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Ragnarok

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seeker

Subj: Now that's interesting...
Posted: Wed May 06, 2009 at 01:30:00 pm EDT (Viewed 91 times)
Reply Subj: Why not a god from his own pantheon?
Posted: Wed May 06, 2009 at 01:22:37 pm EDT (Viewed 25 times)

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The Korbonites had their own pantheon of gods. The priests were enraged that Bill was being worshipped as one. If the Korbonite gods are real and still exist might they have issues with Bill associating with alien gods or depriving them of worship. If they are real would not Bill be pissed that they did nothing while the Korbonites suffered? I could see interesting possibilities. Bill has been answering the god question a lot recently. The Skrulls thought the prophecy from Kly'bn was an answer to why he had not done more to protect them. How would Bill feel when confronted by his own native gods?



I hadn't considered that option, but it certainly does open up new possibilities. What happens to a Pantheon when there planet is destroyed? I think the most intriguing aspect of Bill is that he straddles the mythological and science fiction. The two genres have so much in common, with some folks even calling Star Wars or Star Trek modern myths, that it's natural to bring them together. Great suggestion. Anyone at Marvel listening????



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