@Crimson: "sending up a ring of mountains around a deep valley" is a classic AP action (unless you intend for the mountains to disappear when you leave, or something like that), as you are, in a sense, 'commanding' the earth to bend around your person. I kind of like the idea of a circular mountain range as a focal point for our planet.
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or a curse depending on how you see it!
hehe! thats funny! A god of fire being cold!
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@Crimson Vampire: Apologies but I spend some AP before I read your request. Would it cost me any AP to create a whip of ice? Either way, If you ask my god in-game, she probably would fulfill this request, even if it means using my last AP for the week.It was my intention to create an icy ring of mountains on top of the planet since before the game began, so sorry for interfering though, but if you have any objections you can easily destory these glaciers.
Just a quick question.Although out of any education at the moment, it is my intention to go to university to study concept art within the next two years, and this thread is giving me some pretty cool ideas.Would anyone have any objections of me creating some concept art/illustrations based on the descriptions of their gods. I'd hope it's fine but I really have to get into the habit of asking for permissions, can land someone in my career path a lot of trouble assuming they can use others ideas.Please note I'm mainly out of education because I really need to practice concept art (I only started drawing at all two years ago) so if I can create some artwork based on your descriptions, I will link you to it somewhere, but don't expect anything incredible. (Alas, it may be quite poor, it really is based on my mood at time of drawing)
He said to me: "It is done. I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End. To him who is thirsty I will give to drink without cost from the spring of the water of life. -Revelation 21:6
Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom the bells tolls; it tolls for thee.-John Donne, Meditation XVII
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