Talk:The Nihilith (3.5e Deity)

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The idea in an of itself is interesting, yet entirely paradoxical. Nihilism professes that regardless of the action one takes the end result will always be the same, therefore action is pointless. Why would anyone (the worshippers you describe) with such a philosophy worship an entity, when they could just as easily not worship that power to the same end? Jota 00:35, 9 January 2009 (MST)

Well, the situation is a little different than that, I wasn't intending for Nihilist to be worshiping the entity, but instead that the entity itself was an incarnation of Ninilism, thus explaining his actions and view point of the world, but his worshipper may not exactly know what he is, of course you could also go with the explination that all of his worshippers are completely insane. → Rith (talk) 20:24, 16 January 2009 (MST)
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