[Monday] Wiki Links

There have been numerous additions to the Otherfaith Wiki that you can check out. I’m posting links to the updated pages and new pages of information that have been posted.

First, all of the pages on the Four Gods have been updated with infoboxes – boxes on the side of every page with simply arranged information. You can look at the Four Gods page to find a link to all of their pages, or you can look at them individually starting with the Clarene. There is navigation on each of the god’s pages that will take you to the next (or previous) god. We also have a page for the new god the Darren, though it is currently very sparse.

the Laetha’s page has been updated with information about most of the named Laethas at this time. There is also a page for the Aletheia spirits that are connected to the Laetha.

If you’re interested in learning more about the spirits in the Otherfaith, you can check out our category page. It provides definitions for Greater, Lesser, and Smaller Spirits, as well as categories of spirits such as fire, giant, snow, and guardian (plus more). We also have a page explaining the basics of holy houses in the Otherfaith.

We have more information about the Other People’s otherworldly landscape on our Wiki as well. You can read about the West, or you can delve into more specific parts of the landscape.

We have full articles on what canon and headcanon mean in the Otherfaith, as well as ‘Divergence‘ or ‘conflicting belief’. If you’re interested in how beliefs come about in the Otherfaith or how conflicting beliefs might be dealt with, I recommend you read those pages.

And, in non-Wiki related links, Jenn has two Otherfaith-related posts up on Between Ocean and Hills. The first is Tarot, Gods, Life and the other is One Year in the Otherfaith.

Thank you for reading. ‘of the Other People’ is a site dedicated to the Otherfaith, a modern polytheist religion. You can find more about us here and here. You can contact us here if you have any questions or would like to get involved.

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