The Psychodyssey

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September 23rd, 2017, 3:25 pm
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Ian Evans September 23rd, 2017, 2:36 pm
The next part of this conversation has some religious discussion. If this offends you, keep in mind that religion is a big part of who Laturia is and why she thinks what she thinks. I personally think people should always should keep an open mind when reading comics as many deal with issues that we normally would avoid in day to day conversation. I tend to avoid making the religious discussion as part of the allusions references game because most of it is discussed directly and openly, so if you try to point out religious references that's fine, but keep in mind that many religions interpret things different ways (Laturia's religion in particular is very, very loosely based off of Catholicism and other non-protestant systems), so an Allusion to a religious subject in one person's eyes may not really be considered as the same concept in another's, atheism and agnosticism included. (there will be more agnostic and atheist discussion as well from here on out). Therefore the allusions or references interpreted with the religious discussion will not be considered part of the game, but I would hope that everyone can find some personal meaning from it whether they agree or disagree.
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TheJGamer September 23rd, 2017, 3:57 pm
So is Ged agnostic, since he doesn't know if he believes in a God?
Ian Evans September 23rd, 2017, 5:56 pm
@TheJGamer: well, agnosticism is centered around the idea that one cannot prove whether or not there is a God. At this point in the story it seems that Ged is more of an "undecided." I think that if you were to ask Ged if he was agnostic his answer would be: "I'm not really sure."