Yeah, I know...it's all fiction and a game. And that's fine for those of us who can differentiate between the two. Unfortunately there are people out there that will read Infernum and take away some serious misconceptions about hell. As a sunday school teacher, I'm the guy on the other end, trying to unravel these misconceptions. I already have teenagers in my class that say stuff like "When I get to hell, we're going to party every day man." Or they think the devil is like some Pokemon villain. And it's widespread stupidity, because we still have people who think Satan is a guy in red suit, carrying the ol' pitchfork, and sitting on a throne in hell. I'm not trying to open up a theological debate -- I just think you guys could spend your creativity on more worthwhile subjects.Neo said:It isn't making light of religion in any way, i've been a christian all my life but I still learned to differentiate between a game and real life. This game isn't representative of real life beliefs nor is it a political or social statement about religion in any way.. it is simply a make believe RPG nothing more, nothing less and should only be treated as such.