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>>56788496
This might help a bit:
https://pastebin.com/DtKQ6iQt
>Greek Fantasy Tips and Resources

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>>55812634
Beneath the aesthetic, I actually think Gatts is a greek hero in the old fashioned tragedy play. He's trying to defy his Fate, suffering through and likely to fail as a lesson for others.

But he has a small chance and powerful entities backing him, so the plot retains enough hope to engage the public.

If you think the themes, rape and violence are too heavy for that, go read greek mythology.

https://pastebin.com/DtKQ6iQt
>Greek Fantasy Tips and Resources

https://pastebin.com/2jRuVQt1
>Fantasy smut should read the ancient classics

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>>53988922
You also thought of mixing lovecraftiana and ancient Greece? My take was this:

>Greek Fantasy Tips and Resources
https://pastebin.com/DtKQ6iQt
>The Bronze Age collapse and the subsequent dark age is an almost unbelievable but real apocalyptic event. There are good theories, but much remains unexplained. The Sea Peoples, who were they? Where did they came from? These raiders of horned helmets and swift ships (quite the viking stereotype) are a blank in the history of the world. One known thing is that they razed all known civilizations, except for the phoenicians. These prodigal sailors and worshippers of Dagon were untouched and even prospered afterwards. "Sea People" being respectful to worshippers of "Dagon", need I say more?

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Ops, I assumed you're aiming for fantasy. If that's not the case, read this to get the ideas and themes:
http://readcomiconline.to/Comic/Age-of-Bronze

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>>51313435
>Horus, Lorgar, Sanguinius, Guilliman - oedipus complex
Fascinating. How do motherless demigodly 'homunculus' sexually crave their mothers? Honest question, do they even have dicks?

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>>51348272
>Emperor is supposed to just be Hittite (middle eastern, born in BC).
Indo-european isn't the same as semitic.

Anyway, the whole thing doesn't make sense, 'europeans' during the Emprah 'birth' were darker than today, the genes conected to white skin came from the Near East later and were culturally prefered.

http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2015/04/how-europeans-evolved-white-skin

>>51315461
>If physical reincarnation was a thing, he'd be an androgynous person with a dark complexion and undefined or slightly Asian facial features, not a white-skinned man with the chin of a god.
I guess no one really saw what the Emprah looked like, except perhaps Malcador? The guy is an uranium pile of psychic power, don't trust your sense near him... it.

>>51336026
I bet alchemy. Primarchs are homunculus full of ambrosia, soma, mana, ichor and sperm, the last because ancient mythology is really like that.

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