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Cavalier Attitude Towards Death
I'm curious: How do denizens see our characters in terms of being blessed with what essentially counts as 'immortality'(immortality being that we can't truly die unless we suicide or are perma-deleted)? Do they look on us as strange beings wearing the skin of mortals?
For that matter, how would a society with essentially-immortal characters view dying? A hindrance? A minor disease that's cured with a trip to Maya's halls or by the blessing of a priest/personal soulcage/starburst/forestal/alchemist? Would philosophies like 'Die for your cause', 'My life for AiurTe'Serra!' or 'Death before dishonour' have any emotional impact towards your character? Do death threats have as much frightening effect on you as they would towards denizens?
For the purposes of this discussion, let's leave out named denizens. They're another discussion entirely.