Oh hey, I was just thinking, Kaze's probably a very important deity to sailors, seeing as they need wind to take their ships from place to place. Which got me thinking of The Legend of Zelda: Windwaker. Which got me thinking I should buy a Wizard's Wand and pretend it's a Windwaker. xd
But I guess Kaze wouldn't like me claiming I can control the wind with a piece of wood. sweatdrop Scratch that idea. xp
Apollus and Eirmehz FTW! ^___^ Aww, heck Kaze FTW too.
I think it's kinda sacriligeous to be associated with three gods, but I really can't pick. sweatdrop Especially since I wear dark colours all the time.
Aww, jeez, Seth. You've outdone yourself this time!
Nah, there's nothing wrong with not devoting yourself to any of the Gods in particular. After all, Veseta requires that you believe in all of the Gods; whether or not you choose to worship one of them moreso than the others is your own personal decision.
Ah, two more for the Famikaze? Feleji fejoavrei, Robyn ne Billy! 3nodding
So hey, this "Gaiata" language - how'd you come up with it? Er, I mean.. *gets in character* How'd you manage to translate the ancient holy scriptures? ninja
You know, I know I said I wouldn't subscribe to any of these denominations, but I think I'm gonna go with Kaze - I like that whole "wandering nomad" idea. I go where the wind takes me, baby. 3nodding
The ability to speak Gaiata was bestowed upon Brother Trisk and myself the first time that we were in the presence of the Gods. When I awoke in the clearing, I could speak the holy language with no explanation as to how the knowledge had developed.
((As for OOC, Gaiata is a language that has been developed by Trisk and is still being developed as we require new words and phrases. As time goes on and I'm more comfortable speaking it, then we'll probably start to populate the dictionary and hypothetical phrasebook together.))
I just wish to Kaze that I knew what that meant. sweatdrop
It basically translates as "Welcome to the ranks of those who follow the wind."
Ellusive: Well, Vulcagni is somewhat akin to a God of War; his followers are constantly in training and kill for sport and are incredibly violent. It shouldn't come as any surprise that Gaians often pray to Vulcagni before entering battle. 3nodding