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  • Manbat
    replied to Religion and Glamour
    The way it was written seem to be that those are the only thresholds there are. But I agree, there is no reason to be, but them it make it look much more ravaging, that even take the same time, has thresholds that are like Create Anger.
    I think I would differentiate them by making the Ravaging something more fast, in order to actually take away the Dreamer Creativity, to push him, like punishing him for his Dreams and his arts, taking up the Glamour from the person. Reverie is about inducing feeling, to help him produce something, to create something, positive or negative. If you need to...
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  • Manbat
    replied to Religion and Glamour
    I agree with zenten too, but the Musing Thresholds dont leave a lot of space to inspire negative feelings. I mean, which Musing Threshold would be better to inspire a Goth Dreamer to write sad poems? Create Calm, Create Hope, Foster Dreams and Help those in Need seems counterproductive to make he feel the depths of sadness ans sorrows he need to produce his Art. Inspire Creativity with a sad loner is even harder. Foster Trust that other people feel the same sadness as him? Create Love so he can feel unrequited? What would you do?
    Am I just not getting it? Is this the wrong thread to be asking...
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  • Manbat
    replied to Religion and Glamour
    Any feeling or inspiration can be Glamour inducing, in the sense of making a Dreamer produce a Glamour filled object, or just reduce the general banality of a person, but in the sense of Reverie, aka producing Glamour, it need some sort of work in real life. Not necessarily tangible, but perceptible and recordable (like a song, poem, sculpture or dance). In the musing threshold is Create Love, but making a person fall in love for another might reduce her banality, in specific, but would not induce more Glamour in the world unless the Dreamer put his hands to work and make a song, a poem, a nice...
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  • Manbat
    replied to Religion and Glamour
    I dont think faith, by itself, could produce Glamour, because Glamour happens when you produce something, when you actually create something Glamour creative and beautiful (even in a sad way) that ties to the Dreaming of the Dreamer. Faith based works of course can, all those Cathedrals, paints, mosaics, and the Whole freaking Vatican, can produce Glamour, but it is not due to their religion imagery or the religion behind it. Is just that religion can be a very powerfull (and rich) fomenter of artistic productions.

    But, as pointed by Shepherd, faith can make you less banal and more...
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    Last edited by Manbat; 07-18-2017, 07:59 AM.

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