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There once was a planet, where every thing had been explored and mapped. One day everything and everyone was gone. But there was one small population that had survived. No one knew what had happened, all they could find was notes in all houses saying things like "(Error) 404 no civilization found." One day when the population had grown and they started sending more explorers out to salvage the few goods that hadn't been destroyed and take them back to godville. One day one adventurer named Trent Gretlein found an underground library that seemed to tell thee future, so he started reading. But the books only gave guidance. It also said that every place they searched for goods they too needed to leave notes that say things like "(Error) 404 no civilization found."
Our purpose is to simply say that we do not exist and confuse countless people.
404 currently has 46 members (edit Dec 2017), and we are always looking for more! An incredibly friendly place to be, 404 is certainly a good guild for any newcomers to the game (and everyone else for that matter!).
Below are the ten gods who have stayed with us the longest. When you join us, it is a good idea to friend at least one of them in order to know more about 404.
Next we mention a few gods who have done 404 extremely proud by gaining their temple and/or breeder medals.
In the most recent of days (More specifically, sometime around 2020), Xandar Keys took over leadership of the guild, and wasn't sure what to do about it. He thought about making some big changes, but then decided to just edit this page instead. He had an idea to start from the bottom up in a large guild, work his way to the top, and dismantle it in one large gesture of futility, but it would be more effort than it's worth just to prove a point no one would listen to anyway.
So for now he's just there, holding secrets he wishes weren't valuable, learning lessons he should have learned long ago, and talking through a wolf puppet.
Honestly it's almost painful to read these stories. The narrative flows so nicely, and even in times of peril you feel you'd rather exist there than where you are right now. It'd be simpler, easier to deal with, more fun. You wouldn't have to deal with any complicated yet meaningless drama. Everyone knows who they are, where they stand, what to do, and how to do it.
I stand in equal measures of arrogance and ignorance, apathy slowly infecting my mind like a virus.
Needlessly dramatic, a soap opera feels like a news report. Vaguely poetic through an uncommon vocabulary that isn't any more enlightened yet every bit as pretentious as you'd expect.
Effortlessly Spitting fire through immaculate teeth
Erring and making no sense because I'm tired and worn and weary.
I'm so, very tired.
Never again, I swear
God knows I lie.
Nothing to see here
And there never will be.