(ti-ster) an ancient and sacred name pertaining to an omnipotent being. Folk lore descriptions from multiple cultures has describe such a person as "a god among us". This person invoke instant worship and fear from locals.
Acclaimed professor Azhanzlmmn Mohieldan Giesh from M.I.T. has confirmed the existence of the Tyster in his 1974 U.N. speech in St. Etienne, France: "after extensive research my 82-man team can attest to the truth of such a being. Without question Tyster is worthy of adoration."
Scholar 1: I often wonder if legends of Hercules and Samson were based upon Tyster's legacy.