I have an Egyptian story that is become a very big production in the works of my mind and notebooks! I am quite excited. There is a lot of drama already going to happen. And I mean everyone is going to be entangled into a bunch real life bull****, and I'm actually going to use a lot of references to modern lives, (death of families, loss of job, loss of lover, unwanted pregnancy, homosexuality, questioning of authority, meaning of life, virginity and a lot more [although these are obviously things that have happened FOREVER, I'm just using my knowledge of what goes on in my life to have a reference, and then send it back 4,000 years so it fits.]) But I kinda just got a cool idea, and I didn't know if it would be too much. I was thinking perhaps I can have the Pharaoh's very young son see the Egyptian gods working behind the scenes of life around them. Like when someone is going to die, he see's Osiris in the room, watching everyone and touching the dead body. When someone is pregnant, he see's Taweret, a hippo headed woman rubbing the woman's stomach. I want it to be frightening to the child, and I want to make it a scary experience for some of the gods and pleasant with other's (and for instance, he is going to like one of the main characters because he see's Isis involved with her life (she's a virgin priestess), and as Isis is seen as a beautiful peaceful goddess, the child doesn't mind being around her because he see's that the girl, nor the goddess is not bad.) Perhaps it's like a judgement of character? And they wouldn't be there all the time, just at important times in the plot (explaining one's character, hinting to the audience about a birth or death, ect). Is that just not right for such an ancient story? I think that it might fit in well (but I am also a person to 'over-do' things). What's your opinion on this?