Awesome art and very solid mechanics, but with few exceptions (the Orisha chapter is a delight), the attitude of the product towards real-world religions is troubling. Continuing a trend from Companion, certain faiths are apparently deemed less worthy of respect than others and are subject to much stronger fabrication. Wicca and Neo-Paganism come off as empty, meaningless faux-religions here and Latin American (specifically Mexican) deities are once more called out as incompetent and lazy. There's a lot contradiction here with earlier books and with the promises and advertisements given when the project of a new edition of Scion was first introduced. Hopefully, this book remains the exception rather than the new rule for how Scion is done.
[2 of 5 Stars!]