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MysteriousZorua1994
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01:13:40 AM Apr 18th 2014
I've got another suggestion, and the houses of Technology, Mentalism and Friendship already have at least one god who has connections with this place.

The Grid, Holy Seat of Computer Worlds
Kanjilearner
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04:19:33 PM Mar 25th 2014
edited by 174.61.248.93
I would like to suggest the Amagi Inn from Persona 4 as Holy Seat of Inns, as the Houses of Combat, Family, Food, Frienship, Knowledge, Personality, and Travel all have at least one god who connects to the place in some way.

The Amagi Inn, Holy Seat of Inns

That's all I've got, at least for now.
Misterian
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10:37:39 PM Jan 17th 2014
edited by 67.185.83.28
I'd like to suggest Rapture from Bioshock as the Holy Seat of Underwater Cites.

Here's a Sample portfolio:

Rapture, Holy Seat of Underwater Cities
  • Symbol: a 'Great Chain' Statue.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Porfolio: Underwater City with Biopunk and Dieselpunk elements, False Utopia, being heavily populated with psychos addicted to ADAM, Inferred Holocaust, Vice City, Skyscraper City.
  • Domain: Objectivism, Vanity, Greed, Degradation.
  • Sacred To: Andrew Ryan, Sofia Lamb, Jack Ryan, any and all Splicers, Little Sisters, and Big Daddies.
  • Unholy to: pretty much anyone that the city's 'citizenry' would consider 'parasites', Be it people with strong religious, moral, and/or political beliefs (in other words, the sort of people Andrew Ryan doesn't want to associate with) or anyone that values free will (in other words, anyone Sofia Lamb wants either dead or brainwashed and enslaved into serving her cause.)

That's all I got for now, what do you think?
TPPR10
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03:45:05 AM Jan 16th 2014
edited by 87.95.44.241
I would like to suggest Silent Hill as the Holy Seat of Ghost Towns or Self Inflicted Hells
ChrisX
04:42:27 AM Jan 16th 2014
Do you mind putting a sample portfolio for it?
TPPR10
05:38:18 AM Jan 16th 2014
edited by 87.93.84.205
Sure thing.

Silent Hill, (Un)holy Seat of Ghost Towns and Self Inflicted Hells
  • A lakesite resolt town located somewhere in New England.
  • Symbol: A green sign saying "Welcome to Silent Hill."
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Abandoned Towns what possibly lives, Self-Inflicted Hell, Ominous Fog, Eldritch Location.
  • Domains: Chaos, Monsters, Dark World
  • Sacred to: Pyramid Head. And possibly Roahm Mythril
  • At first glance, Silent Hill might look like an abandoned town covered in heavy fog. However, if you step there (especially if something invites you), it will make your greatest fears come true with monsters and locations.
    • Its the most common place where Pyramid Head wanders around it, being one of its infamous creations. As it can appear even if Silent Hill doesn't find interest in you, its more of a reason to stay away from it.
  • The fog what covers the area has been spectulated to be related to the fog found in Midnight Channel. However, there is no evidence to truly support it.
  • Even though people suggest not to go there, the are still some travel agents what can help you go there. Roahm Mythril knows one and tries to go there every Halloween.
ChrisX
05:40:59 AM Jan 16th 2014
Well this is all right. Didn't we have Pyramid Head on the Pantheon? If yes, make mention of it too.
TPPR10
05:50:45 AM Jan 16th 2014
Made a mention on him as you said. So I guess I will be putting it shortly.
Tehrannotaur
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02:00:29 PM Dec 14th 2013
Since Wretched Hive hasn't been taken, I like to nominate Roanapur.

Roanapur, Holy Seat of Wretched Hives
ChrisX
04:43:13 AM Jan 16th 2014
Hm.... Wretched Hive is a rather negative trope. So I guess you should call it 'Unholy Seat'.
Mikelima777
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11:16:53 AM Jun 20th 2013
edited by 69.172.221.4
Mister Rogers Neighbourhood and the Land of Make Believe Comprises the neighbourhood centred on the house which Mister Rogers used to present his show. The house had a set of toy trolley tracks that has a tunnel that connects the Neighbourhood with The Land of Make-Believe, ruled by King Friday XIII
  • Symbol: A Red Trolley and Various Zip-Up Cardigans
  • Alignment: Ultimate Lawful Good
  • Sacred To: Most of the Internet, ALL of the Pantheon. Even the Joker will not cause trouble in this realm.
  • Bane Towards: Evil. Melkor, Nekron, Anti-Monitor, and other malevolent beings fear being sent here, as the sheer purity of this Realm would annihilate them instantly. Thus, evil can never win, as this realm cannot be conquered.
  • Domains: Good, Imagination, Faith, Nature, Animals, Peace, Serenity
  • Various members of the Pantheon often visit this realm for rest and reflection. Even Asura has been seen with a smile while visiting the Land of Make Believe. Even Batman has been seen with a sincere smile after visiting the Neighbourhood.
ChrisX
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10:18:57 PM Apr 2nd 2013
The world where Eversion take place... what does it called? I'd like to nominate it as the seat for Dark Worlds Covered With Cheery Happiness. (STOP YOUR CHEERY LIES)
Zodiacx3
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07:41:36 AM May 22nd 2012
Monster Island, Camp Crystal Lake, anyone... The Dreamlands? This feels like its missing many different places. lol
Megafighter3
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12:41:49 PM Nov 8th 2011
We need to add Parts Unknown somewhere.
ExplodingFrogs
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03:41:40 PM Mar 30th 2010
The astute troper will note that there are a number of preexisting deities who are locations or even worlds in their own right. However, this is a listing of divine locations, not a new House of gods. The question is, where do we draw the line?

My suggestion is that location-deities that demonstrate intelligence in their series of origin are deities, and thus not eligible for this listing, while those that do not should be reclassified as locations, and moved here. Under this system, Springfield, the Death Star, etc. are locations, while Primus, Unicron, Autochthon, and the like are all gods.
SchizoTechnician
03:50:45 PM Mar 30th 2010
Good thinking; sorry about the slip-up. One thing, though, how do we define "intelligence"? In the Beast section, we have Great A'Tuin, who isn't intelligent by any means, but does have a brain- s/he's just limited to basic animal desires such as need to mate and self-preservation, rather than any form of self-awareness or genuine thought. Where would s/he fall?
NoLimit
03:55:10 PM Mar 30th 2010
Well, being the one who suggested this page in the first place, I agree with your suggestion being non-living settings.

Some other locations I recommend:

The SOS Brigade Clubroom, Holy Seat of Haruhi Suzumiya
  • An average school clubroom located in another dimension
  • Symbol: SOS Dan Logo
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: *insert Portfolio ideas*
  • Domain: *insert Domain ideas*
  • It is not known how to enter this clubroom outside of the SOS Brigade clubmembers, unless one is invited into it. And, after leaving it, he or she can not seem to remember how they did so in the first place.
ExplodingFrogs
04:10:11 PM Mar 30th 2010
IIRC, there's precedent for gods of animal intelligence that aren't location-sized, so there's no real reason to move him/her just because s/he is.
Kulsprutejojjo
02:48:08 AM Apr 7th 2010
edited by Kulsprutejojjo
Got a location that really must be here:

Mordor, land of eternal darkness, fire and brimstone

ExplodingFrogs
10:17:42 AM Apr 7th 2010
edited by ExplodingFrogs
Don't forget to capitalize the title, portfolio and domain list. Otherwise, it looks great.
yamiblade
02:03:35 PM Apr 10th 2010
Which would be a better Holy Seat of Space Stations? The Watchtower or Guardians Colony from PSU?
PMiller1
03:39:27 AM Dec 14th 2010
edited by PMiller1
Gensokyo, The Land of Paradise.

((That is all I can think of))
ChrisX
03:48:41 PM Nov 8th 2011
Actually, Gensokyo is already in, but this is a good information.
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