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Dragonlance Forgotten Realms Greyhawk Ravenloft. However, many good-aligned characters pay tribute to them—a sailor might make an offering to appease the Devourer, to ensure his next voyage will not be hindered by the sea god. Like most gods of Eberron, the Dark Six do not have any direct influence in the world, and there is no conclusive evidence that they even exist.
Cultists exist on KhorvaireAerenaland Xen’drik. After a period of research, Taratai discovered that the current Dream of the Age would eventually expire, and the fauths that will replace it will be one of joy and light.
The head of the church is the Keeper of the Flame, a position currently held by eleven-year-old Jaela Daran. The Silver Flame is a disembodied lawful good force associated with a former mortal woman and paladin of Dol Arrah named Tira Miron, who merged with a silvery pillar of fire and a Couatl approximately years ago. Despite the cult’s overall evil alignment, there are many good-aligned members, who revere the undead as self-sacrificing champions in the war against death.
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Its domains are Law, Meditation, and Community, and its favored weapon is od flail. Miron, now an immortal known as the Voice of the Silver Flame, serves as the intermediary between the Silver Flame and mortals.
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The Sovereign Host is the most commonly worshipped pantheon of deities in Khorvaire. Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities. In practice, the Keeper of the Flame concerns herself mostly with spiritual matters, while ffaiths cardinals handle the workings of the church and government, sometimes in conflict with the wishes of the Keeper.
They seek to, through spiritual meditation and other subtle means, bring about the Turn of the Wheel of Dal Eberrnowhich would result in the destruction of the current Dal Quor and its evil Quori denizens.
In Faiths of Eberronyou’ll find many faiths — and many truths.
When her existence became known, both elves and dragons came together to destroy the half-dragon abomination and the House of Vol. The idea that good people can do evil is a central concept in Eberron. The Blood of Vol Table Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: A paladin embodies good, and must therefore be pure of heart and never stray from the path of righteousness.
Divine magic, however, clearly exists and most people believe it originates from the gods. Most followers are psions and psychic warriorsseeking to perfect themselves through meditation and communing with the light. Clerics are often devoted to the entire pantheon instead of a specific patron deity.
Religions of Eberron
The Undying Court is a neutral good pantheon of ancient deathless elves animated by positive energy. It is often considered improper to refer to her as d’Vol, since the convention of using the honorific d’ was not established until after House Vol was destroyed. Below the cardinals, archbishops rule the provinces and cities of Thrane.
The Spirits of the Past faitbs neutral. Though not a formalized church, almost all Vulkoori drow in Xen’drik worship Vulkoor, the scorpion god. Cults of the Dragon Below Khyber Cult. Followers revere a positive energy they call il-Yannah “the Great Light”. To save her daughter—and the family bloodline—The matriarch turned Erandis into a lich just before she was killed herself.
The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: The excerpts below include a list of feats, a cleric quick-reference, and most of Chapter 4, which covers the Blood of Vol.