Taboo positively seethed with insuppressible rage. It gazed down unto the mortal realms, witnessing the unspeakable horrors men and women enacted upon friend and foe alike. Rape, pillage, torture, and war were commonplace among these so-called civilized worlds, where those with power lord it over those without. The victims of these heinous acts, either during their last dying moments or for the more fortunate survivors, through their incessant grief-ridden wallowing, sent their pain, suffering and thirst for vengeance up upon spiritual wing to the vigilantly watching Gods; to the vigilantly watching Taboo. There in the ether the God of Retribution absorbed their mortal anguish and transformed it into a divine fury so great and terrible that it threatened to consume the deity. In an act of self-preservation, it channeled the rage within and used it to mould into being three entities of incredible power.
The Three were send to Andolor, tasked with gathering all those who suffered under the hand of another and desired vengeance; the more that their furious ranks grew, the more that they were able to strike out at the oppressors of the world, exacting revenge on all of those deserving of it. Soon all of those in power grew to fear this unnamed horde of raiding warriors, worried that they may be the next to be struck down.
As the years went by, the Three forged their unruly horde into a great clan of warriors. They constructed the Halls of Retribution, a fortress to house those loyal to Taboo and they lay down the basic code in which all were to abide. Thus, Retribution was formed. The Three had completed their task and were free to return to Taboo’s site. Even to this very day the grand Halls of Retribution stand and the clan within continues to reach out and smite all those who wrong them. Taboo, pleased with what it has accomplished and finally able to cast off the burden of humanity’s suffering, is finally able to be at peace.