D&Dtools1. Feats. Spells. Prestige Classes. And more! Loading. Rulebooks · Character Options · Magic · Bestiary · Items · Contacts · All · Editions · Core · Product Blurb: Many Faiths, Many Truths. In the world of Eberron, the reality of the gods depends on the belief of the followers. Contradictory truths might both be. Faiths of Eberron () – Many Faiths, Many Truths In the world of Eberron, the reality of the gods depends on the belief of the followers. Contr.

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In short, faith shapes reality.

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The Sovereign Host is the most commonly worshipped pantheon of deities in Khorvaire. The elves of Aerenal seek their counsel and petition their favor. Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities.

Retrieved from ” https: Followers revere a positive energy they call il-Yannah “the Great Light”.

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The friars, finally, are zealous missionaries trying to spread the faith to areas where the church does not yet exist. Contradictory truths might both be correct.

Thus, a cleric of the Silver Flame might be greedy or corrupt, or perhaps loyal to the church but willing to torture and kill in the interest of the “greater good”. Vague legend might be fact, and accepted fact only dogma.


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The Undying Court is a neutral good pantheon of ancient deathless elves animated by positive energy. Faiths of Eberron Abbreviation: Cults of the Ebereon Below Khyber Cult. Clerics are often devoted to the entire pantheon instead of a specific patron deity. The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: Miron, now an immortal known as the Voice of the Silver Flame, serves as the intermediary between the Silver Flame and mortals.

They invoke negative energy and manipulate bloodlines to achieve their goals. The cult’s domains are Death, Evil, Law and Necromancy, and the favored weapon is the dagger.

In other words, as in other settings, a paladin in Eberron must be lawful good. Text and images are copyrighted by the original publisher.

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In practice, the Keeper of the Flame concerns herself mostly with spiritual matters, while the cardinals handle the workings of the church and government, sometimes in conflict with the wishes of the Keeper. The Spirits of the Past are neutral. She is the daughter of an elf mother—the matriarch of House Vol—and a green dragon father. Faitsh court’s favored weapon is the scimitar.

Most followers worship the Host as a whole, offering prayers to different deities in 35. situations. Personal tools Talk Contributions Create account Log in.

But to every worshiper, the divine presence manifests in miraculous magic, boons for the faithful, and undeniable holy power. The head of the church is the Keeper of the Flame, a position currently held by eleven-year-old Jaela Daran. The cults’ favored weapon is the heavy pick. 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. Terms and Conditions for Non-Human Visitors.


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Dark Sun Dark Sun: The Keepers of the Past are bards and clerics who determine which ancestor eberdon guide a newborn Tairnadal elf through life. They are in particular conflict with the Inspired of Riedra. One well-known example of such a cleric is the de facto ruler of ThraneHigh Cardinal Krozen, who is lawful evil.

If they even exist at all is eberton question open for debate. The Path of Inspiration is lawful neutralas its practitioners and goals are not inherently evil. The Cults of the Eberorn Below are a diverse group of generally neutral evil sects that revere the power of Khyberthe underground world.

Views Page Discussion Edit History. In the Eberron setting, he is also said to be the drow version of the Mockery.

A few seek a promised land below the surface.