We need consistency. Half of the God entries list Their allies with Their respective titles, while half don't. (Same for enemies when it applies. Which brings up another note: should "enemies" (or allies) include non-Gods (Slith, for example)?) --Krypton 20:38, 25 September 2007 (GMT)
I'd say go without titles. And I vote yes towards non-gods too. --Corvax 02:20, 26 September 2007 (GMT)
The Divine voice of Coeus echoes in your head, "Greetings, Chronicler. You had a question for me regarding Divine capitalisation?"
Me: Yes, I did.
Coeus: I will endeavour to assist you. I work best with examples, if you could provide one.
Me: "Divine" as an adjective meaning "of the Gods", mostly. For instance, "Divine symbols" or "Divine punishment".
Me: Does that warrant capitalisation? Anytime "Divine" is used that isn't something along the lines of "This pie tastes absolutely divine." Hehe.
Coeus: Yes, Divine in these instances should be capitalised. The word Divine would generally be capitalised.
Coeus: Indeed, as you say - where divine is used as an adjective to refer to something other than an immortal it would not be capitalised.
Coeus: Also, for reference sake, Celani and Demigods do not capitalise their pronouns, this is a right reserved only for the Gods, ergo I am simply you, not You.
Thank you for the enlightenment, Lord Coeus. --Krypton 21:02, 13 January 2008 (GMT)