Order of Dis
Their headquarters was located in an inn known as the Star Lodge located where Jolly Boar Inn stands in the present day. They sought out the powers of the Infernal Source. For a long time, the Order of Dis was thought to be a myth. They hid in plain sight among Saradominists, as Wharton believed it was the best way to survive being purged after Zamorak had been taken by his demonic followers to Infernus.
When other entrances to the Source were discovered, the Order quickly fell into disrepair, dying out in a few centuries. Two members continued to maintain the order's traditions, however.
Practices[edit | edit source]
The Order of Dis would capture unwary people and subject them to torture. They were not completely cruel however, as those who accepted the Order's "gifts" would be freed and spread the Order's influence across Gielinor. If they still refused however, they were then offered as sacrifices in Dagon's name (who greatly disliked sacrifices).
Followers would often wear robes along with masks depicting imps, lesser demons and greater demons.
Members[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Dis is the largest city on Infernus. Its name is derived from Dis, the city in the deepest part of hell in Dante's Divine Comedy.
- The Order of Dis is a pun on the word disorder.