Religion in P:C

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Re: Religion in P:C

Postby Praedator » 07 May 2012, 16:38

maybe yellowish or blueish marble roman era like statues, for in lavish garden or city park. No need to be huge, more like an NPC tall or less on a base.
Smaller ones can be used inside at important buildings too, like on a balcony or walkway

also a statuette for putting on chimney size, would be great in devoted interiors

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Re: Religion in P:C

Postby LanceAvion » 08 Jul 2012, 04:53

Tarius wrote:
Nobody will mistake it for a nice manor.

Except for the fact that I think someone already called it a house. hah


After reading these and looking at this (http://www.provincecyrodiil.com/copperm ... fullsize=1) I've realized that there is no symbol that represents the Nine Divines (at least not one I'm aware of). Akin to the Crucifix or Star of David I think it would be a good idea to incorporate some sort of symbol that could represent the Nine within the limits of lore. Perhaps a stylized nonagram with the Akatosh's dragon symbol in the center?

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Re: Religion in P:C

Postby SamirA » 08 Jul 2012, 05:38

Each chapel has the symbol of its divine, this one has them on the yellow windows.
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Re: Religion in P:C

Postby Rattfink333 » 08 Jul 2012, 06:27

the nine as a whole seem to be represented by the red diamond. it is ubiquitous in alters and wayshrines. and the knights of the nine
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