Episode 138: Bloody Cults of the Bloody Blood Gods

Onyx Pathcast

In which Dixie, Matthew, and Eddy discuss cults, Cults of the Blood Gods, blood, and gods.

  • Is King Bowser a cat?
  • Do we deserve a break?
  • The lasting greatness of Alan Wake
  • IP law, licensed RPGs and video games, and Beckett’s Jyhad Diary
  • Memories of our Scion actual play
  • The Cults of the Blood Gods theme tune
  • Cults of the Blood Gods is on sale via PDF and print on demand!
  • Problems with the Bahari
  • The One True Way (to Golconda)
  • Why religions are appealing to vampires
  • The Leftovers is a magnificent TV show and you should watch it
  • Fringe beliefs emerging in the 21st century
  • The Lancea et Sanctum (from Vampire: The Requiem) are also magnificent and perform miracles!
  • The reasonable nature of Mithraism (when compared to the Sabbat)
  • Why cults are a mundane horror as well as a supernatural one
  • One of our Trails of Ash and Bone stories
  • Children of the Blood teasers
  • Alternate names for the Hecata
  • The emerging popularity of the Hecata
  • Necrotic Plague and why it’s an excellent power (so there)
  • Jason Newberry doesn’t deserve to have eyes
  • The Giovanni Brand Name
  • The Promise of 1528
  • Why you should buy Cults of the Blood Gods


  5 comments for “Episode 138: Bloody Cults of the Bloody Blood Gods

  1. Crash
    January 15, 2021 at 3:55 pm

    I love listening to the podcast but I only do it so rarely because of it’s availability on apps. Is there any plans to eventually make it to Audible or Stitcher?

    • January 16, 2021 at 6:40 am

      Good question. We’ll look into that.

    • Eddy Webb
      January 18, 2021 at 8:50 am

      We are on a lot of services, but I didn’t know Amazon Music or Stitcher had open submissions, so I’ve sent off a request to add them!

  2. Ian A. A. Watson
    January 15, 2021 at 6:07 pm

    ‘Cause people are going to ask: King Bowser Koopa, the cat: https://www.facebook.com/BowserKitten/

  3. B
    January 25, 2021 at 12:45 am

    How on earth is it legal that that cult’s site is still up?

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