Er what's up with the 'made sweet love to a goat'? 188.8.131.52 06:37, 15 March 2007 (UTC)
Land of Nod-Intro Undo Edit
You made the following edits on 05:45, March 7, 2010 (UTC) under the section "Land of Nod":
A farmer named Cain prepared a sacrificial offering to his God, of his finest fruits and vegetables. His brother Able also prepared a sacrificial offering, it being of the finest animals that he had raised. Either there was a dispute over whose offering was better. The final result ended in Cain killing Able with a stone or stick, becauase he was jelouse.Genisis(Holy Bible).being cast into the land of nod darkness in the Land of Nod.
(non christian version)Roaming the Land of Nod, Cain encounters Lilith.
I Contest These EditsEdit
Your contributions conflict with with the references provided, as this article is not based on the bible. The sources are strictly from "Vampire: the Masquerade" material and must not be confused with the "Book of Genesis" or any other Christian material. Therefore, (1) "God" should be lower case "god" (2) the Book of Nod specifically states that this was Caine's sacrifice and makes no mention of using a stone or stick. (3) The Book of Nod specifically states that Cain "sacrficed" Able out of "Love" not jealousy.
- When contributing, please make sure that it is sourced, and coincides with the references that are already provided. You may contest the reference, if you feel that the "Book of Nod" is not an appropriate reference to the history of Caine.
- I DO CONTEST, that the "Book of Genesis" and any sources from the Christian Bible (your reference to the "Holy Bible"), are not valid sources for this article, and should be removed as it is not "Vampire: The Masquerade" related.
- When contributing, please be mindful of spelling and grammar errors. You've also put your signature in the Section Title, "Land of Nod", which is not appropriate editing. Not to mention that you are "unregistered" to be making these kind of changes.
SosaFett 18:23, March 7, 2010 (UTC)
- Just a small note, God should be upper-case when referring to the singular, Abrahamic deity. This is how it is written in most Vampire: The Masquerade and Demon: The Fallen books. It should only be lower-case when dealing in a setting with multiple deities. Moogle001 00:14, March 24, 2010 (UTC)