The Egyptian Mythos was a fairly average example of the way mythology was handled in Deities & Demigods.
Zack: Poor can't-be-surprised Bast always has to meow with fake shock when Ra pops up from behind the Canopic jars.
Steve: Sure, go ahead and ignore the 36 double d gorillas in the room.
Zack: Oh, are those tits? I thought they were the eyes.
Steve: Of course they are boobs. Half the goddesses in this book have their tits out. This was back in the day when TSR wasn't afraid to put tits on everything.
Zack: Before Tom Hanks came along and ruined it all by getting lost in a maze.
Steve: I must have pounded a good thirty out to the hooters in this book.
Zack: Oh no, Steve. No, don't say that.
Steve: What? Like you didn't.
Zack: I would never stoop to that level. I strangulated myself with a belt while watching G.I. Joe, thank you very much.
Steve: D6 per round after the first.
Zack: I'd say I'm at least four hit dice then. But we're getting off topic. Have you ever used Bast in an adventure?
Steve: Like I said, about 30 times.Zack: At least she wasn't surprised by your behavior.
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Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.