Saints of Discordia are broken into five categories based upon power and contribution. The first category, Saint Second Class, is reserved for real beings. Fictional beings, not being actual, are more capable of perfection and belong to the other four.
Saint Second ClassEdit
To be reserved for all human beings deserving of Sainthood.
The first and only Emperor of the United States, Norton made purported insanity work for him, and proved that reality is what you can get away with. His grave near San Francisco is an official POEE shrine.
St. Edward the Spectacularly Bad (Ed Wood)Edit
The creator of a new paradigm in cutting-edge cinematic surrealism.
St. Francis the Incoherent (Francis E. Dec, Esq.)Edit
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St. Archimedes the Screwy (Archimedes Plutonium)Edit
Advocate of the theory of Plutonium Atom Totality, Archimedes spectacularly unified ancient Greek religion and modern-day particle physics.
Honored for his timely turkey-cursing of the puppets of Greyface.
Good Saint material and definitely inspiring. Example: St. Yossarian (Catch 22, Heller)
Excellent Goddess-Saturated Saint. Example: St. Quixote (Don Quixote, Cervantes)
Comparable to Lt/Saint but has an established following (fictional or factual). Example: St. Bokonon (Cat's Cradle, Vonnegut)
Five Star SaintEdit
The Five Apostles of Eris.
Note: It is an Old Erisian Tradition to never agree with each other about Saints.
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