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Temple dialogue –
vanilla does call the PC “child” on a couple occasions (notably before joining), but nothing truly recurrent,
in TR there’s only one Temple questgiver and it’s my child this, my child that. Seriously, good luck finding a dialogue entry of his that doesn’t have it. Needs some cutting down regardless because of the too much, but should that sort of thing be kept up at all as a rule?
- it’s not part of the Temple structure, only the top rank is Patriarch and even Saryoni is never called “father”
- other dialogue common to Temple questgivers calls the PC “brother” or “sister”. You don’t call someone child in one (every) line and a sibling on the next
- the Temple is still ancestor worship. It’s not like it wouldn’t make sense for them to project part of that back onto the power structure, but the Temple as a whole are children in front of the ancestors and mother Almalexia
- boring priest cliche, there are enough unsubtle links to Catholicism already and that’s not a flavorful one
Anyone want to make a case for it?
Other dialogue issues:
(these should already be fixed in Mainland post faction merge)