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    > I like Neil's comments about why the post-Deismaar gods did or did not get
    > "married." Being in a really unfamiliar situation can make a lot of people
    > seek companionship. Kreisha & Belinik either didn't want to do that, couldn't
    > get along, or whatever. [Pun warning] Maybe they just got left out in the
    > cold! 8-)

    Mmm.. she would probably have given him the cold shoulder. S'now way
    to tell what gods get up to in their private lives. Maybe they're not
    all that interested, maybe they spend their time just chilling out.

    John.
    ;-)

    "Once I was a lamb, playing in a green field. Then
    the wolves came. Now I am an eagle and I fly in a
    different universe."
    "And now you kill the lambs," whispered Dardalion.
    "No, priest. No one pays for lambs."
    - David Gemmel, Waylander

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    BIRTHRIGHT] - Deities

    I like Neil's comments about why the post-Deismaar gods did or did not get
    "married." Being in a really unfamiliar situation can make a lot of people
    seek companionship. Kreisha & Belinik either didn't want to do that, couldn't
    get along, or whatever. [Pun warning] Maybe they just got left out in the
    cold! 8-)
    I have enjoyed going through the BoP while working up my KoGD campaign, and
    treid thinking about the Erik-Vani-Lara "family." I noted that Rjurik really
    respect their skalds (bards) and consider them gifted by Erik. I think this
    should read "gifted by Lara," and have spread this to my players, so that the
    skald PC is considered not quite a priestess, but "holy/saintly" in a
    different way than the druid PC. I'm also having fun poisoning their opinions
    against the Haelyn-Nesirie-Cuiraecan family as well.
    On a related note, I look forward to springing some Vos mercenaries on
    them very soon, including a berserker and/or a Belinik battle-priest. They've
    been having an easy time of carving up the skirmishers of the White Witch's
    army so far.

    Lee.

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