|Society||Order of the Bloody Cup|
|Converts from||Converts to|
|Amaranthine Nectar, Vital Pigment, Writhing Caul|
|“||Hunger, lust, the drowning waters. [The principle of the Grail honors both the birth and the feast.]||„|
Grail is the Principle of The Red Grail, The Flowermaker, and The Beachcomber, of desire, birth, seduction, and thirst. Its followers are characterized by inhuman desirability and an irresistible charisma. It is the aspect the Order of the Bloody Cup is dedicated to.
Anthic Elaboration [ Grail 12 ]: "The Flowermaker cannot touch you; he cannot find you; he always has what you desire. Even an elaboration of the properties of his works can draw the attention of the Hours."
Devouring Mysteries [ Grail 14 ]: "The Grail was the first god-who-was-blood. The Flowermaker came from the Light. The Beach-Crow was flesh. Hunger and Greed and Yearning are the matrix of appetite, and here is their secret doctrine..."
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|'The Red Grail'||8||She did not split the Sun, but here we might imagine how she must have desired it.|
|Chalice Murmurous||12||On those nights when we drink from the chalice, we are not certain, afterwards, what we have done. But, we may be assured, it is what always has been done, and if we do not remember, our children will, in their redmost dreams.|
|Hallowed Polos||8||The ring-crown of a savage mother, stained with essence, woven with scraps of hair and blessed with flecks of skin.|
|Stained Gloves||4||What uses have these known? What lessons might they teach my hands?|
|Whispering Amulet||2||It knows what I desire; or I imagine that it does.|
|Amaranthine Nectar||8||One of the Flowermaker's many gifts. In a brighter age, it might have bestowed immortality. In this blighted History, it is still an unparalleled sweetness.|
|Vital Pigment||4||It is not usual for a red this red to survive the death of the body.|
|Writhing Caul||12||Lay your hand on these tattered folds and feel their warmth; leave your hand upon it, and it will explore the possibilities of embrace.|
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