A cloaked figure shrouded in mystery, violence and insanity, the being calling himself Majora is an integral part of the history of the parallel world of Termina, whose Masks are used as an extension of his sheer willpower and is worshiped like a living god among Men. Majora claims to have created the realm of Termina, and given the raw, dark energy felt by his mere presence, it would be difficult to argue against that. What is known that his powers have been increased twentyfold through his interactions with a primitive ancient tribe that helped create Majora's Mask from the scales of a dragon as an instrument of hexing and torture, but later perished through a tremendous sacrifice in his name to strengthen him to reshape the once primitive world to be called Termina as the twisted rival image of Hyrule.
It is after this that he founds the Church of Majora, and goes into seclusion to rule from the shadows and create more Masks for his devoted to wear and become willingly possessed by him. His belief in the supremacy of the Hylian race is paramount as not a single Human can be seen in Termina's numerous territories His Apostles (Termina's Sages) are given the arduous task of forging an army unconditionally loyal to Majora, and in return are granted a fraction of his powers and forge a gospel revolving around Majora's perceived superiority of the Hylian race and how everyone else is beneath them.
Majora has little to no resistance to his rule over Termina in spite of the numerous authorities that have risen such as the Deku Kingdom, the Mayor of Clock Town and so on, and his followers worship him of their own free will. Not much is known of Majora's true origins, not even the face behind the Mask he proudly wears, and has an abundance of secrets he and the Apostles are willing to kill to protect. He has set plans in motion that revolve around a single, undeviating goal: the utter and complete destruction of Hyrule, Humanity, the Triforce and the Golden Goddesses.
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