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Re: Church of Sartan electing a new leader
« Reply #30: January 19, 2013, 01:59:21 AM »
I'm going to put this simply, in an effort to have you understand: The god of war. THE god of war. The GOD of war. The god of WAR. THE GOD OF WAR.

Aeneas (and Selene behind him) was trying to argue that pacifism was the better road to follow, as to assure our survival. Caspius argued that we should have war and provocation, so we could make our god, who coincidentally is the god of war, happy.

Not every decision has to be practical or pragmatic. Things can get really slow, lame, and boring when that's about the only agenda you follow.
Because getting your religion destroyed is a great way to make your god happy. . . .

I understand where Caspius is coming from, though.  He's a True Believer.  Which, given the political situation, means that he is a danger to his religion's survival if he's in a leadership position.