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From:     Douglas J Russell <tech1@???.net>
Date:     Wed, 20 Mar 96 07:38 CST
Subject:  Re: Future of Spelljammer 2
        Ok, lets see if I can explain this right.

In the future and the advent of more technology many people and races have
lost faith in some of the gods,
as a result some of the lesser gods have passed into the astral plane(some
foundation for that in Planescape) and basicly died. This started a bit of a
panic in some of the lesser and middle gods
and they took action. Only for the greater good of all, of course.

A group, sect, faction whatever were created by a loose consortium of gods
to wipe out all mutations, technology and whoever is using the tech.  This
group will be made up of priest, druids, etc all classes that would seem
applicable and they are in a subversive war to wipe out anything not from
the old ways. As time passes and they gain strength, I can see this sect
moving more out into the open and opposing tech more directly.

This sect would like nothing more then to wipe out many of the dwarven
citadels, where alot of the tech seems to be coming from. Fortunatly, the
dwarves have the attitude and power (for now) to keep this sect's attention
elsewhere.

This group has a council, one rep from each of the gods, and they control
the this group.  One member of the council is considered in charge. Some
council members spend most of their time attempting to take over the
council. In the name of their diety of course.

Unfortunately,(maybe fortunatly) they can't decide what way to do this, some
believe they should wipe out the problems by
educating the people, others believe they should destroy the tech and
mutations and leave the people alone as they are probably just not following
the *right* path. Others truly believe the only way to win is to kill
everyone that uses anything other then the old ways.

Can't really think of a name for this sect, any ideas?

As always comments and constructive crit will always be taken
Thanks

"I can only conclude that I'm paying off karma at a vastly accelerated rate."
	-- Ivanova, "B5"

		Douglas J Russell




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