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Fathios is a worshipper of the Earthmother, although I have a theory: Elune is the Earthmother, the Tauren simply know her by a different name than the Night Elves, so they are unknowingly worshiping the same goddess.
"This means that the Dwarves and the Earthen may share a common ancestry—an idea which the Dwarves find abhorrent."You mean the Dwarves and the Troggs? The previous sentence seems to imply that.Also, Neltharion is Deathwing, Blackwing is his son Nefarion.
Twilight's Hammer? It used to be just an orc clan but it definitely has many, many non-orc followers these days.I suppose it may be considered an 'organization', despite being essentially an apocalypse cult.
My characters ingame are based on my own characters of my own fictional universe, but the story has theological elements that one could tie to a few ingame religions (I've worked on this story a long time, and I have no idea how each piece was inspired, but WoW was not a source I drew upon).Church of the Holy Light -> The Skolar, a quasi-religious establishment, focuses not on dieties but enlightenment and compassion for fellow men, and helped bring an end to human conflict in their world - with a little "assistance" from powerful but peaceful beings.Mystery of the Makers -> Calling themselves Guardians, these beings (mentioned above) are neither creators nor controllers, but have had a large hand in manipulating history for the better, and founded the Skolar on their own ideals. Their own mystical nature, however, has had them grasping at straws trying to understand their own place in the grand scheme of things, and they spent much of their time searching for answers. The most they managed to decipher was a cryptic tale of a race of dragon-like beings, a dissilusioned prince that abandoned his kingdom*coughferelcough*, and a "Nightmare of God"...Followers of the Old Gods -> In the Guardians' quest for understanding themselves, they find many ruins with clues to an ancient beginning. Unfortunately, before they can piece the puzzles together, they accidently unleash an ancient being of unfathomable evil trapped amidst the rubble. This being, capable of horrendous corruption, destroys the Guardians (only two are able to survive in a weakened spirit-state) and begins a centuries-long struggle for the universe's survival.TL;DR - whatd'ya think? :3
I haven't really given my characters' religion much thought. My undead mage would probably be an atheist, as religion doesn't really come into the picture for her. My draenei shaman probably has to figure out how to balance his worship of both the Light and the Elements, but I haven't given it much thought. I have been pondering rolling a dwarven character, and they'd definitely follow the Mystery of the Makers; it'd give mining a nice RP-flair, having them looking for Titan artifacts as they gather materials.
it is possible, except for the undead's religion that all exist maybe its just meanyways when i get into an RP my DK will be athiest just not time for such things
My Blood Elf priest I sometimes RP with is a firm follower of the Holy Light :DNight Elf, ofc Elune. <3I could actually imagine Elune to be really hawt too...
Great job with this, really sums up the whole sort of... "gods" and religions in WoW.Queggy, you are now in my Top 5 Bloggers (which I never thought would happen, actually =P)