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The deity, looking at his realm...
The hero
Name The Ineffable
Created in his image at 1394 g.e.
Level 61
Gender very male
Personality mentally deranged
Religion ditheism
Motto Shroud your heaven, Zeus!
Place of residence the road
In "Famous Heroes of Godville"
  • 1821 g.e.
  • 1846 g.e.
  • 1912 g.e.
In "Ideabox News"
  • 1830 g.e.
  • 1854 g.e.
  • 1862 g.e.
The Temple 庙
Completed at 1635 g.e. or Halloween 2014
Time needed for completion 241 days (~8 months)
Bricks per hour ~0.17
Rank in Pantheon of Templehood 10724
Divine Contribution
Chronicles Read here
Rank in Pantheon of Storytelling 42 (dramatic music)
Average chronicle rating 3.77
Rank in Pantheon of Gratitude 195
Accepted ideas 20
Idea quality points ("IQ") 199
ER access Granted
Arena
Wins/losses 160/72
Win-loss-ratio ~2.22
Champion-achievement 2nd rank
Invincible-achievement 1st rank
Highest winning streak 21
His guild
Guild The Confessing Spammers
Official rank patriarch
Guild-intern rank co-founder & grand archivar
Joined at 1582 g.e.
His pet
Name Toto
Type dandy lion
Level 39
Personality ancient
Estimated age eleven months
Times healed estimated seven times
Pets before firefox "Bolt" & talking donkey "Sven"
All data - more or less - current as of 1919 g.e...





The book of PutInNameHere

« It was his opinion, however, that the gods are not everlasting, but are born and perish at long intervals of time, and that they are worlds, countless in number.
Cicero, De natura deorum
»
1

The creation of gods
1Man has always created legends about what he does not understand. Rain, birth, life itself.
2He invented gods and gods were created.
3As any idea, however, gods were only an idea living in man's fantasy; there was one step missing: The step into reality.
4There were people believing into these ideas. 5There had been people believing into the idea of the wheel; 6there had been people believing into the idea of fire; 7there had been people believing into the ideas of language, numbers and speech.8And there also were people believing into the idea of gods, and gods finally came into being.
9And the gods called those who worshipped them “í̱ro̱es”, who shall henceforth be named as “heroes”, 10and each god gathered as many heroes as they could, for every hero meant an increase in power for his god.
The war of gods
11But the gods were products of human fantasy, and they were not perfect. They strived for might and superiority. 12This was the end of the, so called, Golden Age, and it was an end in red blood and white lightning. 13Many a hero died and many a god lost his power and fell into despair. 14And so the highest existing force, “týchi̱”, in these days known as the “Random”, decided and it decided well:
15Every god, be he strong or weak, must only possess one hero's mind and power, 16and to this hero, every god is a world, 17and a god may live as long as he is destined to, and perish, when he is fated. 18For there had never been a war of such cruelty before, and there never was supposed to be one again.



2

The birth of PutInNameHere
1And it had been foretold that it would take more than a thousand days for a god to be born, and it had been foretold that this god would be different, as he would be the-one-without-a-name.2And after thousand days had passed, man came and looked, and he said: “I don't see the god you mean!” And man grew tired of waiting while the celestial clock ticked. 3And it became a hundred days more and man spoke: “He will never come!” 4And it became another hundred days more and man spoke: “There never was a the-one-without-a-name and there will never be!” 5And it became another hundred days more and man forgot about the prophecy. 6And it became four-and-ninety days more and then the watch hand spoke and it said it was time. 7And the clouds formed the figure of a man and the sunlight gave it eyes and the ground gave it feet to walk on and the Random gave it power to become a god. 8And as it was the-one-without-a-name it was unnamed and shall therefore be called “PutInNameHere”!
The hero question
9And as the Nameless One had come into being, he was asked the hero question, not by a higher force, but by his own mind.10And the hero question was not to be answered once, but now, tomorrow and in eternity, for it was and is and shall be forever: 11Who is thy hero?
12And there is no yea or nay, yes or no; for when a god answers the hero question, he is in a state of creation. 13And PutInNameHere answered the hero question, and he created his very worshipper and named him. 14But never shall a hero outshine a god, and therefore this hero's name was made an ineffable one. This is what he is named: The Ineffable.



3

The art of worshipping
1PutInNameHere commanded his hero to build him a temple. And it should be a temple out of pure gold. 2So the Ineffable left the town known as Godville, and his aim was to collect a thousand bricks. 3But darkness had fallen over the world and creatures of evil haunted the world and they were remains of the war of gods and immortal, for they were products of eclipse. 4The golden bricks, however, were remains of the golden age previous the war, for this is why it was named the golden age: Everything had been built of gold back then. 5So the-one-without-a-name spoke to his hero and his words were those:
6Thou shalt collect a thousand bricks of gold for me! 7Thou shalt fight in the arena for my honour, for a golden brick awaits the victor of this duel in arms! 8Thou shalt solve tasks of heroic difficulty, for a golden brick awaits the one who masters these quests! 9Thou shalt fight the strongest of monsters, for a golden brick awaits the slayer of these abnormalities! 10And the hero looked up to heavens and nodded and said: 11I shall obey, Unnamed One!
A fatal mistake
12And to show his benevolence, PutInNameHere led his hero into a tavern and said: Here thou goest when thou art done with thy quests! 13And he proved that gods make mistakes, too, for they are products of human fantasy. 14And since gods own a power superior to those of mortals, their mistakes are stronger in consequence.



4

About the plurality of gods
1When gods took the step into reality, they started interfering with the world and their surroundings. 2They lost their absolute freedom, however, they won the world. 3And as there are myriads of gods which one hero each, there existed a lot to interfere with; 4and gods started to hate loneliness. 5This process was universal and, as a consequence, the Uninvokable One went through it, as well. 6He met many a potent deity, but the word shall be only of three, those three he had the honour to know best.
7The first milestone in his divine life was Charli Bambaki, a goddess of pointed eloquence and tremendous power. 8And as godly behaviour is impossible to fathom, their conversations might seem like a battle of verbal cruelty to onlookers.
9The second milestone in his divine life was Banana Girl, who he met looking for the Answer; 10and the Answer is, it is passed on, two-and-forty, but this is to be told some other time. 11This goddess, however, knew many an answer, and the-one-never-to-be-named is yet to become tired of hearing the tales of mysterious Sherlock Holmes.
12The sun rises at the horizon, wanders the sky and heavens and kisses the sea at eventime. So do the gods. 13The gods rise when it is their time to rise, they live and wander the heavens when it is their time to live and wander, they perish and kiss their memento when it is their to perish and kiss. 14So was it about the third milestone, FromAnimus, whose abilities in magic and sorcery were beyond imagination. 15Uniting fear and trust, this visionary crossed the borders of the possible.
16Honour shall be yours, for ye dedicated your time of being fighting the evil, searching for the Answer and teaching the art of sorcery!


5

Past encounters
1After the war of gods the Random spoke, and it said: 2There shall never be a second war of gods, and this is sure: 3One god is only to control one hero, in arm and heart. 4And it also spoke this: The worshippers shall encounter in λεγεώνες, which are guilds, 5and the guilds are chosen by the gods. 6And when the time came to decide for the Nameless One, he chose the Ankh-Morpork City Watch, known for its honourable goals and its bar. 7But the divine paths are invisible to those who aren't, and his hero was led to another guild, proclaiming the Answer, 8and it is two-and-forty.
The Confessing Spammers
9But there were changes to come, and they came pictured as a Daedra Lord. 10The Wyvern God was the name time had given him, and in divine dualism he and the one-without-a-name founded a guild 11and its name is Confessing Spammers. 12This was the only place the Ineffable should ever stay at from then on, for his lord commanded him to. 13And as time grew older and older, other heroes followed those two and it became almost a gross. 14However, the Wyvern God perished and went. 15Not shall this guild be left by the Nameless One's hero, for it is an honour to be a part of it 16and many a Spammer, as they call themselves, matters to this deity.

About game contributions

Accepted submissions

Category Idea Upvotes Downvotes Ratio Date
Diary, Random This diary entry is inappropriate for gods allergic to hazelnuts. 67 37 1.8 June 30 2014
Quest find someone who still wants to skirmish 65 35 1.9 July 26 2014
Artifact thing-in-itself 44 54 0.8 August 7 2014
Dungeon This room shows what happens if one divides by zero. Rats run through the ruins. 74 38 1.9 November 10 2014
Dungeon This room contains all monsters that didn't make it through the ideabox. It is pretty full here. 72 13 5.5 December 21 2014
Diary, Random Tried to find out %pet_names% gender. Got seriously hurt. I think I'll just continue writing “he”. 90 24 3.8 January 29 2015
Artifact risk calculator 53 49 1.1 March 15 2015
Diary, Fleeing I don't run for my life, I run for my position in the pantheon of survival! 93 30 3.1 March 15 2015
Earthly news Hoping not to test out this new death phrase... 62 45 1.4 March 20 2015
Earthly news Not getting {his/her} own reference... 68 36 1.9 April 3 2015
Dungeon A sign hangs on the wall, reading: “Whoever reads this is not afk.” 86 45 1.9 April 12 2015
Dungeon, boss hint The words “Everything's fine, no need to worry!” are written on a wall in a strange red color. 107 20 5.4 April 26 2015
Dungeon, Entering fight Noticing the heroes coming in, %boss monster% updates today's menu. 113 12 9.4 April 26 2015
Dungeon Reading about this room brought you five seconds closer to weekend. You may use this repeatedly. 77 49 1.6 May 10 2015
Arena, Punish backfire Seems the Great Random hates %v%. That's at least what the lightning bolt hitting h{is/er} head says. 94 71 1.3 May 23 2015
Ending to "rediscover the world" And this is ... Godville? Mhh, yeah, interesting! - - - June 4 2015

My non-accepted favourites

Category Idea Upvotes Downvotes Ratio
Arena %Defender% got some hits while %attacker% was giving autographs to the spectators. %Defender%'s accusations of %attacker% being a hacker were denied by the referee who was busy getting a subscription on his t-shirt. 52 42 1.2
Diary, Upon death Defeated %hero_name% and took his diary. What a noob! - %monster% 88 29 3.0
Diary, Random Was too lazy to wait for this idea to pass the ideabox, so I just wrote it down unacceptedly. 76 62 1.2
Diary, Random You know, %rg%, u(0,x) = φ(x),δ/δt u(0,x)=ψ(x) is quite easy, and if we know assume c=1 we quickly get to u(t,x) = tM[ψ] + δ/δt (tM[ψ]). I would spend all my gold on seeing your face now! 46 77 0.6
Diary, Upon death Just when the %monster% hit me for my last health points, the melody of “The final countdown” sounded from the heavens. Is this drama really necessary, %rg%? 79 38 2.1
Dungeon, Possible ways As a political statement all exits are closed except for %dir%. 80 31 2.6
Diary, Killing a monster Screamed “Got ya nose!” and the monster died, frightened. Didn't really get its nose but a %artifact%. 93 37 2.5
Earthly news Reaching the first place in the pantheon of lostness... 53 33 1.6
Diary, Temple completion Pompously placed the last brick in the fundament of your temple. Darn, this looks almost as pretty as me! 94 44 2.1
Diary, Random Heard someone mutter: “God is dead.” Hope dies last, right? 38 91 0.4
Diary, Fighting Rubbed some salt into the %monster%'s wounds. Still in doubt about its taste. 70 35 2.0
Earthly news, When dead Looking at his “ingenious pieces”... 65 65 1.0
Dungeon Godville's finest, noblest and smartest spelunkers enter a room dripping with irony, but are too focused on their important businesses to notice. 96 46 2.1


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