'Hell is a place of impermanence, Kristy.
   One cannot suffer if the torture is routine; one cannot take pleasure if the sensation remains the same. Hell provides a pattern, Kristy, a comfort, and then tears it away.
   The demons, the workers, the cenobites. They feast, they fight, they fuck, they wager; they war. They rage. They rebel. They make promises they do not intend to keep.
   Changes comes slowly here, the machinery of millenia. The gears move as snails do, with slough.
    But it happens, if you wait. If you’re patient.'

from Clive Barker’s Hellraiser, Vol. 2: Requiem, written by Clive Barker & Christoffer Monfette, publisher: Boom! Studios

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