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The '''Labyrinth''' is a realm of torture and pain which plays home to the Cenobites in Clive Barker’s ''Hellraiser'' franchise. Although sometimes referred to as Hell, whether it is actually the Abrahamic version is open to debate.
tThe labrith is a bunch of stairs and dysfunctional cabinetry ruled by the evil Kraid who rekt Satan's butthole and took over charge of the gay hell dimension using the power of the Technodrome.{{delete|Ugh}}
 
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== Description ==
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As it’s name might suggest, the Labyrinth is a vast multi-levelled maze of countless corridors, platforms and rooms. Impossible for those not from the realm to navigate, it holds innumerable souls under continual torment from its demonic denizens. What form this torture takes varies depending on the individual, but each one is specific to the person undergoing the process. Above the Labyrinth floats its “god,” the entity known as Leviathan, an enormous geometric shape which supposedly rules there, although what it actually ''does'' remains a mystery.
   
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Initially described as merely a dimension in which pleasure and pain are indistinguishable from each other, the depiction of the Labyrinth has slowly changed over the course of the many films and comic books of the franchise to become a more traditional version of damnation.
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Latest revision as of 07:24, 1 March 2021

The Labyrinth is a realm of torture and pain which plays home to the Cenobites in Clive Barker’s Hellraiser franchise. Although sometimes referred to as Hell, whether it is actually the Abrahamic version is open to debate.

Description[edit | edit source]

As it’s name might suggest, the Labyrinth is a vast multi-levelled maze of countless corridors, platforms and rooms. Impossible for those not from the realm to navigate, it holds innumerable souls under continual torment from its demonic denizens. What form this torture takes varies depending on the individual, but each one is specific to the person undergoing the process. Above the Labyrinth floats its “god,” the entity known as Leviathan, an enormous geometric shape which supposedly rules there, although what it actually does remains a mystery.

Initially described as merely a dimension in which pleasure and pain are indistinguishable from each other, the depiction of the Labyrinth has slowly changed over the course of the many films and comic books of the franchise to become a more traditional version of damnation.


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