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The Overview section should have a brief description of your character concept and history.
Telipinu | The Purilli Feast | Canis Lupus Hattai
"In the Hittite world, Telepinu was the son of the Hattic Storm God, the deity which later became an important god of Ḫatti. However, it is not clear whether Telepinu was also the son of the Sun Goddess of the city of Arinna, or of Ḫannaḫanna, the mother of all Hittite gods—including the Storm God, as noted by Galina Kellerman. Despite the potential ties with these goddesses and with the tutelary god of Ḫatti, Telepinu has not been easily placed in the Hittite pantheon, and this has led to very divergent hypotheses about his nature, as well as about his myth."
(more available upon IC research)
Hitti was an important figure amongst the Hattians, but suffered some sort of loss of his powers during one of their wars, and after that happened, he spent some time in Egypt. Also called Hattai, he eventually returned to Hatti, with his powers recovering, and after proving himself he was raised to the status of God. His contributions to the progress of farming grant him the honorific name of 'Telipinu'.
A member of the Council of Babylon, Tilipinu was often not on the winning side of its decisions, but he was notably one of the proponents of the solution found for Sirinia around 1800 BCE, when it was decided to seal that world.
By 300 BC, Telipinu makes his name as a strong proponent to the Council's resolution of non-interference with mortal affairs. Retires from Earth in victory, but leaves with supporters in the newly founded council of Rome.
In 2023, the Missing Deity went missing, again - briefly, but it was enough to cause a small revolution on the Pact - and there are those connecting it to the 2023 Turkey–Syria earthquake.
The RP Hooks sections should contain interesting things about your character which other people might use to interact with you.
The comments section is used by other players to leave feedback and shout outs to your character. "CharacterName" is replaced with the name of the character as seen at the top of their character page. "Said person" can be replaced with a more informal name.
If you wish to pray, make an offering, ritual or a sacrifice dedicated to Hatti, you can do so by sending a note or a message. You can also send links to logs.
Anger of Telipinu, his temper, his sin and his vexation
should go away; the house should release him. The insider ......
should release him; the window should release him; the henge should [rele]ase [him], the interior
hall should release him, the gate of town should let him
The kind street should let him. To the orchard, the field, the vineyard or to the forest, he
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