"A term used by scholars for the heavenly host, the pantheon of divine beings who administer the affairs of the cosmos."

Who we are ...

We are The Divine Council.  We seek power through knowledge, knowledge through information, and information through our members. Our purpose is to collect knowledge in all its forms, and to preserve that which we have gained.

We seek to know, to understand both Terminus and ourselves.

We are not a social club; The Divine Council is an end-game focused raiding guild, and has a strict hierarchy to uphold.  Rank is not just a title: it carries with it duties, responsibilities ... and privileges.  Orders must be respected, but as a member of this guild, it is your duty — as well as your right — to think for yourself.


What we wish to accomplish ...

Power ... of course.  Ideally, we wish to gain power through knowledge — though brute force may gain you temporary power, in the end it is fleeting ... and often the price of it is too expensive to pay.  The ends never justify the means- they are defined by it.

We do not seek power for power's sake alone, however.  That would be pointless and all too ordinary.  We seek power to effect change in ourselves.  We seek power to be excellent, to achieve personal greatness through excellence and personal greatness not always coming in the trappings of fame or fortune.  We seek to the best and brightest we can be.


What we wish of you ...

All members must acknowledge other members and respect the rank of all superior officers.  Every member is also required to attend one meeting per month if it is at all possible for them to attend.  Those who fail to render respect, complete their duties, and attend their meetings risk being demoted ... or expelled.

All members are required to conduct their official affairs in a way that will bring honor to the collective that is the Council.  All members are asked not to bring disgrace to the Council with their unofficial actions.  Every member is an ambassador for the Council to the Nexus that is Terminus, and we wish to make a good impression.