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I've been going through Google and I can't seem to find a legal deity listing for Adventurers League.

What are the deities available to clerics? Are there any constraints, like choosing from Forgotten Realms or Greyhawk settings?

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The answer is Yes, there are restrictions. Check with your season to make sure there are no exceptions. The general guideline is:

From the "adventure league's players guide" by WotC in the Section:

"Part 1: Characters" => "Character Creation" => "Choose a class":

Deities. D&D Adventurers League storylines are set in the Forgotten Realms, and as such, people worship the deities of that world. If you would like your character to worship a deity, you can choose one from the list of Forgotten Realms or nonhuman deities presented in appendix B of the Player’s Handbook or the D&D basic rules. Clerics and characters with the Acolyte background must choose a deity from that list. If you’re a cleric, you can choose one of the deity’s suggested domains or the Life domain. The Death domain is not allowed unless that rules option is available for your storyline season.

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    \$\begingroup\$ The (apparent) latest version of the Player's Guide (from the AL Player's Pack states: "Deities. If your character worships a deity, those deities listed in the Deities of the Forgotten Realms and Nonhuman Deities tables in the PHB or any deity listed in the [PHB, EEPC, SCAG, Volo's, or Xanathar's] are available. While paladins don’t have to worship a deity, clerics do. If your deity doesn’t include suggested domains in the resource in which it is found, only the Life domain is available." \$\endgroup\$ – V2Blast Jul 8 '18 at 1:18
  • \$\begingroup\$ It's under "Step 4. Describe Your Character" now. \$\endgroup\$ – V2Blast Jul 8 '18 at 1:18

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