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Blame R.A. Salvatore. Lolth was represented in several D&D Works, from 1978 to 1987. The discrepancy arrived with the Crystal Shard in 1988. It was later corrected in Exile, with reason given Drizzt quietly recounted to Belwar the story of the [...] decision to forsake his kin and their evil deity, Lloth. Belwar realized that Drizzt was talking ...


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Is your charlatan a religious leader following a god himself? If he is, then he and his followers all go to the same afterlife, because they are all worshiping the same god. Seeing as they are all going to the same afterlife then, yes, the probably show up around where he is, as he was the shepard of their flock, and if your god reserved you and your ...


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Powerful devils like Asmodeus have never been mere 'pit fiends'. Indeed, none of the Archdevils nor their Demon Lord counterparts could possibly be mapped to anything in the 5e MM. If you absolutely must have statistics, you'll have to create them yourself at this point. We aren't completely in the dark on how to do it. Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide ...


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Deities aren't defined in any of the books because the deities themselves can't be defined Just like any real religion, the way everyone interprets gods is different in DnD as well, some are like Greek Gods, who come to earth often, make mistakes, and act mostly human, but immortal. (Such as the Deities that can make avatars listed in the DM guide) These ...


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Owning an realm to be an afterlife is the necessary condition There's a misunderstanding in the question. This question is akin to asking “what predicates an NPC being able to be king of a country in the Forgotten Realms?” What predicates it is that you, the DM, have decided that they are a king and written everything else around that act of DMing ...


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Tough question, but overall I'd say that the 'kill all the evil guys, becuase they are evil' philosophy may cause consequences for the paladin of Iomedae, especially if for example the evil individual surrendered or is a non-combatant. After all (in my experience), the paladin who see evil everywhere and smites without abandon is often a villain for the ...


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The Pathfinder Wiki lists the following for Iomedae: Iomedae (pronounced ahy-OH-meh-day)[1] is the goddess of righteous valor, justice, and honor. Having served as Aroden's herald, she inherited many of the Last Azlanti's followers upon his disappearance, and continues to espouse the ideas of honor and righteousness in the defense of good and the battle ...



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