Runemaster - Developer Diary 7 - Change vs Stability

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Depends on what you mean by gods, really.

None of the Aesir side with Loki.

Ok, but aren´t there some non-Aesir gods? I think Skadi was something different but I´m not sure.
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Ok, after looking at various things in Wikipedia there are the Vanir as another group of gods and Skadi is an Giant.

Have you read all the lore in AoM? If you haven't you'd be surprised how much detail is stored in the game (not much, but enough to give you a relatively solid grounding on the topic), just start right-clicking on portraits to find out about things; from Ox Carts to Ulfsarks to the Gods themselves.

I have but that was long time ago and I´m not sure how correct all the infos where. But yeah that feature was pretty neat.
 
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So...basically this is Norse Shin Megami Tensei? Interesting.

I've been playing a lot of SMT lately, so the binary nature of the main quest line strikes me. The Megaten games generally always feature 3 'routes':
Law, where you punch Lucifer in the face to support the Thousand Year Kingdom (with less than kind results for anyone who disagrees).
Chaos, where you punch the Metatron in the face to create a world of freedom and anarchy (with less than great results for anyone that can't keep up).
Neutral, where you decide both sides are being jerks and punch everyone in the face and bring about a world with a multi-species co-operative without greater power guidance or extreme moral agenda (which basically ends up being current world but with Shiva and Kali running for Prime Minister or something).
 
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