Somewhat over three months ago, I requested Dssota's permission to write up a sub inspired by his excellent Sea of Snot submission. Now that I am finally free to do so, I intend to do just that. The basic premise involves a bunchy of displaced frog-people refugees from another realm who were originally taken to the world of men as slaves. Their human captors originally intended to eat them. Fortunately for the amphibians, they were saved by the intervention of a priest who claimed that he recognized their souls. So instead of being destined for the cookpots, they were made to slave away for some church organization as fishermen-serfs in return for their ''spiritual salvation''. A few generations passed and they developed their own unique religion, fusing their ancient tribal gods with an omnipotent human deity. Their new cult now tells them that the greedy and corrupt humans have failed their own god and that as sincere converts, it is up to them to topple the humans and enslave them to ensure their spiritual salvation. With this in mind, they escaped to to Sea of Snot where they have begun to make war upon the ogre ''infidels''. Is this something that 's worth reading? Or has this sort of thing long since been done to death and is now a tiresome cliche that's best avoided? Any and all feedback would be much appreciated.