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  • The Statue of the Goddess Bag

    Alshian wrote: »
    Negumiko wrote: »
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    Statue of goddess bag....sounds like your going to have to carry a statue on your back, with extra weight of items inside xD

    -You feel the weight of the situation getting heavy on you-

    milletians are basically gods now with demi god and nascent divinity out there. a goddess statue should be as light as a feather for milletians that have played through g10 or further.

    Funny, because of G22 a little rolling ball made short work on us in a cutscene and a character named Vayne aka Balor just walked through it like nothing. Questioning if we are really the Hero Milletian.

    And as far as I had seen, we are not Gods, maybe a demi but not Gods. Something like Nascent only just contribute to our Demi God hood, another step to being a said God but likely not even close.

    Although not dying a normal way does not really make us Gods either, it just means we "are too angry to die" and just keep coming back to finish the job, a simple way to defeat us is to seal us away would be enough which Goddess Morrighan tried to do and Cichol trying to banish us from the land of Erinn.

    We are only called as Gods from the eyes of mortals because we hold more power than them as well as not dying the normal way for them but far to being a real god or even A god in general.

    Think of us like Doomguy from D00M, we are just a bunch of badasses. He is not a god, he is just too good at his "work".

    actually the word nascent means "just coming into existence and beginning to display signs of future potential." so we're an actual deity, just a baby one. we still have yet to age and fully explore our potential - plus the fact we're a deity belonging to another world rather than this one makes it harder. (If we were in the other world I imagine we would be able to maintain our form no problem and seem like an actual god - basically calm morrighan and angry morrighan.)

    Plus Balor is something like a demon lord or archfiend. the gods have been challenged by all sorts of creatures before, such as the Dragons. Beings like the Fairy King and Fairy Queen also hold tremendous power that could rival a gods as well, so it could be that Balor is basically on a similar tier. the fact we're so close on our own makes him practically salivate at the chance of being able to finally fight someone 'on his level.' fair and square - someone who could give him the ending to his story that he actually wanted, instead of the wimpy one he was given at the hands of Lugh. Meme relevant.

  • Post your favourite plot hole

    again why i'm not a fan of the elf story - black haired elves being the almost literal black sheep and thusly scapegoats to prevent a war that was going to happen anyway regardless. the whole struggle castanea did seems practically pointless in the end, which if they had used TH as an allusion to the reason WHY black haired elves were picked, instead of just 'oh they're bad luck blah blah blah', then things would be at least a little deeper. As is, the elf story to me seems half assed - then again so does the story for the giants.

    As for cessair one can put together the clues told in both G4-8 as well as both sagas to get a fair understanding of who and what they are. Part of a more interesting story is not what is explicitly written in black and white but what is also implied. If you only took what they directly told you as fact then everyone in erinn has a HUD and can see everyone's names over their heads among other stupid shenanigans that kill any sort of authenticity to *anything* written down, not to mention that every npc in erinn is at least as strong as or nearly as strong as your own demigod character, which makes one wonder why they need you in the first place.