They are everywhere. From those that hide to those that can fly.
I’ve even seen ones that ride on people’s shoulders. Big and small, there are all kinds,
but they are all the deceased, the residents of the other world.
They cannot be seen by people like us who live in this world. Even though they are so close by.
The only ones that can see them are animals and children.
And those like me who stand on the border of this world and the other world, people of the boundary.
They like depressing atmospheres. They call it gloom.
If they gather around you, you fall into a whirlpool of depression.'
Gods and shinki are more than welcome to open their own businesses on the Near Shore and may add descriptions and photos of their homes on the Far Shore.
All you have to do to be added to the list is reply here using this form:
As gods accumulate followers, they can apply with the Heavens' Main Office to have their temple moved to a neighborhood befitting their current status. All new gods' temples appear in the Western District, which is a place of shifting distances and terrain, far from important Heavenly administrative areas such as the Meeting Hall and the temples of the major gods. When a temple moves, the player is free to change the description of the temple to reflect its new location (for instance, the temple might increase in size or become more opulent, or the landscape might change around the temple.)
To move to a new district, a god must meet or exceed the minimum required follower count for that district and reply to this post using the form below. Temple moves can be done at any time and do not cost followers. If a god falls below the required number of followers for their district, for instance through buying regains, they can still remain where they are, because they had sufficient followers at the time of the move.
Minimum Follower Requirements:
Central District: 50,000 followers
Northeast & Southeast Districts: 10,000 followers
Northwest & Southwest Districts: 5,000 followers
Western District: at least one follower