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The Sacrifice Glossary is an alphabetical list of all terms, accompanied with explanations and links, that appear in Sacrifice's main campaign, counting the missions, the manual and all the supporting sources about it.

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AbaddonEdit

Abaddon, also known as "Crossroads of Abaddon", is a land in Stygia.

AbominationEdit

Abomination is one of Charnel's Minions of unknown origins.

AbraxasEdit

Abraxas was a name for Abraxus used in some of the triggers in Scapex.

AbraxisEdit

Abraxis was a name for Abraxus used in some of the triggers in Scapex.

AbraxusEdit

Lady Abraxus is a wizard, an elementalist and Stratos' champion.

AcheronEdit

Acheron is a wizard, a necromancer and Charnel's champion.

AgotheraEdit

Agothera is the capital of the Glebe and home to James.

AltarEdit

Altar is a structure used as a link between gods and the wizards that serve them. Through this link, wizards are kept alive even if killed. There is also a more advanced version of the altar and a less advanced one. An altar can only be destroyed if it is desecrated.

ArboreaEdit

Arborea is a land in Elysium and home to ents.

ArcherEdit

Archer was a name for the Ranger used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

AshEdit

Ash is a land in Pyroborea.

Idol to Ashur

An idol to Ashur

AshurEdit

Ashur is an alias for Marduk. He preferred to call himself by that name in the world of Sacrifice. There was an entire cult devoted to him in the world of Sacrifice.

AstarothEdit

Astaroth is the demon lord of Tartarus. His manifestation in the world of Sacrifice was in the body of Gangrel.

Astral VoidEdit

Astral Void is the name for empty space existing between worlds. Eldred and Zyzyx are the only two known beings that have crossed the Astral Void.

AthelasEdit

Athelas is a druid known for writing the Book of the Fyllid and teaching the trolls communication by speech. He was killed in Surtur's Keep, his murder the start of a war between Persephone and Stratos.

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BanishmentEdit

Banishment is an act synonymous with the act of desecration.

BasiliskEdit

Basilisk is one of James' Yeomen, native to Glebe.

BehemothEdit

Behemoth is an ancient creature, native to Thryhring. It is only briefly mentioned in the manual and its fate in the current world is unknown.

BlightEdit

Blight is one of Charnel's Minions of unknown origins.

BombardEdit

Bombard is one of Pyro's Proles. It is a sub-species of the Lummox.

BoulderdashEdit

Boulderdash is one of James' Yeomen, native to Glebe.

BrainiacEdit

Brainiac is one of Stratos' Servants of unknown origins.

Bug ZapperEdit

Bug Zapper was a name for the Locust used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

ButaEdit

Ambassador Buta is a wizard, a sorcerer and one of Pyro's champions.

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CakatwoEdit

Cakatwo was a name for the Pyrodactyl used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

CentaurEdit

Centaurs were a species, most likely native to Empyrea or Elysium. They were all slaughtered and only the wizard Jadugarr remains of their race.

ChampionEdit

A god's champion is his/hers ultimate servant, often charged with the duty of defending their patron god's prime altar. The champions per god are as following:

CharlotteEdit

Charlotte is a wizard, a geomancer and one of James' champions.

CharnelEdit

Charnel is one of the traditional five gods who rule the world of Sacrifice. The wizard skill he teaches is called Necromancy, his realm is named Stygia and his followers are known as the Minions.

CindercragEdit

Cindercrag is a land in Pyroborea.

CogEdit

Cog is one of Pyro's Proles, manufactured in the factories of Pyroborea.

ConversionEdit

Conversion is a process of refining heathen souls by separating the soul from the body and thus making it one of the wizard's who started the conversion process. This is done by offering them at an altar or a shrine and processing them through an elaborate ritual performed by 4 Sac Doctors. The body of the slain foe is transported to the place of conversion by another Sac Doctor in a hovering stasis field that briefly resurrects the foe before the conversion takes place. If interrupted, the foe remains resurrected.

CreatorEdit

The Holy War is over. The demons of Gologotha[sic] have been banished, yet the cost has been terribly high. The Creator, god of the Fyllid, has been defeated and the faith of the people has begun to wane. – Sacrifice's Box Art

The Creator is the original god of the world of Sacrifice. He created the world and its occupants. He was later destroyed during the Holy War by the demons that the Fallen One released with the creation of the Demon Gate. The death of the Creator paved the way for the emergence of the five traditional gods that now rule the world of Sacrifice, following the interregnum of the titans. His role as the only god is sought by all of the five gods, especially Stratos.

Crossroad of AbaddonEdit

Full name of Abaddon.

Cult of AshurEdit

Cult of Ashur is a faction revolving around the worship of Marduk, under the name of Ashur. The cult's mundane leader was Jadugarr.

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DavenEdit

Daven, also know as "The Daven Forest", is a land in Elysium. It is known for being the home of the Fyllid and for the sacred Daven Tree found there.

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The Daven Tree

Daven TreeEdit

The Daven Tree is the greatest tree in the Daven Forest and a holy artifact taken care of by the druids of Fyllid people in their home.

DeadeyeEdit

Deadeye is one of Charnel's Minions. It is a corrupted version of the Gnome.

Death GunheadEdit

Death Gunhead was a name for the Styx used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

DemonEdit

Demons are a group of supernatural beings not descendant from any creature of the Creator. They are native to the various demon realms (such as Tartarus) and they arrived in the world of Sacrifice via the Demon Gate. The two most notable demons are Astaroth and Marduk. There are two known demon species that resides in the world of Sacrifice: the netherfiends and the hellmouths.

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The Demon Gate

Demon GateEdit

The Demon Gate of Golgotha is a violently created fracture in the world of Sacrifice, created by the Fallen One, that leads to nether realms of demons.

DesecrationEdit

Desecration, also known as banishment, is a process of severing the wizard's link to their patron god. This is done at an enemy's altar or an ultimate altar, through an elaborate ritual performed by 4 Sac Doctors and an allied creature. By sacrificing a creature not belonging to the enemy wizard on his altar, that wizard loses his/her power of resurrection and stays dead after being killed. The ritual can be interrupted by killing one of the Sac Doctors performing it.

DialliaEdit

Diallia is a land in Elysium.

DragonEdit

Dragon is one of Persephone's Faithful, probably not native to the world of Sacrifice, since the species has been reported to live in other worlds (such as Jhera, although they are extinct there). In Elysium, their matriarch is the dragoness Sirocco.

DragonfryEdit

Dragonfry was a name for the Phoenix used in the pre-release time and in some of the rendered art.

DruidEdit

Druid is one of Persephone's Faithful, native to the Daven Forest. Druids are members of the race known as the Fyllid.

DysEdit

Dys is the capital of the Stygia and home to Charnel.

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Earth CakatwoEdit

Earth Cakatwo was a name for the Ikarus used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

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Rendered Art of an Earth Ogre

Earth OgreEdit

Earth Ogre is a canceled creature, meant to be James' brawler and replace Taurock.

Earth SluggoEdit

Earth Sluggo was a name for Basilisk used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

EarthflingEdit

Earthfling is one of James' Yeomen, native to Glebe. They live in tribes. Earthfling is also the name for the species from which three types of creatures originate: The Earthflings, the Flame Minions and the Fallen.

EldredEdit

Into this divided land steps a wizard, a man haunted by his past, whose choices will shape the future.
Which god will he choose? Will he sacrifice himself to change this world for the better, or will what remains of this world be sacrificed for one god's glory?
– Sacrifice's Box Art

Eldred is a wizard and the protagonist of the story of Sacrifice.

ElementalismEdit

Elementalism is an arcane magical skill of Stratos that teaches the wizards to use the powers of lightning, ice and wind. The creatures that are conjured via Elementalism are called Servants of Stratos and the wizards who use it are called elementalists. Known elementalists are: Abraxus and Jadugarr.

ElmekiaEdit

Elmekia is a land in Elysium.

ElysiumEdit

Elysium is the realm of Persephone. It is made out of the following known islands: Idylliac, Arborea, Urghaz, Telluria, Elmekia, Pellanon, Daven and Diallia.

EmperorEdit

The full title of the Emperor of Pyroborea belongs to the reigning mundane ruler of Pyro's realm. The only individual known to have that title was Empress Sorcha. In one of the possible endings for the game, Eldred succeeds her as the Emperor.

EmpyreaEdit

Empyrea is the realm of Stratos. It is made out of the following known islands: Thryhring, Surtur's Keep and Mt. Orichalchis.

EntEdit

Ent is one of Persephone's Faithful, native to Arborea.

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Rendered Art of an Executioner

ExecutionerEdit

Executioner is a canceled creature meant to be Charnel's brawler and replace Netherfiend.

Ethereal RealmEdit

Ethereal Realm is a realm in the world of Sacrifice where gods communicate with one another and with the spiritual forms of their wizards. It is also the place where the intermissions take place.

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FactoryEdit

Factories are Pyro's most prominent creations. They can be found in almost all parts of Pyroborea.

FaestusEdit

Faestus is a gnome inventor, brother of the gnome chieftain and a high king candidate Thestor, the founder of Pyromania and one its most prominent advocate. Some of his most notable inventions are the firefists and the Pyrodraulic Dynamo™, while he also participated in the development of the Helios Magnifryers.

FaithfulEdit

The Faithful are the followers of Persephone.

FallenEdit

Fallen is one of Charnel's Minions. It is a corrupted sub-species of the Earthfling.

Fallen OneEdit

The Fallen One is a member of the Fyllid race responsible for the opening of the Demon Gate in Golgotha. His unorthodox use of the teachings of the Creator resulted in Creator's death by the hands of the demons he helped to access the world of Sacrifice. Creator's death resulted in the fracturing of the lands to look as they do in the game and ultimately to the fracturing of faith among the denizens of the world of Sacrifice to five gods. Even though he once had a name of his own, he is now remembered only by his moniker Fallen One by the Fyllid.

FamiliarEdit

Familiars are wizard's advisors sent by the gods or conjured by wizard's themselves. They are extremely knowledgeable about the world of Sacrifice, it's inhabitants, lands and customs. The only two known familiars are Zyzyx (Eldred's familiar) and the Tutorial Homunculus (Shakti's familiar).

FarmerEdit

Farmer is a member of the civilian population of the Glebe.

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Rendered Art of a Fire Ballman

Fire BallmanEdit

Fire Ballman is a canceled creature, meant to be Pyro's sniper and replace Pyromaniac.

Fire GiantEdit

Fire Giants were one of the numerous types of titans that ruled the world of Sacrifice after the death of the Creator, but before the appearance of the five gods, after which they were eventually exterminated due to not being submissive to the will of the gods.

Fire GunheadEdit

Fire Gunhead was a name for the Warmonger used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

Fire HosebatEdit

Fire Hosebat was a name for the Spitfire used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

FirefistEdit

Firefist is one of Pyro's Proles, created from a troll.

Flame MinionEdit

Flame Minion is one of Pyro's Proles. It is a sub-species of the Earthfling.

FlummoxEdit

Flummox is one of James' Yeomen, native to the Glebe. It is a battle-trained version of the Lummox.

FlurryEdit

Flurry is one of Stratos' Servants. It is a sub-species of the Lummox.

FrostwolfEdit

Frostwolf is one of Stratos' Servants, native to Empyrea and Elysium.

FyllidEdit

The Fyllid were once the primary servants of the Creator and the dominant race in the world of Sacrifice. After the death of the Creator, their role was subsided to being only the primary servants of one of the newly-appeared five gods Persephone. They serve the Goddess in two fashions: either by being rangers or druids. More famous members of their race are the druid Athelas and the Fallen One.

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GammelEdit

Gammel is a war hero of the Yeomen and the ever-arrogant protector of the Glebe. He is known for fighting in both the first and the last battle of Karn.

GangrelEdit

Gangrel is the most vicious and the strongest scythe in Charnel's employ. Using the Demon Gate his body was used as the host for the demon lord Astaroth.

GargoyleEdit

Gargoyle is one of James' Yeomen, native to the Glebe.

GeomancyEdit

Geomancy is an arcane magical skill of James that teaches the wizards to use the powers of earth. The creatures that are conjured via Geomancy are called the Yeomen of James and the wizards who use it are called geomancers. Known geomancers are: Grakkus and Charlotte.

GlebeEdit

Glebe is the realm of James. It is made out of the following known islands: Agothera, Karn, Solis, Orgren and Quorog.

GnomeEdit

Gnome is one of Persephone's Faithful, native not to the world of Sacrifice but from somewhere beyond. As a race, the gnomes were transported to the world of Sacrifice by Persephone, and while they are her traditional followers, due to rigid teachings she has imposed on them, many have defected to other gods. Gnomes are thus divided into three sub-species: the traditional Gnomes who wield Hand Cannons and serve Persephone, Pyromaniacs and Deadeyes.
The gnomes hold much deep-seated resentment for the trolls with whom they have had a long history of conflict. They also appear to be democratic in nature: every seven years they elect a high king to rule over them. The place of elections and possibly an adopted home of theirs is Pellanon.

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The five traditional gods

GodEdit

A god is any being that has received enough veneration to be considered divine by their followers. While traditionally only five gods exist (Persephone, James, Stratos, Pyro and Charnel), some others have wielded enough power to call themselves gods; such as the demon Marduk with a vast number of followers and the deceased Creator, the once-sole god of the world of Sacrifice.

GolgothaEdit

Golgotha is a land in Stygia. It is known for its Demon Gate.

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Rendered Art of a Gorgon

GorgonEdit

Gorgon is a canceled creature, meant to be James' bug and replace Basilisk.

GrakkusEdit

Grakkus is a wizard, a geomancer and one ofJames' champions.

GremlinEdit

Gremlin is one of Persephone's Faithful. As a race, the gremlins were created by Persephone as one of the first sentient species she bequeathed intelligence upon. They were used by Persephone as messengers. There are two sub-species of the gremlin: the traditional Gremlin and the Seraph.

GutchuckerEdit

Gutchucker (sometimes also Gut Chucker or Gutcruncher) was a name for Mutant (and possibly Abomination) used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

GunheadEdit

Gunhead was a name for Maelstrom used in pre-release time and in some of the rendered art.

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HachimenEdit

Hachimen is a wizard, a mercenary, an Ashur cultist and one of Marduk's champions.

HeliosEdit

Helios is the capital of the Pyroborea and home to Pyro.

HellmouthEdit

Hellmouth is one of Charnel's Minions, a demon in origins.

High KingEdit

A High King is an elected leader of the gnomes. The elections are held in Pellanon every seven years. Any candidate may be disqualified from a future candidature by going against the wishes of the current high king.

Holy WarEdit

"The Fyllid and all of creation watched in stunned silence as the benevolent Creator warred with the Demons of the nether, but the forces of hell proved too much for even he." – Athelas, The Manual, excerpt from the Book of Fyllid

The Holy War was a fight waged between the Creator of the world of Sacrifice and the demons brought forth by Fallen One's experiments that created the Demon Gate in Golgotha.
The aftermath of the Holy War brought everlasting changes. While the Creator was slain, the demons did not complete their invasion of the world. In fact, with the death of the Creator, the sundering of the earth, started by the rupture at Golgotha, had continued, creating the realms and the creatures as they are by the beginning of the campaign. With the absence of a supreme god, an interregnum of the Titans was ushered, lasting until the essence of the Creator had rematerialized in the form of five new gods.

HomunculusEdit

A name used by the Tutorial Homunculus to describe itself. See the main entry at Familiar.

HosebatEdit

Hosebat was a name for the Shrike used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

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Ice DragonEdit

Ice Dragon was a name for the Silverback used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

IckarusEdit

Ickarus was a name for the Ikarus used in some of the rendered art.

IdylliacEdit

Idylliac is the capital of the Elysium and home to Persephone.

IkarusEdit

Ikarus is one of James' Yeomen, native to the Glebe.

ImpEdit

A name used by Marduk to describe Zyzyx in the Eldred's encounter with Marduk. See the main entry at Familiar.

IsanagaEdit

Isanaga was a name for Seerix used in some of the triggers in Scapex.

IslandEdit

Islands are basic units that the world of Sacrifice and the realms are made of.

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JabberockyEdit

Jabberocky was a name for the Jabberrocky used in some of the rendered art.

JabberrockyEdit

Jabberrocky is one of James' Yeomen.

JadugarrEdit

Jadugarr is a wizard, a rogue elementalist, the mundane leader of the Cult of Ashur and one of Marduk's champions. He is also the last living centaur.

JamesEdit

James is one of the traditional five gods who rule the world of Sacrifice. The wizard skill he teaches is called Geomancy, his realm is named the Glebe and his followers are known as the Yeomen.

JarnwarEdit

Jarnwar was a name for Jadugarr used in the pre-release time, in some of the the triggers in Scapex and in some of the rendered art.

JheraEdit

Jhera is a nation or a world from which the game's protagonist Eldred originates. It was destroyed by the demon Marduk, summoned by Eldred himself, a decision he regretted for the rest of his life.

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KarnEdit

Karn is a land in the Glebe.

KhirosEdit

Khiros was a name for Jadugarr used in some of the triggers in Scapex.

KlapponEdit

Klappon was a name for the Flame Minion used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

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LocustEdit

Locust is one of Charnel's Minions, native to Abaddon.

LummoxEdit

Lummox is a simple-minded creature native to the mountain ranges of the world of Sacrifice. As they can carry and toss heavy weights with their strong tails, many gods have decided to use them as artillery in their armies. Thus there are several sub-species of the lummox: the Flummox, the Flurry and the Bombard.

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MaelstromEdit

Maelstrom is a canceled creature, meant to be Stratos' Hard-hitter (but is not a Tank, but rather a Glass Cannon) and replace Yeti.

MagmarEdit

Magmar is a land in Pyroborea.

Magnifryer

One of the Magnifryers in Helios

MagnifryerEdit

Magnifryer is a beam with a cylinder attached to the top of it, from which a focused laser is fired. It was invented by the Pyromania inventors (most notable being Faestus) in Helios as a defensive measure against foreign invaders. However during said invasions, the Magnifryer proved to be flawed. Due to its high beam and the inability of the cylinder to rotate full 360 degrees on all three axes, the Magnifryer was unable to vaporize anything directly adjacent to the base of the beam. Also, the Magnifryers fired magical damage which was easily countered by creatures with high magical immunity. Although the only successfully implemented Magnifryers were those of Pyro, there are also Charnel's Magnifryers left unused in Scapex.

ManaEdit

Mana is one of the few natural resources in the world of Sacrifice. After the death of the Creator, the land was ripped apart into islands and the first Mana Fountains were formed providing the mana for all to harvest. It is used by wizards to cast spells and by creatures to cast their abilities and perform their ranged attacks.

Mana FountainEdit

Mana Fountains are magical geysers, ruptures in the earth from which mana flows.

Mana fountEdit

Shortened form of Mana Fountain.

ManahoarEdit

Manahoar, like the Sac Doctor, is a universal creature to all gods, used by their wizards to deliver mana to them from various distances from the manaliths.

ManalithEdit

Manalith is a structure with which a wizard claims all the mana at a Mana Fountain for their own use and that of their allies. It prevents other neutral or hostile creatures and wizards to obtain any mana from it and also makes manahoars able to draw mana from it from a distance.

MardukEdit

Marduk is a wizard, a demon and the divine leader of the Cult of Ashur.

MinionsEdit

Minions are the followers of Charnel.

MithrasEdit

Mithras is a wizard and a prophet.

MutantEdit

Mutant is one of Persephone's Faithful, possibly created by Faestus' experiments on the trolls in Urghaz.

MysticismEdit

Mysticism is an arcane magical skill of Persephone that teaches the wizards to use the powers of nature and life. The creatures that are conjured via Mysticism are called the Faithful of Persephone and the wizards who use it are called mystics. Known mystics are: Yogo, Shakti and Seerix.

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NecromancyEdit

Necromancy is an arcane magical skill of Charnel that teaches the wizards to use the powers of pestilence, corruption and death. The creatures that are conjured via Necromancy are called Minions of Charnel and the wizards who use it are called necromancers. Known necromancers are: Acheron, Seerix and Ragman.

NecrylEdit

Necryl is one of Charnel's Minions, native to Stygia.

NetherfiendEdit

Netherfiend is one of Charnel's Minions, a demon in origins.

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OrgrenEdit

Orgren is a land in Glebe.

OrichalchisEdit

Orichalchis is a land in Empyrea.

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PeasantEdit

Peasant is a member of the civilian population of Elysium.

PellanonEdit

Pellanon is a land in Elysium.

PersephoneEdit

Persephone is one of the traditional five gods who rule the world of Sacrifice. The wizard skill she teaches is called Mysticism, her realm is named Elysium and her followers are known as the Faithful.

PhoenixEdit

Phoenix is one of Pyro's Proles of unknown origins.

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A Plague Wort

Plague WortEdit

Plague Wort is a mushroom-like structure used by Charnel to terror-form the realms of other gods and make it more suitable to his own needs.

Prime AltarEdit

See Ultimate Altar.

ProlesEdit

Proles, also known as the "Proles of Pyro", are the followers of Pyro.

PyroEdit

Pyro is one of the traditional five gods who rule the world of Sacrifice. The wizard skill he teaches is called Sorcery, his realm is named Pyroborea and his followers are known as the Proles.

PyroboreaEdit

Pyroborea is the realm of Pyro. It is made out of the following known islands: Helios, Cindercrag, Ash, Magmar and Sere.

PyrodactylEdit

Pyrodactyl is one of Pyro's Proles of unknown origins.

Pyrodraulic Dynamo™Edit

Pyrodraulic Dynamo™ is a structure used to extract magma from an island's core and release it in a form of a violent eruption. The prototype was constructed in Cindercrag and powered by slave labor.

PyromaniaEdit

Pyromania is an ideology among the gnomes started by Faestus when defecting to Pyro. The followers of it are called Pyromaniacs and they believe that Persephone is slowing down their inventions and the overall progress of gnomish science, because of her rigid beliefs. They have therefore decided that Pyro would be a more suitable patron for them.

PyromaniacEdit

Pyromaniac is one of Pyro's Proles. It is a Pyromania-converted version of the Gnome.

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QuorogEdit

Quorog is a land in Glebe.

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RagmanEdit

The Ragman is a wizard, a necromancer and a Minion of Charnel. He is also Charnel's former champion, known as the Lord of Terror.

RangerEdit

Ranger is one of Persephone's Faithful, native to the Daven Forest. Rangers are members of the race known as the Fyllid.

RealmEdit

Petty squabbles among the five remaining gods has caused the land to split into five mystical territories - each at war with one another. – Sacrifice's Box Art

While traditionally, realms are considered to be one of the domains of the five traditional gods (Elysium, Glebe, Empyrea, Pyroborea and Stygia), the term can also be used to label other worlds as well.

RhinockEdit

Rhinock was a name for the Rhinok used in some of the rendered art.

RhinokEdit

Rhinok is one of James' Yeomen of unknown origins.

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Sac DoctorEdit

Sac Doctor, like the Manahoar, is a universal creature to all gods, used by their wizards to for conversion and desecration.

Sara BellaEdit

Sara Bella is the most intelligent of the Brainiacs and the only known protégée of Stratos. Her mind power is so strong, she has the ability to block links between gods and their servants, particularly wizards, thus making them susceptible to death by banishment.

SawmanEdit

Sawman was a name for Executioner used in pre-release time and in some of the rendered art.

ScarabEdit

Scarab is one of Persephone's Faithful, native to Elysium.

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Rendered Art of a Scorpion

ScorpionEdit

Scorpion is a canceled creature, meant to be Persephone's bug and replace Scarab.

ScythEdit

Scyth was a name for the Scythe used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

ScytheEdit

Scythe is one of Charnel's Minions, native to Stygia.

SeerixEdit

Seerix is a wizard, a necromancer and a Minion of Charnel.

SeraphEdit

Seraph is one of Stratos' Servants. They are a sub-species of gremlins, created during the War of Purification.

SeraphimEdit

Seraphim was a name for the Seraph used in some of the rendered art. Now it's the plural form of Seraph.

SereEdit

Sere is a land in Pyroborea.

ServantsEdit

Servants, also known as the "Servants of Stratos", are the followers of Stratos.

ShaktiEdit

Shakti is a wizard, a mystic and a Faithful of Persephone.

ShrikeEdit

Shrike is one of Persephone's Faithful, probably native to Telluria.

ShrineEdit

Shrine is a structure, used by wizards for faster communication with their gods. It is a smaller, destructible version of the altar used to convert souls on site rather than at the altar. It saves time for Sac Doctors by making them walk shorter distances.

SilverbackEdit

Silverback is one of Stratos' Servants.

SiroccoEdit

Sirocco is the mother of all dragons and also the only known dragoness in the world of Sacrifice.

SlaveEdit

Slave is a member of the civilian population of Pyroborea.

SnowmanEdit

Snowman is a member of the civilian population of Empyrea.

SolisEdit

Solis is a land in Glebe.

SorceryEdit

Sorcery is an arcane magical skill of Pyro that teaches the wizards to use the powers of fire. The creatures that are conjured via Sorcery are called Proles of Pyro and the wizards who use it are called sorcerers. Known sorcerers are: Sorcha, Buta and Hachimen.

SorchaEdit

Sorcha is a wizard, a sorceress and one of Pyro's champions. She carries the title of Empress of Pyroborea.

SoulsEdit

Souls are a major resource in the world of Sacrifice.

SpitfireEdit

Spitfire is one of Pyro's Proles.

SpringerEdit

Springer was a name for the Gremlin used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

SquallEdit

Squall is one of Stratos' Servants, descended from the airborne squawks.

SquawkEdit

Squawk is a bird, native to Empyrea, from which Stratos created the land-locked squall.

StomperEdit

Stomper was a name for the Ent used in pre-release time and in some of the concept art.

Storm GiantEdit

Storm Giant is one of Stratos' Servants, titan in origins.

StratosEdit

Stratos is one of the traditional five gods who rule the world of Sacrifice. The wizard skill he teaches is called Elementalism, his realm is named Empyrea and his followers are known as the Servants.

StygiaEdit

Stygia is the realm of Charnel. It is made out of the following known islands: Dys, Golgotha and Crossroads of Abaddon.

StymonEdit

Stymon was a name for Grakkus used in some of the triggers in Scapex.

StyxEdit

Styx is one of Charnel's Minions.

SurturEdit

Lord Surtur is the lord of Surtur's Keep, husband of lady Abraxus and the leader of the Storm Giants. His negotiations with Stratos allowed his kind to survive the god's extermination of the titans.

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Dual islands of Surtur's Keep

Surtur's KeepEdit

Surtur's Keep is a land in Empyrea.

SylphEdit

Sylph is one of Stratos' Servants, native to Empyrea.

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TartarusEdit

Tartarus is a demonic realm. Except for the known demon species of the world of Sacrifice that could have arrived there from Tartarus, the only known demon from Tartarus is lord Astaroth.

TaurockEdit

Taurock is one of James' Yeomen, native to the Glebe.

Terror-formingEdit

Terror-forming is a process used by Charnel to transform the other gods' islands into a meat-island alike those of Stygia. The only known method of terror-forming is by the use of Plague Worts. It is unknown if the other gods have counterparts of this invasive process.

ThestorEdit

Thestor is a chieftain of the gnomes and also a high king candidate. Like his brother Faestus, he is also of a treacherous nature.

ThryhringEdit

Thryhring is the capital of the Empyrea and home to Stratos.

TickEdit

Tick is a creature native to Elysium, from which the vortick and the tickferno are descended from.

TickfernoEdit

Tickferno is one of Pyro's Proles, possibly descended from the tick.

TitanEdit

Titans were a set of being who superseded the Creator as the main power in the world of Sacrifice. They proved to be an affront to the five gods who in turn had them exterminated. The only known titans are the fire giants and the storm giants, of which only the latter survive in any greater quantities. This is also the fan-made name for level 9 creatures.

ToldorEdit

Toldor is one of the oldest beings in the world of the Sacrifice, second only to the gods themselves. He is a faithful follower of Persephone and a protector of his people and his home.

TroggEdit

Trogg is one of James' Yeomen, native to the Glebe.

TrollEdit

Troll is one of Persephone's Faithful, native to Urghaz.

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Ultimate AltarEdit

Ultimate altar (also known as the prime altar) is an altar of a god. It is always found in the respective god's capital. Much like when a wizard's altar is desecrated and the wizard is banished, when the ultimate altar is desecrated a god is banished. The god no longer retains the right to be worshiped and may return only after a considerable time has passed and most likely in a different form.

UrghazEdit

Urghaz is a land in Elysium and home to trolls.

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VanyaEdit

Vanya was a name for Sorcha used in some of the triggers in Scapex.

VillagesEdit

Villages are the most prominent settlements in the world of Sacrifice. While several fortresses are mentioned (one is even seen) and cities are mentioned to exist by Stratos in the finale, no other settlements besides villages exist. They are filled mostly with local civilian populace and structure with the style of construction native to the realm in question.

VortickEdit

Vortick is one of Stratos' Servants, descended from the ordinary tick.

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War of PurificationEdit

The War of Purification is the only known war that happened in the world of Sacrifice before the campaign with its own name. Persephone called for a holy crusade against at least Charnel. The war is remembered as cruel. Diallia was razed to the ground and its population exterminated after the temple guardians there betrayed Persephone. Due to the perceived senselessness of the war, many gremlins defected to Stratos. The war was concluded with the victory for the Faithful. As a result the use of the Demon Gate was banned for all the gods, however the Gate itself wasn't destroyed. To deny its use to Charnel, other gods had taken turns at protecting the Gate. This, in turn, lead to a decrease in the number of demons in the world of Sacrifice, especially the Netherfiends.

WarmongerEdit

Warmonger is one of Pyro's Proles, manufactured in the factories of Pyroborea.

WarsEdit

"There have been other Wars between the gods..." – Mithras, Shadow of the Past (Intermission)
"Everyone, wait! Haven't we all had enough of Wars?" – James, Balance of Power (Intermission) The Wars (with the capitalized "W") are a series of wars that happened before the Sacrifice's campaign:

WizardEdit

Wizards are powerful beings matched only by the gods in their might and knowledge. They are the leaders and summoners of armies that wield spells with great potential for devastation. A wizard can be defeated by being banished.

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Rendered Art of a Wrecktangle

WrecktangleEdit

Wrecktangle is a canceled creature, meant to be Pyro's Hard-hitter (however not a Glass Cannon, but rather a Tank) and replace Warmonger.

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YeomenEdit

Yeomen, also known as the "Yeomen of the Glebe", are the followers of James.

YetiEdit

Yeti is one of Stratos' Servants, native to Empyrea.

YogoEdit

Yogo is a wizard, a mystic and Persephone's champion.

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ZombieEdit

Zombie is a member of the civilian population of Stygia.

ZyzyxEdit

Zyzyx is a familiar serving Eldred and is one of the most knowledgeable beings in the world of Sacrifice.

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