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==Gehenna and Beyond==
 
==Gehenna and Beyond==
   
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[[Gehenna]] initially rejuvenated the Celestial Chorus, as millions turned to religion to explain the fantastic events going on around them, and millions more turned to religion to reconcile their newly-awakened power as mages with their previous conceptions of the universe. They joined in the general fight against the [[Technocracy]], but their fundamental pacifism made them poor soldiers, and they were slaughtered in massive numbers by the [[Tech Infantry]], or drafted unwillingly into its ranks. In a universe where [[mage]]s and [[vampire]]s became simply another fact of life, small cults and upstart prophets proliferated, but they were also heavily watched by a [[Earth Federation|government]] nervous about magical conspiracies. Those who resisted the Draft fled to join the [[The Resistance|Resistance]], but often found themselves losing their faith in the face of the sort of things they had to do in order to survive on the run. Those who accepted the draft and entered the [[Tech Infantry]] mostly lost their faith in the face of endless brutal war against the [[Arachnid|Bugs]] and their own kin in the Resistance. What little of their formal organization survived these upheavals could not survive the twin shocks of the [[Vin Shriak]] and [[Caal]] invasions, and were either wiped out or driven to abandon their former beliefs in favor of joining the [[Cult of the Emperor]].
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[[Gehenna]] initially rejuvenated the Celestial Chorus, as millions turned to religion to explain the fantastic events going on around them, and millions more turned to religion to reconcile their newly-awakened power as mages with their previous conceptions of the universe. They joined in the general fight against the [[Technocracy]], but their fundamental pacifism made them poor soldiers, and they were slaughtered in massive numbers by the [[Tech Infantry]], or drafted unwillingly into its ranks. In a univrse where [[mage]]s and [[vampire]]s became simply another fact of life, small cults and upstart prophets proliferated, but they were also heavily watched by a [[Earth Federation|government]] nervous about magical conspiracies. Those who resisted the Draft fled to join the [[The Resistance|Resistance]], but often found themselves losing their faith in the face of the sort of things they had to do in order to survive on the run. Those who accepted the draft and entered the [[Tech Infantry]] mostly lost their faith in the face of endless brutal war against the [[Arachnid|Bugs]] and their own kin in the Resistance. What little of their formal organization survived these upheavals could not survive the twin shocks of the [[Vin Shriak]] and [[Caal]] invasions, and were either wiped out or driven to abandon their former beliefs in favor of joining the [[Cult of the Emperor]].
 
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