RQ Encounter – Cult Update for May 1

RQ Encounter Generator (for RQ6) (the creation of skoll at thedesignmechanism forum) has a major new feature – cults (and spirit societies, mystic orders and sorcery orders) as a first class citizen.

There are now 300+ cult levels defined across more than 100 cults, sorcery orders, spirit societies and brotherhoods with templates for initiates, acolytes and devotees.

Following cults have been added lately and appropriate enemies and parties enhanced with these:

From Initiate to Rune Lord/devotee


  • Annilla
  • Subere
  • Xentha
  • Xiola Umbar


  • Irrippi Ontor
  • Jakaleel the Witch
  • She Who Waits
  • Queen Deezola
  • Teelo Norri
  • Aldrya Woodlord
  • Aldrya Shaman
  • Aldrya Gardener
  • Asrelia
  • Chalana Arroy
  • Crimson Bat
  • Dark Eater (Morocanths)
  • Ernalda
  • Eurmal
  • Hungry Ghosts (Cannibal Cult)
  • Lamsabi
  • Lodril
  • Mee Vorala
  • Odayla
  • Orjethulut
  • Hanjethulut
  • Pamalt
  • Pavis
  • Telmor
  • Ty Kora Tek
  • Uleria
  • Um-Oradin
  • Vinga
  • Yelm
  • Yinkin


  • Krjalk
  • Pocharngo
  • Ragnaglar
  • Urain

appropriate parties have been updated and a few new ones created

All of the above have also the skills based on Glorantha Cult One Pagers

A few more cults will be added in the coming days.

Easy way to find these enemies is to filter by cult name on either the party or enemy page.

New parties have been created as well – for example

  • Cannibal Party
  • Chaos Krjalki Party
  • Earth Lodril Party
  • Earth Priestess Party – Ernalda
  • Lunar 7 Mothers Mission
  • Lunar Knowledge Party
  • Odayla Hunter Party
  • Urain Foul wind Party
  • Yelm Sun Party
  • Yinkin Hunter Party

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