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Oh my God, it’s Doctor Claw!
Nah, I don’t see that metal covered fist, or Madcat. Would be awesome though
So it is a lord of hell but which one? Treachery? Fraud himself?
Terry was lower down the foodchain than Kev wasnt he? Surely Kev had a higher base power level than Terry before the whole super charging thing?
Now what are the other circles again?
Also, called it.
sure Kev was a higher level, but still not particularly powerful. He’s lvl 5, his uncle (middle management), I believe, is lvl 3.
I’m pretty sure there are seven circles for the seven deadly sins.
Now, would I be right is assuming that the one behind the chair is, in fact, another director? Also, Yay Fraud!
But doesnt Hades run Circle 8? Dante had 7 (with some levels having an inner and outer circle)
And the reason I ask about the level, Mr hidden and mysterious is not surpised Mammon is dead, he’s surprised that lvl5 Kev took him out rather than Kevs minion/lacky/friend Terry who had to be lower level than Kev to be his hireling surely.
He says he is a Lord of Hell, not necessarily a director, could be a level below the board making a grab for power. Although I reckon he’s one of the directors making a grab like Hades is doing.
To Paraphrase the Starks “Brace yourselves, War is coming…to Hell”. Personally I welcome it with open arms and bated breath.
I guess I was wrong about the circles. now that I actually think about it I can’t remember what the lore was and was just going by what made sense to me.
I wish we knew more about how Hell Inc. was run. it would make this much easier. All I know about the upper echelons is that there is a director for each circle.
However, I don’t get how they would have expected Terry to kill Mammon. Sure he’s older than Kevin, but he is Kevin’s underling. It would follow that despite his age Kevin is more powerful. I would think that they expected someone more powerful and respected than either Kev or Terry to make a play.
I think that hey actually expected Kevin to go down as well and then let Hades do the work
but . . . why would Hades go off and avenge a couple of minions that got themselves killed at the drop of a hat, no matter how much he liked them. Mammon’s incompetence was one of his greatest assets.
I guess no one else would have reason though.
How much has Hades invested in those two. And as he would have no way of knowing they started the fight he would have to assume Mammon knew something about the power tap and was sending a message as its the most logical reason for him to kill them. I mean what the heck would low level grunts like them be doing picking a fight with a Director of Hell.
Hades assumes Mammon is sending a message and reacts by frying his snot green ass. He then gets zapped for killing one of his own and the “MAN” in the shadows wins.
That is more or less the sum of it. I have said before there is only one rule in Hell Inc (Don’t hurt the company) but there are in reality a lot of other subtler rules. A Director is not allowed to directly move on another Director, for reasons of consolidating power. There are however alliances and grievances between various directors.
Hades has always been an outsider, not really part of any of those alliances – which also explains his willingness to subcontract from outside the company (generally considered a faux pas).
The contention of this outside shadow force would be that Kevin was a valued asset of Hades, if somewhat low level, and that Hades would likely be forced into direct confrontation with Mammon should Mammon have killed Kevin. Especially with a little extra nudging from Fraud.
Outside Shadow Force would be an awesome band name.
As for the rest of it, I suspected the power rule, but would have thought Hades would be an allegiance builder rather than an outsider. The sub-contracting, alls fare in love and hell
But, eh, Mammon sending the message “I know” to Hades by killing his underlings, such a plan needs something for Mammon to know. Not just that “Hades is up to no good”. And, as far as we know, no one but Levi and Harry knows about the idol, and they don’t really know that much about it. Hmm…
It is 9 circles according to dante, my bad on that one.
Hades run Circle 8 which is the circle for Fraud.
Hades has been stealing from the company through Mammons department.
Mammon was a relatively incompitent Lord.
Hades is making a play for power.
Now if I was running hell I’d be using “Fraud” to get Hades’ underlings to take out Mammon. This gets rid of the incompitent one and gives me enough rope to hang Hades and leave me squeeky clean. And if the underlings fail, I can take out Hades for his failed attempt and theft, and Mammon for allowing the theft…if I was running hell that is
And if circle 9 is run by the big chief, whos namesake chef threw the cookoff causing Mammon to threaten to destroy the gem it becomes even more probable that this is a plotfrom above…so to speak.
Sounds like you are due a career change … Do you like hot environments?
Nope, I’m Irish, were allergic to heat. But circle 9 is cold and I LOVE skiing and ice-skating…and kiteflying if old 6 wings is actually in the centre of the circle
Ol’ six wings is not in the center of circle 9. Without going into too much detail that is one of a few areas where we consciously diverged from Dante – that makes Satan into a victim, probably the biggest victim of all. We like it to be a fair fight between Heaven Unlimited and Hell Inc
So its hot in circle 9? Pity. I’m looking forward to his introduction now.
Any plans to show a “company structure” in the near, or even not so near future? I’m rediculously curious.
Also where the heck is the “Contact the Creators” section?
I’m pretty sure we’re in it.
How very inceptionesque of us…apparently. Never watched it but theres plenty of memes out there right?
Definitely worth watching. We had a contact section at one point but idk no-one ever contacted us and it was depressing lol. If you comment on the Hell Inc fb page I will send you a message and we can get in contact that way.
I don’t think that there would be enough rope to actually hang Hades with. He is a director after all. Hades was uninvolved in the glutton gouging and It was a personal issue. Hades would have to be unable to stash the idol before an inspection or other such happened. Even with the idol, once the restaurant opened the third(?) circle was performing better than it had been. We have seen the power that Mammon wields, and know that Kev grabbed a big chunk of power and crushed him. Hades has been dining on the power garnished by the idol for quite a while now. It would be a simple task for him to hide the evidence and remain largely untouched.
*personal issue between Terry and Mammon.
Doesnt need to be a strong rope, just strong enough to take the weight long enough for his neck to break.
And when your Satan, trying to take out an underling, a single hair is enough of a rope. All he needs is “A” reason, doesnt need to be a very good one but he needs some degree of justification. It’ll let him avoid the employment tribunal for wrongful dismissal.
Hrm…Gromnor has a good point Zaealix thinks. With a natural upsurge in energy generated, that’d be the best time to start stealing juice-Hell Inc. know there’s gonna be an increase, but Hell inc. don’t know how much. Plus, with how experimental the resteraunt is, if Hades took a bit too much for himself, and there was a neutral or decrease in energy made, Hades could just say it’s taking some time for the souls to adjust (how self-aware ARE the souls in the first place?) or some other escuse, and make a mental note to lay off the idol for a bit.
Besides…Idol just collects energy made right? Where are Hell Inc’s energy collectors exactly? For all we know the energy flies out until it disperses into the air, and THEN Hell Inc. gets it. With a set-up like that, it’d be easy to blame some sort of adjustment or absorbtion error.
oh my gods its the REAL director fraud i has smarts
oh my gods its a talking chair! run for your lives
I think that they would be more surprised about Kevin killing Mammon than if Terry were to do it because Kevin and Mammon were the same type, with Mammon going all out Kevin would need to have either more raw magical power or a better mastery of it, but Terry and Mammon’s abilities run on completely different skillsets which means that he doesn’t need to beat a director of Hell Inc. at his own game, he just needs to beat the guy up, which would still be pretty impressive, just not as impressive as what Kevin did
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