Uruf said, "Yirhug is right saying The Bladed Sun does not have gods.
I knew Abel, he was a flawed and challenged human being like most before he ascended.
And despite his extreme powers and oft unexpected knowledge he would get annoyed and frustrated if he heard anyone equating him to a god.
And Scribe assessment of the Morgothians are spot on. The second they find out you are even considering becoming a Knight of the Bladed Sun they would hunt you down and destroy everything you build.
The one part that is missing from this conversation is what our faith actually entails. You see Yirhug was right asking about your former faith in the Asgardians, Scribe.
The Knights of the Bladed Sun believe all religions hold an piece of the puzzle of the greater divine truth of the universe. We learn other religions from their worshippers point of view so we might see what aspects of their faith speak to the greater tapestry.
If your faith, even subconsciously, was strong enough to call the Asgards down at the trial it is still strong enough for the Asgardians to punish you for leaving their service.
Adept, Scribe, Lurtor, Yirhug I wouldnt ignore Lokis words so quickly.He made it clear to Scribe that Loki dislikes one of his servants calling down a God to accomplish what they should be able to accomplish on their own.
If Loki interprets Scribe trying to join the Bladed Sun as another attempt by Scribe to have gods handle his own challenges for him, Loki could take that very badly."