Alex responding to Peter:
> You're basing your whole argument as to the "core" definition of
> Greater God on a document that does cite Dayzatar (and worse...)
> as one, of course. It's not clear that your suggested reconciliation
> of the various senses of "great god" is entirely consistent with
> any of them.
Just to inject another definition of Great God (besides
main cultural deity of a nation and holder of a core rune):
I don't have the HW book at hand, but I recall having read
somewhere that a great god is a god which "knows" the secret
of life, death and existence.
A generation comes and a generation goes,
but the earth remains the same forever -- Ecclesiastes 1:4
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