Each day after school, 15-year-old Lucas Spracklin goes home and becomes a god.
It’s a difficult decision, but the Salina South High School sophomore can choose between 80 gods and immortals from eight pantheons, including Chinese, Egyptian, Greek, Hindu, Japanese, Mayan, Norse and Roman.
In choosing the god he will become, Lucas has to be careful. Each god has different and unique abilities, and if one becomes adept at being a particular god, it could end up backfiring.
It’s tough being a god, but don’t feel too sorry for Lucas. While most boys his age are making their spending money flipping burgers or sacking groceries, Lucas sits in front of his computer playing a game that earns him about $1,000 a month.