This is a direct continuation of http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/74520663/ which was itself a direct continuation of http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/74513689/As per where we last left off, shortly after the Trickster God and God of Ice & Winter accidentally released the Scheming Goddess, she got hitched to the God of the Tides and shortly after they had three triplets, the Goddess of the Harvest, Goddess of Mercy & Redemption, and the somehow simultaneously monstrous and hyperfeminine Goddess of Beasts & the Hunt. The Goddess of Mercy & Redemption married the Deity of FIRE and Judgement, giving birth to two children, the Goddess of Thieves & Snakes & Deceit & Medicines/Poisons and the first sign of the pantheon's lineage running thin, the Demigod of Wealth & Commerce. Unfortunately, the Goddess of the Harvest and Goddess of Beasts & the Hunt are unhappy with their arranged marriages, to the sickly God of Pests & Plagues & Dark Magic and the God of the Sky & Storms, respectively.Can you give me a 1d3-2 to see if the Goddess of the Harvest and the God of Pests & Plagues & Dark Magic have any offspring?
Rolled 1 - 2 (1d3 - 2)>>74540969
>>74540969I looked over the posts you made while I was gone in the last thread, (IRL business took a little longer than expected) and see what you mean about the pantheon's web of relationships looking like a clusterfuck. It's only mostly legible to me and I've been analyzing it, so I went and started to draw a thin black border around the lines but realized that'd take four to five times longer than drawing the lines themselves to begin with, so I'm going to wait to do that until the pantheon has run its course or we've at least trickled down to the demigods themselves. How the divine bloodline works, if one parent is five or more generations deep, the odds of Demigodhood are one-in-four, but this doesn't count if the other parent is three-or-less generations deep themselves. The one-in-four odds hold into the sixth and seventh generations but decline into two-in-four at the eighth and ninth generation, which becomes three-in-four at the tenth and eleventh, and then one-in-four odds of it not being a Demigod from then on. If relations are had between a Demigod and a God, the odds of the offspring being a Demigod are increased by one, so if a God of the fourth generation had offspring with a Demigod, they'd be rolling two-in-four odds instead of one-in-four. If Demigods reproduce, there's a five-in-six chance of the offspring being a Demigod, and a one-in-six chance of it being a full God. If the Demigods are two generations deep or more of Demigods, the odds are one-in-eight of Godhood, six-in-eight of Demigodhood, and one-in-eight of the offspring being born a mortal paragon associated with a minor part of one of their parent's domains. The odds of mortality increase by one while Demigodhood lowers each successive generation, 5/2, 4/3, etc. I hope this makes sense, I can make a chart if you want me to elucidate the odds some more there.
>>74541092The Goddess of Harvest failed to yield a bounty from the God of Pests & Plagues & Dark Magic, which is unfortunate. The Goddess of the Harvest is the one opposed to their relationship, so I imagine the God of Pests & Plagues & Dark Magic loves her but is painfully aware he'll never be the robust, strapping farming or nature God she wanted. Tragic. Can you give me another 1d3-2 for the God of the Sky & Storms and the Goddess of Beasts & the Hunt?
Rolled 2 - 2 (1d3 - 2)>>74541277
>>74541358The God of the Sky & Storms and the Goddess of Beasts & the Hunt failed to produce offspring, assuming they tried. The Goddess of Thieves & Deceit & Snakes & Medicines/Poisons is still unmarried, can you give me a 1d7 to see which Deity she ends up with? Keep in mind this is a pool of below thirty individuals over the course of multiple mortal lifetimes, just about tickles me pink that something like two-thirds of the pantheon are Gods, and around a fifth of them born from the elder God of the Forge & Craftsmen's manwhoredom.
Rolled 2 (1d7)>>74541499
>>74541517The Goddess of Thieves & Deceit & Snakes & Medicine/Poisons entered into a relationship with the younger Trickster God, which is awfully fitting. Do you anons think we should rename them the God of Stories & Mischief to better represent the portfolio we decided on? Anyhow, we'll need a 1d4 to figure out the circumstances.
Rolled 3 (1d4)>>74541608This is autism. I'm in you bitch of mother son.
>>74541675Glad to have you anon. Looks like the Goddess of Thieves & Deceit & Snakes & Medicine/Poisons entered into a loving marriage with the younger Trickster God/God of Stories & Mischief. Nice. That gives a +1 bonus to the odds of them having children, so can you give me a 1d3 to determine the number of offspring?
Rolled 1 (1d3)>>74541675i'm glad there are two of us rolling now. watch as i get 3
>>74541819Seems there's just the one. Can you give me a 1d20 for its domain, a 1d6 for its gender/appearance, and a 1d4 for its power? Also, we've gone on about how much the (SLUT) Goddess of Assassins & Poisons & Spiders was a slut, but I have to give credit where it's due, once she got married she hasn't so much as spun a web anywhere but the elder Trickster God.
Rolled 15 (1d20)>>74541877Sweet, I finally caught one of these early.
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>74541877no there are two, i didn't roll that 1d4
Rolled 1 (1d4)>>74541778>loving marriageYou have the quality of marriage on your table. That's my sort of autism. >>74541819Better luck next time. Rollain threads are classic. >>74541877Here, for powah
So, as a mortal, can I do anything in this setting without pissing off one god or another?
>>74541922have sex with your family
>>74541966Even then it depends.With your grandmother? That pisses off the Sun.Out of wedlock? That pisses off the Law-Dragon.
>>74541917>Young (possibly) Adult Female>>74541920>Goddess>>74541905>Pests & Plagues & WitchcraftNice, just like her great-great aunt, I think. Something tells me she's associated with moths and other vermin that are damaging to goods but not so dangerous to humans. Always room for interpretation, but now that we've got another goddess, can you anons roll a 1d6 to see which God she ends up with?
>>74542028i don't think that bastard gets upset at you for extramarital sex, more he just warns you against it. i also don't think the sun would get upset at mortals fucking their own grandmothers. it's just that the moon is his sister/wife
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>74542064here ya go
>>74542104The Goddess of Pests & Plagues & Witchcraft oriented around moths and other vermin that damage mercantile goods ended up marrying the God of the Hearth & Spinning, whose entire ambition begins and ends at weaving textiles to make a house into home. Poetry.Give me a 1d4 to see how they feel about it.
>>74542064>father is the god of Mischief and Storytelling, especially the fairy tales parents tell to children to both entertain and keep them safe>mother is the goddess of ToxicityHow about childhood disease? She gives sickness to children so they may not suffer as adults, and is prayed to to alleviate symptoms.
Rolled 1 (1d4)>>74542175Whut.
>>74542240That makes sense, I'm seeing her as a more benign, idealized folkloric witch goddess, to the elder witch goddess's (apparently) fujoshi baba yaga bent.>>74542257They were forced into an Arranged Marriage, not surprising. Roll 1d4 to see who's unhappy with the current state of things. 1 = God of the Hearth & Spinning, 2 = Goddess of Pests & Plagues & Witchcraft, 3 = The feeling is mutual, 4 = They're both on-board but a Prime/Elder Deity doesn't like it and is trying to sabotage their marriage.
Rolled 1 (1d4)>>74542312
>>74542332The Goddess of Pests & Plagues & Witchcraft keeps trying to him feel better, but her moths keep chewing through his embroidery and he can't hear the loom spinning over her ecstatic cackling and bubbling cauldron and is simply miserable. Give me a 1d3-2 to see if they manage offspring regardless.
>>74542414>*to make him feel betterI meant to say, my attention's slightly split between this thread and the generational list of relationships I'm writing so we can keep track of demigods and whatnot easier.
Rolled 2 - 2 (1d3 - 2)>>745424143
>>74542332>>74542312Poor Loomgod. Fitting really. He's too good for her. He would have given her all the textiles, but not to mothfuck. All of them. Why Shelia why?! Anyway, the irony is fun.>>74542414Looks like one unloved godspawn if I'm guessing correctly.
>>74542440Alas, t'was not meant to be. Time to move onto autoreproduction, starting with the younger God of the Forge & Craftsmen. He'll be the last of the last of his siblings to get married (if he ever will) and his only offspring is the God of Magic & the Law, who was an abomination sprung from the first (but far, faaar from last) act of infidelity in creation. He's got to be feeling his age by now. Give me a 1d6 to see how he reacts, 1 = He stops caring about anything beyond the forge and resolves to focus where his brother could not, 2 = He gets desperate and enters into a series of affairs, either 1d3 or the first to produce offspring, 3 = He decides to make a Demigod, reasoning it to be close enough, 4 = He decides to make multiple (1d4) Demigods, reasoning quantity is a reasonable substitute for quality, 5 = He decides that if he can't marry to beget a child, he'll have to make one (coin-toss) alone/with another elder deity, 6 = He decides there's no need to worry about it, when he could be the grand-uncle to his nephews and nieces his elder brother never was.
>>74542684>*first to produce offspring, whichever comes firstEgad
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>74542684OK
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>74542684>>74542718>coin-tossSo, 1-alone and 2-another?
>>74542718The Younger God of the Forge & Craftsmen resolves to complete the ambition he had made with his brother but which was never to be until now, so long ago. Give me a 1d5 to see which of his siblings he approached.
Rolled 4 (1d5)>>74542786trickster trickster trickster
WAIT-Disregard, >>74542786 I'm a retard,>>74542778Yes anon, a coin-toss, and we've rolled alone. Fitting, if a little bleak.
>>74542802That would have been fitting, but the dice will fall as they may.The Younger God of the Forge & Craftsmen enters into a fell mood, give me a 1d6, 1 = He discovers that the creation of life through artifice alone cannot be done and falls into despair, 2 = He discovers that the creation of life through artifice alone cannot be done and resolves to forge the grandest non-living things he can to compensate, 3 = He pours his blood and tears into the smithing of a mighty, heavens-shaking artifact but it is ultimately, only an artifact, 4 = He dedicates all that he is and even a portion of his own essence, bringing forth a Demigod, 5 = He dedicates all that he is and even a portion of his own essence, defying all expectations to bring forth a true God, 6 = He dedicates all that he is and even a portion of his own essence, again and again, defying all expectations to bring forth 1d4 (coin-toss) Demigods/Gods.
Rolled 3 (1d6)>>74542901May Satan guide my hands to roll a 6.
Rolled 3 (1d6)>>74542901
>>74542901fell mood implies he's going to kill someone and make an artifact with their corpse. strange mood is the general term
>>74542962>>74542968LO, the Younger God of the Forge & Craftsmen did bring forth a masterwork such as has never been seen and may never be seen again, but for its lustre and beauty, it was but a tool. Give me a 1d4 to see how he handles the aftermath, 1 = He falls into the same despair that's afflicted his elder brother, 2 = He resolves to find love elsewhere, 3 = He reasons that a masterwork so glorious is, in a way, alive, and takes pride in it, 4 = He reasons that as wonderful as the masterwork is, its glory pale before the treasure that was before him all along, his family.
Rolled 3 (1d4)>>74543067His family consists of slut siblings, one fujoshi, a slew of bastards, and his own ugly abomination.3
>>74543119He decides that family's overrated compared to the forge, and dedicates his days to the smithing of legendary tools and magnificent works, though none would ever come close to his singular magnum opus. What was the heavens-shaking artifact anyhow?Back to the Pantheon, the God of Ice & Winter is yet to be married despite his efforts, give me a 1d4 to see how he handles that. 1 = He decides to seek an affair, 2 = He seeks love among mortals to produce a Demigod, 3 = He decides he can be complacent as an uncle to his niece, 4 = He attempts to marry the one nearest and dearest to his heart, the Prime Goddess of the Moon
Rolled 2 (1d4)>>74543226
>>74543244He loves the Prime Goddess of the Moon dearly but the winter solstice comes but once a year and is not enough to soothe his weary heart. She understands. Give me a 1d20, a 1d6, and a second 1d6 for the Demigod.
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>74543307
Rolled 16 (1d20)>>74543307ok, but someone else will have to do the d6s
Forgot the pic, after this we'll move onto the affairs and possible Demigods of those unsatisfied with their Arranged Marriages.
>>74543349I gotcha covered, buddy.>>74543342
>>74543369Going to need a second 1d6, my dude
Oh hey, this thread is back.Whats happened so far? Any new gods for me to write fag all over?
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>74543452>>74543369Of fucking course I mistype that.
>>74543469Quite a lot has happened, I'm actually writing a list of events but pic related >>74543360 is where the pantheon's currently at. It's been quite a ride.>>74543342>This Demigod just wanders the Earth in secret.>>74543476>Young (possibly) Adult Male>>74543349>Demigod of Assassins & Poisons & Snakes or SpidersInteresting, but we have a fair few Assassin deities, how do you feel about making them the Demigod of Murder and Wanderers?
>>74543597Actually we only have the one, the original Goddess of Assassins & Poisons & Spiders, the more recent Goddess presides over Thieves & Snakes & Deceit & Medicines/Poisons, but the question still stands. A serial killer born of the God of Ice & Winter, ostracized from the broader pantheon to wander feels fitting, especially given we still don't have a war deity.
>>74543597murder and wanderers is good
>>74543469Snake-poison goddess and Storyteller decided to get married and had themselves the goddess of moths and childhood diseases, who got pushed onto the god of Hearth and Looms. He is not a fan of how she keeps eating the things he weaves.Forgebro the Younger tried to make a kid of his own, but just made some manner of artifact. (To be fair, it is a fantastic piece.)Right now we just made a new deity from the Winter God. >>74543597How about the female governs more stealthy kills (poisons and cutting a man's throat in his sleep), while this new one is over violent death.Assassinations that entail repeated stabbings from a group or crimes of passion and whatnot. Something that would entail ostracism.
>>74543652>>74543688I would've put Violence as well, but that's a very broad domain to give a Demigod of the 5th Generation. I'm not certain the rest of the pantheon cares for the Demigod much, but I doubt he cares. Now we move onto the God of Fire, who's had multiple relations, and is unique in that as far as I'm aware none of them were heterosexual. Give me a 1d4 to see what he does, 1 = He decides if he's not going to marry, he might as well take solace in his domain, by burning things, 2 = He decides he ought to have at least one Demigod and forces himself to follow through, 3 = He attempts to enter a permanent relationship with one of his previous partners, 4 = He decides it's irrelevant, as the Deity of FIRE and Judgement is covering his domain, he might as well sit back and relax.
Rolled 4 (1d4)>>74543976
>>74543976I suppose that makes him a flaming faggot.
>>74544043He figures there's no reason to worry about having children when he hadn't before and already has a child, so he spends his days grilling instead.The God of the Sky & Storms/Firmament never married and while he's the grandfather of three children, their mother was born from a scheme to overthrow the Prime God of the Sun that went flat and is no longer salvageable, considering what the Prime God of the Sun and his co-conspirator have done. Give me a 1d4 to see how he handles it, 1 = He decides to focus on his work and leave it to the rest of the pantheon, 2 = He has an existential crisis and attempts to sire a Demigod, 3 = He has an existential crisis and enters an affair with a goddess, 4 = He decides to wait and bide his time, considering his father and reasoning it's better he risk not having children at all than doing it outside the boundaries of wedlock
Rolled 3 (1d4)Oh snap, I'm late! Won't be able to roll often, but was in other thread. What menagerie have we conducted now?
>>74544331Thank you.Also>>74544299. Oops he did it again..
Alrighty, I've written a complete chronology of events in pastebin, though I haven't smoothed out the generations yet, it's all there and tracked for time.>https://pastebin.com/VhkudvsB>>74544299Not too much, younger God of the Forge & Craftsmen had an existential crisis after realizing he still wasn't married and attempted to forge life but only managed a heavens-shaking artifact, the God of Ice & Winter laid with a mortal to produce a Demigod of Murder & Wanderers, oh, and the God of the Hearth & Spinning was forced into an arranged marriage he never asked for with the younger Goddess of Pests & Plagues & Witchcraft, whose moths keep eating his embroidery and making him miserable. Incidentally, the God of the Sky & Storms, the one born from the God of Magic & the Law, has had an existential crisis and has attempted to enter an affair with a Goddess. Can one of you lads roll a 1d12 so we can see which one?
Rolled 7 (1d12)>>74544404Let's see Grandma Moon slut it up some more.
>>74544494>his own daughter
>>74544535Now would that be the spark that is out, or him trying to release the actual goddess?
Someone started knocking on my door and now they're visiting, it'll be a minute before I can get back.>>74544494By THESUN
>>74544494After falling into an existential crisis at his lack of children, the God of the Sky & Storms decided to seek solace in the closest thing he had to a daughter, the Scheming Goddess. Roll 1d4 for what he did, 1 = He approached the Scheming Goddess, 2 = He approached the escaped spark, 3 = He attempted to free another spark, 4 = He attempted to lead the escaped spark back to the whole.
Rolled 1 (1d4)>>74545267What will happen? Oh gods the anticipation!
>>74545480What have I released upon this cursed earth?
>>74545480Eschewing the escaped spark, the God of the Sky & Storms directly approached the Scheming Goddess in her living tomb. There, he poured out his heart and (roll 1d6) 1 = was left scarred and fled a coward from those nuclear flames, 2 = was left scarred and spurned a bastard but showed her the might of the firmament and sealed her deeper as he left, 3 = challenged her to let him win her heart, to which she replied only vengeance would suffice, 4 = challenged her to let him win her heart, to which she replied hers was frozen cold and could be no-one's, 5 = convinced the Scheming Goddess to release a spark of herself to live with him, as her bonds were too powerful to be freed and it was better part be released than none, 6 = was stunned and sent reeling when she confessed that she felt the same way for him all along.
>>74545480>>74545575Will she never be free of suitors?
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>74545709
>>74545709>>74545756>Storm: "Please, child. Let me embrace you!.">Scheme: *Still stuck in ice* "This heart is not but ice. My other has found its light. If you wish it.. Release me..."
>>74545756The God of the Sky & Storms demanded she let him win her heart, to which she replied that hers was frozen cold and could be no-one's. Filled with renewed disdain for his great-grandfather and the God of Ice & Winter for his role, however forced, in ensuring her prison, no matter how necessary it might be, he considered his course. Give me a 1d4, 1 = Forlorn, he left the Scheming Goddess to her fate and sought another, 2 = Incensed, he scorned the Scheming Goddess for her insidious fury and monstrous cunning, claimed he was glad to have imprisoned her, and was scarred with primordial fire for his audacity as he fled, 3 = Thinking sharply if not wisely, he coerced a gust of wind to blow away a spark which escaped the instant before she realized and he was scarred with primordial fire, 4 = On asking what should be done were he take a spark and kindle a blaze, she said he was welcome to try for she had nothing to lose
Rolled 1 (1d4)>>74545896End Times?
Rolled 3 (1d4)>>74545896Fuck this guy. I hope another spark escapes and finds happiness elsewhere.>3
>>74545931Regretting to have ever returned to the Scheming Goddess, even knowing her escape would avail him nothing, he bid her farewell and left her be, shivering in the arctic ice for creation's sake. Give me a 1d11 for the next Goddess he attempts to have an affair with.
Rolled 3 (1d11)>>74546036He seeks what he can not have!
>>74545931Not yet, it seems, but it's nice that the pantheon has at least one apocalypse waiting to happen.>>74545945>off by less than a minuteThat's cold, it'll be interesting to see how this develops.
>>74546084A slut! SLUUUUUT
>>74546084>Assassin.That slut.. again?!
>>74546084The God of the Sky & Storms met with the (SLUT) Goddess of Assassins & Poisons & Spiders. What for? 1 = The Trickster God watched the entire affair in the ice and convinced his wife it would be funny to catch him, 2 = Inner turmoil outweighing the shame, he met with the first and foulest of (female) harlots, 3 = He sought to confide his regrets in someone that he knew could keep a secret, 4 = He gnashed his teeth and tore his clothes over his failings beneath a spider's web, and before long one thing led to another.
Rolled 3 (1d4)>>74546234Trickster, Trickster, Trickster
Rolled 2 (1d4)>>74546234Not like that empty womb is going to result in anything anyway.
>>74546267His heart gripped with cold weight, the God of the Sky & Storms sought to confide in the Goddess of Assassins & Poisons & Spiders. She listened intently as she wove her web but one thing led to another and she set upon her own grandson. Give me a 1d4, 1 = He never asked for this, (coin-toss) but he managed to flee/the webs were too strong, 2 = He never asked for this, but accepted it and reciprocated soon enough, 3 = Blinded by sorrow, he dared to ask if she could lift his burden, 4 = Reaching the end of his tale and recalling the more risque of her domains, he proposed they lay together, to which she replied for such close family, there would be no fee.
Rolled 3 (1d4)>>74546375I have no idea what this thread's about, still rollin.
Rolled 3 (1d4)>>74546375
>>74546401>>74546408One thing led to another, and come the next sunrise he'd almost forgotten about the Scheming Goddess trapped in the ice. Give me a 1d3-1 to see if any offspring resulted.
>>74546401Gods spring into existence and proceed to create children with each other. Many generations of incest and tragedy follow.
>>74546401THE SLUT STRIKES AGAINAlso, we're creating a pantheon of gods that have incestuous intentions. So far, the current goddess we are talking about is a SLUT. Dont worry too much about details.
Rolled 3 - 1 (1d3 - 1)>>74546437
Rolled 1 - 1 (1d3 - 1)>>74546437Oh boi
>>74546460Trickster is gonna have a cow. Literally!
>>74546460>the Spider can be a mother againAfter all this time...
Rolled 5 (1d6)I'm just gonna preemtpively roll for gender/age.LOLI GET
>>74546460Apparently he came back the day after that, and the next, and the next- and eventually got over his sense of ennui. Give me two 1d20s and two->>74546514>hmmmmTwo 1d6s
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>74546535>>74546514>hmmmmGodDAMNit.Well, rolling for the specifics of the first. Someone can do the second one's appearance.Also, why not twins?
>>74546401Anons >>74546443 >>74546446 have about summed it up, I mostly started the first thread to see if we could generate an interesting pantheon using a generator I found with some house-rules for variety and was promptly blown away. Feels about greek, and we haven't even mentioned the long and tragic Saga of the Forge & Bellows.
>>74546579Is it the manse generator, by any chance? some of this looks familiar.
Rolled 10 (1d20)>>74546567Probably because then you'd have to roll everytime to see if it's fraternal or identical twins, and with fraternal twins, you also have to take into account that there could be two different fathersIt's a whole lof of complicated shit.
>>74546567Identical twins are an option on the Unusual Appearance table, but no-one's hit on it yet. Also,>the son born from the God of the Sky & Storm's relations with the Trickster God's wife was androgynous (male)Hmmm...
>>74546592He said he would share the generator and whatever houserules he added when we have finished the entire thing.>>74546615Fair enough.>>74546622>Identical twins are an option on the Unusual Appearance table, but no-one's hit on it yetAlso a good reason.>androgynous (male)Keep the Elder Forgebrother away.
>>74546592Yes, with some house-rules allowing for marriage + affairs and filling in the gaps there.>>74546514>>74546567>Androgynous Male>>74546615>God of Music & Plays & the ArtsInteresting. Going to need another 1d20 and 1d6 for their sibling.
Rolled 3 (1d20)>>74546665
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>74546665
>>74546514>>74546567>Androgynous Male>>74546615>God of Music & Plays & the Arts>>74546730>Young (possibly) Adult Female>>74546718>Goddess of WarThe (SLUT) Goddess of Assassins & Poisons & Spiders surprised most when she gave birth to the younger God of Music & Plays & the Arts and the Goddess of War by the God of the Sky & Storms. Perhaps inexplicably (or all too understandably), the Trickster God was delighted by the development. For his part, the God of the Sky & Storms reached a state of contentment. Roll 1d4 to see who the Goddess of War marries, if anyone. On a 4 we'll roll to see if she marries a previously content God, stays to herself, or waits a generation.
Could've sworn I'd selected it.
Rolled 3 (1d4)>>74546848ishtar?
>>74546875Quite possibly, given her heritage and apparent proclivity for incest. Can you give me a 1d4 to determine the context?
Rolled 1 (1d4)>>74546933
>>74546943It was an arranged marriage, I'm going to need another 1d4 to see who's opposed to the current situation. 1 = God of Music & Plays & the Arts, 2 = Goddess of War, 3 = The feeling is mutual, 4 = They're both on-board but a Prime/Elder Deity doesn't like it and is trying to tear them apart or sabotage their marriage.
Rolled 1 (1d4)>>74547002
Rolled 2 (1d4)>>74547002I'd like a 4, feels like they aren't meddling enough
>>74547020The younger God of Music & Plays & the Arts can't stand his sister and wants to be free, but the Goddess of War is more than happy to have her own minstrel. Roll 1d3-2 to see if any offspring result.
Rolled 2 - 2 (1d3 - 2)>>74547047Let's have at least one child!
>>74547047Who is he sneakyfucking? Fucking bards, yo. He could've been better than the meme. Try harder up there you harp plucking fuck! It is a damn shame when you can't get a bard to fuck his sister like a gentleman. So fucking sad. No kids either. Pathetic, y'all.
>>74547059Alas, t'was not meant to be. Now we'll move onto those unsatisfied with their arranged marriages, as soon as I've tracked them down and we know who we're rolling for. Also, we never did determine the Demigod who the God of Fire made in the first thread. Can you give me a 1d20 and 1d6 for them?
Rolled 3 (1d6)>>74547123Have at it, man.
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>74547123Rollan Appearance
Rolled 7 (1d20)>>74547138>>74547185Well, too slow. Guess I'll do Domain then?
Rolled 3 (1d20)>>74547185I was saving that one for you, but I'll do that one too.>>74547123Here ya go, OPfag, you need to rewrite the bible you crazy bastard. It'd be more fun.
>>74547220Cool, you noticed. This one is me >74547226 and null/void.
Here's a list of those dissatisfied with their marriages, don't rush to roll, we'll be combing through them one-by-one.>The Elder God of Craftsmen and the Forge>The Deity of the Moon>The Goddess of the Harvest>The (other) God of the Sky & Storms>The Goddess of Beasts & the Hunt>The God of the Hearth & Spinning>The Younger God of Music & Plays & the ArtsHow we're going to be handling this is to roll a 1d6 for each, one at a time, with the following possibilities, 1 = They resign themselves to their work or fate, 2 = They attempt to have (coin-toss) 1d3 affairs/1d4 demigods 3 = They attempt to have an affair, 4 = They attempt to have a demigod, 5 = They attempt to come to terms with their spouse, 6 = Roll again twice.The Elder God of the Forge & Craftsmen has more than made his dissatisfaction known, but do you want to roll for them anyway?
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>74547260Could just split the results down the middle.>>74547138>3 - Mature Male>>74547185>1 - Young MaleAdult but not aged?>>74547220>7 - Love and Children>>74547226>3 - WarFraternity between soldiers?>>74547298>The Elder God of the Forge & Craftsmen has more than made his dissatisfaction known, but do you want to roll for them anyway?Yes. Definitely. I'll do it now.
>>74547138>Mature Aged Male>>74547220>Demigod of Love & ChildrenThe God of Fire somehow produced the Demigod of Love & Children, most likely representing the warmth a father feels for their loved ones. Give me a 1d4 to see where it came from, 1 = As far as anyone knows he appeared some time after the God of Fire abandoned the Elder God of the Forge & Craftsmen, 2 = As far as anyone knows he sprung forth from the God of Fire when he cooled down and grew satisfied with life, 3 = His appearance is inexplicable but he recognizes the God of Fire as his father, and the God of Fire, he as his son, 4 = Long ago, the God of Fire kindled love with a mortal woman, bore a child, and swore never to take another when she died.
>>74547355Fraternity between Soldiers is an extremely solid domain, I could easily see that falling under them. Near as I can tell, Adult but not aged is the default relating to deities that fall under that, barring exceptions such as the God of Love & Children, the God of the Tides who we think was born when the Goddess of Love & Children agreed to carry the Stillborn God/Living Lie to term, and so on. As far as I'm aware, that is, I've been picturing the elder God of the Forge & Craftsmen AKA notorious anvil as a deeply sad, disturbed grown man who still hasn't gotten over the fallout of his first relationships.
Also, did anyone else notice that the first Demigod born of a mortal to enter the pantheon was the Demigod of violent murder and aimless wandering? That's some bleak symbolism, right there.
Rolled 3 (1d4)>>74547414
>>74547514The God of Music/Plays/Arts and the Goddess of War are not marked as married.
>>74547595Intended for >>74547414
I went ahead and edited the God of Fire's Demigod's domain to add a little variety and make it more thematic as anon suggested here >>74547355.>>74547536So he appeared out of nowhere and the God of Fire took him under his wing? Nice.>>74547595>>74547612Thank you, I hadn't even noticed yet and probably wouldn't have until I was skimming through the pantheon later.
Corrected a typo there. I imagine the Demigod has more emphasis on fatherly, manly love while the Goddess of Love & Children epitomises motherhood and the original God of Love & Children focuses on a child's idealistic love and family as a whole, which I think is a nice dynamic.>>74547355Anon went ahead and rolled for the elder God of the Forge & Craftsmen, and it looks like sometime after he was wedded to the elder Goddess of Pests & Plagues & Witchcraft he went and tried to sire a Demigod, or did it sometime much sooner in a spur of the moment decision. Who knows what's going on with him? The poor man's damaged. Roll me a 1d20, a 1d6, and a second 1d6 to see if their child follows suit.
Rolled 7 (1d20)>>74547736
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>74547645What was the name of the kid that Demeter, while looking for Persephone, burnt the human parts out of?Is it like that, with the God of Fire taking a Human child, raising him as a soldier and burning the mortal out of him so that he could become this world's version of Achilles with his man-love and everything?
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>74547736wait, did >>74547818take the first 1d6 or was that a miss-link?
>>74547818>Young (possibly) Adult Male>>74547741>Demigod of Love & Children>>74547842>Prime God did not approve of this child's creation, and believed it to be a degeneration of the divine bloodline. This Demigod was forcibly turned into a major magic item instead.FUCK, no wonder the elder God of the Forge & Craftsmen sank into depression and started a downward spiral, he sired a Demigod of Tragic Love and the Prime God of the Sun forced him to forge his own son into a godly artifact.
>>74547890So when are we killing the Sun?
>>74547818Dionysus? Dunno he kept fucking dying often enough. I leave for a bit and it turns into fire rape. Again, nigga? Thanks 4chan. I was joking, but glad to see this is still up. Gotta go gen some stuff myself...
>>74547925During an unfortunate incest accident when he gets sucked up his firstborn son's assThe definition of 'Power-Bottom'
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>74547736>the Demigod has more emphasis on fatherly, manly love>the Goddess of Love & Children epitomises motherhood>the original God of Love & Children focuses on a child's idealistic love and family as a wholeI was thinking that Original leans more on the Love side of the equation, as he rescued the Goddess of Madness and Inspiration from her imprisonment and proceeded to give her a loving family. Perhaps Fertility/Virility?The goddess of Love and Children was, tragically, infertile and had to arrange a surrogacy with the Stillborn God and her husband's cumbabies. I imagine her specific sphere being a parent's love and adoption.Demigod is about bonds between members in a group.Between the three you have the three different kinds of love: romantic, parental, and brotherly.
>>74547950How do suns die? They become black holes.
>>74547890He would've been born relatively early too, given he was forcibly wedded to the Goddess of Pests & Plagues & Witchcraft before everything he did, and the Prime God of the Sun might've been disgusted to see what he saw as a taint on the pantheon's bloodline before it began to dwindle. That's some Grade-A mythological tragedy right there.>>74547925Why do you think the God of Fire and God of the Sky & Storms originally made their plan?>>74547818That's not a bad idea for a Demigod's origin, maybe it's kept ambiguous to the broader pantheon but they both know.>>74547842Usually rolls are first come, first serve, but rolling so much that other anons don't get a chance to is some lame shit.>>74547298Can someone give me a 1d6 for the Deity of the Moon?
>>74547955Really wanted him to stay virgin or shack up with his younger counterpart but being redemptive as well as wholesome works.
>>74547818>>74547927DemophonWhen that attempted immortality failed, she taught his brother how to plant crops, so from him did the rest of Man learn the secrets of agriculture.
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>74547994Here we go famalam, let there be children!
>>74548024Cheers Mythology Anon, so our fraternity demigod is a successful version of that, also, less agriculture more 'Bros before Hoes"
>>74547955That's also an extremely good spin, better than mine actually, because it goes into the detail of the mythology instead of looking at the surface level.>>74548026Either the Deity of the Moon came to terms with the elder God of Music & Plays & the Arts, or he finally manged to woo her. Roll 1d2 to see what their marriage became, 1 = Sanctioned, (i.e, acknowledged in the eyes of the gods), 2 = Loving
Rolled 3 (1d6)>>74548075come on, let her be serenaded to true love
>>74548111We can treat that as a one going by even/odd coinflip.
>>74548111>trips = checkedI need a 1d2 my dude
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>74548075Fixing that roll for the other gu->>74548124Nope, loving it is.
>>74547890>Elder Forgebro sired a Demigod of Tragic Love>Prime God of the Sun forced him to forge his own son into a godly artifact>sinks into manwhoring depressionMEANWHILE IN PREVIOUS ROLLS>Younger Forgebro falls into a depression>crafts a heaven-shaking artifactGuys, I think the masterpiece that the Younger forged was his own nephew into another form. We may just have the elements of the World End being put together here.
>>74548140>>74548111Law-Dragon-Dono has spoken, it was merely sanctioned, as all marriages should be
>>74548140Little room for love when you're by turns beaten, bloody or bruised. Maybe Sun finally married them as an insult?
>>74548111>>74548140The God of Music & Plays & the Arts did sing long and hard into the night, eventually warming the Deity of the Moon's heart so that he/she/xhe saw him for the caring, earnest soul that he was, if not the one that he/she/xhe would've accepted. Eventually, he/she/xhe came to accept it, and from there their union bore fruit. Or did it? Give me a 1d3-1 to see.
Rolled 2 - 1 (1d3 - 1)>>74548197More children.
>>74548191The Prime Goddess of the Moon is their grandmother/great-grandmother, the Deity of the Moon is the masturbation baby of the monstrous, chimeric God of Magic & the Law.
>>74548208Une childLet them be happy at least InB4 Eldest Forgebro fucks it
>>74548239Ah, he's the firmament in my mind. Figures that his dad would lay down the Law.
>>74548208LO, one child was born, and this one they both loved. I'm going to need a 1d20 and 1d6.
Rolled 4 (1d20)>>74548260
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>74548260
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>74548260
>>74548250Only if it's a hunky dude with a penchant for topping.At this point, even if you're worshipping him for legitimate reasons, people will think you're a fucking gaylord. It might not be technically in his portfolio, but worshippers often don't give a shit about technicalities anyway.
Wait, what if the phases of the moon are grandma being provocative? Sun's around and she's covered up but as he gets complacent she lets a crescent and finally a full moon slip.
>>74548350The phases of the moon are the current Diety of the Moon's form, representing the passage of time.Who has just birthed a Goddess of Harvest.
>>74548287>Mature Aged Female>>74548277>Goddess of the HarvestFrom the elder God of Music & Plays & the Arts and the Deity of the Moon came forth the younger Goddess of the Harvest. Most fitting. We'll determine who they end up marrying once we've finished with the affairs, next is->>74547298The other Goddess of the Harvest, interestingly enough. Give me a 1d6.
>>74548377Bugger, I really must catch up on that second thread. Nice idea though.
Rolled 6 (1d6)>>74548386
Rolled 6 (1d6)>>74548386Lots of true god children hopefully.
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>74548417>>74548425Hot damn. Let's FUCKING GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
>>74540969OP, I love you.I could recommend to use more colours/symbols, otherwise magnificent job! This Pantheon is such a great clusterfuck already, far far better than Saladia!Eternal Cheers! Saladian Pantheondrawanon
>>74548461Feel free to join us. We have another d6 due to finish resolving the current incident.>>74548386>>74548417>>74548425>>74548453
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>74548487
>>74548176OH SHIT, that does fit, doesn't it? What about the timeline though? The artifact was forged because the younger God of the Forge & Craftsmen wanted to see if he could bring life into being through artifice, because he had a small, (and compared to his brother's constant madness, insignificantly minor) crisis when he realized he wasn't married, relatively recently, whereas this happened because the elder God of the Forge & Craftsmen was dissatisfied with his marriage, which probably would've come to pass much sooner than that. Fuck, maybe's a duality of artifacts? A mighty warhammer, fit to crack the skies, and an ever-so-slightly cracked, weeping shield fit to withstand its beating?>>74548349Especially considering there's a younger God of the Forge & Craftsmen who's slept with an eighth as many other deities.>>74548396They've all been fascinating, it's neat to see an emergent mythology like this happen.>>74548487H-H-Holy FUCK
>>74548487If you're OP, please tell what the first D6 did. I can remember some, but not all rules, you're the only one with the charts right now.
>>74548461That pantheon looks really nice anon, I'm thinking of the MS paint doc as the rough draft to get everything written down.>>74548525So, we have->>74548417>Roll again, twice>>74548425>Roll again, twiceThat's a total of four rolls.>>74548453>Come to terms with her spouse>>74548505>Attempts to have a DemigodI'm going to need two more 1d6s, "Harvest" indeed.
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>74548597Is Harvest Goddess trying to become the new Slut-god?
>>74548525The anon you are responding to, but not OP, here.He listed it in >>74547298>5 = They attempt to come to terms with their spouse>4 = They attempt to have a demigodI don't know if he is counting >>74548425 towards the rerolls or just a failed attempt at the first roll. If he is counting it as a reroll, we might have one more to do. Depends on his call.
Rolled 6 (1d6)>>74548597
>>74548525The table for deities dissatisfied with their arranged marriages are right here, >>74547298, and the Goddess of the Harvest seems to be living up to her portfolio and then some.
Rolled 3 (1d6)>>74548628Following up on that, I want another 6. Lots of children.What happens if they reconcile twice or three times?
>>74548610Apparently so, I'm going to need a 1d2>>74548628And that'll be two more rolls. Dayum.
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>74548628THIS WOMAN
>>74548610Y'think slut-god might be a semi-official religious designation? Like all the homo smith priests and assassin whore priestess get special treatment?
>>74548644If their marriage is only Sanctioned it improves to Loving, and we roll for offspring.
Rolled 2 (1d2)>>74548652Let there be life!
Rolled 3 (1d4)>>74548722>1d4 demigodsFOURFOURFOURFOUR
Let's try to summarize the (SLUT) Goddess of the Harvest's escapades.>>74548417>+2 rolls, bringing the total to two>>74548425>+2 rolls, bringing the total to four>>74548453>reconcile with spouse, bringing total to three>>74548505>attempts to have Demigod, bringing total to two>>74548610>>74548722>attempts to have 1d4 Demigods, bringing total to one>>74548628>+2 rolls, bringing the total to three>>74548644>attempts to have an affair, bringing the total to twoI need two more 1d6s.
Is there going to be an endgame? Normally, with more and more offspring being born and all gods being involved in affairs, older gods are much more likely to fuck around a lot compared to younger ones, and technically there could be endless generations. Will demigods eventually just bear human offspring?
>>74548752Nevermind, as per >>74548740That's three Demigods, not counting the first. Fuck, talk about motherhood.
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>74548752This woman, this GODDESS!I love her!
>>74548790Yes, actually, I outlined that >>74541223 here, it'll eventually decline to mortal offspring and older deities are going to be less likely to enter into affairs with much younger deities.
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>74548752Another 5 so she'll get more children!
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>74548752I know my patron diety, hot damn.
>>74548801As much as she hates the relationship her Husband still loves her very much, gods it's bloody Persephone and Hades all over again
>>74548801>reconcile with spouse, bringing total to one>>74548825>attempts to have 1d3 affairs/1d4 demigods, bringing total to noneI'm going to need a coin-toss and another stiff drink, fuck, talk about mother goddess
Rolled 2 (1d2)>>74548893
Rolled 2 (1d4)>>74548893>>74548925
>>74548925>Epithet gained, "Mother of Demigods and Demigoddesses"Whew lads, alrighty then, ahh->>74548453Going to need a 1d2 to see how much their marriage improves, 1 = Sanctioned, 2 = Loving
Rolled 2 (1d2)>>74548968
>>74548953Thank you anon, that's two on-top of the pile, for an even total of... six Demigods. Fuck.
>>74548986Love blooms at last!
>>74548986>>74548988"Pests and Plagues" my ass. His sacred animal must be the bee and butterfly for how fertile this field is.
>>74548986>>74548988She sees the kindness buried deep in his black, bitter heart when he makes her a laurel wreathe with his feeble hands, and then they love each other, very very much. Roll 1d3 for the number of offspring, keep in mind there'll be another later on.
>>74548993D6 and D20s then?Or 1D3-1 first?
>>745490281d3 first, no -1, Loving Marriages get a +1 bonus.
Rolled 2 (1d3)>>74549046Here's to another 1-3 trickster gods in total then
Rolled 2 (1d3)>>74549028Let's do however many she births first, this is more entertaining.>>74549026
>>74549060>>74549062Law Dragon has spoken, they shall be fruitful and multiply
I'm confused. What tables are being used for this?
>>74549143OP took an existing pantheon generator and added some houserules. Someone spilled the beans earlier in this thread on which one it was, but no link was provided so you will just have to look it up yourself.Regardless, he is currently doing some of his own tables.
>>74549143Not yet disclosed, but they're consistent, or are openly laid out within the thread for individual cases.You could evaluate by reading all the previous threads, but in general, know that rolling a 3 during affair rolls ain't good.
>>74549060>>74549062I planned to apply a +1 bonus to the second offspring rollThe Goddess of the Harvest births no less than five gods and goddesses, in what might be the pantheon's most fecund marriage, if not its most loving. Shortly before, during, and after the second batch, she found time for four demigods and demigoddesses. By the Sun.Let's take these as they come, I'm going to need FIVE 1d20s, a minimum of FIVE 1d6s, and four accompanying 1d4s to determine their level of divinity.
>>74549222Five accompanying 1d4s, pardon me.>>74549143I'm using a pantheon generator I found on a really nifty blog with some house-rules to allow for marriages and affairs and fill in for any gaps that were left as a consequence.
Rolled 19 (1d20)>>74549222Firstbron please
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>74549222Rolling for the youngest bastard
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>74549292And the Gender
Rolled 1 (1d4)>>74549292Rolling for this one's power level
Rolled 19 (1d20)>>74549222Give us something new.
Rolled 4 (1d4)>>74549222
>>74549305>>74549376For this one's power level
Don't be shy about rolling more than once, as long as you don't double-post or roll more than one dice in the same post.>>74549305Since you specified this was for the first bastard this'll be for the first Demigod or Demigoddess, give me a 1d6 to see which.>>74549322>Young (possibly) Adult Female>>74549353>>74549292>Goddess of MadnessHot damn, give me a 1d12 for their quirk
Rolled 1 (1d12)>>74549420
Rolled 4, 14, 7 = 25 (3d20)>>74549222The rest of the powers.
Rolled 15 (1d20)>>74549222>>74549420Okay, third baby
Rolled 1 (1d4)>>74549471This one's power.
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>74549420I don't think the slot number really matters since I specified the youngest bastard, but eh, procedural stuff is more fun anyway.
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>74549491And Gender
Rolled 2, 3, 2 = 7 (3d6)>>74549457Three Genders
Rolled 2, 2, 3 = 7 (3d4)>>74549592And Three Power Levels so we can speed this up
Rolled 2 (1d4)Fourth power level.>>74549457>>74549592Don't roll more than one die, anon. >>74549420
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>74549671As in don't roll multiple dice at the same time right?I mean, we don't have enough posters for all the children of the Corn Goddess?Also, fourth child's gender
Rolled 2 (1d4)>>74549723Correct. No more than one per post.I'll go ahead and do the fifth and final power level since I am making this post anyway.
Rolled 5 (1d20)>>74549723Fourth's Domain
Rolled 18 (1d20)>>74549748Fifth's Domain
Rolled 19 (1d20)Fifth's domain.
Rolled 5 (1d6)Fifth's gender
Rolled 2 (1d20)>>74549886And with that, the Godling's are complete, now, about those Demigods she bred?First Demigod's domain
Rolled 3, 1, 1 = 5 (3d3)I had to step away from my PC for a minute, give me a second to collate everything->>74549322>Young (possibly) Adult Female>>74549353>>74549292>Goddess of Madness>>74549432>>74549438> God has a common magical pet, like a dog, cat, bird, or rodent. It's intelligent and spies for them.Looks like they have two pets, considering her father we might have a genderbent !not!Odin stand-in here.>>74549376>>74549400>Demi(deity) of MadnessI'm going to need a 1d12 and 1d6 for this one.>>74549521>Young (possibly) Adult Female>>74549471>>74549491>Goddess of Pests & Plagues & Witchcraft or Dark MagicDo you have any ideas for interpretations here?Going to see what happens with the non-euclidean coin-toss here and then we'll move on, whew these are a lot of rolls.>>74549496Right, youngest bastard not first bastard, that'd be the fourth Demigod/Demigoddess>>74549457>>74549592>>74549662Anon PLS, I'll do a non-euclidean coin-toss to see which of each set of rolls we go with.
Rolled 11 (1d12)>>74549968rolling for the madness demigod
Rolled 3 (1d6)>>74549978
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>74549968
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>74549968Don't worry about the non-Euclidean coin. We skipped them.Rolling for Madness.
>>74549968>>74549995Meant this one...
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>74549924Demigod's Gender
>>74549995>Mature Aged Male>>74549376>Demigod of Madness>>74549978>God is racist towards a specific group of mortals other then their own. Known as a symbol for smiting down members of that mortal race.We have our Zarus stand-in.>>74549968So, that'd be >>74549592>Young (possibly) Adult Female>>74549457>Goddess of Love & ChildrenAlmost certainly related to pregnancy, considering the sheer amount of fecundity that's on display here.>>74549723>Mature Aged Female>>74549748>>74549797>Goddess of the Sea & SailingThat gives us all five of the Gods and Goddesses, minus the Demigod, now we go onto the Demigods and Demigoddesses, lot to keep track of.
I'm going to step away, get some dinner, and then be back in 15-30 minutes max, my oven just went off.
Rolled 4 (1d20)>>74550054Second Demigod's Domain
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>74550084Second Demigod's Gender
>>74550057>Almost certainly related to pregnancy, considering the sheer amount of fecundity that's on display here.She is not the mother here though. I would say she is the child's love for their parent.
Rolled 8 (1d20)Third demigod's domain.
Rolled 10 (1d20)>>74550129Third Demigod's Domain
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>74550206Okay, from here, Third Demigod's Gender
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>74550210We'll just call that the fourth.So here is their gender.
>>74550286How many Demigods did she end up having, cause I think that's all of them?
>>74550323Five (excluding any with her husband that ended up demigod-level), and with someone having done the fifth earlier we should be good. Just gotta wait for OP to eat and update.
>>74550323Yeah, nah, that's all of themJesus wept nine babies in between two divorces that only made their relationship strongerThe Father must really love the kids she gives himThat and the pussy is just so damn WET
>>74550432if the dad didn't have a pregnancy fetish beforehand he sure as fuck does now
>>74550134Fair point, so we have->God of Love & ChildrenIdealistic, romantic love as seen in his marriage with the Goddess of Madness>elder Goddess of Love & ChildrenParental, adoptive love, never having a child of her own but carrying one to term and being affectionate toward her husband's children>Demigod of Warmth & CamaraderieBrotherly love, either militaristic or between men, whether that be platonic or more dedicated on either end, which makes sense, given he's the outcome of multiple generations of homosex,>younger Goddess of Love & ChildrenAffectionate love from a child to one's parents to one's siblings, as makes sense, given they have EIGHT, which is the largest family in the pantheon (even if disparate) by three times over. If anything, I would say the Goddess of the Harvest that birthed her has a claim to be Goddess of Motherhood/Pregnancy, as I've noticed that despite having NINE offspring and ample opportunity to she didn't engage in a single affair. Now, while I'm checking the rolls for the Demigods and Demigoddesses and collating the numerous results-Do you anons have any ideas for possible spins on the recent Goddess of Pests & Plagues & Witchcraft/Dark Magic, either domain or focus-wise? How about the Goddess of Madness and her two magical pets that spy on her siblings and the goings-on in the mortal realm? What about the Demigod of Madness who has a burning hatred for everyone not of (presumably) the race of his mortal father? Then there's the Goddess of the Sea & Sailing...
>>74550490I'm thinking the goddess of sea and sailing is a bit distant to her siblings due to being smothered in family members, and sails out into the wider world for freedom and exploring the self. Of course, she always comes back home, so maybe she's the god that sailors pray to to return to port?
>>74550490The goddess of Pests and Plagues is the Goddess of bees and wasps and hornets, her plague is the venom of their sting, her domain helps the flowers spread their children far and wide.
>>74550490Goddess of Madness shares the spark of her grandmother, and acts as her eyes in the mortal realmsGoddess of Witchcraft is a goddess of cycles, as her mother is birth and harvest, she is rot and decay, the next part in the cycle>>74550544I like this, feeling too cramped with such a large family that she just up and leaves to find new lands, only to find a new pantheon maybe?Demigod of Madness is literally just the god of Anger and Passion, she doesn't give a shit about rules, if she's angry, she'll let you know Also, hoping she kills Sun Ancestor for being a prick to her family, and ends up becoming the new sun for a bit
>>74550490>Goddess of Plagues, etcLocusts? Pollinating insects? Crop blight?>Goddess with pet spiesCrows and wolves, the bane of farmers and shepherds. She tests them to ensure they do not get complacent.>Racist godGuardian of farmers. Protects them from evil spirits and outsiders (city-folk).>Sea and SailingPatron of fishermen and sailors.
>>74549305>>74549496>Androgynous (Female)>>74549924>Demigoddess of the Sun or the MoonGoing to need a coin-toss on that.>>74550129>Mature Aged Female>>74550084>Demigoddess of the HarvestI'm thinking Sweat & Toil would be a cool domain for this one->>74550223>Mature Aged Female>>74550206>Demigoddess of the Forge & CraftsmenPossibly the softer crafts? Basketweaving and the like, although that's more under the God of the Hearth & Spinning's purview, maybe they represent the forging of mundane, everyday items and tools?>>74550286>Young Adult Male>>74550210>Demigod of Music & Plays & the ArtsI'm getting a strong folkloric, down-to-earth feel from them, they might represent drinking songs, bawdy art, and lower-brow things to their older counterpart's more refined domains, respectively. All in all, this was a really interesting development.>>74550544Nice, fits like a glove.>>74550580Nice, Goddess of Wasps & Bees & Rot>>74550584It's a Demigod of Madness and they have a deep disdain toward most mortal races, but Anger and Passion is solid, though I don't know how well passion fits... Maybe Insanity? I feel the Goddess of Madness should have Curiosity as a domain. What are your thoughts?
>>74550626Demigod of Madness as a protector of farmers that disdains outsiders/urbanites is extremely nice and a very important niche to fill.
>>74550669>>74550637She's a Goddess of Rednecks, is what we're saying
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>74550637>Demigoddess of the Sun or the MoonFlipping. Either way, I suggest she represents crop cycles.
Rolled 2 (1d2)>>74550637coin toss ready!I'm thinking the forge and crafts demigoddess should be a god of mundane industry. Stuff like horseshoes, pots, nails, hammers, etc.
>>74550637Demigoddess of Forge created the first tools, with which mortals altered and tilled the Earth, and is remembered for itDemigod of the Arts is your classic Shakespeare and represents the arts of the masses, from tasteful everyman art to bold acts of civillian theatre, also, while not the inventor of them, he is regarded as the god of jokes>>74550697Finally, somone to replace Sun-Arsehole
>>74550637>Demigoddess of the Harvest>Sweat & ToilSounds good.>Demigoddess of the Forge & CraftsmenHandicrafts sound good. Clothing and rugs and whatnot. Making use of the harvest to turn a house into a home.>Demigod of Music & Plays & the ArtsPatron of jesters and traveling entertainers, people who keep the common folk entertained. Wrote the first drinking songs.
>>74550735>Finally, somone to replace Sun-ArseholeRead closer. He is just a demigod who determined the best times to harvest crops.
>>74550870Okay, so, if we're all in agreementwhat now?
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>74551006According to >>74547298 we still have another four dissatisfied deities to resolve. Out of seven.I'll go ahead and roll for the God of Sky/Storms since he is next in the list after the Goddess of Harvest (and fertility, let's be honest).
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>74551119Oh, okayThat didn't work, trying again with Moon God
>>74551147We already did Phases of the Moon. >>74548026The one after Sky & Storms is the otter-bodied goddess of Beasts and the Hunt.
Sorry to drop off the face of the earth, something sudden and slightly urgent arose that demanded my attention but now I'm back and working on updating the doc- had to expand the bottom.>>74551006Just sit tight, I'll be back in five minutes, ten tops
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>74551215Ohredoing my roll for her then
>>74551254Yay, Otter God is gonna try for babies with Storm-Drummer again
>>74551273>Otter-chan learned how to smash objects on her belly (and thus taught it to regular otters) from Storm-Drummer playing his instrumentI dig it.
Alright, here we go. Nine- NINE Gods & Goddesses and Demigods & Demigoddesses have been added to the pantheon, how can the other Goddess of the Harvest even compete? Anyhow, on to the next affair, that'd be the God of the Sky & Storms AKA Storm-Drummer,>>74551119Who decided that if he was going to be wedded to the giant otter, he might as well accept it and tried to settle down his constant wandering and accommodate her needs.>>74551254In return, she was touched and tried to make amends for her earlier standoffishness and frustration.Roll 1d2.
>>74551215>>74551273>>74551301Don't forget, Otter Goddess is Monstrous and apparently, somehow, given three (THREE) straight rolls of 2 for gender, hyperfeminine.
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>74551341Nice, so he is the god of typhoons and squalls.That is, the sea-storm god that does not usually affect the mainland?
>>74551381They never did get into the same lovey-dovey attitude that some others did, but over time, they learned to accept each other for who they were and found some inner peace. Then again, it wouldn't have suited the God of the Sky & Storms and Goddess of Beasts & the Hunt to be completely complacent.Give me a 1d3-1 for offspring.
Rolled 3 - 1 (1d3 - 1)>>74551412Okay, at least have a baby
Also,>every couple descended from God of the Tides and the Scheming Goddess became satisfied with themselvesVery heartwarming.>>74551444I'll be forthright- I'd have been flabbergasted if you'd rolled a 1 after the Goddess of the Harvest & Fertility's performance. We'll be needing two 1d20s and two 1d6s for their offspring.
Rolled 4 (1d20)>>74551504
Rolled 5 (1d20)>>74551504>>74551523I'll take the other domain.
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>74551523This one's gender is
Need one more 1d6 for the secondborn's gender.
Rolled 6 (1d6)>>74551607
>>74551629>whewGoing to need a second 1d6 anon.
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>74551651
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>74551651Monster-mum had monster-kids, go figure
Forgot, because the deities are after the fifth generation, I'm going to need two 1d4s to determine their power.
Rolled 3 (1d4)>>74551723
Rolled 4 (1d4)>>74551723
>>74551629>>74551683This determined the second deity was monstrous,>>74551711And this androgynous, can you give me a 1d6 for that?
Rolled 3 (1d6)>>74551785
Rolled 94 (1d100)>>74551785>monstrousd100, right? That's what I am rolling at least.
Thanks for rolling anons.>>74551584>Mature Aged Female>>74551730>>74551523>Goddess of the HarvestIt's interesting that every Harvest deity we've had so far took on the appearance of a Mature, Aged Female. There's something thematic there, I wonder, are they close to one another or are they competitive?>>74551629>>74551683>>74551711>>74551807>Monstrous Androgynous (Male)>>74551749>>74551575>Demigod of the Seas & SailingI imagine he's also an otter like his mother, do you think Fishing & Nets is a good domain?
>>74551814No, that's when it lands on a 2 or 3, calling for an animal roll, though yours'd have resulted in a Preying Mantis, which are fucking sick. He's just Monstrous, calling for a few random monsters in the shape of a large ogre or beast, and given that his mother's a giant otter it makes sense that he'd also be, but like anything else that's open to interpretation.
>>74551884Maybe he's an otterman. You know, part man, part otter.
>>74551854This Harvest Goddess would ddefinitely be a fishing goddess, her brother being a marine-life god like his mom, he'd be like a sea-lionAnd much like Apollo and Artemis, they probably clash quite a bit
>>74551884I am going to be honest, I was drinking throughout the entire Harvest Goddess debacle and have started feeling it. I am still drinking.
>>74551900That'd make sense.>>74551905Goddess of Fishing & the Sea's Bounty, as opposed to the Demigod of Fish & the Undersea?
>>74551940Same. I'm having a hard time keeping the lines straight in the doc, but I can't imagine stopping now nor do I have any inclination to, to be honest.
>>74551945One could be for sailors in general and the other for fishermen specifically.
>>74551945She's a harvest goddess born of the sky and an ocean goddess so it stands that her harvest would have something to do with those, maybe a rain goddess as-well as a fishing goddess>>74551965Her brother can be a demigod of sailors and fisherman, he's also said to be father to many sea-monsters
>>74551965That's a solid spin, the Goddess of the Sea & Sailors as opposed to the Goddess of the Sea & Fishermen. Maybe the former presides over Navigation while the latter rules over Nets, while they're both over the Sea, and the Demigod is over the Fish & the Shallows, and is in opposition to them but more closely his sister for it?
>>74551986>brotherSo did both goddesses lay with the same fisherman to create two different demigods? What an absolute chad.
>>74552024They did now.
>>74551986>RainNice, Goddess of Nets & Fishing & Rain, next to the Demigod of Fish & the Shallows, and father of sea-monsters who would rather they left his domain be.>>74552024Demigod can also mean a weak deity, the pantheon's bloodline is getting thinner as the generations go by. As far as the rolls go, the Demigod is born from the Storm-Drummer but there's nothing particularly set in stone.
>>74552024>>74552040The other Goddess of Sailing & the Sea is a Goddess but that's a damned good story and I wouldn't be surprised if the same farmer, or family of farmers, was responsible for the Goddess of the Harvest's family.
How does this look for their domains? Again, this is all wide-open for changes now or down the road, something as major as the Sea feels a bit strange to confer to a Demigod and otters rarely go too deep, so I figured the Shallows was a reasonably narrow purview for a marine deity taking after his monstrous mother but I want to hear what you all think of it.
>>74552251Okay, so, who's left to have an affair?
>>74552251Goddess of Love & Children is 'Filial Piety', I think.
>>74551986The reason I didn't have him as patron of sailors is that the ninth(?)born daughter of the Goddess of the Harvest was already the Goddess of Sailors & the Sea, and it occurred to me that Navigation is so instrumental to that it's nearly inseparable, and then his sister, Rain & Fishing are both huge to any kind of coastal or agrarian society on their own and together that's gargantuan. Do you think a broader focus on Knots would be better than Nets?
>>74552360>on KnotsNo, just stick with nets. You may be thinking innocently, but just reflect on the fact you wanted to make a God of Knots.
>>74552251Oh boi, I missed the Motherlode! That's a lotta kids.
Rolled 1 (1d6)Drunk-anon here.It's time for the God of Hearth and Spinning/Looms, right?
>>74552497She just accepted her lot, oh well, next diety
>>74552357Nice, here's an addendum->>74552436Oh, OH, I see what you mean, though that reminds me, we don't have a deity over cats or dogs yet. Not necessarily domain-wise but as for general association there. I think the Trickster God is a decent fit for cats, but dogs could go to any number of deities, though the Demigod of Madness & Guardian of Farmers and the Goddess of War feel like good fits, for different reasons, guard dogs/war hounds, and so on. Just keep them away from the elder God of the Forge & Craftsmen.>>74552309That'd be the God of the Hearth & Spinning, married to the Goddess of Pests & Plagues & Witchcraft whose moths keep devouring his embroidery as he weaves it. Poor bastard. Can you give me a 1d6 for him?>>74552497Nevermind, he accepted that he's going to be in a sisyphean struggle for the rest of his days but won't complain any more for the sake of his previously stressed for his, moth-goddess wife's peace of mind. He is too good for this world.
>>74552533>herIt was one of the sons of the goddess of inspiration and the god of fatherhood. The one that was married to the goddess of moths and childhood sickness.Someone else can do the next dissatisfied deity.
>>74552582Forgot to post the pic again, fuck. Since he's accepted his fate, can you give me a 1d3-2 to see if they do have any offspring?
Rolled 3 - 2 (1d3 - 2)>>74552597Oh dear
>>74552585Right, that's the younger God of Music & Plays & the Arts, married against his will to the Goddess of War. Can one of you anons roll a 1d6 to see how he handles it?
Rolled 9 (1d20)>>74552627Well, they had one at least?Here's the Domain, can't wait for it to be the first Death God
Rolled 14 (1d20)>>74552597>>74552627>there was a childGood. I love moths and am happy she got a child from this. Rollan for domain.
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>74552647Gender
>>74552627He just wants to make her happy.>>74552647>Beasts & the HuntSix seconds later and it would've been->>74552649>Healing & WisdomBut that's the fun of these. Do you have any ideas for spins on the domain? Maybe they're the deity associated with Trapping and Trained Beasts?>>74552673>AndrogynousLike father like son, or is it daughter? Roll 1d6.
Rolled 6 (1d6)>>74552632Couldn't fulfill my goal in >>74552649.Guess I'll go for this.
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>74552713
>>74552739>HermaphroditeThat makes two, counting him/her/xher and him/her/xher- ahhh, great-great-great-great uncle-aunt? Unless you weren't rolling for adrogyny, in which case it'd be >>74552767>Androgynous (Female)I'm liking the idea of Trapping and Trained Beasts for a domain.
>>74552802>HermaphroditeNo, that was me rolling for a dissatisfied god, not appearance of the newest one. I am just dumb and went out of order.
>>74552713>>74552802They'd probably be a God of Wool and Silk-producing animals, combining the talents of both parents, they're probably also a god of Shepards and are prayed to for their flock's safety
>>74552825Ah, no worries. Thank you for confirming,>>74552767>GoddessIt is, now do you want to do Beasts & the Hunt for her domain, Trapping & Trained Beasts, or something a little more esoteric but related to the broad domain?Also->>74552739>6 on an adultery rollAnons, I'm going to need two more 1d6s. Here's to hoping for another harvest.
>>74552831That makes a lot more sense than Trapping & Trained Beasts, the Goddess of Wool & Silk & Shepherds it is.
Rolled 3 (1d6)>>74552881I'm in favour of >>74552831's interpretation, it acts as a bridge for the parentsAlso here
>>74552881Second d6 to go along with >>74552929.
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>74552950Ahue. It would help if I actually put the roll in.
>>74552929>>74552627>>74552647>>74552673>>74552767The Goddess of Wool & Silk & Shepherds was born from the long-in-coming union between the God of the Hearth & Spinning and Goddess of Pests & Plagues & Witchcraft. They each loved their daughter dearly and grew closer for their diligence in the field, but between the nibbling of hand-sized moths, frantic asking if everything was alright, and tense nodding on his own behalf, the God of the Hearth & Spinning never did grow quite complacent.
Do you guys think we should change the God of the Hearth & Spinning's wife's last domain from WItchcraft to Folk Magic to fit the homey feel they have going on?>>74552929Anyhow, it seems the younger God of Music & Plays & the Arts has attempted to have an affair. Can you give me a 1d47 to see which deity was involved?
>Not OP, but..So I know this is heavily late as I was working on this last night, and this thread happened while I was at work, but I made a slightly revised version of last night's family line. I just made some slight color adjustments and took out affairs that didn't bear fruit, but kept their existance known.
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>74552881>Here's to hoping for another HarvestLet's hope not. Not because I disliked it, but because it would take away from her accomplishments.Second roll.
>>74553192>Second rollOr I am too drunk to realize there were already two rolls for it, haha.
Rolled 33 (1d47)>>74553008>>74553083You got it boss
>>74553166Amazing what a little colour change can do, it's quite readable, thank you
Rolled 10 (1d47)>>74553222Praise the drunk trips>>74553083Let's roll it up!
>>74553166This is a straight 10 out of 10 anon, the system is far superior to the previous one and I'll try to adapt the current one to it as soon as we finish the pantheon or this thread's over. Not sure about the numbers but it's much more legible than the sprawl of lines directly beneath the elder God of the Forge & Craftsmen previously.
>>74553264The younger God of Music & Plays & the Arts entered into an affair with the Demigod of Wealth & Commerce, give me a 1d8 for the context.
Rolled 4 (1d8)>>74553385
>>74553385I keep forgetting to post the pantheon pic, blech.
>>74553281>>74553330Thank you.I was trying to get rid of clutter from the *ahem* dubious Forging attempts *cough* so it would be more apparent who was doing what, or whom. I kept the important affairs that bore fruit, but the others didn't seem to need to be shown. However, to keep them in as an "event", I just put them as numbers instead.
>>74553397>One accidentally took the other for a god/goddess they fancied/were married toCan one of you anons roll a 1d3-2 to see if any offspring result?
Rolled 2 - 2 (1d3 - 2)>>74553435>war-loli's oniisan cheated on her with the goddess of JewsAt least this explains the need to loot villages. War is expensive.
>>74553476The Demigod, and remember the younger God of Music & Plays & the Arts is an androgynous male. Absolutely debauched, but nothing came of it and->>74552969For one reason or another, the younger God of Music & Plays & the Arts made amends with their spouse, the Goddess of War. Roll 1d2 to see how much their relationship improved, 1 = Sanctioned Marriage, 2 = Loving Marriage.
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>74553652I swear I typed the coin toss in correctly.(Also, we are on auto-sage.)
>>74553686Incensed by his accidental liaison, his sister-wife put her foot down and demanded he be a proper husband or she would have his head on a stake. Shortly after, they came to a mutual understanding and settled down into a sanctioned marriage. Roll 1d3-1 for offspring.
Rolled 2 - 1 (1d3 - 1)>>74553770
>>74553787A single child was born, enough to satisfy the Goddess of War, if not truly fulfill her or mollify her husband's latent discontent. Roll 1d20 and 1d6 to see who they are, and then we'll move onto the next generation. I'm thinking about making a myth generator so we can get some non-sexual stories relating to the pantheon, what do you think of doing something like that to flesh it out more once the pantheon's set in stone?
Rolled 7 (1d20)>>74553787
Rolled 9 (1d20)>>74553787Rolling Domain of the new godling
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>74553869I'm all in favour of 'The Wheel of Myths' if we can make one, would be great to see Eldest Forge God as Not another Manwhore>>74553870Here''s the Gender
Again I forgot to mention, can I get a 1d4 for their divinity?
Rolled 2 (1d4)>>74553922
>>74553902>Mature Aged Woman>>74553953>>74553870>Goddess of Children & LoveHow do you feel about them being the goddess of False, Bitter Love?>>74553902I have a few ideas percolating for it already, something like 1d12 myths for Prime Deities, 1d8 for Ancient Deities, and then going on from there on a table of abstract but workable hooks, X took something from Y, Z reacted to this by such-and-such. It'd be a neat way to have a real web going on and get a deeper glimpse into their personalities.
>>74554089Goddess of Heritage, charged with keeping genealogical records so people may know of their ancestry.
>>74554089>Goddess of False, Bitter LoveIt's perfect
>>74554089>>74554157A Goddess of Record Keeping and Heritage, she's her mother's secretary and the compiler of her father's playsShe also represent's Tragedy as an extension of the 'False, Bitter Love' thing
Nvm mind that>>74554177>>74554157This is perfect.
>>74554192As a goddess of record-keeping, she likely gets along with the god of wealth and commerce to a degree.Which surely incenses her mother greatly, considering history.
OP, is there anything else to roll this thread or shall we rest and theorycraft until the thread 404s, saving the rest for tomorrow?
>>74554305Well with this new goddess, we have a new marriage possibility, but that's up to OP
>>74554157The Goddess of Heritage & Record Keeping has been born, and she has her hands damnably full with the rest of her relatives, both distant and near. From time to time, she chronicles mortal dynasties and wonders how things could've changed, as well as >>74554269 strike up longwinded conversations on the nature of finance with her "uncle."
>>74554305>>74554330We have an overabundance of marriage possibilities and perhaps for the first time more goddesses than gods, but the thread's getting close to sliding off the board and it might be a good idea to let this generation stew while I work on refining the pastebin. The offspring of any given couple belong to the generation of whichever couple's is higher + 1, and affairs + marriages are going to be recorded beneath the generation of the younger partners, we could be looking at a fair few more generations but the blood is running thin and we're already on the verge of having an even 2/2 chance of Demigodhood, from there it's a 3/1, then >>74541223 as I've explained.Here's a couple of questions. Personally, which one's your favourite deity and which one's your least? What personalities do you think any number of given deities have, and how do you think they regard each other? What friendships and rivalries do you figure there are? Lastly, how do you feel about THESUNTHESUNTHESUN?
>>74554495Personally, I love Tide & Scheme. Tide, more for biased reasons. Scheme, just because she's an inevitable end game scenario, waiting to happen. That and her spark exploded into a huge ass extended family.>Also hyper-feminine gigantic otter made me laugh.We have a lot of meme based personalities for the eldest generations.Also, the sun requires more "sacrifices"
>>74554495Law-Dragon is definitely the coolest, just wish he'd had more luck with his wife and that she didn't cheat on him with a TulpaI feel like he's a bit of an outsider considering his status as the First Bastard and how his purview of Law interferes with everyone else's lives, not to mention how much he deals with the mortals, he probably gets a lot of visits from his grandchildren though, it gets awkward between them though because Law-Dragon can't really articulate his feelingsHis rivalry will inevitably be with the Storm-God, how that plays out will be no doubt, ridiculous, but we'll have to see on the 'Wheel Of Myths' if that ends up being canonHe probably takes issue with his son screwing his own Grandmother, not so much because it was incest but because they weren't wed when it happenedIs Probably besties with Mercy, Judgement, Assassins and the various Art Gods, as music and art is still a structured and Orderly process in the end, even if you need inspirationHe probably jerked his kids into existence after witnessing Inspiration have a happy family with the first Love GodThe sun is kind of a dick but his word is Law in a sense, let's just hope he's just a King-Sun as opposed to a Tyrant-Sun
>>74554495Something I really like is that throughout the whole thing is that all the ones imprisoned for things they couldn't control were freed and given happy lives.
>>74554660Well, partially. Scheme is still stuck within the arctic ice. Watching and waiting. The spark / shard that escaped due to Story Trickster and Winter is only that, a small piece of the whole. True that one shard found love, but the main body is still tormented and shackled.
>>74554655>The sun is kind of a dick but his word is Law in a sense, let's just hope he's just a King-Sun as opposed to a Tyrant-SunSo he's Pelor?
>>74554780He's Pelor if Pelor was okay with you beating your wife because that's what he does
>>74554617I agree, the Gods of the Tides and the Scheming Goddess are both extremely interesting, the former because he's a stillborn brought to life after the fact and earnestly loving, and the latter because she's an apocalyptic end-of-ages waiting to happen but also because she's a nuanced character in her own right, and we haven't even gotten into the mythology yet, only the family tree.>We have a lot of meme based personalities for the eldest generations.I've noticed that, and it's very interesting in and of itself.>Also, the sun requires more "sacrifices"I'll admit, I always hope for a 1 or 2 on affair rolls, but it has a way of slipping in a 3 instead.>>74554655Law-Dragon is a tragic figure in a way, but they're extremely sympathetic and badass, if only for their aesthetic and the fact that they're a God of Magic whose focus is on preventing magic. That's an interesting analysis on the relationships and I figure it's about on point. I also have to think, the God of the Sky & Storms also slept with his mother, and collaborated with the God of Fire to create the Scheming Goddess in a plan to cast down the Prime God of the Sun, possibly after he demanded the elder God of the Forge & Craftsmen's Demigod of Tragic, Doomed Love be beaten and smithed into a divine artifact over the weakness of their blood.>>74554660I agree, though the Scheming Goddess isn't fully freed, she's still frozen in the arctic and waiting for the ice to thaw so she can set the sky ablaze. How do you guys figure the God of Ice & Winter was involved with her prison? Do you think the Prime God of the Sun demanded it and he complied, or was it more urgent and rushed from the God of Fire and God of the Sky & Storms when they went to him out of desperation while their creation was rapidly gaining temperature? Also, what are your thoughts on the God of Fire inventing barbecue, and his son, the Demigod of Warmth and Camaraderie reining over the idea of the bromance?
>>74554796Pelor the Burning Hate is a thing:https://web.archive.org/web/20150929063558/http://community.wizards.com/comment/13724166
>>74554796To be fair, she did go behind his back to trick her own grandson into sleeping with her, more than likely with the aid of the Trickster God. Discovering that has got to get a reaction without much thought into it. Also, don't forget that later on when he found that she was happy in a relationship with the God of Ice & Winter, he turned a blind eye and accepted it. Of course, he was a hypocrite for having homosex with the God of Fire after cratering her and making the Deity of FIRE & Judgement. Yes, the Prime God of the Sun is an asshole by almost every metric, but I don't figure they're so one-dimensional. Do you think he regrets starting the pantheon after he's seen everything that's gone on with it?
>>74554906 The Reason why the Sun is so bright is because Sun-God is trying to blind himself from the madness he's accidentally unleashed upon the world, he's been so bright for so long that he's blinded himself to the joys his family has since experienced
>>74554834Considering that Ice-God (We really need to hash out some names here) and his brother broke into her prison which let the first spark escape, I'd say she was only frozen over after he showed up, initially she was kept in an Iron box forged by the Eldest and Youngest Forge Brothers who did it upon orders from their father to trap her before she ended everything
>>74554906I'm still wondering how he even saw/knew it all. He's still shining brighter than anything. So much so, he's blind to the world.>>74554834>the elder God of the Forge & Craftsmen's Demigod of Tragic, Doomed Love be beaten and smithed into a divine artifact over the weakness of their blood.This got me thinking. What if Fire God found out about this? He used the opportunity from Elder Forge boinging him to steal said artifact. He then brought it to Sky & Storm, and together tried to bring back the demi brother, but instead birthed the abomination, Scheming Goddess.
>>74555009A God of Tragedy freed from it's bonds becomes a creature of Madness and Scheming only to have the good parts of it's original soul slowly break off and cause good times, this is used to explain why you can see shooting stars
I'm going to be doing some RL business tomorrow and might not post a thread until much later, if at all that day, but I'll be refining the pastebin + doc and be posting the day after tomorrow for sure. You anons take care, we'll figure out the next few generations and see how long it is before the bloodline dwindles to effectively nothing. I'll be surprised if we don't crack a 100, which is obscene but I'm not certain how to prevent it from getting too out of hand, or if it even should, because there's a lot of fun in seeing the clusterfuck happen but a great deal of union there. You guys have been great, you all take care of yourselves and I'll be back when I can. Also, names, but that might be interesting to randomly generate using a sort of ad-hoc syllable chart, in and of themselves, or simply pull out of our collective asses, because there isn't much need for everything to be procedural. Then there's the prospect of entities outside the pantheon and monsters springing from within it, etc., it'll be what it'll be, but I've had a lot of fun doing it so far and hope you have to. Reminds me of old /tg/, Sun and Moon above I do miss it. G'night, I'll see you later.
>>74555165>*great deal of disunionGets all jumbled, is what I mean. There's something oddly therapeutic about editing the pastebin, by the way, but I don't know how to articulate it. I know for sure once this is done I'll try and refine a system for generating pantheons more intricately, but like I've said before- there's no need to rush.
>>74555009Perhaps that is why a spark could escape? The vessel was created and the soul of that demigod is what escaped, eventually finding a haven within the depths of the ocean, where even the gaze of the Sun cannot reach.Unfortunately, this left the vessel, who is embittered by being used as a tool for the ambition of some and concealment of others, discarded once she was no longer of use to them.That said, as flawed as he is, Elder Forgebro turned out to be my favorite once the truth of his son was revealed. Even if we do not say that it was the Demigod of the Spurned that was forged into an artifact by him, it could be that the creation of his Artefact was him experimenting with trying to bring life to an object and in a small way reverse his nephew's curse.
>>74554495As of this Thread, Harvest Goddess, what a complete Legend, >Hate your relationship so pull a Demeter and drop your duties to hang with mortals while looking for something>Proceed to find a farming village that is starting to go tits up because your not doing your job>Start doing your job in full view of everyone and immediately get hit on by a series of local lords>Bang all of them and birth a handful of demigods>Turns out you like being a mum, so decide to go back to your husband with renewed purpose>Tell him you'll come back to your job, but only if he mans up and gives you a baby>Turns out God-Sex is brilliant and your kid is wonderful>Proceed to repeat the process in more times with your husband then with the mortals because your actually starting to fall for him>Your Husband experiences a massive Ego-Boost from all the fucking and dearly loves all his children, even your bastards>Even with your kids grown your now actually in love with the man your husband has become because of your honest love>Live happily ever after until Myth-Wheel will inevitably fuck up the dynamicOh well, it's beautiful while it's there, so lets enjoy it while it lasts
>>74555165Good Night OP>>74555184I got that same feeling while doing that revised family tree.I'm gonna head out too. Night.
>>74555165Thanks muchly OP, we'll see you when we see you
>>74555184>I'll try and refine a system for generating pantheons more intricatelyDon't worry about it. The things you added are definitely fun, but I suspect the real fun would be in making your own houserules to fit whatever manner of flavor you want for your pantheon.That is, the constant incest and drama of cheating would not fit in someone looking for a more noble group of gods. So, leaving wiggle room for someone to put in their own spins would be best.
>>74555293Part of me feels a good house rule would be to possibly take a deity out of the running if it truly feels like their narrative has run its course. Might not work, but still something to think about.
>>74555207>nine NINE offspringHow can the other Harvest Goddesses even compete with that level of fertility?>>74555245>>74555259G'night lads, you all take care.>>74555293I meant more possible domains and a wider dice gradient of gender, as well as some more refinement of the possibilities for adultery. I'm still surprised that you haven't rolled the option for rape, but that might be very much for the best. Also for the inclusion of monsters/mortal heroes, etc., you get what I mean, not trying to make the pilfered and house-ruled generator we've been running with into something it's not. G'night to you too anon.>>74555360I know what you mean and I've been thinking of having most affairs focused within one generation of the initiator, with a narrow but always present possibility for elder gods getting involved with the more recent pantheon members and vice versa. Likewise, the respective ages of deities, if not their power levels corresponding to their generation. Prime > Primordial > Ancient, etc.