That is most definitely an error.
Or a secret path where you curse everything under the sun and become the new Pope
Thanks (again) for the catch!
Yay for you liking them! I had way too much fun writing them lol! But I’ll still tweak a few things, especially the relationship-describing texts.
And yes for breaking Hadrian’s heart! That’s actually one of the dynamics I want to explore due to the differences in same-sex and opposite-sex romances. It suddenly involves jealousy. And a bisexual MC can have a bit of
cruel harmless fun.
@erconn Thanks for giving it a try
To be fair, Rafael is the definition of a slimy little bastard.
(Plus I’ve always loved that insult. To imply one does not have a father used to be the highest slight you could throw. Funny stuff).
And yes, The Templar’s Heart achievement is about Hadrian. Try picking out every romantic interaction you can.
Juturna! That’s a cool statue of her.
Hmm, are there secret disciples of long-forgotten roman deities?
I mean, the Romans spent half their time coming up with new deities it seems. It’s like you couldn’t kick a rock in ancient Rome without insulting a minor god lol. So you won’t be able to pray or workship ALL of them - but a select few? Maybe.
Blessings and powers, uh? You really are a true believer. And of the Christian God? Not hoping for any blessings from Him?
Oh yes, I wouldn’t advice praying for Juturna’s favor within earshot of Hadrian - or anyone for that matter. Better to keep those devotions close to your sinful little black heart
Alright, Eric, square up. Are you reading my mind?
Because you’ve just nailed it with Fortuna. Obviously, the MC doesn’t know this so they translated the Latin text in the ruin as “fortune favors the bold”, whether the text actually meant “Fortuna favors the bold”, as in Fortuna, the goddess herself.
So you just had a little brush with the lady patron of gamblers.
Ah! I actually remember my history teacher talking about Hadrian’s Wall but I didn’t pay attention to it until I’ve learned that George Martin used it as his inspiration for The Wall in GoT. That’s when I went to Wikipedia and read all about it.