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After an event of an unspecified nature known as the Battle of Isonkast, the Father stripped the Seraphim of their wings. In atonement for whatever wrongs they had done, the Seraphim then built the Luminarium in Urdak upon its oldest grounds to become a dwelling place for the Father and a housing for many marvels, including machines with the ability to control and harness the essence of life itself.
 
After an event of an unspecified nature known as the Battle of Isonkast, the Father stripped the Seraphim of their wings. In atonement for whatever wrongs they had done, the Seraphim then built the Luminarium in Urdak upon its oldest grounds to become a dwelling place for the Father and a housing for many marvels, including machines with the ability to control and harness the essence of life itself.
  
Out of desire to prevent the Seraphim from seeking any further power, the Father commanded that they serve any who reach the Luminarium. As a result, they seem to obey a strict code of neutrality which serves all equally and without favor, and rarely do they ever directly take part in any external events. They can resurrect any being through the use of that being's life energy conserved in a special [[life sphere]]. If any life sphere is brought to the Luminarium, the Seraphim are duty-bound to resurrect the individual to whom it belongs. However, it is said that few beings can actually survive the process and fewer still have the strength of mind to maintain their sanity when it happens. In the ending of ''[[The Ancient Gods, Part One]]'', a pair of Seraphim resurrect the [[Nameless One]] by the [[Doom Slayer|Slayer]]'s will.
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Out of desire to prevent the Seraphim from seeking any further power, the Father commanded that they serve any who reach the Luminarium. As a result, they seem to obey a strict code of neutrality which serves all equally and without favor, and rarely do they ever directly take part in any external events. They can resurrect any being through the use of that being's life energy conserved in a special [[life sphere]]. If any life sphere is brought to the Luminarium, the Seraphim are duty-bound to resurrect the individual to whom it belongs. However, it is said that few beings can actually survive the process. In the ending of ''[[The Ancient Gods, Part One]]'', a pair of Seraphim resurrect the [[Nameless One]] by the [[Doom Slayer|Slayer]]'s will.
  
 
As the Slayer is sealed in his sarcophagus in the ending of ''[[The Ancient Gods, Part Two]]'', the procedure is overseen by three Seraphim, possibly including two aforementioned ones. The "[[Ancient God]]s" themselves are shown as large, holographic yellow Seraphim.
 
As the Slayer is sealed in his sarcophagus in the ending of ''[[The Ancient Gods, Part Two]]'', the procedure is overseen by three Seraphim, possibly including two aforementioned ones. The "[[Ancient God]]s" themselves are shown as large, holographic yellow Seraphim.

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