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13th Mar '16 4:40:31 AM sekkun
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** Granuaile gets really angry if you patronize her.

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** Granuaile gets really angry if you patronize her. Or threaten her dog. Or pollute. Or disagree with anything she says.



** Anyone caught in the effect of Fragarach, the Answerer. It forces them to speak nothing but the truth.

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** Anyone caught in the effect of Fragarach, the Answerer. It forces them to speak nothing but the truth. And to leave nothing out.
22nd Feb '16 7:01:48 PM Eagal
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** Granuaille gets in on the action in ''Staked''. She attacks her step-father's business explicitly out of spite, rationalizing her actions as helping the Earth. She derides Atticus' tendency to resort to violence as "how men solve problems" then goes straight to her step-father's office and beats the crap out of him and several security guards. Despite acknowledging her hypocrisy in attacking him, she continues to beat him up anyway, once again trying to justify it as her striking back against a polluter.
26th Sep '15 9:17:39 PM Eagal
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** The degree to which gods are shaped and empowered by believers is kind of inconsistent. In ''Hammered'', despite apparently having no believers, Perun weather control powers rival Thor's while in Asgard of all places, who is explicitly described as being much stronger because his is still remembered thanks to the Prose and Poetic Eddas. The Morrigan matches Freya effortlessly in ''Two Ravens and One Crow'' and outright kills Vidar in ''Tricked''. In the former case, pretty much the same deal. Goddess of death beats out a goddess who is most frequently conflated with Frigg in modern minds. And in the latter, Vidar directly submitted himself to her sphere of influence by challenging her to a fight.

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** The degree to which gods are shaped and empowered by believers is kind of inconsistent. In ''Hammered'', despite apparently having no believers, Perun weather control powers rival Thor's while in Asgard of all places, who is explicitly described as being much stronger because his is still remembered thanks to the Prose and Poetic Eddas. The Morrigan matches Freya effortlessly in ''Two Ravens and One Crow'' and outright kills Vidar in ''Tricked''. In the former case, it's pretty much the same deal. a case of scale. Goddess of death beats out death, even one that's largely forgotten, would still probably have more power than a goddess who is most frequently conflated with Frigg in modern minds. And in the latter, Vidar directly submitted himself to her sphere of influence by challenging her to a fight.fight over the ownership of a weapon that belonged to the Tuatha de Dannan.
26th Sep '15 9:15:04 PM Eagal
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* NeverMyFault: Atticus usually tries to avoid any responsibility for his actions and only tries to fix things if strong armed. He tries to skip town instead of dealing with the Maenads and only does when pressured to do so by the local coven. He blames the whole Asgard mess on the Norns and Thor only admitting he handled things "poorly" when forced to confront Odin.

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* NeverMyFault: Atticus usually tries to avoid any responsibility for his actions and only tries to fix things if strong armed.strong-armed. He tries to skip town instead of dealing with the Maenads and only does when pressured to do so by the local coven. He blames the whole Asgard mess on the Norns and Thor Thor, only admitting he handled things "poorly" when forced to confront Odin. Odin.
26th Sep '15 4:22:11 PM seekquaze1
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** The degree to which gods are shaped and empowered by believers is kind of inconsistent. In ''Hammered'', despite apparently having no believers, Perun remains a viable fighter compared to the Norse, who are explicitly described as being much stronger because they're still remembered thanks to the Prose and Poetic Eddas. Though Perun never fought any of the "big name" Norse like Odin or Thor, just Skadi. Apparently, even a weakened god of thunder is more than a match for a god of skiing. Similarly, the Morrigan matches Freya effortlessly in ''Two Ravens and One Crow'' and outright kills Vidar in ''Tricked''. In the former case, pretty much the same deal. Goddess of death beats out a goddess who is most frequently conflated with Frigg in modern minds. And in the latter, Vidar directly submitted himself to her sphere of influence by challenging her to a fight.

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** The degree to which gods are shaped and empowered by believers is kind of inconsistent. In ''Hammered'', despite apparently having no believers, Perun remains a viable fighter compared to the Norse, weather control powers rival Thor's while in Asgard of all places, who are is explicitly described as being much stronger because they're his is still remembered thanks to the Prose and Poetic Eddas. Though Perun never fought any of the "big name" Norse like Odin or Thor, just Skadi. Apparently, even a weakened god of thunder is more than a match for a god of skiing. Similarly, the Eddas. The Morrigan matches Freya effortlessly in ''Two Ravens and One Crow'' and outright kills Vidar in ''Tricked''. In the former case, pretty much the same deal. Goddess of death beats out a goddess who is most frequently conflated with Frigg in modern minds. And in the latter, Vidar directly submitted himself to her sphere of influence by challenging her to a fight.
15th Sep '15 10:23:17 AM Eagal
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** The degree to which gods are shaped and empowered by believers is kind of inconsistent. In ''Hammered'', despite apparently having no believers, Perun remains a viable fighter compared to the Norse, who are explicitly described as being much stronger because they're still remembered thanks to the Prose and Poetic Eddas. Similarly, the Morrigan matches Freya effortlessly in ''Two Ravens and One Crow'' and outright kills Vidar in ''Tricked''.

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** The degree to which gods are shaped and empowered by believers is kind of inconsistent. In ''Hammered'', despite apparently having no believers, Perun remains a viable fighter compared to the Norse, who are explicitly described as being much stronger because they're still remembered thanks to the Prose and Poetic Eddas. Though Perun never fought any of the "big name" Norse like Odin or Thor, just Skadi. Apparently, even a weakened god of thunder is more than a match for a god of skiing. Similarly, the Morrigan matches Freya effortlessly in ''Two Ravens and One Crow'' and outright kills Vidar in ''Tricked''. In the former case, pretty much the same deal. Goddess of death beats out a goddess who is most frequently conflated with Frigg in modern minds. And in the latter, Vidar directly submitted himself to her sphere of influence by challenging her to a fight.
15th Sep '15 10:09:53 AM Eagal
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* ''Staked'' (TBA)

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* ''Staked'' (TBA)(Jan 26, 2016)
13th Sep '15 3:28:58 PM seekquaze1
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Atticus is often an immature, selfish, irresponsible, rude butthole prone to petty abuses of power. But he will sometimes stop truly vile things from happening and can be nice and caring to those close to him.
13th Sep '15 3:25:06 PM seekquaze1
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* NeverMyFault: Atticus usually tries to avoid any responsibility for his actions and only tries to fix things if strong armed. He tries to skip town instead of dealing with the Maenads and only does when pressured to do so by the local coven. He blames the whole Asgard mess on the Norns and Thor only admitting he handled things "poorly" when forced to confront Odin.
6th Apr '15 6:32:26 AM Foxed
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* ''Staked'' (TBA)



* '''TBA'''

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* '''TBA'''
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