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  • Consequences of nay-theism in scarred lands?

    So in the tvtropes scarred lands article it mentions there are people who don't worship the gods, either because they question whether they're really objectively better than the titans, because they question what standard makes someone a "god," or because they just don't want to worship anyone for whatever reason. It also mentions it's a frowned upon attitude.

    I'm wondering just how frowned upon it is. Is it, people will be twofaced buttmonkey polite to your face frowned upon, people will chase you out of town in big unruly mob with torches and pitchforks frowned upon,...
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    replied to Ragnarok: Odin's Fault?
    I kind of figured it was something like that, but jeez there are so many things wrong with that that I feel dumber just reading it.

    *post customary google search* oh. It was a satirical thing apparently....
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    Last edited by Dragonchild; 05-08-2018, 01:10 AM.

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  • Dragonchild
    replied to Ragnarok: Odin's Fault?
    Well, no, it was supposed to keep him from eating the universe. Notice that his mouth was the part that was bound.

    And I realize keeping things from eating normally kills them after a while, but apparently it doesn't work that way with Fenris since it seems he's going to be alive at ragnarok. In hindsight, maybe my wording shouldn't have been "has to eat."

    And I have never heard of a bonzai kitten....
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    Last edited by Dragonchild; 05-07-2018, 10:37 PM.

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  • Dragonchild
    replied to Ragnarok: Odin's Fault?
    Yeah, the sun, the moon, and Freya. The aesir basically decided that an unreasonable fee demands unreasonable terms and gave him a crazy short time limit. The jotun then begged the use of his horse, and initially they refused but loki was all "oh let him have his horse, what's the harm."

    Dick move on the aesir's part, maybe, but maybe giving the sun, moon, and everyone's favorite bad ass sexy war goddess to one of the beings that represent chaos and destruction would have been worse? (And yes, I do see the irony in the fact that jotuns represent chaos and destruction but...
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  • Dragonchild
    replied to Can Misogi Create a Scion?
    I don't think it works in the rules, but it would totally be something I would use in a game. A human becoming a god by their own dedication, sheer determination, or just being that awesome is one of my favorite ideas ever.
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  • Talks about it in the Inner sea world guide and elves of golarion. Elves do have a kind of naturoethno chameleon thing going on where they become more like they're environment. There's aquatic elves with gills and blue skin and whatnot and there's snowcaster elves that live north and are ivory white....
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    Last edited by Dragonchild; 04-23-2018, 07:37 PM.

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