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"She weeps for your evil is much for her to bear. Every single being in this universe is to blame! Do you not realize how corrupt this universe is? How disgustingly evil every being is? How, then, can you expect anything waiting for you but Her contempt? Your idols are worthless, your prayers fall on deaf ears, and your 'righteousness' is but nothing compared to your great evils. When you acknowledge your failings, The Goddess above All, Fuukos, will free you from the chains binding you to evil. Very truly I tell you, the old way of things will be soon be abolished, and all evildoers with it." -Molonov in his principle work "The Abyss"

Fuukanism is a monolatric religion based on the teachings of Molonov. It is the largest religion in the universe with over two octillion practitioners. Its adherents known as Fuukanists, make up the majority of the population in many regions, most notably the galaxy Florescence. The principle belief of Fuukanism is that Fuukos is the one deity worthy of worship, and that the attributes of Fuukos are recorded in a series of tomes collectively referred to as The Abyss.

Fuukanism remains diverse in its many variants as well as individual interpretations of cosmology, prophecy, justification, and ritualism. The variants generally hold in common that Fuukos is the chief deity, that she will eventually destroy the universe, and that Fuukos (or some other deity) has offered a way to avoid destruction. Describing Fuukos are a series of chapters within The Abyss called the "Reality Cycle." They are widely considered to be the most authoritative of the chapters within the Abyss.

While many Fuukanists believe that the religion has been given to many civilizations across time, modern Fuukanism started in 74,841 BCE on the planet Alphos in the galaxy Florescence. It was originally only practiced among The Ravis until it spread to the LLæns in the early 73,000s BCE. The religion remained remarkably uniform until the death of Molonov in 13,684 CE. The death of what Fuukanists believed to be an immortal Molonov caused wide-scale panic, culminating in the founding of Empyros, a nation practicing a very different version of Fuukanism than Molonov preached. Eventually, Empyros would collapse and the modern, and diverse, Fuukanist religion would form in 20,904 CE.


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