I rather like this pantheon write-up. My limited exposition to the religions and mythology involved nonwithstanding, it looks inspired. The uniqueness of the first paragraph for each deity addressing their many and sometimes contradicting origins in a hymn was already mentioned, and lends a pretty evocative quality to the whole. In contrast, the current of modernity and contemporary reflection in the text alongside the mythic references has been a charm point in the previewed Scion 2e writing for me, and I'm very fond of it here.

It's got a number of very amusing and appropriate bits,...