TNP Pantheon

Romanoffia

Garde à l'eau!
Here is your current list of Gods of The North Pacific (subject to periodic update). WORSHIP THEM! DO THEIR BIDDING!




Note: This is extremely funny if you know your Greek Mythology. :lol:
 
*tries to work out why Abbey Anumia is Hecate, Goddess of Witchcraft*

Eluvatar as Hephaestus makes sense, his coding etc - not sure Elu is a cripple though.

PS: If I'm right and thats Aphrodite, perfect for Unibot!

PPS: Where's my deity? :cry:
 

r3naissanc3r

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*tries to work out why Abbey Anumia is Hecate, Goddess of Witchcraft*
That is not Hecate. Despite the variations in who made the twelve, Hecate was rarely (never?) included among the Olympians.

As far as I can tell from my iPhone's tiny monitor, Abbey's is holding an owl and a sword, meaning that she is Athena (Minerva for the Romans). Athena was primarily goddess of wisdom and warfare.
 

mcmasterdonia

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r3naissanc3r:
Kingborough:
*tries to work out why Abbey Anumia is Hecate, Goddess of Witchcraft*
That is not Hecate. Despite the variations in who made the twelve, Hecate was rarely (never?) included among the Olympians.

As far as I can tell from my iPhone's tiny monitor, Abbey's is holding an owl and a sword, meaning that she is Athena (Minerva for the Romans). Athena was primarily goddess of wisdom and warfare.
That sounds more like Abbey.
 

Ravenna

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unibot:
Goddess of Love, Unibot. ;)
No, Aphrodite is "Someone in drag" actually. And it's me.

Roman, why you didn't write my name hmm? I hope you'll update that ;)

 
@r3n - Makes more sense. I simply assumed Hecate as she was the most powerful goddess I could think of who was symbolised by the owl.
 
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