Re: Good Tricksters, Hare? Greg SEZ:

From: valkoharja <rintasaa_at_HaNpEIyGwggW65uPhvYbr6N94RtYTtnZGl4C3di8NPG8t7aBNBO3I54wl21DT-CfEsl>
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 12:42:38 -0000

Where does this put the "cultist"? A heortling who is in touch with Eurmal can presumably still be conscious, and have goals whe tries to achieve with the power of Eurmal. The cult writeup seems to suggest Eurmal only has disciples who have been swallowed up by the Trickster, bones and all, so that they are utterly random and untrustworthy.

Isn't there a sliding scale here too? A disciple of Eurmal is of course pretty much Eurmal walking the earth (as is a disciple of any other god), but what about people who would more accurately be decribed as devotees or especially initiates? I know these people don't much have a place in Heortling society, but a clever fellow could well sacrifice to Eurmal to achieve specific underhand things.


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