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“The infidels will regret their denial of the Great One when they are spiraling down the Maelstrom of Eternal Suffering, screaming for mercy but getting none, because they are all filthy landlubbers! Cod, how I hate landlubbers.”
Cod, often mistaken for God is the deity of a sect known as the Spunky Sailor Gnomes. He is also known as The Great Finned One, the Sky Fish, and That Big Almighty Fish Dude Up There. COD is also short for Coalition Of Dumbasses, if they would have chosen another name like united dumbasses they wouldn't have had to be compared to a big almighty fish dude.
Followers of the Cod's Path believe that before the universe was created, everything was one infinite ocean, known as the Eternal Sea. The only being residing there was the Cod, who one day decided that there would be a good idea to create the world as we know it. He got started, and made some planets, stars and other random objects, but he soon got bored with the idea, and instead created a bunch of jolly sailor fairies, or gnomes, to finish his work. These are known in the holy scripture as the Spunky Sailor Gnomes, and all followers of the Cod call themselves part of this brotherhood, even if they may not be a gnome themselves.
edit The Spunky Sailor Gnomes
Upon initiation as a Spunky Sailor Gnome, one must pass a secret rite known to no man outside of the inner circle of Cod worshippers. However, it is suspected that it somehow involves whales and a lot of lube. Once this rite is passed, one is given a special name related to a sea creature in some way. Examples include Shrimpman, Stingrayman and Octopussyman. The arch gnome is known as the Codman, a name which is passed from father to son throughout generations. Once the Arch gnome's son (daughters are left to be ripped apart by lobsters, as they are considered "landlubbers") comes of age, the father commits ritual harakiri by shooting himself in the stomach with a cannon, and the son receives his title as Codman.
edit Other Rites and Customs
The followers of the Cod live their lives by the ten Codmandments:
- Thou shalt not have any other fish/god hybrids than me.
- Thou shalt not harm any of my children (Fish, plankton, shrimps, you know, stuff that lives underwater).
- Thou shalt force thy ways upon anyone wanting to listen. If they do not want to listen, harm them.
- Thou shalt not make wrongful use of my name (swearing is not wrongful use, and is encouraged).
- Thou shalt not murder. Mutilating is far more effective.
- Thou shalt honour me by spending ridiculous amounts of money by building temples and statues in my name.
- Thou shalt not covet your neighbours wife, unless you are a sexy female. Lesbians are hot.
- Thou shalt not make long lists when suffering from writer's block.
It is said that after the Cod created the first Spunky Sailor Gnomes, he went to sleep, and would slumber for millenias to come. Recently, there has been much stirring in the Gnome Environment, as the current Codman, a jovial fellow who until his coming of age went by the name of Barry, has claimed that the Cod is awakening, possibly because of global warming. According to his prophecy, the Cod will awake on the seventh day of the seventh month, of the year 2007, to judge living and dead alike, damning all non-believers (or "landlubbers") to a watery grave, forever drowning without the escape of death. Informed sources claim it is somewhat like a Nelly Furtado concert.
The Spunky Sailor Gnomes has received a lot of criticism in the media throughout the sect's existence, both because of their somewhat pushy ways of spreading their religion, and for killing fishermen with harpoons. When asked about these incidences, the Codman answered that his brotherhood was "only doing to them what they are doing to the Cod's children". Also, Ex-gnomes have criticized the environment for brainwashing, and for completely shutting them out once they leave. Lastly, theologists claim the entire religion to be "a bunch of genuine bullshit", something which is agreed on by most/all scientific environments.