The Circles of Dio
|/v/irgin Birth · Crucifixion · Immortality|
|The Three Books|
| The Book of Dio |
The Circles of Dio · The Trumpets of Dio
|Pride · Power · Peace|
Yusuphist Dioism · Lidoxan Dioism
Non-Dioists · Anti-Dioists
| Dio Brando|
Altnabla · William Walker
Abdul Yusuf · Phaedrus Lidox
Falcon · AgentChieftain · Senor Schlong
|Topics in Dioism|
| Art · Censorship · Criticism · Marriage |
Other Religions · Pakistan · Virginization
The Circles of Dio is the second holy text of the religion of Dioism, the state religion of the Holy Empire of Pakistan. It is the second official chronicle of the adventures of Dio Brando, as told by Dio himself. It is not intended to be a historical account, but a public narration of the world, as seen by Dio. It is the only religious text in existence to be written by God himself.
|“ My children, it is time for me to give you the second holy scripture. The story is from a time long forgotten, from a dimension you can not even begin to imagine. A dimension made of chaos. My homeland. This happened before, during, and after the book of Dio. This didn't take place in a physical world, such as you know it.|
This is the story of how I became Dio. Read, and study it well. ”
Dio is the titular protagonist of The Circles. He is introduced in The Second Circle.
Falc is a central character of The Circles. "She" is introduced in The Fifth Circle as "the warrior queen", and is an ally of Dio.
Hosurokii the Pig-Faced
Hosurokii the Pig-Faced is the antagonist of The Third Circle. He was an illiswine who briefly kept Dio as a slave. Hosurokii is later killed by Dio.
Dylbold is the antagonist of The Fourth Circle.
Dio created many new terms to describe the places and races in The Circles.
- The primary antagonists in The Circles. They are said to be horrible prehistoric tentacled beasts that inhabited present-day Sweden. They are credited with creating capitalism.
|“ The illiswine were a race that had come not to know themselves. ”|
- The Unbroken Circle
- The core philosophy behind The Circles; meaning that "life will rise and fall and rise again ad infinitum".
|“ The Unbroken Circle is the knowing of how the People lost themselves. And how they came to know themselves again. ”|