Lore:Abomination

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Abominations are mechanomagical lifeforms that were created by the former Clockwork Apostle, Mecinar, and are a perversion of Sotha Sil's goal of creating the perfect lifeform.[1] Early variants consisted of individuals modified against their will that were melded with steel and sorcery similar to Fabricants, but are a step further and are merged with beasts.[2] The creations led Sotha Sil to exile Mecinar out of the Clockwork City.

In 4E 201, long after Sotha Sil's death, Mecinar enacted a plan to gain access to the Clockwork City and obtain the divine power of the Mechanical Heart. He was successful and now had the power to enact his vision. With the machines of the Clockwork City now bent to his will, the denizens of the Clockwork City were forcibly converted into abominations. He discovered that he could turn the undead into mechanical slave abominations with the aid of the divine powers.[3][4] The Forgotten Hero entered the Clockwork City, slayed Mecinar, and stopped the remaining inhabitants from being forcibly converted.[5]

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See Also[edit]

  • For game-specific information, see the Legends article.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mecinar's dialogue in the mission The Betrayal in Return to Clockwork City
  2. ^ Sotha Sil's dialogue in the mission The Betrayal in Return to Clockwork City
  3. ^ Swims-at-Night's Abomination appearance in the mission Return to The Inner Curiosity in Return to Clockwork City
  4. ^ Laaneth's Abomination appearance in the mission Return to The Inner Curiosity in Return to Clockwork City
  5. ^ Events of Return to Clockwork City