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The Quiet

Page history last edited by PBworks 18 years, 8 months ago

Little is known about The Quiet, other than it is god-like:

 

Caliban’s odd, translucent ears twitched and raised at this. "Thinketh, Sycorax, my mother made me, mortal morsel. Thinketh, Prospero, the silent servant of the Quiet, made Himself servant to the servant."

"My dam said the Quiet made all things which Setebos vexed only, but then, Himself observes, who made them weak when weakness meant weakness He might vex?"

"Yes, Sycorax still lives,” said Prospero. “But not on this isle. No longer on this isle."

"And this Setebos?" prompted Daeman.

"The enemy of the Quiet," said Prospero. "Like both his congregation of two, a bitter heart that bides its time and bites."

"My interest is in remaining Lord of the Gods and Ruler of the Universe."

"It must be a full-time job," I say sarcastically.

"It is," says Zeus. "It is. Just ask Setebos or Prospero or the Quiet if you doubt me.

He prayed to the God he'd never really thought about - to the Quiet God whom Setebos and his lackey Caliban feared above all else according to what the monster had blurted out on Prospero's Isle...

Demogorgon: "TO THESE ALL THINGS ARE SUBJECT BUT ETERNAL LOVE AND THE PERFECTION OF THE QUIET."

"He worships some single all-powerful capital-G god and sometimes refers to him as 'the Quiet.'"

"Finally," said Noman, "I want you to send down your tame monster here to tell Setebos that the Quiet is coming to this Earth."

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