His followers are named Cestalts. They worship the symbol called the Hemeamp.It is unknown how cruel they could be, but they do wear black cloaks so we can only guess that they are as evil, if not more than Shaskel. They do not have any direct weapontry and, rather, use Yoshis. They reside in space and are the most technologically advanced people in Trathira.
Lord Conohned made the great mistake of attacking Lord Inglip and starting the Great Battle of Trathira.
Ironically, Inglip killed the Death Angel.
Oddly enough, Conohned had not been completely destroyed. His follower, Sormayea, rallied minions of the fallen gods and converted them to be apart of Conohned's army with his silver tounge.
The reborn Cestalt Order grew in the shadows of Trathira as more and more people with a vendetta against Inglip joined. The group remained unnoticed, or perhaps just ignored, as Inglip and his followers did not seem to concerned about a group of enemies without a god while there were bigger threats to face.
During this time Sormayea and the new cestalts managed to infiltrate key positions of power in every different faction. The old city of Klyssis was chosen as the new Cestalt capital and the old spaceships were recontructed. Everything seemed to be in order for the return of the angel.
Conohned did however not return, and Sormayea began to worry. The newer members of the Order seemed to lose their faith and Sormayea feared that they would betray him. As time seemed to be running out Sormayea recruited the disgraced former gropagan high preist Lyeslat who agreed to help summon Conohned back to the realm of the living.