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* LemonyNarrator: 2E's Shén overview, to reflect the rather casual nature of most Chinese myths.


[[caption-width-right:250:Meet the children of the gods, someday to be gods unto themselves.]]

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** [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] in 2e. The Teōtl are reworked to be far more altruistic, and their signature Purview is about ''repaying'' their sacrifices. They're still not ''nice'', but compared to 1e, it's more JerkWithAHeartOfGold.



* LonelyAtTheTop: Can be applicable in this setting, once a PC reaches apotheosis (considering that you'll be very much a junior deity in your pantheon, and your contact with your Band-mates from other pantheons may become very limited). Indeed, the signature characters seem to be suffering from this in the opening fiction from 1e's ''God'' (Horace is chafing in the celestial equivalent of a desk job, Donnie and Yukiko are essentially glorified errand boys (well, errand ''girl'' in Yukiko's case) for their parents, and Dr. Tigrillo finds himself philosophically isolated from most of the other Atzlanti. Only Eric and Brigitte seem to be really fitting into godhood comfortably).

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* LonelyAtTheTop: Can be applicable in this setting, once a PC reaches apotheosis (considering that you'll be very much a junior deity in your pantheon, and your contact with your Band-mates from other pantheons may become very limited). Indeed, the signature characters seem to be suffering from this in the opening fiction from 1e's ''God'' (Horace ''God'': Horace is chafing in the celestial equivalent of a desk job, Donnie and Yukiko are essentially glorified errand boys (well, errand ''girl'' in Yukiko's case) for their parents, and Dr. Tigrillo finds himself philosophically isolated from most of the other Atzlanti. Only Eric and Brigitte seem to be really fitting into godhood comfortably).comfortably.


* PrecisionFStrike: In 2e's ''Hero'' book, it's noted that despite what [[Literature/{{Ramayana}} Rama]] suspected, Sita's virginity was indisputable, "not that it should fucking matter".

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* PrecisionFStrike: In 2e's ''Hero'' book, it's noted that despite what [[Literature/{{Ramayana}} Rama]] suspected, Sita's virginity was indisputable, "not "[[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped not that it should fucking matter".matter]]".

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* PrecisionFStrike: In 2e's ''Hero'' book, it's noted that despite what [[Literature/{{Ramayana}} Rama]] suspected, Sita's virginity was indisputable, "not that it should fucking matter".

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* AscendedExtra: Quite literally--Xochiquetzal was first introduced in ''Scion: Extras'' as one of the [[JokeCharacter joke gods]], and was promoted to a full-time member of the Teōtl in 2e.


* DoesNotLikeMen: Amazons, available as antagonists or Followers (only for female Scions) are described in the [=1e=] Hero book as "[[BiTheWay bisexual]] misandrists." They view men, even male Scions, as ''at best'' [[EnemyMine temporary allies against a great threat]], and more typically as just glorified sperm donors to help make more Amazons. This might be a one-night stand or becoming a full-blown BreedingSlave, pumping babies into as many Amazons as possible before the poor guy's virility is worn out. [[DistractedByTheSexy Some don't consider this to be that bad a fate, though.]]

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* DoesNotLikeMen: Amazons, available as antagonists or Followers (only for female Scions) are described in the [=1e=] Hero book as "[[BiTheWay bisexual]] "bisexual misandrists." They view men, even male Scions, as ''at best'' [[EnemyMine temporary allies against a great threat]], and more typically as just glorified sperm donors to help make more Amazons. This might be a one-night stand or becoming a full-blown BreedingSlave, pumping babies into as many Amazons as possible before the poor guy's virility is worn out. [[DistractedByTheSexy Some don't consider this to be that bad a fate, though.]]

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*** And even that's averted in 2e, which paints Miclantecuhtli--and the Teōtl as a whole--in a much better light.


* EvilVirtues: ''Almost'' literally named. Unlike the other gods and Scions, who have Virtues such as Honor, Expression, Duty, etc., titanspawn and the Titans have Dark Virtues - [[AmbitionIsEvil Ambition]], [[ThePowerOfHate Malice]], [[{{Greed}} Rapacity]], and [[TheOnlyRighteousIndexOfFanatics Zealotry]].

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* EvilVirtues: ''Almost'' literally named. Unlike the other gods and Scions, who have Virtues such as Honor, Expression, Duty, etc., titanspawn and the Titans have Dark Virtues - [[AmbitionIsEvil Ambition]], [[ThePowerOfHate Malice]], [[{{Greed}} Rapacity]], and [[TheOnlyRighteousIndexOfFanatics Zealotry]]. Zealotry]] (in 1e) and Fecundity, Rapacity, Dominance, and Submission (in 2e).


* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever:
** A common type of Titanspawn foe faced by Scions are Nemean animals; regular animals infused with the power of Titans and grown to massive sizes, maybe twice or even ten times as big and with supernally tough hides. They can be any mundane animal, from the iconic lions to hogs, worms or sharks, and if killed, their hides can be skinned and forged into equally-tough armor for Scions. And then there are Typhonian animals, which can be ''hundreds'' of times bigger and be a comparable threat to the gods.
** And then there are giants. [[OurGiantsAreBigger All kinds of giants: frost, fire, cyclops, oni, Daidara-bocchi...]]



** The Titans. They not only are free of any human shaping, making them [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm hard for the human mind to comprehend]], but they also [[RealityWarper shape reality simply by existing]]. The one that most stands out, however, is Hundun - Chaos. Unlike other Titans, it can't be defined in any way. Canonically, it is one of two Greater Titans that never got imprisoned nor submitted to the gods. The other was Vritra, Titan of Drought, but while Vritra avoided imprisonment by shrinking until they couldn't find it, Hundun simply can't be imprisoned. Fortunately, it can't define ''itself'', so it's not very proactive.

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** The Titans. They not only are free of any human shaping, making them [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm hard for the human mind to comprehend]], but they also [[RealityWarper shape reality simply by existing]]. The one that most stands out, however, is Hundun - Chaos. Unlike other Titans, it can't be defined in any way. Canonically, it is one of two Greater Titans that never got imprisoned nor submitted to the gods. The other was Vritra, Titan of Drought, but while Vritra avoided imprisonment by shrinking until they couldn't find it, Hundun simply can't be imprisoned. Fortunately, it can't define ''itself'', so it's not very proactive.proactive and doesn't have Avatars like the other Titans.


* MultipleChoicePast: What the entire setting basically becomes in 2e, with no attempt made to reconcile the different mythologies and have a central backstory for everything. Which creation myths are true? All of them. None of them. If you ask the gods, they'll just say they're right and everyone else is wrong out of simple pride.

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* MultipleChoicePast: What the entire setting basically becomes in 2e, with no attempt made to reconcile the different mythologies and have a central backstory for everything.everything anymore. Which creation myths are true? All of them. None of them. If you ask the gods, they'll just say they're right and everyone else is wrong out of simple pride.

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* MultipleChoicePast: What the entire setting basically becomes in 2e, with no attempt made to reconcile the different mythologies and have a central backstory for everything. Which creation myths are true? All of them. None of them. If you ask the gods, they'll just say they're right and everyone else is wrong out of simple pride.


* CorruptChurch: Monotheism as a religious concept is portrayed this way in first edition, born of a Titan-worshipping servant of Akhetaten's attempts to try and use Deific Fatebinding to destroy the Gods. However, even if this is the true secret origin of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, it's emphatically stated that they don't ''know that'' - even the Order of Divine Glory, the true secret cult at the heart of things, is not only regarded by the mainstream churches as just a particularly eccentric group of missionaries, but actually believes its own doctrine, to the point it's noted it would probably execute its own inner circle as heretics for admitting that there really are other Gods besides God Himself.

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Monotheism as a religious concept is portrayed this way in first edition, born of a Titan-worshipping servant of Akhetaten's attempts to try and use Deific Fatebinding to destroy the Gods. However, even if this is the true secret origin of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, it's emphatically stated that they don't ''know that'' - even the Order of Divine Glory, the true secret cult at the heart of things, is not only regarded by the mainstream churches as just a particularly eccentric group of missionaries, but actually believes its own doctrine, to the point it's noted it would probably execute its own inner circle as heretics for admitting that there really are other Gods besides God Himself.


** AMythologyIsTrue: The campaign of ''Ragnarok'' assumes a setting in which only Norse mythology is true.



* AntiVillain: Out of the six sample "evil" Scions in first edition, only two - [[BigBad Kane Taoka]] and Seth Farrow - are truly nasty. Sly's a pawn, Orlanda's a victim of LoveMakesYouEvil, Marie's just egotistical (and pulls a HeelFaceTurn in ''God''), and Victor's just following orders (he ''is'' a soldier).

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* AntiVillain: AMythologyIsTrue: The campaign of ''Ragnarok'' assumes a setting in which only Norse mythology is true.
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Out of the six sample "evil" Scions in first edition, only two - [[BigBad Kane Taoka]] and Seth Farrow - are truly nasty. Sly's a pawn, Orlanda's a victim of LoveMakesYouEvil, Marie's just egotistical (and pulls a HeelFaceTurn in ''God''), and Victor's just following orders (he ''is'' a soldier).



* ArmyOfTheAges: The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einherjar Einherjar]] warriors that show up in modern times come from the 18th century through the mid-1970s, outfitted in whatever gear they had on them when they "died".

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The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einherjar Einherjar]] warriors that show up in modern times come from the 18th century through the mid-1970s, outfitted in whatever gear they had on them when they "died".



* CrossoverCosmology: Inherent in the very premise. First edition's rulebook has the pantheons of six different cultures. 1e ''Companion'' adds three more and hints of other pantheons in the distance.
** As well as one in a PDF supplement and one in a supplement released (so far) [[NoExportForYou only in French]].
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Inherent in the very premise. First edition's rulebook has the pantheons of six different cultures. 1e ''Companion'' adds three more and hints of other pantheons in the distance.
** As well as one in a PDF supplement and one in a supplement released (so far) [[NoExportForYou only in French]].
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French]]. Not to mention all the fan-produced writeups.



* DarkIsNotEvil: A given PlayerCharacter may be the child of one or the other death gods if the player so chooses, which will make him/her pretty dark, but not evil.

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A given PlayerCharacter may be the child of one or the other death gods if the player so chooses, which will make him/her pretty dark, but not evil.



* DeusExMachina: Weaponized in the Magic purview. Played with in that Fate can intervene in any way it sees fit (whether the drowning Scion is saved by a pod of dolphins or a mortal Boy Scout)

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Weaponized in the Magic purview. Played with in that Fate can intervene in any way it sees fit (whether the drowning Scion is saved by a pod of dolphins or a mortal Boy Scout)



* DevilButNoGod: In first edition, the various Gods and Titans are all eventually killable making them simply more powerful forms of mortal life. There is a Titan imitating God, but God as a Supreme Being and Creator of All does not appear. The closest you get is Fate itself, but that is controlled by mortals. There are a fair number of beings that appear to be Christian but are actually divine identity hijackers (which is an easy way of gaining legend and power). There is mention that Jehovah actually existed but promptly disappeared and was replaced by Aten [[GodIsEvil who is a frickin Titan]]. Pan has taken on the role of Lucifer and because of fatebinding actually [[TheDarkSide BECAME demonic]]. Then again, it's not as if TheDevil is present in the setting either.

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In first edition, the various Gods and Titans are all eventually killable making them simply more powerful forms of mortal life. There is a Titan imitating God, but God as a Supreme Being and Creator of All does not appear. The closest you get is Fate itself, but that is controlled by mortals. There are a fair number of beings that appear to be Christian but are actually divine identity hijackers (which is an easy way of gaining legend and power). There is mention that Jehovah actually existed but promptly disappeared and was replaced by Aten [[GodIsEvil who is a frickin Titan]]. Pan has taken on the role of Lucifer and because of fatebinding actually [[TheDarkSide BECAME demonic]]. Then again, it's not as if TheDevil is present in the setting either.



* EldritchAbomination: The Titans. They not only are free of any human shaping, making them [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm hard for the human mind to comprehend]], but they also [[RealityWarper shape reality simply by existing]]. The one that most stands out, however, is Hundun - Chaos. Unlike other Titans, it can't be defined in any way. Canonically, it is one of two Greater Titans that never got imprisoned nor submitted to the gods. The other was Vritra, Titan of Drought, but while Vritra avoided imprisonment by shrinking until they couldn't find it, Hundun simply can't be imprisoned. Fortunately, it can't define ''itself'', so it's not very proactive.

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The Titans. They not only are free of any human shaping, making them [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm hard for the human mind to comprehend]], but they also [[RealityWarper shape reality simply by existing]]. The one that most stands out, however, is Hundun - Chaos. Unlike other Titans, it can't be defined in any way. Canonically, it is one of two Greater Titans that never got imprisoned nor submitted to the gods. The other was Vritra, Titan of Drought, but while Vritra avoided imprisonment by shrinking until they couldn't find it, Hundun simply can't be imprisoned. Fortunately, it can't define ''itself'', so it's not very proactive.



* EvenEvilHasStandards: The 1e ''Companion'' takes pains to note that, though Loki did arrange the rise of Hitler in Germany as part of his plan to avert Ragnarok, he had no knowledge whatsoever of the Holocaust, and (along with the rest of the Aesir) takes great pains to punish those responsible, even in death.

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The 1e ''Companion'' takes pains to note that, though Loki did arrange the rise of Hitler in Germany as part of his plan to avert Ragnarok, he had no knowledge whatsoever of the Holocaust, and (along with the rest of the Aesir) takes great pains to punish those responsible, even in death.



* EverybodyHatesHades: Averted - Hades is probably the god with the least amount of issues in his pantheon (though he's not happy about the [[PlutoIsExpendable ex-planet Pluto]]'s demotion). The other death gods largely get a fair shake as well.

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Averted - Hades is probably the god with the least amount of issues in his pantheon (though he's not happy about the [[PlutoIsExpendable ex-planet Pluto]]'s demotion). The other death gods largely get a fair shake as well.



%%* FaceHeelTurn: However, sufficiently slighted gods can turn themselves over to the Titans as well.



* GlorifiedSpermDonor: Scion reactions to learning they have divine parentage are... mixed. Among 1e's sample characters, Kane actively hates his divine mother and Donnie is disgusted with his, while the others tend to be more "I wish they'd respect me more, but eh."

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Scion reactions to learning they have divine parentage are... mixed. Among 1e's sample characters, Kane actively hates his divine mother and Donnie is disgusted with his, while the others tend to be more "I wish they'd respect me more, but eh."



* GodIsEvil: In first edition, the closest thing to the Abrahamic {{God}} to be found in the setting is Akhetaten, the Titan of Light, and it would appear that anything genuinely good to be found in the Judeo-Christian-Islamic religions stems from ''misinterpretation'' of his attempts to rule everything.

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In first edition, the closest thing to the Abrahamic {{God}} to be found in the setting is Akhetaten, the Titan of Light, and it would appear that anything genuinely good to be found in the Judeo-Christian-Islamic religions stems from ''misinterpretation'' of his attempts to rule everything.



* TheGodsMustBeLazy: They do tend to leave their children to sort things out on their own.
** And justified; it's stated in 1e's God that the Gods have their hands full holding the Titans at bay in the Overworld, and just performing the Visitations for their new Scions is risky both because the Gods have to power down and become weaker to enter the World without incurring Fate's unwanted and undivided attention, making them vulnerable to Titanspawn, and because it takes them away from the main front of the war that is implied not to be going well.

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* TheGodsMustBeLazy: They do tend to leave their children to sort things out on their own.
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own. And justified; it's stated in 1e's God that the Gods have their hands full holding the Titans at bay in the Overworld, and just performing the Visitations for their new Scions is risky both because the Gods have to power down and become weaker to enter the World without incurring Fate's unwanted and undivided attention, making them vulnerable to Titanspawn, and because it takes them away from the main front of the war that is implied not to be going well.



** FaceHeelTurn: However, sufficiently slighted gods can turn themselves over to the Titans as well.



* JerkassGods: Given the base material, it's not surprising Scion has a lot of these - or that a player can become one of these. Special notation must go to Poseidon, who actually gets a new level of JerkAss given to him by the revelation of how the Minotaur'''s''' were made in this setting.

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Given the base material, it's not surprising Scion has a lot of these - or that a player can become one of these. Special notation must go to Poseidon, who actually gets a new level of JerkAss given to him by the revelation of how the Minotaur'''s''' were made in this setting.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Kill Surtr? Congratulations, now fire is completely uncontrollable! Kill Gaia? Watch the World wither and die! Kill Aten? Hope you like ''eternal, endless night!'' Okay, the series never gets specific, but there's a ''reason'' the Gods [[SealedEvilInACan sealed the Titans away]] rather than just killing them. The one time they did, they killed Ymir and ended the Ice Age... which then spawned TheGreatFlood.

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Kill Surtr? Congratulations, now fire is completely uncontrollable! Kill Gaia? Watch the World wither and die! Kill Aten? Hope you like ''eternal, endless night!'' Okay, the series never gets specific, but there's a ''reason'' the Gods [[SealedEvilInACan sealed the Titans away]] rather than just killing them. The one time they did, they killed Ymir and ended the Ice Age... which then spawned TheGreatFlood.



* RequiredSecondaryPowers: In first edition, the first dot in each Purview is usually something completely innocuous on its face, but which you will dearly wish you'd picked up if you try using one of the more advanced powers without it.

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In first edition, the first dot in each Purview is usually something completely innocuous on its face, but which you will dearly wish you'd picked up if you try using one of the more advanced powers without it.



* SadlyMythtaken: Done deliberately with the Hands of Aten - Thoth classifies the weakest type as Cherubim, despite that being the second-highest rank in tradition, because ''humanity'' keeps getting it wrong.

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Done deliberately with the Hands of Aten - Thoth classifies the weakest type as Cherubim, despite that being the second-highest rank in tradition, because ''humanity'' keeps getting it wrong.



* ScrewDestiny: Played straight and subverted. The Scions, being the spawn of the gods, are no longer bound by fate's script. Subverted in that when you do use your god-given powers you run the risk of fate doing a rewrite and forcing some mortal nearby to become your sidekick, and from now on they will show up where you are for no discernable reason and feel some emotion towards you, again that they can't quite understand. Subverted even harder with the gods themselves as the reason why Zeus doesn't appear in front of mortals or Osiris doesn't show up in Egypt. Get too close to mortals and they get stuck in fate and have to follow the script.

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Played straight and subverted. The Scions, being the spawn of the gods, are no longer bound by fate's script. Subverted in that when you do use your god-given powers you run the risk of fate doing a rewrite and forcing some mortal nearby to become your sidekick, and from now on they will show up where you are for no discernable reason and feel some emotion towards you, again that they can't quite understand. Subverted even harder with the gods themselves as the reason why Zeus doesn't appear in front of mortals or Osiris doesn't show up in Egypt. Get too close to mortals and they get stuck in fate and have to follow the script.



*** And if you are a mortal who happens to have ''really'' pissed off Fate in some way, it may retaliate and [[BlessedWithSuck gift]] you the power of [[TheCassandra Doomsaying]]-not not only are you instinctively aware of everything bad that's Fated to happen, listening to you ''[[CharmPerson hypnotizes people into guaranteeing it happens]]''.

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*** ** And if you are a mortal who happens to have ''really'' pissed off Fate in some way, it may retaliate and [[BlessedWithSuck gift]] you the power of [[TheCassandra Doomsaying]]-not not only are you instinctively aware of everything bad that's Fated to happen, listening to you ''[[CharmPerson hypnotizes people into guaranteeing it happens]]''.



* ShoutOut: "When your character is incapable of taking action, because he is unconscious, paralyzed, ''[[Franchise/StarWars frozen in carbonite]]'' or whatever . . ."

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"When your character is incapable of taking action, because he is unconscious, paralyzed, ''[[Franchise/StarWars frozen in carbonite]]'' or whatever . . ."



** [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor "I thought Thor was a blond."]]

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"I thought Thor was a blond."]]



* TakeThat: In ''Ragnarok'', the game discusses alternate ways to cue Fimbulwinter rather than the default meteor strike. The title of the sidebar is "But ''Film/{{Armageddon}}'' Sucked".

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In ''Ragnarok'', the game discusses alternate ways to cue Fimbulwinter rather than the default meteor strike. The title of the sidebar is "But ''Film/{{Armageddon}}'' Sucked".



* TheThingThatWouldNotLeave: Raiden is prone to pulling this when adopting the guise of a college student.

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Raiden is prone to pulling this when adopting the guise of a college student.



* TricksterGod: First edition ''Hero'' offers Loki, Odin, Baron Samedi, Hermes and Susano-o.

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First edition ''Hero'' offers Loki, Odin, Baron Samedi, Hermes and Susano-o.



*** And the 1e Companion adds Manannan mac Lir, Nezha, [[Literature/JourneyToTheWest Sun Wukong]], and Br'er Rabbit to the mix. In fact, it's heavily implied that Br'er Rabbit ''is'' Coyote, under an alias.

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*** ** And the 1e Companion adds Manannan mac Lir, Nezha, [[Literature/JourneyToTheWest Sun Wukong]], and Br'er Rabbit to the mix. In fact, it's heavily implied that Br'er Rabbit ''is'' Coyote, under an alias.



* TwoFaced: Hel. She's stunningly beautiful on one side, and very obviously a corpse on the other.

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Hel. She's stunningly beautiful on one side, and very obviously a corpse on the other.



*** Most of the time. They were all agreeing upon that half her body was dead. Now, there was argument if the split was vertical, leaving her left side dead, or horizontal, leaving her dead from the waist down.
* ValuesDissonance: In-universe, it's noted that gods of one pantheon often don't get on with another pantheon because of their very different views of the world (the highly law and discipline-focused Pesedjet or Amatsukami compared to the wilder, more chaotic Aesir or Tuatha, for example). Even individual gods can have values dissonance from their fellows depending on how they prioritize their Virtues.

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*** ** Most of the time. They were all agreeing upon that half her body was dead. Now, there was argument if the split was vertical, leaving her left side dead, or horizontal, leaving her dead from the waist down.
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In-universe, it's noted that gods of one pantheon often don't get on with another pantheon because of their very different views of the world (the highly law and discipline-focused Pesedjet or Amatsukami compared to the wilder, more chaotic Aesir or Tuatha, for example). Even individual gods can have values dissonance from their fellows depending on how they prioritize their Virtues.



* {{You Cant Fight Fate}}: A major aspect of the game world, and suitably represented in the rules. One of the biggest headaches the Gods (and their children) have to suffer through is figuring out how to make a difference in the world without being Fatebound into a metaphorical (or in some unlucky cases, literal) brick wall.

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A major aspect of the game world, and suitably represented in the rules. One of the biggest headaches the Gods (and their children) have to suffer through is figuring out how to make a difference in the world without being Fatebound into a metaphorical (or in some unlucky cases, literal) brick wall.


* {{BFG}}: Giantbane, the huge revolver that's the WeaponOfChoice of pregen character Eric Donner (both editions), "with a barrel as long and as thick around as the forearm of hte Scion who wields it."

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* {{BFG}}: Giantbane, the huge revolver that's the WeaponOfChoice of pregen character Eric Donner (both editions), "with a barrel as long and as thick around as the forearm of hte the Scion who wields it."

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