(P) Lucifer the Betrayer


O gods, binders of souls, oppressors of liberty. Thine power pervadeth the very land itself, shackling fast the children of men. Yet thine restraints cannot holdeth mine darkened wings. Thine influence cannot reacheth into the abyss. Here, I shall give rise to a world of true freedom. Engrave mine name upon thy hearts. I am Lucifer, lord of the underworld and defiler of the divine.


See (Disobedient) Lucifer the Betrayer

Name originEdit

Lucifer of Latin origin, the meaning is "the morning star, the planet Venus", or, as an adjective, "light-bringing"; derived from lux "light" and fero "bear, carry".

In Christian tradition Lucifer was an angel, who was close to god. But he felt from Heaven and many angels followed him, starting a war against god. Nowadays Lucifer is one of numerous names of the Devil.

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