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Subj: Re: Honest question
Posted: Sat Nov 20, 2021 at 08:40:27 am EST (Viewed 233 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Honest question
Posted: Fri Nov 19, 2021 at 11:54:59 pm EST (Viewed 260 times)
Quote:We do not know what this God of Hammers is, or where he comes from. Maybe he has no connection to Asgard at all though I suspect he will. Why is there a God of Hammers? Maybe to have a new, powerful foe worthy of a story.
Obviously, but that doesn't really answer my question.
Quote:By your definition Ares would be more powerful than Thor. After all Ares is The God of War and Thor is a Thunder God with a hammer. Mjolnir was a fundamental force to the Vikings and even earlier incarnations' of the Gods.
I don't follow your logic at all, at least as it relates to my reasoning that a God of War would be more powerful (or higher in station) than a God of Hammers.
Quote:It was the thunder and lightening that slew the giants to protect mankind. Using beards, gauntlets, or belt buckles as a comparison seems to me a bit petty.
My point was that a god of a specific kind of object seems... odd. At least the God of Cereal represented agriculture, and a variant form of Shiva the Destroyer.
Quote:You absolutely have the right to your opinion and state it here.
I wasn't stating an opinion, I was asking a question as it relates to godhood titles.
Quote:Just do not be offended that I see it in a different sort of light. I get it that you are being sarcastic in the straw example but the hammers and jock straps is-well weird.
It was light-hearted. Being the god of a type of object strikes me as odd, and a station reserved for the most minor of gods in general.
Quote:Once more this is a critique of your post, NOT a personal attack against you.
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