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A large-scale Vulpine Pagan terrorist attack on Rome causes mass pandemonium. The Leader declares war on Cambodia, due to the Vesar-Siamese war.
According to Vulpine Paganism, before time began, a group of foxes lived in a small village consumed by darkness. Darkness, which was sometimes referred to as the unknown and the sickness, caused the entire village to live in fear and misery. However, the foxes decided to wage war with the darkness, and, after a bitter battle that included many deaths, the foxes claimed victory over the darkness. Their leader, Verveno, met with the survivors to determine how vulpine kind should live. All were assigned realms, dominions, or specific objects to control or watch over. However, it was soon realized that after the defeat of darkness, they couldn’t produce children unless they became mortal. Therefore, they decided to allow some of their children to become mortal and start a race of vulpines, while the rest protected and helped the vulpine race. Motivated by love, they took care of their offspring with care, making sure the darkness stayed as far away from them as possible.
Christian theology is summarized in various creeds. These professions of faith state that Jesus suffered, died, was buried, descended into hell, and rose from the dead, in order to grant eternal life to those who believe in him and trust in him for the remission of their sins. The creeds further maintain that Jesus bodily ascended into heaven, where he reigns with God the Father in the unity of the Holy Spirit, and that he will return to judge the living and the dead and grant eternal life to his followers. His incarnation, earthly ministry, crucifixion, and resurrection are often referred to as "the gospel", meaning "good news". The term gospel also refers to written accounts of Jesus's life and teaching, four of which—Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John—are considered canonical and included in the Christian Bible.