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Small Gods: A Novel of Discworld - Pages 324-357 Summary & Analysis

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Seeing Vorbis struck down, the people begin to believe. The Great Om, belief flowing into him, manifests for all to see, shifting between different forms. The god reborn decrees that Brutha is his prophet. Om then melts the temple doors, destroying the commandments writ upon them. He asks that Brutha to write new commandments. After some discussion, Brutha agrees, but insists that Om obey the same rules expected of mortals. Om agrees to do so for a period of one hundred years.

Om warns that an army approaches. Sergeant Simony wishes to fight, but Brutha insists on another way. Brutha advises Om to never manifest again and to never forget the desert. Brutha leaves to do what he may, leaving Om alone with his worshipers. Dhblah asks Om for professional advice. Om gives him the idea to sell turtle paraphernalia.

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