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    155 KB Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:31 No.18370497  
    Sup /tg/. A while ago decided to do some freeform RP'ing and am now looking for some creative help.

    Recently I joined in a freeform RP based around the concept of the players being young Gods - each with their own unique dominions, minions, champions etc.

    Now I decided to make my character the God of Delicious Foods. His domains are base foods, cuisine and taste. For minions so far I've come up with an order of salt knights whose jobs are to preserve certain foods and add flavor to others.

    I still need to come up with more ideas though. Can you help me out /tg/? What sort of domain and minions would a God of Delicious Foods have?
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:32 No.18370510
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:35 No.18370539
    Count of Mousse. A ten foot tall hulking bearmode knight who stomps around teaching people how to properly whip cream
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:36 No.18370549

    I could see a weird and esoteric group of monks/knights errant/clerics/cloistered scholars who have a duty to collect, preserve, and keep relatively secret knowledge and recipes for extreme, esoteric, or "acquired taste" food.

    Shit like haggis, or lutefisk. Things that people do eat, and some do enjoy, but their taste is so extreme or "out there" that it'd be a risk to have such exotic foods in the open.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:37 No.18370556
    You must have an Order of Iron Chefs. Machines forged for the sole purpose of cooking delicious cuisine. So proud they are in their art, they will often challenge other chef to prove their skill in cooking.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:37 No.18370565
    Well obviously you're going to need some Pepper Minions. They'll squabble with the Salt Minions, but ultimately be loyal to you.

    On a slightly more serious note, it's probably a good idea to have minions based on the various taste types, Salty, Sweet, Sour, Bitter. Or just one who oversees the concept of flavor itself.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:38 No.18370568
    >Necronimicon: Julia Child Edition
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:39 No.18370589

    Fuck that. The god of delicious food maintains an order of the most powerful and skilled chefs in the world to act as his personal archons.

    If one of these divine chefs is bested by another, the defeated champion kills himself (or herself), and the new champion makes an exquisite, one might say divine, meal to bring to the god of delicious as a tribute and offering as he takes up his new mantle as Divine Archon.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:40 No.18370609

    To clarify, the defeated champion kills himself, and the new champion creates a divinely-inspired, exquisite dish out of the flesh of the defeated champion.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:41 No.18370613
    You must gift a follower with the cornucopia of indulgence, from whence any food previously eaten may be drawn.

    Additionally, he should get a stick to beat hungry orphans with. Because it's not like those fuckers did anything for you.

    As far as creatures go, imagine, if you will, soggies made of marshmallow fluff. They pour chocolate sauce on themselves before wading into battle, bearing their graham shields and smashing foes with their sugary sweetness. Imagine, if you will, animate sauces who seek to season and roast all meat to perfection, unleashed onto an unsuspecting army of ascetics. Imagine, if you will, the very essences of garlic, of pepper, of tarragon, and of basil rising up to devour all who improperly season food, and all who leave it too bland.

    Your most insidious followers will be heavy-set well fed matriarchs who insist the enemies "just don't know what good food is" and "haven't been eating like they should." They stop their foes with well-filled cookpots, and fill their bellies to satiation, leaving behind contented converts.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:44 No.18370647
    The god's realm should be a pyramid-like structure made entirely of foods. The entire thing is various thick food held together with whipped cream, cheese and other sticky delicacies at various points. At the bottom are the base foods, stack of meat, small gardens of fresh vegetables and streams of dairy. The higher up the pyramid one climbs, the more complicated and delicious the foods become. Rivers of syrup run down the structure, pasta dangles from trees and spices cover each and every step.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:48 No.18370699
    What sort of powers would a God of delicious food even possess?
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:51 No.18370742
    >God of Delicious Foods
    So his archenemies are the Finns?
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:58 No.18370833
    He can make you into food.

    And you would be delicious.
    What other powers would he need? I imagine that, if he wills it, you could get the weather from "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs." He would be empowered every time someone seasons something and is surprised at the flavours.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)16:58 No.18370834
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    Pic related, it's what the God looks like.
    >> JSCervini !!L+hOixyXrvo 03/18/12(Sun)17:01 No.18370868
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    This is an awesome thread and you should feel awesome for making it.

    To contribute, imagine if you would a sect among your worshipers who are at odds with the God of Dentistry. Delicious food though these Candy Lords promote, they only bring ruin upon the populace, something which goes against your mission of bringing culinary ecstasy to the people.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)17:01 No.18370873
    And the Brits.

    One of the most popular dishes in Britain is chicken tikka masala- an Indian dish. America's tendency to steal things from other cultures comes from the British.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)17:28 No.18371097

    Chicken tikka is an Indian dish.

    Chicken tikka masala is an English invention that combined chicken tikka with a creamy, spicy sauce, usually with a tomato base - the masala.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)17:53 No.18371367
    Didn't know that, thanks.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)18:53 No.18371986
    I am going to bump this thread on account of awesome.

    OP I think you should consider >>18370565
    and have an order of knights for each of the taste types.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)18:55 No.18372020
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    >implying the realm should be anything other than a giant mixing bowl
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)18:58 No.18372063
    This thread is making me hungry.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)19:07 No.18372178
    Servants of the Delicious Foods God are sworn to cleanse the world of the scourges that are canned goods, deep frying, frozen meals and food processing. Such heresies are the antithesis of delicious cuisine, and must be purged from all planes of existence.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)19:08 No.18372199
    What would the Delicious Foods God's opinion on kosher food be?
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)19:10 No.18372227
    The horses must be made out of bread.
    Also little girls should be made out of sugar, spice and everything nice. Literally.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)19:12 No.18372263
    What, some kind of Iron Chef thing.... but in heaven?
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)19:18 No.18372361

    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)19:39 No.18372627
    That's too desert-specific.

    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)19:40 No.18372637
    DESSERT. What the fuck, fingers?
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)21:48 No.18374001
    OP here. I'm going to bump this thread to see if anyone can offer some more sweet ideas before I head off to bed.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)21:54 No.18374073
    Spice Wizards. One wizard for every spice in existence. They travel across the lands from places exotic, spreading their magical spices to enchant foods. No true cuisine is complete without the blessing of a spice wizard.
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)21:57 No.18374105
    Maybe a Knights of the Round Table type set up? Each group of delicious food represented by a delegate?
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)21:59 No.18374117
    But what would the groups be?
    >> Anonymous 03/18/12(Sun)22:00 No.18374130
    >Made with Lemon Poppy Seeds and spices

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