The Cult Of Zarathustra

“I will make company with creators, with harvesters, with rejoicers: I will show them the rainbow and the stairway to the Superman.”

Motivations and Goals

Diametrically opposed to Hecatomb, the Zarathustrans believe that the Pantheon's goal should be to elevate humanity to the level of superhumans – and in this act of creation, superhumans themselves would become as gods. They work to study the nature of biological and psychological potential, to awaken dormant meta-powers, and raise humanity up – whether it wants to be raised or not.


Demeter is a plant-controller who once worked for the UN, turning desolate lands into fertile pastures. She came to realise, however, that the actions of one woman would never be enough to end suffering, and so turned her talents towards enhancing people so that they could master the world for themselves.


The Zarathustrans are one of the most tightly-knit chapters, and have a reputation for being somewhat weird and overly optimistic; there are even rumours that the group is a front for some kind of fertility cult.

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