mur be lashtal’s father, allowing him the necessary will, knowledge and power to kill a God? And lashtals action of killing are act of love and understanding towards his father and enormous will and desire for achieving greater knowledge, so that with this mutual knowledge where father and son exchange rolls, a great eternal realm change commences 

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Lash killed mur because he is the keeper of the dead (it'd bind mur's soul to him)

Lash killed mur because he was supposed to (destiny type thing)

lash killed mur because it needed to be done.

Lash killed mur so mur could be revived/renewed/reborn

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- lashtal is an evolving psychonaut who explores boundaries of his inner and outer self, so killing a God represents an action that no one tried or achieved before, and in that way lashtal prospered with a new obtained knowledge by moving the known boundaries of his mind possibilities further and deeper

 

- lashtal wants to achieve higher states of his own being and consciousness, to expand his learnings to another dimensions. He learned much from Mur in his alive material state, but as himself being a keeper of the dead, how much closer and intimate can you become with a God than to kill him and expand your learnings by becoming more intimate with him and closer to him in death, on another dimension and plane of existence lashtal is so aware of. Many mind doors opens for lashtal

 

- lashtal knows that death is not an end, just another overlapping dimension of existence, so killing of a God wasn’t an act of simpleminded negative emotions, rather a chance to feed his head and to allow Mur to expand his own learnings by this new experience for him

 

- everything that happens can be percieved as a will of a Mur, as himself being the God. He knitted the destinies of many souls long before, and so the one of lashtal also. He was aware of his overthrow and material demise by lashtal, so it was written in his destiny. Everything is Mur’s plan on a wider view and scale, so maybe he wanted to expand his knowledge by experience death and it’s secrets, to come out of it even smarter and knowledgable by experiencing it from first hand, 'cause he's maybe planning to destroy all the Realm

 

- interesting patterns emerge, one of a Greek mythology about Kronos and Zeus, and fathers and sons after them. Could Mur be lashtal’s father, allowing him the necessary will, knowledge and power to kill a God? And lashtals action of killing are act of love and understanding towards his father and enormous will and desire for achieving greater knowledge, so that with this mutual knowledge where father and son exchange rolls, a great eternal realm change commences 

 

One of the most interesting entries so far, it took me some time to answer properly.

Your points reflect deep affinity in our ways of thinking.

I feel we're on the same wavelength when speaking of concepts such as god, death, layers of existence...

However, careful not to confuse RL and MD!  :P  

 

Luckily, I didn't murder God in RL (whatever this may mean or imply), I did it in MD.

Easier, cheaper, safer, shallower. 

Also, Mur is certainly smart, he's the creator of our realm and of a wider psycho-geography... but -according to him also- he's not omniscient.  ;)

 

Although at least 2 reasons of yours are on the right track, I'm afraid I can't give you any full-point yet.

 

 

Lash killed mur because he is the keeper of the dead (it'd bind mur's soul to him)

Lash killed mur because he was supposed to (destiny type thing)

lash killed mur because it needed to be done.

Lash killed mur so mur could be revived/renewed/reborn

 

One is correct. That makes one point.

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Lash killed mur because... I only get one point at a time! (joking, definitely don't mean this as a reason, although, that would be an odd reason for sure)

 

 

Lash killed mur because... Lash had to neutralize Mur's god-ness

Lash killed mur because... it needed done

Lash killed mur because... there was something to be learned from it

Lash killed mur because... it would bring peace to (either lash or Mur)

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Lash's name means *not to wander from god* So lash had to kill mur to free himself from him.

 

Lash's name means *not to wander from god* So lash had to kill mur to keep mur close to himself.

 

Because it was time for Mur to be murdered.

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Lash's name means *not to wander from god* So lash had to kill mur to free himself from him.

 

Lash's name means *not to wander from god* So lash had to kill mur to keep mur close to himself.

 

Because it was time for Mur to be murdered.

 

To avoid misunderstandings, and since many of you figured this one out already, I'm going to give out a little hint.

 

There's only 1 reason associated to my forum signature, the other 4 are unrelated.

 

3 were almost found by Azkhael, a singing cat was close enough to the 4th... But nobody got close to the 5th as of yet.

 

Still plenty of time though!

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Lash killed Mur to leave his mortal chains/ demigod
Lash killed Mur because it was his destiny to bring a god down
Lash killed Mur because he is a god
Lash killed Mur to show his true self
Lash killed Mur to change the role of a god
Lash killed Mur to reveal a truth
Lash killed Mur to be an opposing force to a god (god slayer)

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Lash killed Mur to leave his mortal chains/ demigod
Lash killed Mur because it was his destiny to bring a god down
Lash killed Mur because he is a god
Lash killed Mur to show his true self
Lash killed Mur to change the role of a god
Lash killed Mur to reveal a truth
Lash killed Mur to be an opposing force to a god (god slayer)

 

2 are correct! That makes 2 points for you.

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Lashtal killed Mur because he wants his Throne

Lashtal killed Mur because he wants to be a King God/ Demi-God King

Lashtal killed Mur because he wanted a power to control the realm

Lashtal killed Mur because he wanted to be a King of the hell

Lashtal killed Mur because he wanted to be a Sevens at death

Lashtal killed Mur because he wanted to be a King of Darkness

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