Following a Pantheon


When you follow a pantheon of deities I advise you to make notes on them from any book that’s mentioned plus a note of the book the deity was mentioned in. This means you can easily search computer notes for a deity connected with X, rather than having to wade through lots of books.

Just because deities are in the same pantheon it doesn’t mean that they get on with one another. Think about family arguments that you’ve been involved in, except with deities it goes a bit further when X has killed Y’s son/daughter, so be careful who you put on your altar.

I also advise reading up on your pantheon repeatedly. We need to understand our deities and memory degrades over time.

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