History TearJerker / SmallGods

20th Oct '15 3:14:24 PM LBHills
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* The Small God whom Om speaks to in the desert. All it can do is to recite a disjointed MadnessMantra about its former glory, but it no longer knows its own name. And Om would have ended up exactly like it, if not for Brutha.

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* The Small God whom Om speaks to in the desert. All it can do is to recite a disjointed MadnessMantra about its former glory, but it no longer knows its own name. And Om would have ended up exactly like it, if not for Brutha.Brutha.
** It's implied that ''all'' gods end up like this. Forgotten forever, but remembering - and driven away from any new sources of belief by the envious proto-gods. Mortals have it easy.
22nd Sep '13 10:32:03 PM Rotpar
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* Brutha's death (of extreme old age), where he meets Death at the beginning of the desert crossing, then discovers that [[spoiler:TautologicalTemplar Vorbis]] has spent the entire hundred years since his own death[[note]]though, as Death notes, '''[[AC:time is different there. More personal. A hundred years can pass like infinity'''.[[/note]] cowering there, too afraid to move or pass on, trapped in an IronicHell entirely fitting his vile deeds. Even ''Death'' offers the opinion that he's getting what he deserves. But Brutha feels otherwise, [[spoiler: taking his enemy's hand to guide him across the last desert.]]

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* Brutha's death (of extreme old age), where he meets Death at the beginning of the desert crossing, then discovers that [[spoiler:TautologicalTemplar Vorbis]] has spent the entire hundred years since his own death[[note]]though, as Death notes, '''[[AC:time is different there. More personal. A hundred years can pass like infinity'''.infinity]]'''.[[/note]] cowering there, too afraid to move or pass on, trapped in an IronicHell entirely fitting his vile deeds. Even ''Death'' offers the opinion that he's getting what he deserves. But Brutha feels otherwise, [[spoiler: taking his enemy's hand to guide him across the last desert.]]desert]].
22nd Sep '13 10:29:40 PM Rotpar
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* Brutha's death (of extreme old age), where he meets Death at the beginning of the desert crossing, then discovers that [[spoiler:TautologicalTemplar Vorbis]] has spent the entire hundred years since his own death[[note]]though, as Death notes, '''[[AC:time is different there. More personal. A hundred years can pass like infinity.[[/note]]''' cowering there, too afraid to move or pass on, trapped in an IronicHell entirely fitting his vile deeds. Even ''Death'' offers the opinion that he's getting what he deserves. But Brutha feels otherwise, [[spoiler: taking his enemy's hand to guide him across the last desert.]]

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* Brutha's death (of extreme old age), where he meets Death at the beginning of the desert crossing, then discovers that [[spoiler:TautologicalTemplar Vorbis]] has spent the entire hundred years since his own death[[note]]though, as Death notes, '''[[AC:time is different there. More personal. A hundred years can pass like infinity.[[/note]]''' infinity'''.[[/note]] cowering there, too afraid to move or pass on, trapped in an IronicHell entirely fitting his vile deeds. Even ''Death'' offers the opinion that he's getting what he deserves. But Brutha feels otherwise, [[spoiler: taking his enemy's hand to guide him across the last desert.]]
22nd Sep '13 10:28:56 PM Rotpar
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* Brutha's death (of extreme old age), where he meets Death at the beginning of the desert crossing, then discovers that [[spoiler:TautologicalTemplar Vorbis]] has spent the entire hundred years since his own death[[hottip:*:though, as Death notes, '''[[AC:time is different there. More personal. A hundred years can pass like infinity.]]''' cowering there, too afraid to move or pass on, trapped in an IronicHell entirely fitting his vile deeds. Even ''Death'' offers the opinion that he's getting what he deserves. But Brutha feels otherwise, [[spoiler: taking his enemy's hand to guide him across the last desert.]]

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* Brutha's death (of extreme old age), where he meets Death at the beginning of the desert crossing, then discovers that [[spoiler:TautologicalTemplar Vorbis]] has spent the entire hundred years since his own death[[hottip:*:though, death[[note]]though, as Death notes, '''[[AC:time is different there. More personal. A hundred years can pass like infinity.]]''' [[/note]]''' cowering there, too afraid to move or pass on, trapped in an IronicHell entirely fitting his vile deeds. Even ''Death'' offers the opinion that he's getting what he deserves. But Brutha feels otherwise, [[spoiler: taking his enemy's hand to guide him across the last desert.]]
17th Sep '13 9:06:38 PM CassandraLeo
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* Brutha's death (of extreme old age), where he meets Death at the beginning of the desert crossing, then discovers that [[spoiler:TautologicalTemplar Vorbis]] has spent the entire hundred years since his own death[[hottip:*:though, as Death notes, '''[[AC:time is different there. More personal. A hundred years can pass like infinity.]]''']] cowering there, too afraid to move or pass on, trapped in an IronicHell entirely fitting his vile deeds. Even ''Death'' offers the opinion that he's getting what he deserves. But Brutha feels otherwise, [[spoiler: taking his enemy's hand to guide him across the last desert.]]

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* Brutha's death (of extreme old age), where he meets Death at the beginning of the desert crossing, then discovers that [[spoiler:TautologicalTemplar Vorbis]] has spent the entire hundred years since his own death[[hottip:*:though, as Death notes, '''[[AC:time is different there. More personal. A hundred years can pass like infinity.]]''']] ]]''' cowering there, too afraid to move or pass on, trapped in an IronicHell entirely fitting his vile deeds. Even ''Death'' offers the opinion that he's getting what he deserves. But Brutha feels otherwise, [[spoiler: taking his enemy's hand to guide him across the last desert.]]
17th Sep '13 9:06:26 PM CassandraLeo
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* Brutha's death (of extreme old age), where he meets Death at the beginning of the desert crossing, then discovers that [[spoiler:TautologicalTemplar Vorbis]] has spent the entire hundred years since his own death cowering there, too afraid to move or pass on, trapped in an IronicHell entirely fitting his vile deeds. Even ''Death'' offers the opinion that he's getting what he deserves. But Brutha feels otherwise, [[spoiler: taking his enemy's hand to guide him across the last desert.]]

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* Brutha's death (of extreme old age), where he meets Death at the beginning of the desert crossing, then discovers that [[spoiler:TautologicalTemplar Vorbis]] has spent the entire hundred years since his own death death[[hottip:*:though, as Death notes, '''[[AC:time is different there. More personal. A hundred years can pass like infinity.]]''']] cowering there, too afraid to move or pass on, trapped in an IronicHell entirely fitting his vile deeds. Even ''Death'' offers the opinion that he's getting what he deserves. But Brutha feels otherwise, [[spoiler: taking his enemy's hand to guide him across the last desert.]]
3rd Jul '13 11:20:34 AM DoktorvonEurotrash
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--> II. Here And Now, You Are Alive.

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--> II. Here And Now, You Are Alive.Alive.
* The Small God whom Om speaks to in the desert. All it can do is to recite a disjointed MadnessMantra about its former glory, but it no longer knows its own name. And Om would have ended up exactly like it, if not for Brutha.
23rd May '13 2:25:52 AM SharleeD
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* All the prayers offered up in the Place by the villagers, who have genuine sorrows to voice, yet can't obtain any relief from them. Not only do they not genuinely believe there's anyone listening, but Om hadn't actually been able to hear the words until he became a tortoise, and he ''can't'' help them once he is one.
28th Jan '13 3:04:39 PM zaogao
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** Also a Crowning Moment of Awesome: one thing everyone agrees about Vorbis is that his superpower -- the real evil that he commits -- is that he makes other people become like him. Most other people, apparently... but not Brutha.
5th Jan '13 8:19:53 PM TwentyTwoSevenths
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