Anyways... moving on.Macrovore said:excellent...
All in good time...Macrovore said:*prods BoD to post all proposed regions for discussion and possible voting*
I'll try to do those classes soon, but I've been really busy.Macrovore said:my votes: high magic, high power
finish those classes for me, BoD. I need the variant (non-casting) ranger and paladin, too.
and christmas is a long way away from now, dude. tally votes b4 then (if there are enough)
I think it depends on what you want, a pantheon can be designed based on the people or the people can be designed based on the pantheon.Blade of Desecration said:Question: Should we have someone (or a few people) write up a pantheon (I don't want to use the standard one), or should we just do it on a by-region basis?
Actually, in many settings, deities play a huge part in the nationality. Many governments might be theocracies, and tribal systems often center around religious figures. We'll wait till the actual voting on power and such is decided, but religion is one of the more important aspects of many regions in most CS' (and in real life), so it shouldn't be left till the end.Mr_GrinReaper said:lol >.<
I think that we should decide the mechanics of the setting (geography, who lives where, what people do, etc.) before we decide gods, b/c good gods go good with people who would actually worship them.
(no sane/nonevil/conformist Faerunian land elf would worship the demogorgon)
(unless they were really wierd )