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  • If Nemesis was so vocal about being the only god, why would Lethys team up with him if he knew that Nemesis would eventually kill him?
    • Lethys teamed up with Nemesis to keep Nemesis from killing him right away. He probably was hoping he would be spared or that he could find a way to survive somehow.
    • Maybe Ol' Blue had plans of his own, after disposing of your annoying red-boy butt.
  • Nemesis attempts to kill the player on Land One by attacking the village. Why didn't he: A, go for the other village as well, B, attack the temple/Creature, or C, attempt to attack the player on any of the other lands?
    • That bugged me too, especially when he destroyed Khazar so easily and completely ignored the player.
    • You were an afterthought perhaps? He was just working down a list of possible threats and you, the new and low-powered god, were somewhere near the bottom. Not much of an explanation, but I imagine killing Khazar or ex-Nemesis creature was a lot harder than it looked.
  • If gods in this game die when they have no followers, why don't the humans agree to only worship benevolent gods?
    • If you knew that God only definitely existed, but could literally drop a two-storey tall ball of fire on your house at a whim, conjure magic lighting, and otherwise bring his terrible wrath upon you at even the slightest hint of desertion (remember, you can monitor belief in this game) would you honestly believe that everyone would agree not to worship such a being?
      • One problem with that plan, actively choosing not to worship a particular deity requires you to acknowledge their existence. I'm not sure what the rules on what constitutes worship but since you can continue to exist without active worship I think it's safe to assume that people who believe you exist are enough to keep you alive even if they choose not to actively worship you to avoid giving you the ability to kill them. Which defeats the entire purpose since you can still kill them and scare others into falling in line.
    • For the same reason you still do what a Jerkass boss tells you to do, or a particularly scary gangster, or follow the speed limit when driving in front of a police vehicle, or stay the hell away from a bear that's attacking your campsite.
    • Besides, these people? The apathetic, near-vegetative morons, who cannot agree to screw until your divine hand personally puts plug A into slot B? I don't think so.
    • You are all forgetting the ability to sacrifice people for belief.
  • For the people that played all of Black and White: Creature Isle...Is "The Source" a case of Urban Legend of Zelda or Guide Dang It???? Because after getting the ring of the Brotherhood and THEN fighting everyone in the dojo for the Gauntlets of Power nothing seems to change at all and there was a screenshot going around that demostrates that your creature can use the telekinesis power of The Source in combat but nothing that I do in the isle seems to imply any change or progress or being able to do that, nor is there any hint in the scripts. So, what is it?
    • AND speaking of the script from the Vanilla game, those First Person toughs of the creature that describes to itself the action it is doing. WHY is it doing it, a case of Dummied Out or Guide Dang It? Because I find it HARD to believe that something THAT important was Dummied Out. It's a pain already to see the same message of "your creature wants to be kind and generous" just to discover that it's something that he does for reasons that comes right the fuck out of nowhere and wasn't EVEN inspired by my teaching.
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