Ever Wanted To Role Play A Deity? Have you done it already? Want to again? Hopefully yes.
The universe of the past has been totally destroyed by an unknown force, now another one has been put in it's place. The world below can hardly be called a world at all. All that's left is a vast mass of rock waiting to be remade in the new god's image. So as the new gods come into place in this brand new universe, they will recreate life on the world, create new magics, make new people's and nations, and lead heroes and villains in their new roles in this role playing setting. This is a Mid/High-Casual role play. Technically High Casual, but I'm lenient when it comes to these things, few things bother me in a role play other than god-modding and one liners. Use proper capitilization and try to punctuate as best as you can. Use appropriate grammar, but I"m lenient even on just a tiny bit on grammar and occasionally things like capitilization and punctuation, since they are such small mistakes easily made. (See, that wasn't even good grammar there).
All the gods know there is an Ultimate Force in the setting, this Ultimate Force is beyond even Fate. Oh, and that brings me to Fate. Fate is another overwhelming force in the universe that perplexes even the majority of, if not all of, the gods. Ultima, that is, the Ultimate Force, is a living person, or force, as it were, just as Fate is. The power of Ultimate is greater than the gods, and it would be unlikely, if not impossible, that the gods will be able to defeat it or fight it for a loong time. (Although it may be possible if the role play gets off the ground and is played long enough). Fate, is a force of the future, past, present, time and well, Fate. There is an upside to having these two powerful forces in the setting for the gods though. They aren't just there to look awesome and be better than you. Ultima and Fate can be approached for special favors and powers. How you gain favor and power from these two forces is up to you, and should be explored in character during game play.
So, without further ado, here's the character sheet:
Domains/Portfolios: (Will explain these two after the character sheet is done)
Alignment: (Good, Evil, Indifferent or some kind of variant of Good or Evil. For example, if your a guy who's extremely into law but who's benevolent and uses law for the good of the setting, Lawful Good is your alignment. If your a Jackboot fascist, you're a Lawful Evil).
MusicTheme: (Optional but really wanted to add some spice to the game).
Description: (What is the essence of the character? For example, if they are a god of war, are they a savage killer, a shrewd tactician or warrior king type of war god? If they are a god of magic, are they a wise type of mage, or an evil, wicked witch. etcetera. Make this part interesting. ).
There tends to always be a bit of confusion about domains vs portfolios, so I am going to address that. On your deity, they should be phrased Domain (Portfolio). Domains and portfolios represent elements that your deity governs; what you are the god of. They should generally be one or two words, and clear aspects. The difference between domain and portfolio is that domain is broader. You are god of everything within a domain, but partial to the part inside your portfolio. For example, a god with Water (Oceans) has powers that extend to all water, but especially so in oceans. The main reason we do this is for flavor. No two gods may have the same portfolio, but two gods may have the same domain.