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Shalltear says, "I need to go catch butterflies now, in His name."Cepheuss utters a deep, rumbling laugh.Calling out boldly, Cepheuss attempts to rally Shalltear to his cause.Kiet ponders the situation.Insid'atori Kiet Aristata al-Azhan says in a clear, confident voice, "Yes..."Stheno runs her fingertips absently over a butterfly-shaped rune.You nod your head at Shalltear, showing your acceptance.Saeva laughs with a bright smile.Saeva says, "Ensure to pluck their wings for good measure."Saeva says darkly, "That'll teach them."You say in Mhaldorian with a flowing, cultured accent, "May you terrorize such pretty, small insects well, slave, and use the gold to strengthen yourself."Stheno smiles softly at Saeva.Shalltear giggles happily.
That's not true. You don't -need- a Divine to have a good org, and Eleusis has always had a strange anti-Divine citizenry. Divine were fine if they handed out gifts and socialised somewhat, but once they tried to steer or even nudge the village? Besides, it wasn't the Divine who really steered the (previous?) direction, that was me, Ellodin and the other Hierophants at the time. The Divine -supported- that direction, but even the Viridian Charter was meant to be interpreted in ways that allow you to choose either peaceful means or violent ones.Mercer said:It really is a Catch-22 with Eleusis. All we ever hear is that we cannot solve our problems without a Divine to help facilitate the needed changes, and we can't attract a Divine because Eleusis sucks and needs change.
I haven't seen a God in Eleusis in the time I've been playing Achaea, so I really can't speak to what happened Way Back When. All I can say is that Eleusis represents a very sizeable chunk of the playerbase and has been left essentially adrift for a very long time now. On a game that prides itself for its quality above all others, that is a very unfortunate thing.
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(Order): Deucalion says, "There is little that man will not copulate with."