1001 explanations for the death of Aroden


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160) Rod of Wonder accident - albeit a hilarious one


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Potto wrote:
160) Rod of Wonder accident - albeit a hilarious one

Aroden is secretly a colorful shrubbery somewhere? I can dig it.

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For several years now I've been under the assumption that Aroden chose to commit ritual suicide on the day he was suppose to return -- in order to illustrate to mankind that they don't need to rely on him to create prophesy and direct them in his image.


161) In a bit if irony, Aroden (The God of Prophecy) was slain by a Chosen Champion who's destiny was to slay the God of Destiny.


162) Aroden got his hands on a Deck of Many Things, and decided to go through the entire deck.


163. Rovagug's seal was on the verge of breaking; he spent his life's energy to reinforce it.

164. Rovagug's seal is on the verge of breaking; Aroden has departed this Existence in order to prepare a new one.

165. Aroden knew that so long as he existed, humanity would depend on his guidance -- and thus never find their own true destiny. Thus, he laid down his life to force humanity to grow into what it must, in time, become.

166. The Starfall Doctrine was correct -- Aroden really did return to Golarion in 4606 AR. By virtue of forsaking his godhood and being reborn once more as a mere mortal, whose works over this past century shall prove foundational to the age of prosperity yet to come, even though it won't be recognized for many years yet.

167. Scrofula.

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168. He travelled through time and accidentally caused The Gap.


Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
168. He travelled through time and accidentally caused The Gap.

169. He deliberately traveled through time and caused the Gap. The fans didn't take it well.


170) Lets just say that Abadar doesn't like it when individuals use powers of prophecy to gamble at his casinos.


171) Ydersius long term revenge plan for his decapitation finally panned out, targetted at the only person connected to Savith that was available.


172 - Aroden cast pit on himself, but forgot he had a handy haversack on.

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