I voted on the set, not on the pieces. Since I have 23 votes today and nothing new to vote on (HINT), this shall be corrected.
I do like the exprssion of these deities. They are solid write ups without going into tedieous detail. However, there is nothing else to really hang anything else on to this write up. Yes he is disengaged, but what else. Still Like the set, hope to collect them all. Go to Comment
It takes time to get through them all, but they are a good pantheon. At least a sentence on the history/characteristics of the groups would be nice (there is more on history elsewhere), and a note on what exactly are the 'Other Gods'. Go to Comment
I can not believe nobody else voted ont his piece.
In addition to the linked pieces, the rest of the informaiton gives you a great summary of the deities of his world. Not enough here to use them directly, but they can serve as a framework for your own work. Go to Comment
I want to vote but I will hold off to see what kind of updates are done. This is a wonderful, deificefilled submission. There is a lot of possible ideas and content to be added.
But are you going to add a new submission for each deity or add it in like a scroll?
This Elder, young gods one, and young gods two, seem like an actual birth cycled pantheon. The original gods were around for eons and borthed their children, the first generation of gods, the same transpired with this generation... could add a lot of history and flare to this sub. Good job. Go to Comment
There is a bit of a ragnarok element to her, but nonetheless, she is more of an aide-de-camp to a potential doomsday (she doesn't want to destroy Theras. just all the mortal races). The real harbingers are the last two. :) Go to Comment
It is very detailed, and it's well put together, but...
To be perfectly honest? I've seen it all before.
World begins, world gets Big Primal Gods, Big Primal Gods make rest of the universe, Big Primal Gods make More Gods, war involving Gods, Gods make Dudes, Dudes fight a big war for Gods, so on so on. Meh.
But it's still well written, I suppose. Go to Comment
I have to agree with Cheka here. This is a wonderfully detailed submission. I have stopped and read this in sections to gather it all, or at least most of it. This is one of those time memorable ones for me. While not overly epic, it does have enough detail to sate my curiosity. Go to Comment
A small, enchanted chest, 2 feet on a side. It is of some dark wood with fantastical images graved upon it. Worn leather straps act as hinges and a simple toggle keeps it closed. Anything placed within it, with the lid closed, becomes accessible to anyone with one of the other 5 identical chests. Once it is taken out of any one of the 6, the chest is empty again. Perfect for passing messages or small items between widespread groups, such as ships at sea and their ports of call or generals on the field of battle.