I like it. This is a type of submission that every religion should have detailed in some form or another. After all, every religion has it's Larach, it's C.S. Lewis, it's whomever, that influential thinker that changed the way things are considered and thought about. Heck, if you get down to it, Jesus was the 'Larach' of Judaism. An interesting thought. Go to Comment
A great religion post. Whether a polytheistic or monotheistic world, it can be inserted into both without much trouble. I like the implicit connection to another religion - as it is not overly specified what the 'brother' is like, this way both religions can specialise on different worshippers and their needs, and can stay allies. Also offers plenty place for legends of the godly siblings.
I like it, especially the way that Ruth is presented as being a sibling to a god, but not quite one herself. The post does need to have funny characters removed, mainly the / marks where all of the apostrophes are. Go to Comment
Good romp through some religious history that can help and cleric/priest's background. Definately a good hook with the mysterious Temple of Akhtanpet that would be fun to use and which would make this historical treatise on the saint very meaningful to the players. Go to Comment
The Dodge DynaMax is a rare care, coming at exactly the wrong time in history. The End of the muscle car era was nigh, and the market was already filled out with GTOs, Mustangs, Camaros, Chevelles, Novas and a dozen other high performance poor handling vehicles. The DynaMax had a plan to dominate the market with a combination of factory turbochargers and a complex eight speed gearbox. The machine was planned to triumph over the human driver element. What ended up happening was excess costs and mechanical issues saw the turbochargers removed and replaced with a conventional supercharger, and the eight speed transmission ended up being the bane of the car's existence. More DynaMaxes were destroyed or totalled by transmission failures than anything else. The car remains an ugly and ambitious reminder of a day gone by