Hi

#1
I have a comment, but you're not going to like it :)

As a religious gamer, I feel that I can only play a game if the religious elements were deliberately left vague and unspecified. Once you get to describing rituals and gods in more detail, I have to let the game go.

That's just a personal decision. I fully see how others would love to play religious rituals and orders in more detail. That's why you have Deities and Demigods and other books of that sort.

By the way, when I first saw the title "religion in gaming" I was thinking I was going to see discussions about real world religious issues and gaming, not how to add realistic religious elements into gaming. Just noting that it was ambiguous, that's all.

Yehuda
 
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