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Make up a patron deity or personification of your city or closest city
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>>63979635
>Founded by a minor Merchant Tycoon that went on to be a minor god of Industry
>One of several settlements to originally share the name.
I can dig it.
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Dal Lass
She killed the leader of the free world once.
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>>63979635
Used to be a deity of Song and Freedom, a kind of lackadaisical 'small town' goddess writ large.

Now it's just a crack-head of a god. Constantly stoned/high/twitching and trying to be musical again, but mostly failing.
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>>63979635
Do patron saints count?

An axe-wielding saint king whose body was miraculously preserved after his death in battle against the heathens, making him the eternal spiritual king of the kingdom.
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>>63979635
>tfw your city already has a patron deity/personification
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>>63979635
Rannveig:
The goddess of taxes, impotence, self-righteousness and feminism.
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>>63979635
>Personification

A aged and rusted steel giant, who wields a great hammer and smokes opiates. His eyes smoulder with dying fires and his passage sickens the water, killing scores of fish.
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>Pōneke the Black Lioness
Mainly known as a minor figure in the myths of the Great Trickster, who rescued her from the maw of a giant fish. Pōneke's own saga tells of her separation from her lover by the Sea of Bitter Leaves; she is said to walk along the northern shore, reciting the songs of love that they used to share.

In general, Pōneke is a gloomy and fickle goddess known for her skill in the arts. Actors pay Pōneke particular honour in their own way, refusing to mention her name directly and never performing plays that mock her. Her signs are in the flights of birds, especially seabirds or birds of ashen colour.

>Other epithets
Mistress of the South Wind, She-Who-Watches-The-Water
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>>63979894
>Do patron saints count?
Probably better honestly.
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>>63980041
minga oida
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>>63979635
>The Fractal Diety
>Is a being that is referred to by several names, despite its more common name being used by all outsiders.
>Is a being centered on seclusion and strife.
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>>63979635
Torontonia. Carries a large phallic spear. Patron deity of diversity and irrelevance.
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>>63979635
>Bochum
I guess some sort of past-his-prime miner?
Maybe qt, sud covered kobold?
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>>63979635
Former goddess of debauchery and wealth, forced to slowly cede that role to another as she transitions into a goddess of invention.
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>>63979635
Tralka Wenu,The god of the thunderous sky, the corrupted fisherman, destroyer of coasts and forger of iron.
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>>63979635
MY city? I can some up my City and my State with one word: Dairy.
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>>63979635
>Oh, you wonder why no one lives in the valley?An old deity lives there!
>Once every winter there will be a huge rain and the valley fills up with water. During that time this great being awakes and swins the new formed lake. During this time you can go visit this great beast!
>But like everything, the water starts to fade away, the great beast merges with the earth below, and once the water is gone all there is left is fertile ground for cultivation.

This legends is from little guys named Tripos. Little fellas come to live when it rains hard and lay eggs before the water is drained.

Pic unrelated i don't know what face to give the narrator
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>>63980649
>Tripos
Fuck i mean Triops
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>>63979635
She of the Green Sash is a plain-looking small goddess of gardens and the arts. She's also in close cahoots with a god of knowledge, which puts some decent schools in her realm. Doesn't quite know whether she'd rather enter the big leagues or stay the small goddess that she is now. You might meet her high priest at the library or theater without even knowing it. Very fond of holidays, and her favorite food offerings are pretzels and crab. She has many sisters, all of whom came to be through the work of a man now considered the patron saint of economic recovery by many (though it should be noted that he has some detractors).
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>Al'Burki
>patron deity of alchemy and highway robbery
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We've already got one.
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>>63980639
Dairos, God of dairy, sparse yards on holidays, and PECKERHEADS THAT REV THEIR FUCKING ENGINES TOO LOUD DOWN THE STREET. FUCK.
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>Mount Gambier, SA
A fat bogan with a hybrid mullet/rat tail hairstyle constantly smoking a ciggy. He is well past his prime despite his insistance that he'll glass you cunt.

Is eternally bitter that he never has a chance to use his volcano powers anymore.
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A woman floating on a barge of roses weeping eternally and prone to mood swings best describes Portland I feel.
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>>63979635
I live in a city called Gryphon's Forest.
Take from that what you will. The local cathedral is dedicated to Saint Nicholas, patron saint of sailors and merchants, among others. The second biggest church is dedicated to Saint Mary, the church itself is nicknamed "Thick/Chubby/Wide Mary" because of its wide construction.
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>>63980515
>>63980412
>>63980041
Let me guess, you play The Dark Eye?
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>>63979635
Houston, Texas. Is there a bipolar god that is constantly angry and at war with itself? Shit, that just might mean /v/ is it's patron saint/god
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>>63981414
Used to, but me and my group are more into traditional, combat heavy dungeon crawling, which DSA doesn't really lend itself to so we switched to Pathfinder.

Good guess though.
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>>63979635
Primordial God of Fire who sleeps beneath the city that was built upon it.

One day he will awake and destroy all that we hold dear, until then we profit from travelers who come far and wide to stand in his presence.
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>>63979635
M'eth- The Disabled God, Eldest of His Line.
Seriously. My town is known for three things.The highest per capita meth busts, the largest population per capita in the state of disabled (physically and mentally) persons and from 2000 to 2010, the average resident age went from 42 to 54. For some reason we got a huge influx of old people that moved here and, since there are few opportunities, the young ones left. But, hey. The housing market is cheap and the cops are funded by a pair of multi- millionaire brothers that live here and are actually good for the town.
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>Tijuana
Something to do with donkeys and travellers I guess.
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Quick Reminder that those stuck up "Philosophers" got their ass kicked in by a bunch of jocks and then got their ass kicked a century later by King Phillip and finally taken over.
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St. Screwston the Incontinent.

Looks like Cuphead, but with a foam cup.
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>>63979635
Fire bird of commerce who's key clientele are travelers from out of state, especially during the winter time
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>>63979635
>Shikago, Patron Goddess of Street Food, Corruption, and Missing Every Fucking Field Goal Holy Shit What The Fuck Even Was That Kick?
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>>63979635
>Deity of Sea, Trade and Protection
>very moody and temperamental, kind of a recluse even in his far-flung branch of the pantheon
>is into weaboo shit, also bros with whales
>avatar is a huge fuck-off tiger
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>>63979635
Kennewick. God of meth and reggaeton.
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God of swamps, crime, and fear.
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>god of wisdom, farmers, and cheese
>at odds with all other local gods >unpronounceable name, not because the name of the city is hard to pronounce, but on account of all the pollaks that live there
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>>63984603
You already got you a patron saint.
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>>63979635
Edmon, God of Oil and contrasting seasons, a hardy god is he, but they say that if his wells ran dry he might fall sick, dearly sick, and it does not help that he has been voluntarily taking in small portions of many other non-western gods, though these portions may seem interesting and nice they may turn into a burden that could lead to his death once he begins to grow sick. His weapon of choice is a hollow spear which he uses to peirce the earth, letting liquid gold enrich his followers, though this spear may soon grow to useless to put in the effort of pulling out once push comes to shove.
>>63980449
Kek
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Georgios and Cygnus, typically represented by young, cherub-like twins; one male and one female, struggling to lift a gigantic wheel of fortune. When luck favors them they're among the mightiest gods in the pantheon, but when inverse fortune strikes they seem aged far beyond their years.
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>>63979635
Probably just Slaanesh desu all the degenerates around here belong on a cross.
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Terminas Pacifica
>a two faced sea giant made of glass, steel, granite, cedar, and water. It is the god of dichotomy: between old and new, rich and poor, urban and nature, gentrification and decay. Never satified with a hollowness of riches it faces forward moving towards hollow glory as it leaves a wake of floatsam, opiates and cannabis
Vancouver
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My city had originally the name of a celt sun god (Lug). That name changed over the centuries to Lyon (not unlike the animal). It was one of the big centres of the printing press industry and also where the cinema was invented. Every year there's also a big festival of lights in the streets on the 8th of december.
So I guess the patron deity would be a lion-headed lampbearer, bringing the light of progress in people's hearts.
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I have no idea what to do for London beyond some memeshit.
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>>63979635
>a patron deity
>personification of your city or closest city

no way, fag
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>>63984603
What's good my nigga? dirty jersey got a little bit of everything. She's a bitch living in the shadow of a giant apple.
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An ancient goddess, reliable yet often overlooked due to her bigger sister, and has been in many a pantheon throughout her life. She loves dearly her son, a demigod who was blessed by the muses of song, but has somewhat disowned his mother (which she doesn't want anyone to know).
When the pantheon was in great turmoil and the father of the gods was split asunder, the troubled gods bestowed her with the task to lead the panthon until they could put their king back together. When the godking rose again, she returned his scepter without a shred of reluctance, and ever since she has been sitting peacefully at her river. But since she sat on the throne of the gods once, she may never be completely free of its shackles.

Guess the city.
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>>63979635
Grizzled old centurion God, constantly bitter about having been relegated by the other Gods to a miserable northern swamp. Warlike, but without a very good grasp of actual warfare as much as the backroom politics of them. He does however enjoy a good siege every now and then. He eventually went on to conquer the rest of the lands of the Old Gods, after which he promptly gave himself a pat on the back and went into retirement. He now builds and paints little model cars as a hobby.
>Turin, Italy
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>>63989636
Canberra?
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>>63989991
Canberra is still the capital of Australia, so no.
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>>63989636
Montgomery.
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>>63981455
maybe Gork/Mork? Khorne? some Aztec god we forgotten about?
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>>63979635
>literally Gaia
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>>63990092
Nope.

A hint: European.
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>>63981455
God of not acting dumb
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The heraldic animal of my town is a swan which I suppose could be mythologized into a form of tutelary deity around hissing and having a go at literally everyone
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>>63990218
Or that one time Zeus turned into a swan and raped a chick which has VERY graffic renaissance images painted based on it.
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>>63990241
The old masters did like a bit of smut, basically all their art was just a cover to draw naked people and the randy parts of myths.
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>>63990294
It is a simple truth that we are not taught as children, but that is true nevertheless: 90% of art is porn.
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Do Saints count?
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Sidwell
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>>63990438
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justus_of_Trieste
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>>63979635
Vigilia, The Watcher. The goddess of justice, vigilance, and navy. She has a legion of azure angels, who are honored by the city's order of knights.
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>>63979635
>Myr'Tal
Minor goddess of shorelines, commerce, and petty criminals. Wildly jealous of her older brother Char'Elton who is the main god of trade, the ocean, and crime
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>A golden yellow gryphon with a ruby crown
>Patron god of Malmö, god of commerce, travel, the sea, and lack of borders.
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>>63979635
My city literally has St. Andrew as its patron
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>>63979635
They'd be the patron god of hippies and drug-addicted shitheads.
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>>63989036
A beautiful maiden who can be summoned if you post LONDON in all caps
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The Guardian lives in a stone hut by a large river. Shaman, sorcerer, wizard, hermit, guardian, they call him many names, there is no true word in any tounge that can truly tell what he is really.

When you meet the old sorcerer, a sense of unease gets a hold of you. He looks into your eyes and you see wisdon and madness and the two seem to wrestle for control over him. He radiates a strange sense of sadness, you can feel it that he had seen a lot and lost a lot. Is he cursed? Or is he blessed, for he was able to endure it? He invites you in, his house is furnished with old, antique furniture loaded with old tomes on almost every vertical surface. The Shaman and his little abode reek of history.

There is something else about him. Can you trust the Shaman? There is a strange little spark in his eyes as well, a little smugness perhaps? It bothers you. That strange little smile. Is he up to something? Will he steal your purse? Will he stab you if you turn your back at him? Or is he waiting for an opportunity to tell you the stupidest joke you ever heard?

He invites you in. You must be famished, he says. He offers you a seat and offers you a meal: a large bowl of warm, spicy soup and a strong spirit that burns your throat, you think for a moment that the old fuck poisoned you. Pálinka, he says. Strong stuff. Much to your surprise, it doesn't kill you, you feel a little better. What a strange man the Guardian is...


Welcome to Budapest.
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>>63992579

*horizontal surface. Damn. I'm tired.
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>>63979635
Pretty similar to >>63980372 really. An aged, slow beast made of pipes and tanks, oil being refined in its belly, but no longer being drawn from the earth. Once a truly wild beast, t is lethargic and slow, but still has strength left.

Founded during the oil boom, actually had to be under martial law from the Texas Rangers at one point due to being 'the wildest town in the US'. Now the oil wells are dried up, we still have a big refinery plant and we're basically a retirement town.
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>>63979635
Chief Keokuk, black hawk, is a symbol for all of SE Iowa. Funny how things work that a guy who leads a warband against the federal government becomes a local legend. American fight each other, and our country is an anarchic collection of societies and cultures but we still respect each other as countrymen.
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>>63989636
>>63990159
Gonna throw a wild guess out there and go with Turku.
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>>63980372
Cleveland? St Louis?
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>>63992815
I'm guessing Cleveland. Pollution isn't too bad in St. Louis anymore, as there's almost no industry left.

Speaking of St. Louis:
Once a god of Commerce and Prosperity, his mantle was taken and split by several smaller gods in the region. Since then, he has become afflicted with a festering blight, yet he refuses to die. Now revered as a minor deity of perseverance in the face of suffering. Rides a horse and carries a baseball bat.
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I live in Vancouver so our God would be about depression and excess. Everyone here is either sad or stupid rich
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>>63989036
London is the gay capital of the world, so something to do with sex.
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>>63990159
>European
Why didn't you just say that your city's irrelevant from the get go?
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>>63993044
Actually ill put more effort in and make a small pantheon, here goes

The city of Vancouver BC
Patron deity: Ardan, god of the forest
Ardan was the first God worshipped by settlers in BC, he wields a great axe and was revered by loggers and carpenters.

Matron deity: Arna, goddess of the sea
Arna is Ardans wife, she carries a lantern and guides sailors back home

Sozin, God of luck
Sozin was originally worshipped by vancouver's Asian population, but now all people pray to him for luck and fortune, his symbol is in every casino in BC

Sla'we yu, Goddess of spirits
She was worshipped here by natives long before settlers arrived, she watches over nature and animals, she hates Ardan

Kami, God of alcohol
Kami is an east Indian God who loves whiskey and rye, everyone gives praise to him at parties and festivals

Opia, goddess of excess
Opia is an over indulgent goddess who preys on weak humans and turns them to a life of excess, she is blamed for drug overdoses
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>>63979635
>Thorbur
>God of woods and rain
>A minor god with few followers
>Religious animal is the deer and the black bear
I live near a village called Thorburn, in Nova Scotia. I believe the real reason it was called Thorburn is because the majority of the village has Danish ancestral roots.There's also a shit load of deer and surprisingly bears in are area.
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>>63979635
Akhanes:
God of the poets, politicians and liars. Takes the form of a two headed snake each with a tongue made of silver.
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My city was named after a person, so I guess he could be a deity of exploring, smoking tobacco, and going to prison.
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>>63992748
Kinda late response, but nope.
Want me to solve?
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>>63979635
Pumpkin Clown on rollerblades (not kidding this actually happens every year)
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>>63993288
Adding on to this, other people from Vancouver feel free to add your own stuff here

Helun, God of crime
Helun is despised by all other gods and worshipped by criminals. He is a brutal God who murders any who oppose him, he was banished from Ardans forest hall because of his treacherous ways, some believe he is brothers with Sozin.

Ishara, goddess of light
Ishara is the sister of Kami, and like her brother, she loves festivals. The people of Vancouver set off fireworks to try and impress her.

Markham, god of agriculture
Markham is the son of Ardan and Arda, he gives farmers good weather and healthy crops.

Tikimat, God of the hunt
Tikimat is the husband of sla'we yu, but he is seldom worshipped anymore. He hated Ardan at first, but now is friends with him. He does not like hunting for sport, and will sabotage ignorant hunters who do this. He loves guns because they reduce the suffering of hunted animals.
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>The name Seattle is an Anglicisation of the modern Duwamish conventional spelling Si'ahl
>He is also known as Sealth, Seathle, Seathl, or See-ahth.

Well shit.
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>>63979635
Personification of my city would be a left-wing transexual vegan Regency fop, riding on a Vespa.
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>>63989636
Bonn?
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>>63995303
Ding ding ding.
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>>63995303
or Frankfurt
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>>63979635
I suppose the standard answers would be either the reanimated statue of liberty from ghostbusters, a ninja turtle, the apotheosized spirit of fiorello laguardia, or maybe lloyd kaufman for the contrarians in the room. I dunno, I can't pick.
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>>63995303
Uuuuu!
>When the pantheon was in great turmoil and the father of the gods was split asunder, the troubled gods bestowed her with the task to lead the panthon until they could put their king back together.

This got me thinking Berlins splitting and which city took ove during that time.
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>>63989036
>I have no idea what to do for London beyond some memeshit
Well, patron dieties are basically memeshit personified, anon. So I'd say just go with it. Make it like the queen, dressed as a tracksuit thug, wearing a bobby hat, with another one of those fuzzy royal guard hats on top of the other hat, riding on an umbrella powered red phone box and snorfin some tea and playing cricket. Should be good.
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>>63994209
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>>63995367
Yeah, they specifically took Bonn because it was relatively unimportant, it was supposed to just be a temporal solution so that stuff could be transfered back to Berlin quickly.
In case you are wondering, the son is Beethoven (Bonn really pushes him in your face even though he disliked his birthplace) and the bigger sister is Cologne, which Bonn somewhat hides behind especially if you try to find it when driving on the Autobahn.
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The Vermillion bird of the South shall rise from the ashes again!
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>Philadelphia
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Detroit

Our god is dead
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>>63995611
>The Gang become gods
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A young farmboy who won a siege by tricking the entire sieging army and the king leading it with a mangy cow and some grain
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>Stillwater, OK
God of cows and ranchers, insanely good at wrestling but constantly overshadowed by his big brother.
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>>63979635
Likely a black cat wearing medieval merchants hat
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>Denver

God of herbal medicine, mountains and beer...

10/10 would champion
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>>63979635
>liverpool
Some kind of sea-goddess, with a concern for trade and steam engines.
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>>63979635
> The God of the bitter, the depressed and the humble

A sad god...
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>>63995692
A great god of the forge, music and travel destroyed by foreign gods.

His followers are huddled over his corpse trying to stay warm.

For real, just move.
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>>63995611
The city of brotherly shove
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>>63996318
The god of Detroit is Robocop. A dead man brought to a shambling semblance of life
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>>63979635
>Make up a patron deity
We already have patron deities. The gatekeeper and the defender.
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>Halifax, Nova Scotia
the god of sea travel, education and booze
10/10 would worship
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I'm rethinking the Budapest God. It's not a hermit shaman, it's a fucking asshole of a trickster god. It appears slightly different to everyone, although it is almost always either a hermit wizard, a stern medieval king or an attractive young woman. The Budapest God has a bit of a temper, occasionally tends to play weird practical jokes on whom it meets and likes depressing, fucked up humour. It is not "nice" at all. Nevertheless, the Budapest God is not evil, it is more on the benevolent side. The Budapest God likes a good conversation and if you seek to learn, it has much to teach you. If the Budapest God decides that it likes you, it will... ...feed you. He will bestow great, but overseasoned and slightly greasy food upon you one way or another; if you please the Budapest God, you will pick up some weight. There are also many interesting secrets and sights the Budapest God can show you, for it appreciates it if you seek to learn its ways... ...although it is not guaranteed that you will like what he has to show.

If the Budapest God doesn't like you, he will steal your money and make you really depressed for a long time. But if you won't piss it off, he will probably not harm you.

The lesser gods that watch over the other parts of Hungary don't like the Budapest God too much.
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Former Dark Lord becomes the Guardian of the city. He is well
respected, but not entirely trusted yet. Younger generations worship him. His specialties are knowledge, black magic, and psionics. He is a god, but prefers mortal companions. Other gods irritate him.
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>Aracaceae, Maiden of the Bay
>Chaotic Good
>Patron Goddess of Freedom, Vigilantism, and Drunkards
>Her priests are crazed lunatics who sustain themselves on nothing but iced tea and malt liquor
>Worshipped by the paladin Order of Saint Dixie
>Also worshipped by the Circle of the Spacious Coast, a widespread brotherhood of wizards dedicated to the advancement of weapon technology and the exploration of the Outer Realms
>Her holy symbols are the vicious alligator, the wisened orange grove, and the humble chicken
>Those truly devout followers frequently engage in boorish activities, and are usually too drunk to think straight, but are the first ones to charge headfirst into action, whether it's slaying the forces of evil or helping those in need construct a home from scratch, if there is something to be done, rest assured that those adherent to the Maiden of the Bay will find a way to do it, and it will usually be the incorrect way.
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>>63979635
San Francisco so.... Slanesh
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>>63979635
A green lion of thievery.
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>>63997213
Mitras, golden god of the bay area. Decadence and law are his domains.
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>>63979635
We got ours recently and it is disturbing.
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>>63997308
>demon horse
I'd say it looks more like a cosmic entity
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A Goddess of the Fire, Hearth, Family and such things. Commonly worshipped by the warrior people of Konoha
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>>63997323
It earned that title by claiming multiple lives, but I can dig it being a lowkey alien ward
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>>63979635

>make up
Please, no need
Hercules killed the three headed giant Geryon here, and on top of his corpse he built a lighthouse, supposedly in the end of the world
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>>63997633
>>63997308
god Denver airport is fucked
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>>63979635
Baltey Moor is revered as the patron god of a port city famous for being a den of thieves and treachery. He is depicted as a swarthy privateer captain wearing blue armor that resembles the carapace of a crustacean. It is said that Baltey was once a mortal pirate king whose ship was dragged to bottom of the bay by a behemoth crab who was the city's previous resident god. Although the ship and her crew were lost, Baltey defeated the crab god and took its place as the rightful god of the city. To this day, the city's fishermen are blessed with bountiful crab harvests, and all manner of pirate, bandit, and highwayman may make his home there, so long as they do not interfere with bay-related commerce. It is customary in the city to honor its deity's victory over the previous god by flavoring all significant meals with a special blend of spices to make it taste like crab.
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Closest city to me is Belfast.
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>Milan, Italy
>The first Lord of the city is told to have emerged fully formed from a dragon he then slayed
>Absorbed the dragon's blood into himself by drinking it, and gained unspeakable power
>He proceeded to personally hang every man that opposed him outside a tower.
>His rule brought prosperity and victory to Milan, he never lost a battle and unified Northen Italy like none had done before since the Romans
>Banged chicks so hard they would flock to him en masse to the point that his enemies started to spread rumors that he was a beguiling sorcerer
>Embraced those rumors delving deep into alchemy, went slaying a couple mpre dragons
>Our fucking patron saint Ambrosius had to come down from heaven just to tell him to chill
>His motto was literally Vipereos Mores Non Violabo "I shall not betray the Dragon's way", and he was often heard shouting while charging into enemy ranks with gleaming eyes

On one hand, I think the legends around him are really cool and all, and he would make a fine god.
On the other... maaan, I'm starting to think we're kinda the bad guys.
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>>63997724
Gibaltar?
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>>64001560
Of course you are the bad guys polentun
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>>63979635
Tweeki, god of meth, panhandling, and public assistance.
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>>63993288

Where's the god of self-involved narcissistic fucks in the Pantheon?

(I'm from Victoria: Our patron deity a Schizophrenic old man who's constantly arguing with himself and hates damn near everything. A god of contradictions, and indecision. Gives and takes at seemingly at random, causes bridges to rise and highways to crumble, at his deranged whim, refers to himself in the third person as if he is somehow only vaguely aware of his own existence.)
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>>63999677

"Denver Airport: When the Illuminati just decide to stop giving a fuck and go full ham"
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Phi'a Del'a
Patron god of brotherly love, history, medical anomalies, and bouts of temporary insanity. Has an unblinking dead-eyed stare and odd scales on his skin that gleam like a mosaic. Loves hearing himself mentioned anywhere in any context.
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>>64000618
nice
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>>63979635
My State literally already has this one as part of a symbol if I recall.
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>>64002398
>Cantan tucc lontan de Napuli se moeur
>ma poi vegnen qi a Milan
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>>63979635
What the fuck is happening to her foot? Why is she willfully shattering her bones like that?
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>>63981480
Cody Wyoming?
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>>63995692
A spirit which really tried to take care of its people, but they rejected him out of racism and greed.
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>>64001602
Nope, but it's in the Peninsuala, yes
Try again
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Yeah, we basically have a Chaos Daemon
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>>64008714
Fuck the Flyers
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>>64008714
What's the deal with this one? He doesn't look much worse than the average Sesame Street character.
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>>64008776
Gritty is fucking cancer. If not for being an absolute abortion of an NHL team mascot but for all the faggot shit he does. "Antics"
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>>64008857
I see.
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>>63979635
>The Boxer represents the Motor City's unquenchable spirit. His fist is a monument to his people's unbreakable will. He assures its people that, no matter the downturn, the Motor City will rise again.
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>>63979635
>Bernardina, Patron Goddess of Industry, Pigeon Overpopulations, Shitty Doner Kebabs That Come With Rainwater Juice For Only Two Bucks and Free Public Transport For Those Over 60
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>>63988989
Lugdunum 4ever
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>>63979635
I'm not sure exactly, but it's a women in Mucha's style.
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>>64009070
I want to fuck Paris.
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Ancient Dragon that protected a military outpost in the distant past. Went wild for 500 years before being tamed by new settlers. Now it protects the city and its trade from the city castle's highest tower.
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My city is already named after divine providence and houses the sleeping elder gods
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>>63979635
Probably really likes volleyball and dams, that's for sure.
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>>63988989
AVANT AVANT, LYON LE MELHOR
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>>63997308
Lots of Steve Miller fans there, I presume?
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>>63979635
Already had one in the works for a long time. I need to get back to that setting.

Cassoayll
>Eighth Generation
>Neutral
>Portfolio: The Casses, The City of Crue
>Holy symbol: The River Mark - Deer tracks upon still water
>Sacred Colors: Blue and White
The doe-eared, hind-legged goddess of the Cass Rivers at the heart of Mannax and the capital city of Crue. Both protector and provider, she is well-beloved in the heartland of Mannax and among the river and coastal traders who seek her blessing on their journeys. Several centuries ago, she played a role in bringing peace between the humans and kobolds of Mannax by wedding Kiith Darkeyes, King of All Kobolds and chief of the kobold pantheon.
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>>63979635
Saint Maurice, patron saint of armies, infantrymen, armorers and swordmakers; Saint Maurice is the favoured Saint of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
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>>64009109
Not if Paris fuck you first.
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>>64009378
Yeah, I know, the actual city sucks. But still, I wanna fuck that chick.
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>>63979635
younger god of transport and iron, despite building the bridges between the other gods home realms, is hardly mentioned.
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>>63979635
Wadi al-hijara is the patron godess of roses, stonework and the west.

She is the daughter of a godess with the same name from the old world, born from the conquest and colonization of the dry west of the new world. She acts as a beacon of civilization in an otherwise savage and dangerous land, and is renowed for the high culture of her people among the new gods of Mexico.



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