Relm’s a little religious, but when gods are known to show up and talk to people through a celestial avatar it’s a lot more common. Then you know when you meet fanatics it’s gonna be really bad. When do we learn more about the gods and what they do? We’ve got a ways to go before we hit those chapters o_o
Relm made me cringe a bit.
Oh jeez a person who barely has even a general idea of the circumstanc and thinks they know the answer. Dam way to close to home. Most likely for everyone.
It’s hard to be an atheist when the actual gods put in a frequent (and quite overt) appearance. It’s like trying not to believe in government. You can try, really really hard, but when “avatars” of the Tax Man comes knocking on your door for tax evasion (among other crimes/issues) no amount of disbelief is going to make them go away.
That is no disbelief that is belief. Belief in cold hard steel.
8-bit Theater has the best atheist in fiction.
ty for the page
oohhhh i don’T know which i hope more
that the goddess actually did something
or some other unknown being has its fingers in the game Q_Q (need more paaageeees)
Yeah, Gods in a “video game” world are cool and all because it feel like they can do and know so much more but….
if you think about it, their purpose can also just be as ordinary as any other NPC. Except they are just “playing” the role of the god. (Yeah i’m a god, i can
do a lot of things…but i’m doing this because…that’s my role!)
Adventurer are the real Gods in those kind of world. Not bound to anything or having any restriction, they shape the world around them, one action at a time.
I’m betting when one of those “Gods” meets Kaylin, he’ll immediately switch the term he refers to himself from “God” to “Developer”.
Why do I get the feeling that Relm’s god is going to turn out to be a player?
I was thinking a lesbian, it would be an even bigger twist.