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4th-Mar-2012 04:53 am



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In December 2010, it began. New York City was the epicenter and gods and mortals of bygone days were drawn there. Shadows of their former selves, not all remembered who they were and none knew that their lives had become playthings for Khaos.

In March 2012, following who knows what manner of tug of war (because it is always, always a game), our gods and goddesses, our nymphs and our angels, our mortals and, yes, even our mythical animals were returned to New York City.

They do say it's the city that never sleeps. It is only natural that the city's puppet-master never sleeps, either.

You can try to break the cycle but whether you're Odin All-Father or Zeus Thunderer, whether you're a Queen of Hell or a Queen of Sparta, you will fail. Settle in, instead, and learn to roll with the punches.


Applications open; 8th (23:59 EST) - 16th (23:59 EST) every month.

Mythopoeics started in Dec. 2010 over at livejournal! For previous events, shenanigans and such please look over at our livejournal communities.

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13th-Mar-2011 02:04 am
Hey everyone! This may be a long shot, but! We're a mythology-based game in which Gods from several pantheons have been reincarnated as mortals. Community based, events happen on a monthly basis which are part of a larger overarching plot trying to answer questions as to why they are no longer gods and such.


What if one day you woke up and realized in a past life you were Thor? Or Set? Or Sir Gawain? And on that day you become a part of something else, something much bigger that has been in play since the dawn of time.

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16th-Apr-2010 05:04 pm - Pimping.
I just recently started writing articles for Examiner.com as their National Folk Culture Examiner. So far, I only have two posts (on Captain Kidd and the Mothman), but I plan on focusing on folklore, mythology, urban legends and superstitions. Come check me out, and if you subscribe, you'll get an email every time I make a new post.
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