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According to these heretics, as the Unification Church loyalists described them, there were only two deities in the universe. These supreme beings, the Creator and the Adversary, represented all the oppositional forces in the universe: light and dark, positive and negative, good and evil, order and chaos, creation and destruction. Everything in the universe reflected this divine oppositionincluding the souls of most mortals, which are always in conflict. Indeed, according to the Dualist Heresy, the Dragon Empire itself is the historical and political manifestation of this opposition writ large across the known galaxy.
As a general rule, the only orders Mezzenbone can issue to the Imperial Legions stationed in the Domain of Deserene are those necessary and conducive to the defense and security of the domain. While Mezzenbone can and does endeavor to stretch the meaning of this section of the Imperial Master Legionnaire Lord Captain Lord General Lord Marshal Lord High Marshal Role Lowest-ranking common soldiers Veteran soldiers who assist with the training and command of small units Highest enlisted rank, assist with the training and command of platoon and company-size units Lowest officer rank, command platoon and company-size units Command battalion and division-size units Command the Legions of planetary or sector garrisons and armies Local commander of a domains Legions The command and rank hierarchy of the Imperial Legions is infused with the semi-feudal social and political structure of the Empire.
Now, they worship and spread their faith openly, heralding the last days when the Destroyer will return to the Material Plane and sunder all of creation. These clerics rarely work together to advance their cause, preferring to practice their faith alone or in small and often secretive cults. The Destroyer appears in countless guises in many different cultures. He may appear as a great, five-headed dragon, a rampaging demon, or a skeletal cancer victim rife with disease. In some cultures, the Destroyer is simply the Void, the nameless, formless manifestation of chaos and entropy.