Hit a bit of a snag here: Just worried I'm not considering the full scope of possible reactions for a character and that their response to certain information isn't in keeping with, well... everyone else's. Your lack of significant talent has forced you into the employ of an enigmatic recluse for menial errands and chores. Their eccentricity and the things they get up to (upsetting powerful people, experimenting with dangerous substances) get you into enough trouble to make you want to leave, were it not for the effects of an accident making you more or less dependent on them for a remedy. It is after much pain and trouble that you learn that they are, in fact, a god. A pagan god, which explains their cantankerous self-absorption and hammers home the notion that they really don't give a fig about what happens to you and really were using you as a minor convenience to achieve their own ends (which they've probably lied to you about). I'm summarising here, but that's the basic essence of my character's plight. The response that I have currently is that the MC reacts pleasantly enough, but abandons the (somewhat disempowered) deity at the first available opportunity, figuring they have a better chance on their own than next to the narrative equivalent of a lightning rod covered in TNT. But what would YOU do?