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13 hours ago, Tindalos said:

Minlister is nandani gendered, along with some of their cultists, given how brewing has typically been seen as feminine work. 

So that means that beer is now gender fluid in Glorantha?

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1 minute ago, soltakss said:

Not German Beer, presumably?

Bavarian beer, even, although probably not brewed in Germany. There are some "Helles" (light beer, Bavarian style) which have low content of original wort.

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My Glorantha replaces Orlanth with Indlas Somer, so it isn't heretical but rather it is the Most Correct Glorantha, the One True Glorantha of which all other Gloranthas are just shadows.

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I feel like I may not have been believed for my previous post.

Indlas Somer

Lord of the Endless Surf

Born the very hour that the Sun first appeared in the Sky at the Dawn, Indlas Somer found a new world of oppressive rules and stifling traditions. He rejected the depressing vision of the dogmatists and the judges of morality, and sought a life of hedonism and enjoyment. He quested mightily, and succeeded in carving his own place out of the world: a place for friends and celebration of the good things Life has to offer.

    Members of the cult enjoy fast chariots, loud music, a festival around a roaring fire on the beach, and all sorts of indulgences. Indlas lived for the moment, never thinking of tomorrow and forgetting yesterday, generally out for a good time, and subject to no rules except his own, and he expects his followers to follow suit.

Entry Requirements: Must be willing to embrace hedonism.

Abilities: Dance, Find Food and Drink, Mythology of Indlas Somer, Ride Chariot or Ride Horse, Sing, Swim.

Virtues: Hedonistic, Musical.

Affinities:

s  Live Fast (Comfort Song ritual, Heal Quickly, Instantly Start Fire, Never Stop Moving, Nullify Restraining Magic)

`   Rider of Waves (Command Giant Clam, Command Water Daimon, Hold Breath, Never-ending Breaker, Ride Wave, Summon Sharks, Summon Water Daimon ritual)

j    Freedom (Dismiss Daimon, Dismiss Essence, Dismiss Spirit, Escape Capture, Knock Out)

Other Side: Indlas Somer never thought about the future, and his followers follow suit.

Worshippers: Hedonists.

Other Connections: Indlas Somer has fought for and against many gods from many pantheons.

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On 7/23/2021 at 1:41 PM, Darius West said:

What is to say that this isn't presently the case in Glorantha?  Is it not possible that theist magic is merely a different form of this sorcery?  The gods haven't been very active since time began.😉

The Gods couldn't play nice, so they have been put on the naughty step.

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9 hours ago, AlHazred said:

My Glorantha replaces Orlanth with Indlas Somer, so it isn't heretical but rather it is the Most Correct Glorantha, the One True Glorantha of which all other Gloranthas are just shadows.

Most excellent!

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