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OP, you cannot take your personal definition of a God from this world, and then apply it to a completely different world where Gods are actually confirmed to exist. On Gielnor, what separates a God from a Mortal?

The answer is simple - Gods possess a large amount of divine energy, will not die of natural causes, do not have an after life, and their energy can be absorbed by other beings. That is what a God is in this world. The Elder Gods may be stronger, older, and superior in pretty much every way, but that is why they are Elder Gods, and not just normal Gods.

AesirWarrior said:
Gods do not have to be omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent or any of that stuff.


It's also worth mentioning that even if Gods did need to fulfill that criteria, the Elder Gods would still fail.

"Not even the Elder Gods know all and see all."
-Zaros
Beneath the gold, the Bitter Steel.

10-Jul-2016 16:33:30

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