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The Wall of the Faithless was not actually made by Kelemvor, it was made by Myrkul. I am not 100% certain how canon Neverwinter Nights 2 is for Forgotton Realms lore, but in that game, Myrkul claims he had constructed the Wall to dispose of unclaimed, faithless souls. However, there could be multiple other reasons for him to do this. For starters, it is ...


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Alright, this is going to delve into both canon and conjecture, as it must for such a nebulous topic. I'll break them down so we know which is which. The Many Gods of the Dead As has been noted (correctly), the Wall of the Faithless was established by Myrkul. His successor Cyric kept the Wall erected largely out of malice and sadism, never questioning its ...


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There isn't a one-size-fits-all answer. A very good starting point without doing tons of research into Gazetteers, Dragon Magazine, and other such publications, would be page 5 of Complete Champion: The D&D Churches. But even this is very limited, since Greyhawk, specifically, (not Greyhawk: Core) has WAY MORE deities than those in the Player's ...


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What does the alignment rule mean if you have no deity? It means absolutely nothing to you, it will only affect which spells you can cast, as you cannot cast spells of an opposed aligment. I am currently Chaotic Good; would that mean that I cannot become Neutral Good because I don't have a god to give me an axis? No, you could become Neutral ...


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A deity-less Cleric lacks the Cleric's normal alignment restriction. He still can't cast spells with an opposed alignment descriptor or choose an alignment domain without that alignment. Just as a real Cleric can change alignment with impunity, so long as he remains within one step of his deity, so can your deity-less Cleric but to any alignment he feels ...



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