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Jan 11th 2015 at 10:50:17 PM •••

  • The gods that died after going inactive have been permakilled as well.

Why was this removed? ^^

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Jan 14th 2015 at 8:49:17 PM •••

Context:

  • Kill the God: As mentioned above, Yaos is the only active god to have been permakilled. Other Gods "die" from time to time, losing half their maximum essence, but so far have all either revived themselves or have a friend revive them.
    • The gods that died after going inactive have been permakilled as well.

It almost contradicted with the main example, only saved by the word 'active', which implies a different handling for inactive gods. Additionally, the phrase is technically false, as they were not flat out permakilled, but only were "regularly" dead until unexpected things happened. Some of the inactive dead gods are still revivable at the time of writing.

Jan 17th 2015 at 2:22:45 AM •••

There's a difference between 'inactive'/'sealed' and 'dead'. It's possible for an inactive god to be non-permanently dead but no inactive/sealed god is. The statement that all dead inactive gods are permanently dead is true regardless of what might have happened had these "unexpected things" not occurred. Also, permanent death isn't required of a god for them to be subject to Kill the God. Actually, that trope seems like it refers to mortals killing gods rather than gods being killed by other gods. Does this trope even apply here?

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