Dudael is a Hell given to The Imperium by Memnoch. It was originally used as a prison for the grigori who rebelled against the Writer God.


Prison of the Watchers

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Dudael was originally used to imprison the fallen angels, the grigori, of the Writer God. They had intercourse with humanity and produced nephilim offspring. In retaliation, Writer God punished the nephilim instead of the angels. They would be under the control of fallen angels. The grigori then rebelled against their deity only to be imprisoned within Dudael[Tales 1].

Tales from The Imperium

Shades of an Empire

See also: Shades of an Empire

When The Lamb became trapped in Tartarus, Memnoch was attracted to all of the commotion. He intended to subdue the crew of the ship but found it was impossible to overcome its captain, Ameryl Hypericum, who was using an anti-power ring. She proposed a deal to him, which he then accepted[Tales 2]. She gave him a micro-universe, invented by Reimi Soulstar, in which an entire universe existed on a micro-scale. Every Earth day the universe would go through its entire life span, culminating in billions and billions of souls for Memnoch to consume. For this, he granted them dominion over one of his Hell realms; Dudael[Tales 1].


Britt's Commentary

"Dudael is based on the Biblical Dudael[Ext 1], the prison for the Watchers[Ext 2]." ~ Britt the Writer


External References

  1. Dudael article, Wikipedia.
  2. Watcher (angel) article, Wikipedia.

Tales from The Imperium References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Tales Post 17, Tales Page 1, Shades of an Empire, Tales from The Imperium written by Britt the Writer.
  2. Tales Post 16, Tales Page 1, Shades of an Empire, Tales from The Imperium written by Britt the Writer.
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