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17th Nov '17 9:20:40 AM Prfnoff
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* Creator/DaveBarry wrote a Greek myth parody that featured Bruno, the god of gardens, Vito, the god of fabric, and Denise, the goddess of municipal water supply.

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* Creator/DaveBarry wrote a Greek myth parody that featured Bruno, the god of gardens, Vito, the god of fabric, and Denise, the goddess of municipal water supply.supply, all of them being JerkassGods.
9th Nov '17 3:15:19 PM Orome
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* Creator/DaveBarry wrote a Greek myth parody that featured Bruno, the god of gardens, Vito, the god of fabric, and Denise, the goddess of municipal water supply.
3rd Nov '17 6:22:50 AM MarqFJA
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** One artifact from the splatbook, ''Wonders of the Lost Age'' is a type of prayer stone called a 'Prayer Transceiver Module'
each one being keyed to one specific goddess, whose entire purpose is to receive and relay messages made on that specific stone. She is immensely reliable because she's that desperate to have something to do. Not to mention that the stones have been lost since the Golden Age, making for one terminally bored goddess.

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** One artifact from the splatbook, ''Wonders of the Lost Age'' is a type of prayer stone called a 'Prayer Transceiver Module'
Module', each one being keyed to one specific goddess, whose entire purpose is to receive and relay messages made on that specific stone. She is immensely reliable because she's that desperate to have something to do. Not to mention that the stones have been lost since the Golden Age, making for one terminally bored goddess.
10th Oct '17 2:35:20 PM Woodrobin
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* Shadrak, an alien god of the Diamond Moons of Oghogho (driven mad by being forced to witness the butchering of his pantheon) encountered ''Comicbook/TheMightyThor''. Shadrak variously claimed to be the God of Wine and Waterfalls, the God of Songs and Somersaults, the God of Baubles and Ballerinas, the God of Kittens and Coconuts, and the God of Pancackes and Tambourines. As it turns out, he was [[spoiler: hiding his guilt in designing a god-destroying device by lying about being Shadrak, God of Bombs and Fireballs]]. After his sanity is (partially) restored, he takes on a new role assisting the Lord Librarian (God of Recorded Knowledge) as Shadrak, God of Daffodils and Documentation.
13th Sep '17 2:43:35 PM Fireblood
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* ''WebAnimation/DarkMatter2525'': In "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7jClyinERY God of the Paradox]]", Yahweh was meant to be the God of Pastries (since his major was Culinary Arts).
30th Aug '17 8:35:03 AM allium
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** St. Clare of Assisi, the Patron Saint of [[Wiki/TVTropes Television]].

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** St. Clare of Assisi, the Patron Saint of [[Wiki/TVTropes Television]]. Supposedly when she was too ill to attend Mass, she could see and hear the ceremonies on the wall of her bedroom.
30th Aug '17 1:36:52 AM allium
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*** Siamoprhe, demigoddess of nobility and royalty (and the ''[[ComesGreatResponsibility noblesse oblige]]'' that comes with such status).

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*** Siamoprhe, Siamorphe, demigoddess of nobility and royalty (and the ''[[ComesGreatResponsibility noblesse oblige]]'' that comes with such status).
25th Aug '17 1:10:04 PM CosmicFerret
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* In the tabletop RPG ''{{Exalted}}'', everything has a god. Everything. From concepts like love, taxes, and urban metropolises, to physical places and objects like crop fields and even ''individual rocks''. Generally speaking, gods of concepts and abstracts outrank those of concrete things and places. Gods of thing smaller than say, a large building, tend to not be sentient.

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* In the tabletop RPG ''{{Exalted}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'', everything has a god. Everything. From concepts like love, taxes, and urban metropolises, to physical places and objects like crop fields and even ''individual rocks''. Generally speaking, gods of concepts and abstracts outrank those of concrete things and places. Gods of thing smaller than say, a large building, tend to not be sentient.
8th Aug '17 12:11:53 PM BeerBaron
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** The Magna-Ge, aka "Star Orphans", are et'Ada ("original spirits") who fled Mundus (the mortal plane) along with their "father" Magnus (God of Magic and "architect" of Mundus) during the creation of Mundus. Some of the Magna-Ge seem to govern over or are associated with some unusual, often [[MindScrew mind-bending]] concepts. The commonality between them seems to be that they are all fleeting things, perhaps associated with luck or chance. Examples include synesthesia, the catching of fish, ''burping'', the doom of new ideas, ideas that too quickly come to fruition, and "divide-the-line" wisdom.
4th Aug '17 11:27:20 AM BeerBaron
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** In the old [[HornyVikings Nordic]] pantheon, Stuhn is the "God of Ransom" and is credited with teaching the early Nords how to [[IWantHimAlive take prisoners of war alive for ransom]]. His brother Tsun is the "God of Trials Against Adversity" and stands guard at the Hall of Valor in [[WarriorHeaven Sovngarde]]. The spirits of dead warriors must prove their worthiness to enter in a duel against him. [[spoiler:In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', this is actually a part of the main storyline]].

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** In the old [[HornyVikings Nordic]] pantheon, Stuhn is the "God of Ransom" and is credited with teaching the early Nords how to [[IWantHimAlive [[IWantThemAlive take prisoners of war alive for ransom]]. His brother Tsun is the "God of Trials Against Adversity" and stands guard at the Hall of Valor in [[WarriorHeaven Sovngarde]]. The spirits of dead warriors must prove their worthiness to enter in a duel against him. [[spoiler:In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', this is actually a part of the main storyline]].
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