The Let's Play Archive

Shin Megami Tensei II

by Luisfe

Part 34

Updte #33

Back to the Crossroads. One key is not enough, so Tiphereth will have to wait.

To the Right! I mean, East!

Those are ALWAYS good to have.

I think I now know what shape this whole area has...

Boring ground level.

Is that... Water?


Huh. Moloch.

Under... Lucifer's orders? Hms. Why would Lucifer be using Moloch like that?

Hooray! A Building!

Apparently, all the areas in the abyss are like that. I hope not. This one has a Healing Pond aligned with Chaos. Hod had one aligned with Law.

That's... Weird. I mean, the Abyss is the place where demons come from, and where they return when their physical bodies were destroyed in Malkuth. Or something.

So a mage, eh? Fortunately, Hiroko has an anti-magic sword. That will be useful.

It is kind of obvious, isn't it? Everything important happens during the full moon, apparently.

And since it was a Half Moon, no one is there. Bah.


Full Moon now. Time to go inside. What will be there?

Well, it sounds kind of pointless, doesn't it?


Let's see that again.

Holy shit.
He wants demonsex. DEMONSEX.
He is probably into tentacles, the sick bastard.
He must go down.

So violence = masturbation.


Crowley is into transformation as well.

Wikipedia posted:

Master Therion or To Mega Therion, the name Aleister Crowley sometimes referred himself

Wikipedia posted:

Aleister Crowley, born Edward Alexander Crowley, (12 October 1875 – 1 December 1947; the surname is pronounced /'krəʊ.li/ i.e. with the first syllable sounding like "crow" in English) was a British occultist, writer and mystic.[1]

He is best known today for his occult writings, especially The Book of the Law, the central sacred text of Thelema. Crowley was also an influential member in several occult organizations, including the Golden Dawn, the Argenteum Astrum, and Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.).[2]

Other interests and accomplishments were wide-ranging—he was a chess player, mountain climber, poet, painter, astrologer, hedonist, drug experimenter, and social critic.

Crowley had claimed to be a Freemason, but the regularity of his initiations with the United Grand Lodge of England has been disputed.[3]

Crowley gained much notoriety during his lifetime, and was infamously dubbed "The Wickedest Man In the World."[4]

Hell no. Die now you sick old man.

The key. Probably covered in horrible, horrible fluids of DO NOT WANT.

Next time: TIPHERETH, at last.