Talk:Americana (DnD Campaign Setting)/Gods
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Due to his recent negative comments made about D&D players you may want to get McCain in here somewhere. -- Sepsis 14:01, 29 August 2008 (MDT)
- That assumes that he's elected president. Also, it makes mention of a pantheon of Four Evil gods, so far we have Nixon, Hoover, and Harrison. Instead of advocating Bush (possibly the Aggravator?), I'll suggest we used Andrew Johnson.
- What did McCain say (whoever he is)? --Sam Kay 13:47, 30 August 2008 (MDT)
- I've seen what he said. ADD HIM! --Sam Kay 09:20, 28 September 2008 (MDT)
- Archivist here, and I at least will not be adding McCain into the preexisting pantheon for three reasons. One, I don't want to make this an intensely political thing, which would destroy its purpose. Two, doing something like that would be rather petty- we want to show them that these Basement-Dwelling-Nerds know a thing or two about courtesy in war, no matter what level the battle is at. And three, McCain didn't say that: some fuckbend on his staff did.
- Which doesn't mean I wouldn't be up for McCain and Obama showing up, say, in a quest as two New Gods dueling for a spot in the pantheon, and the players get to help swing the balance. But in the interest of keeping the setting as is relatively pure, no McCain as preexisting.
- Also, to clarify: I'm still definitely voting Obama. And I agree on Johnson for the fourth spot, but I just can't figure out how to write him in. I could use some help here. Bush Jr. will be a Minor Evil God (again, don't want to make this overtly political, but I'm surprised he has any support left), along with two others also not decided yet. --The Archivist 15:32, 28 September 2008 (MDT)
Eh. Pretty late to put this in, but I would suggest using Grant as an evil god. Evil not in name or actions, but evil because of association.
Read the book titled American Gods. Might give you some ideas.09:00, 5 December 2008 (MST)