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LOKI-Sark!!!..
Oops, sorry..been playing too much Rune (runegame.com) today I guess. Spare time on Saturday usually makes me code lots of Perl or play games for 10+ hours straight. I love wasting time this way!

Your path idea sounds swell..Perhaps a bit too Role-play-esque, but great nevertheless. On the other hand, my Demigod suggestion doesn't hint to any given religion. (It's banning Christian/Islam/Jewishreligion because there is only one god, but they're exceptions.)

I do agree with you about the Buddhist thing, I thought the Monastery was rather Buddhism-inspired. But that's probably because I'm using the red theme =]

"Let's not include text here.."

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