This is a continuation of last week’s world-building exercise, which started as a discussion of how Hasbro could potentially market D&D with specific characters in the same way that it markets soldier-based toys via G.I. Joe.
Every fantasy realm needs a Cosmology. To keep this one simple, I decided to use Roman mythology as my base, simplifying and abstracting as necessary. What follows may seem ludicrously over-complicated, but in reality, it’s but a fraction of what the Romans’ true religion actually contained. I’ve tried to cut this down without changing its essential nature—as I understand it—more than was absolutely necessary.