on a galactic scale
Anything is possible Edit
Although Basilicus has (or should have) guidelines for nearly everything, the main thing to remember is that Basilicus is a fictional setting - anything goes, if it is explained properly. The only appropriate opposition to any work on Basilicus is that it was someone else's idea. In reading these guidelines, remember that they are only guidelines, and you are free to create a create made of purely empty space if you can explain how it works.
Definition of Religion/Myth Edit
A religion/myth is a set of beliefs and practices generally held by a number of persons.
Basic Guidelines to describe a religionEdit
How the religion/myth is called. This includes how it is referred to by its adherents, and by people outside of it. Include short names, derogatory names and nick names. These may all differ from the official name by which the religious leaders (if the religion has leaders) refer to their religion, or to their congregation.
What the religion/myth calls itself (if it is not what it is commonly called.). There may be an official name by which the religious leaders (if the religion has leaders) refer to their religion, or to their congregation. This may be different to what the religion is called by those outside the religion, especially if the religion is a minority in a particular region or society. Remember that religions may have different names in different regions. Where are word might refer to a particular section of the religion in one land, the same word may be adapted by other cultures to refer to a wider spectrum of people, even possibly including those who are not adherents of the religion.
The belief(s) of your religion/myth, anything between "a creator of the universe" to "chance creation of the universe".
How the religion/myth was created.
Some members of the religon/myth.
This is only a basic build. Feel free to add things you think that belong.