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Priests in Forgotten Realms.

You have heard that some of the information you seek exists in some books that are placed in the cellar, and the monks have told you to seek the strange thief hiding down there fore more information.

You walk down the stairs to Candle keep’s cellar, its dark and when you reach the bottom of the stairs you can hear somebody breathing in front of you.

The dark cloaked man hiding in the shadows in front of you says : Welcome to Candle keep’s cellar stranger, I hear that you seek knowledge of Divine titles. Here are the tome, when you are done with it, put it back on the shelf behind you. You turn around and see the dusty bookshelf and when you turn your head the man in front of you is gone.


This is a updated tread and some of the information are
taken from the old thread: (Divine titles in Forgotten Realms . Replies 117 / Read 1722 – Started 20 Apr 2007)


Head lines of this page :
01. Faerûnian pantheon - Elemental goods

02. Maztican pantheon- Mulhorandi pantheon - Zakharan pantheon

03. Gnome deities - Dwarven deities - Elven deities - Drow deities - Halfling deities

04. Giant deities - Dragon deities - Orc deities - Other races

05. Nondeity powers - Dead deities
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01. Faerûnian pantheon - Elemental goods

Faerûnian pantheon

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Auril :

Power
Lesser Faerunian Deity

Worshipers call him / here
Queen of Air, the Lady of Air, Lady of the Winds, Queen of Air Elementalsthe, The Frostmaiden, The goddess of cold and winter, Icedawn and The Cold Goddess, Lady Frostkiss.

Worshipers
Druids, elemental archons (air or water), frost giants, inhabitants of cold climates, rangers

Domains
Air, Cold, Evil, Water, Winter, Wrath

Portfolio
Cold, Winter

Vestment / Clothe
Priests of Auril wear ice-white ceremonial robes with blue piping. The robes are cinched at the waist by a very wide silver belt. A silver circlet on the head is the final touch for formal rituals and gatherings.

Favoured Weapon
Battleaxe

Specifically Opposed Deities

Dogma / Ethos
Cover all the lands with ice. Quench fire where it is found let in the winds and the cold; cut down windbreaks and chop holes in walls and roofs that my breath may come in. Work darkness to hide the cursed sun so that the chill that Auril brings may slay. Take the life of an arctic creature only in great need, but slay others at will. Make all Faerun fear the Frostmaiden. Revere the Cold Goddess and sing her praises into any chill breeze or winter wind. Do not raise your hand against any other cleric of Auril.

Titles used by priest of Auril
Novice are known as

Full priests are known as Votre

Titles :
- Votre
- Icewind
- Storm Sister/Brother
- Frosttouch, Lady/Lord of Cold
- Lady/Lord Deep Winter, Lady/Lord Cold Circle
- High Hand of Ice.

Most priests of Auril use the honorific title "Hand of Auril" or "Icebreath", but some sects use more formal titles.

The highest priest in the religion of Auril

Churches / Shines and Holy places

- Churches
Icedawn's House (South of Neshkel)
The House of Auril's Breath (Glister, Thar) - Most Holy Place
The Towers of Fury (Calimport)
The Winter Palace (Luskan)

- Shines
Shines to Auril in Calaunt
Shines to Auril in Iriaebor

- Holy places

Holydays
Midwinter Night This is the most holy night of the year for the clergy, a festival of ice-dancing that lasts all night.

Festivals

Ceremony’s

Sacrifices and other rituals
The Coming Storm/ The Last Storm is Informal but enthusiastically celebrated rituals where the priests gather and call howling ice storms down on a region to mark the onset and end of winter.

Azuth :

Power
Lesser Faerunian Deity

Worshipers call him / here :
Azuth is known as the The High One, Patron of Wizards ore mages, The Lord of Spells, The Hand of Sorcery, The Lord of Spellcraft, The First Magister

Worshipers
Philosophers, sages, sorcerors, wizards

Domains
Illusion, Magic, Knowledge, Law, Spell

Portfolio
Wizards, mages, spellcasters in general

Vestment / Clothe

Favored Weapon
Quarterstaff

Specifically Opposed Deities

Dogma / Ethos
Reason is the best way to approach magic, and magic can be examined and reduced to its component parts through study and meditation. Maintain calm and use caution in your spellcasting and magic use to avoid making mistakes that even magic cannot undo. Use the art wisely, and always be mindful of when it is best not to use magic. Teach the wielding of magic and dispense learning throughout Faerun that the use and knowledge of magic may spread. Live and teach the idea that with magical power comes grave responsibility. Learn every new spell you discover and make a copy for the temple library. Do not hoard your knowledge, and encourage creativity in magic in all ways and at all times.

Titels used by priest of Azuth

Titles :
Priests of Azuth are known as Azuthans

In areas where Azuth has temples, shrines, and monastic communities, the ruling (not necessarily the most powerful) clergy member holds the title of "the First" and is addressed as "Revered One." Other clergy members in large clerical communities have expanded on this idea: The most powerful user of alteration magic is called First Transmuter, the leading specialist in divination magic is First Diviner, etc. The First may bestow or revoke such titles within his or her parish. Clergy members of high rank and long years in the church are granted the title of Master. Azuthan clergy eschew most further titles.

Members of the faith who have served the church in helping to eliminate a magical imbalance or monstrosity are granted the title "Shield of the High One," given a minor protected magical item, and told a secret phrase or word that allows them aid from any temple or shrine of Azuth in the form of healing, shelter, and small loans, when necessary.

The highest priest in the religion of Azuth

Churches / Shines and Holy places

- Churches
House of the High Hand (Berdusk)
The Dukar's Hand (Myth Nantar)
The First Chosen's Hall (Almraiven)
The Hand of Azuth (Yhep)
The House of the Burning Hands (Innarlith)
The House of the High One (Saerloon, Sembia) - Most Holy Place
The House of the High One Ascendent (Mountains near Lhair, Halruua) - Most Holy Place
The Sorcerer's Hand (Calimport)
The Spell-Lord's House (Calimport)
The Tower of Mysteries (Mulmaster)

- Shines
Shines to Azuth in Daerlun

- Holy places

Holydays

Festivals
Wild Nights celebrations is where the clergy and faithful alike let magic loose and dance through it to feel the Weave's power and effects (supposedly the better to understand why caution is necessary).

Ceremony’s

Sacrifices and other rituals

Bane :

Power
Greater Faerunian Deity

Worshipers call him
The Black Lord, The Black Hand, The Lord of Darkness, The Dark One

Worshipers
Conqurors, evil fighters and monks, tyrants, wizards

Domains
Destruction, Evil, Hatred, Law, Tyranny, Envy, Pride

Portfolio
Strife, hatred, tyranny, fear

Vestment / Clothe
Banite clergy members always are armed and required to wear something black. Ceremonial dress of Banite priests is black armor with a blood-red cape. The more prosperous the priest, the finer the workmanship of the armor was. The ceremonial robes of wizards of the clergy are always black, with members of the highest ranks enspelled these robes to swirl with ever-present illusions of glittering black stars and splashes of spilling blood. Facial tattoos are common among Banites

Favored Weapon
Morningstar

Specifically Opposed Deities

Dogma / Ethos
Serve no one but Bane. Fear him always and make others fear him even more than you do. The Black Hand always strikes down those who stand against it in the end. Defy Bane and die – or in death find loyalty to him, for he shall compel it. Submit to the word of Bane as uttered by his ranking clergy, since true power can only be gained through service to him. Spread the dark fear of Bane. It is the doom of those who do not follow him to let power slip through their hands. Those who cross the Black Hand meet their dooms earlier and more harshly than those who worship other deities.

Titels used by priest of Bane

Titles :
Priests of Bane are known as Banites

Titles :
The titles used within the faith of Bane fall in a strict order. In descending order they are:
- Deep Mystery
- Dread Tyrant
- Dark Doom
- Masked Death
- Vigilant Talon
- Striking Hand
- Black Fang
- Hooded Menace
- Deadly Adept
- Willing Whip
- Watchful Brother/Sister
- Trusted Servant
- Servant, Slave
- Wretched Slave.

The titles Brother/Sister Faithful and Dread Sister/Brother are sometimes used in place of the strict titles given to them.

Orthodox Church of Bane

Underpriests:
- Sluga/Sluzanka (acolyte, commonly called 'slave')
- Atjets/Manakja (ordained priest)
- Servus
- Dastavjarny Servus
- The Hooded (proselytizer)
- The Blackbonded
- Striking Hand
Upperpriests:
- Holy Masters
- The Masked
- The Dark Ones
- The Higher Ones
Inner Ring:
- Bishop
- Archbishop
- Imperceptor
- High Imperceptor (Szchulan Darkoon in
Mulmaster, equivalent to the Pope)

Reformed Church of Bane in Zhentil Keep

Underpriests:
- Sluga/Sluzanka (acolyte)
- Atjets/Manakja (ordained priest)
- Servus
- Dastavjarny Servus
- The Hooded (proselytizer)
- The Blackbonded
- Striking Hand

The highest priest in the religion of Bane

Churches / Shines and Holy places

- Churches
The Black Lord's Alter (Mulmaster) - Most Holy Place
House of the Black Lord (Amruthar)
Mourktar (Threskel) - Most Holy Place

- Shines

- Holy places

Holydays

Festivals

Ceremony’s

Sacrifices and other rituals
Rituals don't correspond to calendar dates, but are led whenever the clergy leading a congregation declare them. However, priests are always available to tend their flock, taking confessions and assigning penance as well as ensuring that doubt in the faith isn't allowed to take root, both counselling and preaching. On the occasions when the priesthood calls a gathering (such as when a heretic is to be sacrificed), the congregation meets outdoors at night before the Black Altar, or if the weather is inclement within the temple.

Beshaba :

Power
Intermediate Faerunian Deity

Worshipers call here
The Maid of Misfortune, Lady Doom, Black Bess, The Maid of Misrule, Tyche's Unpleasant Daughter

Worshipers
Assassins, auspicions, capricious individuals, gamblers, rogues, sadists.

Domains
Chaos, Evil, Fate, Luck, Trickery, Envy, Lust

Portfolio
Random mischief, misfortune, bad luck, accidents

Vestment / Clothe
Female priest of Beshaba wear robes of mauve, red, and black, and are usually branded or tattooed on one instep with Beshaba's Badge (the antlers) and on one thigh with rows of marks or rank which can only be read by fellow initiates. These are covered by normal clothing when the priestess is outside the temple.

Male priests wear robes of crimson and are usually tattooed with Beshaba's Badge on one cheek. Some find they prefer more simpler garb and wear black stocking and tunics with the symbol of Beshaba on the chest. When working in the field, under cover, or simply traveling, most Beshaban clergy wear utilitarian garb appropriate to their locale and the level of danger they anticipate encountering.

Favored Weapon
Scourge

Specifically Opposed Deities

Dogma / Ethos
Bad things happen to everyone and only by following Beshaba may a person perhaps be spared the worst of her effects. Too much good luck is a bad thing and to even it out, the wise should plan to undermine the fortunate. Whatever happens, it can only get worse. Fear the Maid of Misfortune and revere her. Spread the message across Faerûn to obey Beshaba and make offerings to appease her. If she is not appeased, all will taste firsthand the curse that is spreading throughout Faerûn: "Beshaba provides!" (misery and misfortune). Make others worship Beshaba and then advise any being in how to worship Beshaba, or pay the price of being cast out and cursed with misfortune all their days.

Titels used by priest of Beshaba
Novice are known as Bewildered (as in “Bewildered Brother Gorm”, Bewildered Sister Lashayal”)

Full priests are known as Unfortunate and use similar forms of address as the Bewildered.

Titles :
- Bewildered (novices)
- The Unfortunate
- Finger of Fear
- Hand of Strife
- Higher Hand of Strife
- Hand of Gloom
- Higher Hand of Gloom
- Hand of Horror
- Higher Hand of Horror
- Hand of Despair
- Higher Hand of Despair
- Mistress/Master of Dread
- Nails of the Lady.

The highest priest in the religion of Beshaba
"The Spires is headed by Nails of the Lady Dlatha Faenar, an elderly but (through magic) still lushly beautiful priestess who has ruthlessly slain her rivals and so far eluded all attempts to destroy or depose her over the course of almost a century. Dlatha is said to be able to wield magics too potent for most mortals to use or comprehend."

Churches / Shines and Holy places
Dodmmasters prefer underground facilities for their temples

- Churches
Spires Against the Stars (North of Saradush) - Most Holy Place
The Deep House of Doom (Suldolphor)
The Tycharradah (Calimport)

-Shines
Shines to Beshaba in Westgate

- Holy places

Holydays
Devotes of Beshaba celebrate Midsummer and Shieldmeet with wild revels of destruction and rudeness to mark Beshaba´s nature as Maiden if misrule. Otherwise they ignore the calendar. Holding special ceremonies upon the deaths of important Clergy and when a priestess ascends to a new rank.

Festivals
There are two festivals in the calendar of Beshaba
followers, "Midsummer" and "Shieldmeet". Both are celebrated by revelry and indulgence in food and drink.

Ceremonys
The Ceremony of ascension in rank is known as the marking. It is a ceremony involving drum music, dancing over flames and the permanent marking of the priest with a brand or tattoo. The priest being promoted must bear the pain without benefit of spell or potion to ease it.

Devotees of Beshaba hold special ceremonies on the death of important clergy and when a priestess ascends to a new rank. The funeral ceremony is known as the Passing, and is a time of dignity and tender piety among the clergy. The body of the departed is floated down a river amid floating candles.

Sacrifices and other rituals
To appease Bashaba one must make an offering of something Valuable and hold it in the flames until it is at least partially consumed. Beshaba´s name must be called out while this is done, and a prayer of parise and entreaty must be made while one’s knees immediately aftherward. Bashaba is said to look more kindly on entreaties made by those who allow themselves to burn their fingers in the offering.

Day's Farewell is a formal ceremony performed by the clergy of a temple en masse before sleeping; priests on their own must still make the prayer.

Chauntea :

Power
Greater Faerunian Deity

Worshipers call here
The Great Mother, The Grain Goddess, Earthmother

Worshipers
Peasants and indentured servants, druids, farmers, gardeners

Domains
Animal, Earth, Good, Plant, Protection, Renewal

Portfolio
Agriculture, farmers, gardeners, summer

Vestment / Clothe

Favored Weapon
Scythe

Specifically Opposed Deities

Dogma / Ethos
Growing and reaping are part of the eternal cycle and the most natural part of life. Destruction for it's own sake and leveling without rebuilding are anathema. Let no day pass in which you have not helped a living thing flourish. Nurture, tend, and plant wherever possible. Protect trees and plants, and save their seeds so that what is destroyed can be replaced. See to the fertility of the earth but let the human womb see to its own. Eschew fire. Plant a seed or a small plant at least once a tenday.

Titels used by priest of Chauntea
Druids of the faith call themselves “True Clerics of Chauntea”

Titles :
Priests of Chauntea use such titles as (in ascending order of rank) :
- Close One
- Watchful Brother/Sister of the Earth
- Trueseed
- Harvestmaster/Harvestmistress
- High Harvestmaster/Harvestmistress
- Onum

The highest priest in the religion of Chauntea

Churches / Shines and Holy places

- Churches
Aurensahldah (Calimport)
Chauntea's Cradle (Crimmor)
Goldenfields (North-East of Waterdeep)
Harvest House (Central Amn)
Harvest House (Daggerford)
Harvest House (Near Esmeltaran)
Julkoun's Old Mill (Julkoun)
Lastholme (Hillsfar)
The Abbey of the Golden Sheaf (Mistledale)
The Bounty of the Goddess (Archenbridge)
The Bounty of the Goddess (Voonlar)
The Glade of Life (High Forest)
The Golden Bowl of the Goddess (Iriaebar)
The Harvest Alter (Arabel)
The Harvest Table (Ashabenford)
The High Harvest Home (Elturel)
The House of Bountiful Harvest (Raven's Bluff)
The House of Plenty (Shadowdale)
The Lady's Sheaves (Saelmur)
The Lastholme (Hillsfar)
The Scattered Seeds (Tegal's Mark)
The Temple of the Harvest Moon (Velarsburg)
The Green Lady's Keep (Velprintalar)
House of Bhalla (Immilmar)

- Shines
Shines to Chauntea in Arebel

- Holy places

Holydays

Festivals

Ceremony’s
Greengrass is a fertility festival where uninhibited behaviour and the consumption of food and drink is encouraged.

Harvest is a solemn celebration of the bounty Chauntea has granted a community, held at times that coincide with the harvest of crops rather than precisely on Higharvestide.

Sacrifices and other rituals
The clergy holds few organized holidays, instead instructing the faithful to give thanks to Chauntea at every sunrise, and in every moment the natural beauty of the world fills them with joy. A long-standing tradition within the church holds that a newly wedded couple should spend their first night together in a freshly tilled field, which is said to ensure a fertile union.

Cyric :

Power
Greater Faerunian Deity

Worshipers call here
Prince of Lies, the Dark Sun, the Black Sun, The Mad God

Worshipers
Former worshippers of Bane, Bhaal, and Myrkul, power-hungry (primarily young) humans

Domains
Chaos, Destructions, Evil, Illusion, Trickery

Portfolio
Murder, lies, intrigue, deception, illusion

Vestment / Clothe
Priest of Cyric dress in black or dark purple robes, with or without hoods, trimmed with silver. Silver bracers or bracelets (usually adorned with the stamped skull and sunburst) are worn on the wrists to symbolize the enslavement to Cyric. Some priests paint the symbol of Cyric on their cheek or foreheads on high holy days.

Favored Weapon
longsword

Specifically Opposed Deities

Dogma / Ethos
Death to all who oppose Cyric. Bow down before his supreme power and yield to him the book of those that do not believe in his supremacy. Fear and obey those in authority, but slay those that are weak, of good persuasion, or false prophets. Battle against all clergy of other faiths, for they are false prophets and forces who oppose the One True Way. Bring death to those that oppose Cyric's church or make peace, order and laws, for only Cyric is the true authority and all other authority must be subverted. Break not into open rebellion, for marching armies move the false deities to action. Fell one foe at a time and keep all folk afraid, uneasy and in constant strife. Any method or means is justified if it brings about the desired end.

Titels used by priest of Cyric
Novice are known as

Full priests are known as

Titles :
- Master
- Hand of Cyric
- Watchful Skull
- Dread Death.

The highest priest in the religion of Cyric

Churches / Shines and Holy places

- Churches
Darkhold (Darkhold)
Fist of the Future (Hill's Edge)
Mountain of Skulls (north of Athkatla)
The Black Lord's Alter (Mulmaster)
The Dark God Reformed (Voonlar)
The Dark Redoubt (South of Trollford)
The Dark Sun (Llorkh)
The Minarets Muzhadahr (Calimport)
The Twin Towers of the Eternal Eclipse (Small Teeth Mountains)
Twilight Hall (Zhentil Keep) - Most Holy Place

- Shines

- Holy places

Holydays
Cyric's church has few holy days and does not even celebrate the date of the deity's ascension, for to do so would also honor Mystra ("the Harlot," to Cyric's worshipers) and imply that Cyric has not held the mantle of divinity for all eternity.

Festivals
Eclipses are always considered holy, and are often celebrated by feasts, fervent prayers, and the murder of a high-ranking cleric or paladin of Lathander.

Ceremony’s
Whenever a temple acquires something or someone important enough to sacrifice to Cyric, its high cleric declares a Day of the Dark Sun to signify the holiness of the event.

Sacrifices and other rituals

Deneir :

Power
Lesser Faerunian Deity

Worshipers call him
Lord of All Glyphs and Images, The Scribe of Oghma, The god of literature and literacy, The patron of the artist and the scribe

Worshipers
Historians, loremasters, sages, scholars, scribes, seekers of enlightenment, students.

Domains
Good, Knowledge, Protection, Rune

Portfolio
Glyphs, images, literature, scribes, cartography

Vestment / Clothe

Favored Weapon
Dagger

Specifically Opposed Deities

Dogma / Ethos
Information that is not recorded and saved for later use is information that is lost. Punish those who deface or destroy a book in proportion to the value of information lost. Literacy is an important gift from Deneir; spread it wherever you travel, that it might touch the hearts and minds of all in Faerun. Fill idle hours with the copying of work, for in such a manner do you propagate knowledge and aid the pursuit of the Metatext. Information should be free to all and all should be able to read it so that lying tongues cannot distort things out of proportion.
Titels used by priest of Deneir

Titles :
Followers of Denier are known as Glyphscribes

The highest priest in the religion of Deneir

Churches and holy places
Candlekeep (Candlekeep)
Iron Dragon Mountain (Earthfast Mountain, Dragonreach) - Most Holy Place
Soaring Spirit (Snowflake Mountains)
The Gallery Majesta (Calimport)
The Hallowed House of Higher Achievement (Selgaunt)
The House of the Tablets (Yhaunn)
The Inner Chamber (Berdusk)
The Scholar's Priory (Calimport)
The Silent Room (Suzail)
Twilight Hall (Berdusk)
The Zoarstar (Waterdeep)

The highest priest in the religion of Deneir

Churches / Shines and Holy places

- Churches

- Shines
Shines to Deneir in Daerlun
Shines to Deneir in Ordulin
Shines to Deneir in Procampur
Shines to Deneir in Urmlaspyr

- Holy places

Holydays

Festivals

Ceremony’s

Sacrifices and other rituals
Followers of Deneir believe that information that is not recorded and saved to be used later is information that is lost. Literacy is an important gift of the gods, and should be spread and taught. Followers of Deneir have taken an oath of charity as well, such that they cannoit turn down the request of another to write letters and transcribe information. Information that does not harm should
be made free to all.

Shieldmeet is the only day of special ceremony in the faith, wherein copies of old contracts are taken out for public viewing and anyone can ask to see a copy of any (nonmagical) writing in the temple. However, such records must be specifically requested (not "every contract written by Duke Teranzan"), and may not violate the vows of confidentiality of the temple.

The Gilding is held on Shieldmeet, this is a ceremony where senior Deneirrath bring forth a special manuscript and impress it with a single, large golden letter each, to set forth the Words of Deneir on public display in the days to come (junior Deneirrath are charged with punishing those who try to scrape off the meager gold).

Eldath :

Power
Lesser Faerunian Deity

Worshipers call here
Goddess of Singing Waters Mother Guardian of Groves, The Green Goddess, The Quiet One, The Mother of the Waters

Worshipers
Druids, pacifists, rangers

Domains

Portfolio

Vestment / Clothe

Favored Weapon
Net

Specifically Opposed Deities

Dogma / Ethos
Peace is innate and cannot be taught or imposed. Seek stillness and thereby find peace. Plant trees and green-leafed things and tend such things when they need it, wherever they may be. Nurture and aid, and do not restrict or punish. Work violence only to defend, and slay no thing of the forest except to prevent it from slaying themselves or another under their protection. Swear to take no thinking life except in direst need. Share with all beings the beneficial things that grow in or come from running water that all may know of and praise Eldath.

Titels used by priest of Eldath
Eldath has three types of priest that venerate her, clerics, druids, and specialty priest, called "Peacemen" and "Peacewomen" in the faith. The clerics and druids serve Eldath without the limitations against harming others, but are encouraged to conduct themselves in a fitting fashion as put forth by their god.

Titles :
Clergy of senior years, many accomplishments, or higher rank are styled "Exalted," and traveling Freewalkers rank between full priests and senior priests. From the ranks of the Exalted come the leaders of temples to Eldath, most of whom preside over forest communities with open-air sacred places of worship known as fastnesses. As the leader of a fastness, they are entitled use the title Keeper of the Fastness.

The highest priest in the religion of Eldath

Churches / Shines and Holy places

- Churches
Duskwood Dell (Amn, east of Eshpurta) - Most Holy Place
Elah'zad (Anauroch) - Most Holy Place
Silent Hall (Iriaebor)
The Emerald Grove (Myth Nantar)
The Glade of Life (High Forest)

- Shines
Shines to Eldath in Elversult

- Holy places

Holydays

Festivals

Ceremony’s

Sacrifices and other rituals

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Garagos :

Worshipers call here
Targus, God of war, The Reaver, Master of All Weapons

Worshipers
Barbarians, fighters, rangers, soldiers, spies, warriors.

Vestment / Clothe

Favored Weapon

Dogma / Ethos
Peace is for weak fools. War makes all participants strong, and only the head-to-head conflict is honor satisfied. Only cowards avoid battle. Any who strike down a foe from ambush or from behind demonstrate cowardice. Retreat is never an option, even in the face of a greater foe, for if a warrior's heart is focused on Garagos, the deity will provide strength enough to conquer any enemy.

Titels used by priest of Garagos
Clerics of Garagos, known as bloodreavers

Titles :
Garagathan clergy members address each other as "Bloodbrother" and "Bloodsister," adding "High" as a mark of respect if they are speaking to a priest of four or more levels greater than their own. They eschew formal titles beyond the rough rankings :
- Supplicant (novice)
- Priets/Priestess of the Blood (full priest)
- Reaver Lord/Lady (senior priests)
- Favored (veteran senior clergy of ruling rank).

This last title is added to whatever fanciful, self-styled rank the senior priest wishes to assume, such as Favored High Reaver Ounadar the Blood-Drenched or Favored Storm of Battles Arhaghon Master of Reavers. When attached to a military forces (a rare thing), priests may also hold a rank within that force.

The highest priest in the religion of Garagos

Churches and holy places
Godswalk Keep (Barony of Great Oak, Border Kingdoms)
The House of Steel (Westgate)
The Vale of the Reaver (Yondath)

Holydays

Festivals

Ceremonys

Sacrifices and other rituals

Gargauth :
Worshipers call here
The Tenth Lord of Nine, The Lost Lord of the Pit, The Hidden Lord, The Outcast, The Lord Who Watches,

Worshipers
Corrupt leaders and politicians, sorcerors, traitors.

Vestment / Clothe

Favored Weapon
Dagger

Dogma / Ethos
Life is all based about the accumulation of power. Civilization is a thin veneer over the base desires that make up the core of every living being. Those who wish to survive and prosper must recognize this truth and concentrate all their resources on the pursuit of power. High moral principles are complete hypocrisy. All beings act in their own self-interest at all times; some just prefer to cloak their actions in sanctimonious philosophies. To achieve power one should use one's charms and honeyed words or a barbed and bloody dagger as appropriate for the situation. When in doubt, the ruthless excerise of power is the safest route to the further accumulation of power and the maintenance of one's position. It is more important to rule than to sit on the throne; often the being behind the king has the true power. All beings are regimented in a strict hierarchy governed by the politics of power. Those who try to avoid the rules of the game are destined for powerlessness, to be cast in the dust of history and ground beneath the heels of the powerful, but be prepared to twist any contract or stricture so as to maximize the benefit you receive.

Titels used by priest of Gargauth
Priests of Gargauth are known as Gargauth's eyes and ears

Titles :
All clergy are regimented in a strict hierarchy with corresponding titels

In ascending order :
Gargauth’s clergy are titled Lord of the First Pit, Lord of the Second Pit etc. Priests of 9th and higher level are known as the Lords of the Ninth Pit. Higher-ranking priests often have individual titles as well. Such titles typically include a variant of the true name of at least one baatezu that Gargauth has destroyed in the past.

The highest priest in the religion of Gargauth

Churches and holy places
Sign of the Silver Harp Inn (West of Bridge of Fallen Men)
The Dark Pit of Maleficence (Ruins of Pelevaren)

Holydays
The church of Gargauth celebrates two holy days. The Unveiling occurs each Midwinter night. This horrific ceremony, believed to involve many gruesome sacrifices, heralds the imminent time when Gargauth shall seize Faerun as his unholy kingdom and transport it to Baator to form the Tenth Pit of Hell. The Binding is celebrated on the eve of the Feast of the Moon. It is a personal ritual in which each cleric renews his eternal contract with Gargauth, trading absolute fealty for increased power. This unholy ritual is believed to involve personal sacrifices of money, magic, and hoarded knowledge and the casting of many horrific spells. Gargauth's clergy mark all agreements with signed contracts consecrated in the name of the Lord Who Watches.

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Gond :

Worshipers call him
Gond Wonderbringer , Wonderbringer, Lord of All Smiths, The Inspiration Divine, the Holy Maker of All Things

Worshipers
Blacksmiths, crafters, engineers, gnomes, inventors, Lantanese, Woodworkers.

Vestment / Clothe

Favored Weapon
Warhammer

Dogma / Ethos
Actions count. Intentions are one thing, but it is the result that is most important. Talk is for others, while those who serve Gond do. Make new things that work. Become skilled at forging or some craft and practice making things and various means of joining and fastening until you can create devices to suit any situation or space. Question and challenge the unknown with new devices. New inventions should be elegant and useful. Practice experimentation and innovation in the making of tools and the implementation of processes and encourage these virtues in others through direct aid, sponsorship and diplomatic support. Keep records of your strivings, ideas and sample devices so that others may follow your work and improve on what you leave behind and encourage others, such as farmers and hunters, to think of new tools, improved ways of crafting and using their existing gear and new ways of doing things. Observe, acquire and store safely the makings of others and spread such knowledge among the consecrated of Gond. Discuss ideas and spread them so that all may see the divine light that is the Wonderbringer.

Titels used by priest of Gond

Titles :
Clergy refer to themselves as the Consecrated of Gond, and may speak of other Gondar priests as "fellow Consecrates," but their titles of rank are simple:
- Wonderer (novice)
- Seeker Postulant (priest in training)
- Seeker after Small Things (confirmed priest)
- Greater Seeker
- Seeker of the Twelfth Order
- Seeker of the Eleventh Order and so on up to Seeker of the First Order
- High Seeker (a title held by all senior clergy)
- Master (leader of a religious community or one who tends a holy site)
- Artificer (one who has been personally rewarded and named by Gond for special service)
- High Artificer (the supreme priest of the faith).

Though Gondar may act independently in their duty of encouraging inventions, their religious hierarchy is ordered and obedience to a superior is unquestioning.

The highest priest in the religion of Gond

Churches and holy places
Candlekeep (Candlekeep)
High Holy Crafthouse of Inspiration (Illul in Lantan) - Most Holy Place
The Bright Anvil (Yeshpek)
The Consecrate (Suldolphor)
The High House of the Wonderful Wheel (Ordulin)
The High House of Wonder (Baldur's Gate)
The House of Cogs and Hammers (Tulmon)
The House of Gond (Essembra)
The House of Hands (Elversult)
The House of Inspired Hand (Waterdeep)
The House of Skilled Hands (Tantras)
The House of the Wheel (Westgate)
The House of the Wonderbringer (Tilverton)
The House of Wonders (Urmlaspyr)
The Purple Portals (Melvaunt)
The Turning Wheel (Raven's Bluff)

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Festivals
Their one holy festival is the Ippensheir, named for Ippen, Gond's First Servant and celebrated during the twelve days immediately following Greengrass. All clergy of Gond and his devout worshipers gather at a temple, abbey, or holy site where a famed inventor or craftsmen once worked. IT is a time of feasting, drinking and revelry, during which they show inventions to and share innovations with their fellow Gondar. Some visit as many gatherings of the faithful as they can during this time, using a network of portals maintained by the church to link major defensible holy houses.

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Sacrifices and other rituals
Daily rituals to Gond are simple: muttered prayers upon rising and retiring, which are often incorporated into dressing or disrobing and a longer prayer of thanks at the main meal. Clerics offer a special prayer of thanks and dedication of their work before commencing any new creation (As opposed to repair or maintenance).

One strange practice of the faith requires that Gondar make two copies of any new machine or tool they discover, if possible. One copy is hidden away against the prying eyes of thieves or vandals for later display to fellow Gondar and the other is smashed – or preferably, burned – as part of the Sacred Unmaking, a prayer of offering to Gond. This ceremony reinforces Gond's dominion over both constructive and destructive engineering.

Gwaeron Windstrom :

Worshipers call him
Master of Tracking, the Tracker, Mouth of Mielikki, Master Interperter of Woodland Signs, the Tracker who Never Goes Astray

Worshipers
Druid, rangers, trollhunters

Vestment / Clothe

Favored Weapon
Greatsword

Dogma / Ethos

Titels used by priest of Gwaeron Windstrom
Followers of Gwaeron Windstrom are known as Stalkers of the Silent Path

Titles :
There is not an organized Gwaeronan faith and they don’t use titles.

The highest priest in the religion of Gwaeron Windstrom

Churches and holy places

Gwaeron's Slumber (West of Triboar)

Gwaeron has a few shrines scattered through the High Forest and Cormanthor, but no temples to speak of.

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Helm :

Worshipers call him
The god of guardians and protectors, Helm is the epitome of the guardian, The watcher, The guard, He of the Unsleeping Eyes, The Vigilant One, The Great Guard, The God of Guardians

Worshipers
Explorers, fighters, guards, mercenaries, paladins.

Vestment / Clothe
Priests of Helm wear spotless, shining, unblemished full plate armor with open-faced helms (a visor reduces vision and only Helm is granted the honor of wearing a visored helmet). Often helms are topped with plumes. Such armor may be accessorized with red cloaks and steel gray tabards, and such garments - or the armor - may be adorned with the Unsleeping Eye in the center of both the back and breast. In southern regions, Helmite clergy members often wear the finest full plate armor set with gems and worked with gold filigree in designs that accentuate great golden eyes set in the center of their chests (on the breastplate) and backs. In areas where heavily armored clerics are frowned on, the armor is reduced to a set of heavy shoulder plates but the helm remains in any case.

Favored Weapon
Longsword

Dogma / Ethos

Titels used by priest of Helm
Followers of Helm are known as Helmites

Titles :
Titles used by the church of Helm are, in ascending order of rank:
- Novice, Adept
- Trusty, Alert
- Watchknight
- Guardian
- Overblade
- High Watcher
- Senior Steeleye.

The highest priest in the religion of Helm

Churches and holy places
Alter of Shields (Tilverton)
Guardian Hall (Saelmur)
Helm's Hold (Southwest of Neverwinter)
Helm's Shieldhall (Elturel)
House of the Guardian (Hluthvar)
Minarets Guardant (Calimport)
Sentinel Rock (Espar)
The Citadel of Protection (Raven's Bluff)
The Gauntlet Gaurdant (Calimport)
The Guardian's Post (Yhep)
The Hall of Vigilance (Sundabar)
The Home of the Stalwarts (Valen)
The House Invincible (Silverymoon)
The Keep of Vigilance (Everlund)
The Noble Hand (Tsurlagol, Dragonreach) - Most Holy Place
The Ready House of the Right Strong Hand (Berdusk)
The Shieldhall (Elturel)
The Temple of the Vigilant Guard (Iljak)
The Watchful Shield (Baldur's Gate)
Tower of the Eye (Procampur)

Holydays
Ceremony of Honor to Helm - The only calendar-related ritual observed by Helmites, a festival to honour Helm celibrated on each Shieldmeet.
Consecration of a Postulant - Confirmation of new clergy
Consecration of a Glymtul - Dedication of an item to Helm's service
Purification - An atonement for a shortcoming in vigilance, loyalty or worship
Holy Vigil - Ceremony marking the ascension of a priest to a higher rank
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Hoar :

Worshipers call him
The Doombringer, Lord of Three Thunders, The Poet of Justice, Hurler of Thunders - Known in the Inner Sea lands as Assuran

Worshipers
Assassins, fighters, rogues, seekers of retribution

Vestment / Clothe

Favored Weapon
Javelin

Dogma / Ethos

Titels used by priest of Hoar

Titles :
Commonly used titles vary from faction to faction, but in the Heartlands, priests of Hoar are known as (in ascending order):
- Eye of Irony
- Hand of Doom
- Fist of Vengeance
- Claw of Revenge
- Fateful Eye of Irony
- Fateful Hand of Doom
- Fateful Fist of Vengeance
- Fateful Claw of Revenge

Senior priests are known as Lords of Thunderous Vengeance

The highest priest in the religion of Hoar

Churches and holy places
The Amphitheater of the First Thunder (Mourktar)
The Hidden Hand of Fate (Archendale)
The Thunderous Hand of Vengeance (Akanax)

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Ilmater :

Worshipers call him / here :
The Crying God, the Broken God, Lord on the Rack, The One Who Endures

Worshipers :
The lame, The oppressed, The poor, Monks, Paladins, Slaves

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Favored Weapon :
Unarmed Strike

Dogma / Ethos :

Titels used by priest of Ilmater :
no titles are commonly used in the clergy except Brother and Sister. For senior clergy, Revered is added to this, and for the heads of temples, abbeys, and monasteries dedicated to the Crying God, Father and Mother are used.

The highest priest in the religion of Ilmater :

Churches and holy / unholy places :
Barakmordin (West of Saradush)
Cloister of St. Ramedar (North-East of Zazesspur)
Convent of St. Raynda (Tethyr)
Hall of the Arch (Suldolphor)
House of St Liwan's Blessings (Calimshan)
House of the Bound Hands (Calimport)
House of the Broken God (Keltar, Calimshan) - Most Holy Place
Monastery of St Fanal (Alimir Mountains, Calimshan)
Monastery of the Yellow Rose (Earthspur Mountains)
Seminary of St Ihrvyn (Calimshan)
Shrine of the Suffering (Baldur's Gate)
St Taril's (or St. Kealn's) Monastery (Calimshan)
St Wityn's Hospice (Alimir Mountains, Calimshan)
St. Dobla's Abbey (Marching Mountains, Calimshan)
St. Faelar's Cloisters (Marching Mountains, Calimshan)
St. Noradnar's Hermitage (Calim Desert, Calimshan)
St. Saril's Priory (Calimshan)
Temple of Bound Hands (Saelmur)
The Bloody Sash (Yeshpek)
The Friary of St Amahl (Calim Desert, Calimshan)
The Hospice of St. Mariam (Forest of Mir, Calimshan)
The House of Ilmater (Westgate)
The House of Tears (Zazesspur)
The House of the Broken God (Keltar)
The House of the Suffering God (Asbravn)
The Monastery of St. Aban (Forest of Mir, Calimshan)
The Palace of Justice, Duty, and Sufferance (Nagarr)
The Rack of Glory (Yhaunn)
The School of St. Rucir (Marching Mountains, Calimshan)
The Shine of St. Asref (Calimport)
The Towers of Willful Suffering (Eshpurta)

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Jergal :

Worshipers call him / here :
Lord of the End of Everything, Scribe of the Doomed /Dead, Senechal of the Crystal Spire, the Forgotten One, the Pitiless One

Worshipers :
Monks, necromancers, paladins

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Favored Weapon :
Scythe

Dogma / Ethos :

Titels used by priest of Jergal :
The clergy of Jergal are known as the Scriveners of Doom. Within their ranks, the high priest of each temple is known as First Scrivener of Doom, but otherwise the faith eschews titles or ranks.

The highest priest in the religion of Jergal :

Churches and holy / unholy places :
Godswalk Keep (Barony of Great Oak, Border Kingdoms)
The Crypt of Imminent Death (Bezantur)
The Sahalarka (Calimport)

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Kelemvor :

Worshipers call him :
Lord of the Dead, Judge of the Dammed

Worshipers :
The Dying, families of the dying, grave-diggers, hunters of the undead, morticians, mourners.

Vestment / Clothe :
Cleric of Kelemvor usually wear smokey gray robes and cowled cloaks. A silver headband is worn by all priests, which they never remove to help identify them to those in need of their services. Their somber, yet elegant, robes bear the symbol of Kelemvor on the chests. Their robes are always of a single hue without trim or ostentatious and of dark muted hues of green, blue, or gray and worn over armor if need be.

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Titels used by priest of Kelemvor :
The faith of Kelemvor does not practice the use of giving titles to priests. The title Brother or Sister is used for all priests. The scales on Kelemvor's symbol helps to identify rank.
- Iron colored for lower clergy
- Silver for full priests
- Golden for high-ranking priests

The highest priest in the religion of Kelemvor :

Churches and holy places :
Skullspire (Tulmon)
The Darkness Passing (Calimport)
The Sahalarka (Calimport)
Tower of Skulls (Ormath, Shining Plains) - Most Holy Place

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Lathander :

Worshipers call here
The Morninglord

Worshipers
Aristocrats, artists, athletes, merchants, monks (Sun Soul) the young.

Titles :
Novice in the Lathanderian faith are called Awakened, and the gain the title of Dawnbringer upon becoming a full priest.

The full priests take a new name in his service when they are ready to signify that Lathander has personally recognized and accepted them. This new name can either be used instead of their old name or simply used only when addressing other Dawnbringers and when in solitary prayer.

In ascending order of rank, the titles in general used by the Dawnbringers are :
- Dawngreeter
- Dawnlord (the church does not use feminine form of titles often)
- High Dawnlord
- Dawnmaster
- Morninglord
- High Morninglord
- Morn master
- High Mornmaster
- Sunrise Lord

An elite cleric is referred to as a Morninglord.

Lliira :

Worshipers call him / here :
Our Lady of Joy, Joybringer, Mistress of the Revels

Worshipers :
Bards, dancers, entertainers, poets, revelers, singers

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Favored Weapon :
Shuriken

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Titels used by priest of Lliira :
Followers of Lliira are known as Joybringers

Joybringers use few titles, addressing each other as "Brother" and "Sister," and referring to themselves as "the True," novices and laity as "the Tested," and nonbelievers as "the Unseeing." Temples are led by a Master of the Revels (even if female), and she or he is assisted by a High Prior, a Lorespeaker, a Seneschal, and a Quartermaster. The goddess herself is the only Mistress of the Revels, and by her decree such formerly popular titles as Revelmistress have been outlawed.

The highest priest in the religion of Lliira :

Churches and holy / unholy places :
Presper ( ? ) - Most Holy Place
and eventually Nimbral - Most Holy Place

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Loviatar :

Dogma / Ethos :
The world is filled with pain and torment, and the best that one can do is to suffer those blows that cannot be avoided and deal as much pain back to those who offend. Kindnesses are the best companions to hurts, and increase the intensity of suffering. Let mercy of sudden abstinence from causing pain and of providing unlooked-for healing come over you seldom, but at whim, so as to make folk hope and increase the Mystery of Loviatar's Mercy. Unswerving cruelty will turn all folk against you. Act alluring, and give pain and torment to those who enjoy it as well as to those who deserve it most or would be most hurt by it. The lash, fire, and cold are the three pains that never fail the devout. Spread Loviatar's teachings whenever punishment is meted out. Pain tests all, but gives strength of spirit and true pleasure to the hardy and the true. There is no true punishment if the punisher knows no discipline. Wherever a whip is, there is Loviatar. Fear her—and yet long for her.

Titles :
Novices or postulants of the Faith of Pain are known as Kneeling Ones. Confirmed priests use the titles (in ascending order):
- Taystren
- Adept in Pain
- Sister/Brother in Torment
- Supremar
- Caresser of Terrors
- Whiplass/Whiplar
- Paingiver
- Whip of Misfortune
- Whipmaster/Whipmistress
- High Whipmistress/Whipmaster
- Branded of the Goddess
- Truescar.

Lurue :

Worshipers call him / here :
The Unicorn, The Unicorn Queen, The Queen of Talking Beasts

Worshipers :
Druids, entertainers, outcasts, rangers travelers, unicorn riders

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Favored Weapon :
Spear

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Titels used by priest of Lurue :
Priestesses of Lurue have no formal hierarchy of titles. Junior clergy are known as Sisters of the Moonlit Sky, and senior clergy are known as Sisters of the Silver Moon. Those priestesses lucky enough to have ever ridden a unicorn are forever after known as Ladycorns. The clergy comprises clerics, crusaders, mystics, and specialty priests, known as silvermaids.

The highest priest in the religion of Lurue :

Churches and holy / unholy places :
Knights of the Unicorn (Baldur's Gate)
Phontyr's Unicorn (Elturel)
Place of the Unicorn (Northeast of Leilon)
The Glade of Life (High Forest)

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Malar :

Worshipers call him / here :
The Beastlord, The Black-Blooded Pard, Lord of Beasts, The Ravaging Bear

Worshipers :
Hunters, evil lycanthropes, sentient carnivores, rangers, druids.

Vestment / Clothe :
Huntmasters wear headpieces made from the pelt and head of the most impressive beast they have been able to slay with their bare hands (or use of the claws of Malar), usually a bear or great cat but sometimes an owlbear, leucrotta or pertyon. Malarites carry hunting horns at their belts and are never without at least three daggers. Woodland garb of red or brown is favored dress for hunts. By day, red hunt clothing is often concealed by a woodcloak of mottled black, gray, and green. Necklaces of animal fangs, bones, and claws and a variety of pelts are often worn in addition to normal hunt clothes when the priests desire to impress.

Favored Weapon :
Claw Bracer

Dogma / Ethos :

Titels used by priest of Malar :
The church of Malar is loosely bound and without a central hierarchy. Malarite priests are known as Lords of the Hunt or Huntlords, while followers are known as "of the Hunt". No individual titles are used across the faith. Though some clergy members are often known by names such as Brother Stag or Sister Wolf in recognition of the most powerful beasts they have slain alone.
Huntmasters are the title fore the informal religious leaser of the church, and this title is won through a challenge to the death if the incumbent does not resign.

The highest priest in the religion of Malar :

Churches and holy / unholy places :
Claw Hollow (Moonwood)
Deep Hunting Grounds (Undermountian, beneath Waterdeep)
The Bloody Hunt (Everlund)
The Divine Den (Bezentil, Great Dale) - Most Holy Place
The Lodge of the Great Hunt (Zhentil Keep)
The Towers of Fury (Calimport)
The Wyvernstones of Hullack (Cormyr)

Holydays :
The Church of Malar has two major holy days, the first being the High Hunt, a vicious hunt in which a captured humanoid is released, and for the next day and night, his goal is to escape the prowling worshippers of the Beastlord. If he manages to survive, he wins his freedom as well as, perhaps, other things.

The second is the day which has made Malar's worship more tolerable in certain areas, the Feast of Stags. During the harsh winters in the northern parts of Faerûn, Hunts will choose a village in the wilderness. They provide food for the people, and one or two pledge themselves to keeping the village fed through the snows.

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Malarites believe that it is honor to Malar if you make your killing bloody and long. The followers of Malar sometimes form in bands, called Hunts. They are forbidden from slaying the young or the pregnant, and cull the weak and lame from animal groups.

Mask

Worshipers call him / here :
Master of all Thieves, Lord of Shadows, Shadowlord

Worshipers :
Assassins, beggars, criminals, rogues, shades, shadowdancers

Vestment / Clothe :
Ceremonial Maskarran dress consists of tunics and trousers in a bright motley. The tunics sport ballooned sleeves and cuffs and bright embroidery, displaying wealth. The entire outfit is covered with a full-length, hooded gray cloak that can be drawn shut to hide the bright color beneath. A black cloth mask is worn beneath the hood. In some areas where Mask has fallen on particularly hard times the gray cloak and mask are worn as a symbol of the Shadowlord's favor. Inside temples of Mask, the masks are of black gauze and do not conceal the identity of the wearer; in public such masks are usually thick, black wool or heavy, double-thick silk, and extend to cover most of the face in an effective disguise. (A bearded priests, for example, would have a mask that extends well down over the chin.

Favored Weapon :
Shortsword

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Titels used by priest of Mask :
Maskarran address each other as "Brother/Sister Shadow", regardless of rank and holding the titles (in order of rank): Unproven(novices), Proven Brother/Sister, Veteran Brother/Sister, Master Brother/Sister, with the leader of a temple assuming the titles Lord/Lady Master.

The highest priest in the religion of Mask :

Churches and holy / unholy places :
Telamuzhidah (Calimport)
The House of Spires and Shadows (Westgate)
The House of the Master's Shadow (Telfamm, Thesk) - Most Holy Place
The Rogue Redeemed (Proskur)
House of the Master's Shadow (Uthmere)

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Milil :

Worshipers call him / here :
Lord of Song, the Lord of All Songs, Guardian of Singers and Troubadours, the One True Hand of All-Wise Oghma

Worshipers :
Adventurers, bards, entertainers
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Favored Weapon :
Rapier

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Titels used by priest of Milil : :
Title´s used by all senior clergy in addition to any temple rank of office they may also hold.(in ascending order of rank) of:
- Mute One (novice)
- Chanter, Chorister
- Soloiest
- Lead Voice
- First Voice
- Songmaster and Glorian

Typical temple ranks include.(in ascending order of rank) of:
- Castellan
- Master Tutor
- Master Wind
- Master Serenader
- Master Librarian
- Master Instrumentalist
- Prior, and Patriarch.

The highest priest in the religion of Milil :

Churches and holy / unholy places :
Arbalest's House (Athkatla, Amn) - Most Holy Place
Candlekeep (Candlekeep)
Descantor (Myth Nantar)
Evensong Tower (Berdusk)
Temple of Good Cheer (Waterdeep)
The Halls of Inspiration (Silverymoon)
The Happy House of Splendor and Song (Tantras)
The House of Song (Selgaunt)
The Scholar's Priory (Calimport)
The Theater of Joy (Crimmor)

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Mielikki

Worshipers call him / here :
Our Lady of the Forest, the Forest Queen, The Supreme Ranger, Daughter of Silvanus, The Forest Queen

Worshipers :
Druids, fey creatures, foresters, rangers

Vestment / Clothe :
Mielikkian ceremonial garb consists of trousers, brown boots, a short cape and a tabard that is long-sleeved in winter and sleeveless in summer. The colors of these garments vary by season, winter is white with green accents, spring green with yellow accents, summer yellow with red accents, and autumn red with white accents. The Unicorn's Head, usually carved from bone or ivory or stitched in silver, is always worn over the heart. When in the field , most clergy of Mielikki dress appropriate for the weather and their duties. They try to maintain the colors of the season in their garment still, even if just as a sash or baldric.

Favored Weapon :
Scimitar

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Titels used by priest of Mielikki :
Forestarms tend to be practical, unfussy folk, reverent in their fireside prayers to the Forest Queen but impatient with too much ceremony. Their titles reflect this: Novices are called Questers. In ascending order the titles given are, Spring Stag(for cleric members with less than two winters of service), Stalkers of the Green (experienced clergy), Forest Flames (senior clergy and tutors of the faith), High Rangers (leaders of a temple), and Hawk of the Lady (given by Mielikki herself to a rare few).

Typical temple ranks include.(in ascending order of rank) of:
- Castellan
- Master Tutor
- Master Wind
- Master Serenader
- Master Librarian
- Master Instrumentalist
- Prior, and Patriarch.

The highest priest in the religion of Mielikki :

Churches and holy / unholy places :
Deep Glade (Tall Trees)
Evergreen Hall (Everlund)
Falls of the Tumbling Stars (West of Lake Sember, Cormyr) - Most Holy Place
Mielikki's Glade (Silverymoon)
Rangers' Refuge (Brost)
The Glade of Life (High Forest)
The Green Door (Essembra)
The Halls of the Unicorn (Elventree)
The Lady's Grove (Sundabar)
The Lady's Hands (Waterdeep)
The Lady's Tree (Everlund)
The Unicorn Run (Mornbryn's Shield)

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Mystra :

Worshipers call him / here :
The Lady of Mysteries, The Mother of all Magic, Our Lady of Spells, The Mistress of Magic, Mother of Mysteries

Worshipers :
Elves, half-elves, incantrixes, mystic wanferers, sorcerors, spelldancers, spellfire channelers, wizards

Vestment / Clothe :
The ceremonial garb of Mystarn priest sis simple blue robes that are sometimes trimmed with white. They are accented by a cloak of deep blue in colder climates. Some form of headgear is requires, though this may range from a simple blue skullcap for the scholarly orders of the Sword Coast North to wide, ornate, blue hats and helms in southern lands. In the field, followers of Mystra are free to dress in the fashions of the land they inhabit, though some usually work in blue or white accessories either in form of jewelry, scarves, or sashes.

Favored Weapon :
Shuriken

Dogma / Ethos :

Titels used by priest of Mystra :
The priests of Mystra are known as Servants of Mystery. Higher level priests, both those with title and lands and legendary adventuring priests, are called Ladies or Lords of Mystery. Titles within the faith vary from temple to temple and follow no standard form across the whole of the church, though most temples are rigidly self-consistent.

The highest priest in the religion of Mystra :

Churches and holy / unholy places :
House of Mysteries (East of Elventree, southern Moonsea) - Most Holy Place
Sevesheltor (Myth Nantar)
The Halls of Mystery (Raven's Bluff)
The House of Mysteries (Nagarr)
The House of Mystra (Harrowdale)
The House of Wonder (Waterdeep)
The Tower of Balance (Silverymoon)
The Tower of Mysteries (Saerloon)
Witches' Hall (Immilmar)
Mt. Talath (Halruaa) - Most Holy Place
Holydays :

Festivals :

Ceremonys :

Sacrifices and other rituals :

Nobanion :

Clergy of the Lion God, known as the Pride of Nobanion, are not given to elaborate titles.

Clerics and crusaders are known as Roaring Avengers, while shamans are addressed as Speakers of the Paw and Roar. Lammasu and greater lammasu are considered part of the clergy and are addressed as Elders and Reverend Elders, respectively.

Oghma :

Worshipers call here
The Lord of Knowledge, Binder of What is Known

Worshipers
Artists,bards, cartographers, inventors, loremasters, sages, scholars, scribes, wizards

Titles :
Acolytes in service to Oghma are called Seekers. When the acolyte becomes a full priest they are known as Loremasters. As they rise in the ranks new titles are given to them, they are in ascending order:
- Loremaster
- Loremaster Amanuensis
- Loremaster Venturer
- Loremaster Bold
- Lorescribe of the God
- Wise Anticipator
- Inspirator
- Inspirator High
- Song of the God
- Higher Song of the God
- Loremaster High
- Loremaster Most High
- Eye of Oghma
- Divine Hand of Oghma.

Red Knight :
The clergy of the Red Knight is known as the Red Fellowship, and is an offshoot of a monastic order within the hierarchy of the church of Tempus. The concentrate on planning and strategy.

priests of the Red Knight are regimented in a strict hierarchy with corresponding titles. In ascending order, these titles include:
- Page
- Squire
- Knight
- Knight Quartermaster
- Knight Commander
- Knight Captain
- Lord Knight
- Lord Knight Commandant
- Lord Knight of the Red Standard

Higher-ranking priests precede their titles with their relative rank within the clergy (for example, the eighth-highest ranking priest of the Red Knight's faith is known as the Eighth Lord Knight of the Red Standard)

Savras :

Titles :
Titels:
- Truth Speakers (Novices)
- Savants
- Sholars
- Sages
- Clairvoyants
- Soothsayers
- Prophesiers
- Prophets
- Oracles

Higher-ranking priests have their own unique titles, a tradition begun during the centuries of Savras imprisonment.

Selûne :

Worshipers call here
Our Lady of Silver, the Moonmaiden

Worshipers
Female spellcasters, good and neutral lycanthropes, navigators, monks (Sun Soul) sailors

Followers of Selûne are known as Moonmaiden's

Titles :
Selûnite priests use a wide variety of titles, but novices (not yet fully priests) are always known as the Called, and human females tend to dominate the ranks of the more powerful clergy. Typical Selûnite titles (in ascending order) include:
- Touched
- Enstarred
- Moonbathed
- Silverbrow
- Lunar
- Initiate
- High Initiate

All of these titles are followed by "Priestess/Priest." Those titles that follow these in rank tend to begin with "Priestess/Priest of the" and end in some form traditional to the individual temple or shrine the priest is affiliated with. It must be stressed that outside of Waterdeep and other larger city temples, many departures from these forms of titles will be found. The elite specialty priests of the goddess are known as silverstars.

Shar :

Worshipers call here
Mistress of the Night, Lady of Loss, Dark Goddess

Worshipers
Anarchists, assassins, avengers, rogues, monks (Dark Moon) nihilists, rogues, shadow adepts, shadowdancers

Most Sharran clergy use such titles of address as "Brother Night" or "Sister Night." To superiors, they say "Mother Night" or "Father Night," and lay worshipers address them so. Their formal titles include Adept of the Night (a novice), Watcher (the least senior ordained priest). Hand of Shar (a battle-tested priest who leads a force of priests-adventurers or oversees several cells), Darklord/Darklady (a senior priest able to proclaim local policy), Nightseer (the oversett of all faithful in a realm or other large geographical area) and Flame of Darkness (archpriest or personally trusted servant of the goddess).

Sharess :
The clergy of Sharess are collectively known as Sharessin

Titles :

Shaundakul :

Worshipers call him
Rider of the Winds, the Helping Hand

Worshipers
Exploreres, caravaneers, rangers portal-walkers, half elves

Priests of Shaundakul use a variety of self-chosen appellations, but a loose hierarchy of standard titles does exist. In ascending order of rank, these include:
- Seeker of the Wind
- Scout, Trailblazer
- Explorer
- Guide of the Hidden Ways
- Rider of the West Wind
- Rider of the South Wind
- Rider of the East Wind
- Rider of the Nor

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02. Maztican pantheon- Mulhorandi pantheon - Zakharan pantheon

Maztican pantheon

Azul :
Eha:
Kiltzi:
Maztica:
Nula:
Plutoq:
Qotal:
Tezca:
Watil:
Zaltec:


Mulhorandi pantheon

Anhur :
All priests of Anhur are addressed in public as “Lord Priest” or “Lord High Priest” (if of 9th level or greater).

Titls :
Within their ranks, priests of Anhur use such titles as:
- Bloodletter
- Warmaker
- Honor Brother/Sister
- Swordarm
- Lionclaw
- Defender
- Commander

Church hierarchies and titles vary widely from temple to temple.
Geb :
All priests of Geb are supposed to be addressed in public as “Lord Priest” or “Lord High Priest” (if of 9th level or greater), but haughty priests of other faiths often drop the honorific “Lord”.

Titls :
Within their ranks, priests of Geb use such titles as:
- Miner
- Majer
- Deepdigger
- Earthclaw
- Earthheart

Titles vary from temple to temple.

Hathor :
Priestesses of Hathor eschew the use of the titles Lady Priestess and Lady High Priestess as is technically their due in Mulhorandi society, preferring to be known to the populace simply as Sister or Mother. Speciality priests are known as reverend mothers.

Titls :
- Novice
- Daughter
- Sister
- Midwife
- Mother
- Favored Sister
- Favored Midwife
- Favored Mother
- Nuturing Sister

Although some temples have their own hierarchy of titles

Horus-Re :
All priests of Horus-Re are addressed in public as “Lord Priest” or “Lord High Priest” (if of 9th level or greater).

Within their ranks, priests of Horus-Re use such titles as:
Titls :
- Avenger
- Hawkflyer
- Huntlion
- Heliant
- Illuminator
- Lightbringer
- Sonrey (pronounced “sunray”)

Isis :
All of Isis’s clergy must be females of Mulhorandi extraction.
All priests of Isis are addressed in public as “Lady Priestess” or “Lady High Priestess” (if of 9th level or greater)

Titls :
- Seedgiver
- Bountiful Sower
- Lady of the Harvest
- Joylove
- Endless River
- Rainmaker
- Spellweaver
- Lady of the Planting
- Joyous Uniter

Nephthys :
All of Nephthys’s clergy must be married or widowed female humans of Mulhorandi extraction. All priests of Nephthys are addressed in public as “Lady Priestess” or “Lady High Priestess” (if of 9th level or greater).

Titls :
- Faithlady
- Moneychanger
- Avenging Sister
- Deathmaiden
- Eternal Guardian
- Golden Percept

Although titles vary from temple to temple.

Osiris :
Priests are known as divine arbitrators, paladins are collectively known as Pinnacles of Maat, Rangers are collectively known as Eyes of Truthful Nature.

Titls :
- Seeker of Truth
- Guardian of the Dead
- Dark Harvester
- Magistrate
- High Seeker
- Deathwatcher
- High Harvester
- High Magistrate
- Deathlord

All priests of Osiris are addressed in public as “Lord Priest” or “Lord High Priest” (if of 9th level or greater)

Sebek :
All of Sebek’s clergy are werecrocodiles

Titls :
- Glistening Jaws
- Watery Death
- Scales of Vengeance
- Hungry Maw
- Bloody Teeth

Titles are awarded haphazardly or are self-selected

Set :
By the pharaoh’s degree, all priest of Set are referred to as Eaters of Carrion.

Titls :
- Supplicant
- Snake
- Scorpion
- Crocodile
- Jackal
- High Snake
- High Scorpion
- High Crocodile
- High Jackal

Individual priests often employ their own unique variants or entirely new titles to reflect their service in the name of Set.

Thoth :
All priests Thoth are addressed in public as “Lord High Wizard”.

Titls :
- Notary
- Diviner of Mysteries
- Engineer
- Recorder of Knowledge
- Scrivener of Secrets


Zakharan pantheon

Hajima :
Hakiyah :
Haku :
Jisan :
Kor :
Najm :
Selan :
Zann :

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03. Gnome deities - Dwarven deities - Elven deities - Drow deities - Halfling deities

Gnome deities

Baravar Cloakshadow :
Novices of Baravar are known as Cloaked and priests are known as Illusory. Bavarian priests employ a wide variety of titels, seemingly changing them to suits their purposes in any given situation. It is not clear that any true hierarchy of titels actually exists.

Baervan Wildwanderer :
Novices of Baervan are known as Acorns and priests are known as Wildwanderers, high ranking priests have unique individual titels

Titels :
- Chipmunk
- Squirrel
- Opossum
- Hedgehog
- Marten
- Red Fox
- Lynx
- Wolf

Callarduran Smoothhands :
Novices of Callarduran are known as Unworked and priests are known as the Smoothed, high ranking priests have unique individual titels

Titels :
- First Facet
- Second Facet
- Third Facet
- Fourth Facet
- Fifth Facet
- Sixth Facet
- Seventh Facet
- Eighth Facet
- Ruby

Flandal Steelskin :
Novices of Flandal are known as Unworked and priests are known as Tempered, high ranking priests have unique individual titels

Titels :
- Tinsmith
- Bronzesmith
- Brasssmith
- Coppersmith
- Silversmith
- Electrumsmith
- Goldsmith
- Platinumsmith
- Steelsmith

Gaerdal Ironhand :
Novices of Gaerdal are known as the Eyes of Shield and priests are known as the Viligant Host, high ranking priests have unique individual titels

Titels :
- Stern Watcher
- Stern Observer
- Stern Guard
- Stern Sentinel
- Stern Sentry
- Stern Guardian
- Stern Defender
- Stern Protector

Garl Glittergold :
Novices of Garl are known as the Uncut and priests are known asJewels, high ranking priests have unique individual titels but high female priests are collectively Star Rubies whereas high male priests are known as Star Sapphires

Titels :
- Amethyst
- Topas
- Opal
- Jacinth
- Diamond
- Emerald
- Ruby
- Sapphire

Segojan Earthcaller :
Novices of Segojann are known as Unearthed and priests are known as Earthcallers, high ranking priests have unique individual titels

Titels :
- Shrew
- Mole
- Vole
- Ermine
- Groundhog
- Wolverine
- Badger
- Aurumvorax

Urdlen :
Novices of Urdlen are known as Unblooded and priests are known as Deep Crawlers. Individual priests have their own unique titels


Dwarven deities

Abbathor :
Clerics of Abbathor are known as “Aetharnor” (A dwarven word meaning “Those consumed by greed”.)

Novices of Abbathor are known as Goldseekers and full priests are known as Hands of Greed. High Old Ones are collectively known as the Masters of Greed, they have individual titels each.

Titles :
- Coveter of Cooper
- Seeker of Silver
- Luster of Electrum
- Hoarder of Gold
- Plunderer of Platinum
- Miser of Mithral

Berronar Truesilver :
Novices of Berronar are known as Daughters/Sons of Berronar and priests are known as Revered Sisters/Brothers. High Old Ones are collectively known as the Keepers of the Truesilver, they have unique individual titels.

Titles :
- Hearthmistress/Headmaster
- Homesteader
- Lorekeeper
- Faithkeeper
- Fidelite
- Sacred Heart

Clanggedin Silverbeard :
Novices of Clangeddin are known as the Unblooded (like novice of Hela Brightaxe) and priests are known as Axebrothers/Axesisters.
High Old Ones are collectively known as War Princes/Princesses, they have unique individual titels.

Titles :
- Axecutter
- Squire
- Knight of the Third Rank
- Knight of the Second Rank
- Knight of the First Rank
- Knight Commander

These titels are often superseded by titels that go with a position.

Deep Duerra :
Few surface dwellers known of Deep Duerra ore here clerics, and they are known below the surface as Northor (Thoes who seize enemy land)

Novices of Duerra are known as the Close-Minded and priests are known as Mindaxes. High Old Ones are collectively known as Axe Princes/Princesses of the Invisible Art, they have unique individual titels.

Titels :
- Psionic Blaster
- Mind Thruster
- Ego Whipper
- Id Insinuator
- Psychic Crusher
- Thought Conquerer

Dugmaren Brightmantle :
Dugmaren´s clerics are known as Xothor (A dwarven word meaning “Those who seek knowledge”)

Novices of Dugmaren are known as the Curious and priests are known as Seekers of Truth and Mystery. High Old Ones are collectively known as High Savants, they have unique individual titels.

Titels :
- Questing Wanderer
- Avid Fiddler
- Philosophical Tinker
- Seeking Sholar
- Searching Sage
- Errant Philosopher

Dumathoin :
Novices of Dumathoin are known as the Uncut and priests are known as Keepers of the Shield. The highest ranking priests are collectively known as Beljurils, they have unique individual titels.

Titels :
- Agate
- Onyx
- Amethyst
- Jargoon
- Garnet
- Topaz
- Opal
- Sapphire
- Diamond

Gorm Gulthyn :
The clergy of Gorm is collectively known as Guardians or Guardianpriests. Novices of Gorm are known as the Watchful Guards and
priests are known as the Viligant Host. The High Old Ones are collectively known as Lord/Lady Protectors, they have unique individual titels.

Titels :
- Lookout of the First Rank
- Scout of the Second Rank
- Sentry of the Third Rank
- Sentinel of the Fourth Rank
- Defender of the Fifth Rank
- Guardian of the Sixth Rank

Haela Brightaxe :
Haela´s clergy are know as “Kaxanar” (A dwarven term loosely translated as “Blodmaidens”)

Novices of Haela are known as the Unblooded (like novices of Clangeddin) and priests are known as the Blades of the Brightaxe

The High Old Ones are collectively known as Hallowed Crimson, they have unique individual titels.

Titels :
- First Blood
- Deadly Dirk
- Stout Spear
- Sharp Axe
- Shining Sword
- Flamebolt
- Brightaxe

Laduguer :
Laduguer´s clergy are know as “Thuldor” (A dwarven term meaning “Those who endure”)

Novices of Laduguer are known as the Untempered and priests are known as the Grimcloaks.

The High Old Ones are collectively known as the Ardukes of the Gray Gloom, they have unique individual titels.

Titels :
- Deep Adept
- Dark Craftsman
- Invisible Artisan
- Rune Weaver
- Grim Guardian
- Doom Knight

Marthammor Duin :
Marthammor´s clergy are know as “Volamtar” (A dwarven term meaning “Blazers of fresh trails”)

Novices of the Watcher over Wanderes are known as the Lost and priests the Hammer are known as the Watchful Eyes. The High Old Ones have unique individual titels.

Titels :
- Sun Seeker
- Far Wanderer
- Trail Finder
- Viligant Guardian
- Stalwart Protector
- Valiant Hammer

Moradin :
Clerics of Moradin are known as “Sonnlinor” (A dwarven term meaning those who work stone)

Novices of Moradin are known as the Unworked and priests are known as Forgesmiths and as the Tempered. The High Old Ones are collectively known as High Forgesmiths, they have unique individual
titels.

Titels :
- Adept of the Anvil
- Hammer of War
- Artisan of the Forge
- Craftsman of Runes
- Artificer of Discoveries
- Smith of Souls

Sharindlar :
Clerics of the shining dancer are known as “Thalornar” (A dwarven term meaning “Those who are merciful”)

Novices of Sharindlar are known as the Chaste and priests are known as Merciful Maidens/Youths. The High Old Ones are collectively known as the Sons/Daughters (Dauls) of Sharindlar, they have unique individual titels.

Titels :
- Dancing Tresses
- Golden Allure
- Healing Touch
- Merciful Smile
- Loving Heart
- Fruitful Mother/Father

Thard Harr :
Thard´s clerics are druids, known as “Unddor” (A dwarven word meaning “Those of the jungle”)

Priests of the Lord of the Jungle Deeps are known as shamans (although they are not actually members of that class) and eschew the use of a formal hierarchiy ot titels. Each priest receives a personal title in a dream on the night the individual is initiated into the clergy. Such titels typicaööy include the name of a great beast of the jungle over which the priest is then believed to have a small amount of supernatural control.

The High Old Ones are collectively known as the Lords/Ladies of the jungle.

Vergadain :
Vergadain´s clerics are known as “burndoe” (A dwarven word meaning “Thoes who trade”)

Novices of Vergadain are known as the Impoverished and priests are known as Gilded Merchants. The High Old Ones are collectively known as the Merchant Princes, they have unique individual titels.

Titels :
- Alloyn
- Copprak
- Argentle
- Electrol
- Aurak
- High Aurak


Elven deities

Aerdrie Faenya :
Novices of Aedrie are known as Eaglets or the Tethered. Full priests of the Winged Mother are known as Winged Brothers or Sisters. Titles used by Aerdrian priests vary widely from temple to temple, with many high-ranking priests having unique individual titles. Among the priest caste of the winged elves of Mount Sundabar, commonly employed titles include:

- Aquiline Hunter-
- Cloud Walker
- Feathered Dancer
- Rain Bringer
- Rising Thermal
- Silent Screech
- Sky Diver
- Soaring Spirit
- Wind Chaser

Angharradh :
Novices of Angharradh are known as Triune Seekers. Full priests of the Triune Goddess are known as Trimorphs. The priests use titles appropriate for the aspect they primarily venerate.

Corellon Larethian :
Deep Sashelas :
Clerics and druids of Deep Sashelas are know as delpkions

Titels :
Clerics of Deep Sashelas is honoured individually through the creation of works of art and other wonders. Sashelas’s numerous temples are managed by an organized clerical hierarchy collectively known as Delphions.

Novices of the faith are known as the Impure, while acolytes are known as the Bathed.

Titles in most temple of the Great Sea include::
- Sea Otter
- Seal
- Walrus
- Sea Lion
- Delphinus
- Narwhal
- Balaenas

Titles employed in most temples of the Inner Sea include:
- Clam
- Oyster
- Nautilus
- Argonaut
- Trophon
- Cowrie
- Abalone
- Conch
- Pearl

Erevan Ilesere :
Novices of Erevan are known as the Gullible, full priests are known as Quicksilvers. Priests of Everan of all ranks create their own titles and most change their titles frequently. Specialty priests are known as mischiefmakers.

Fenmarel Mestarine :
Novices of Fenmarel are known as Lost, full priests are known as the Unbowed. Priests of Fenmarel create their own titles or forgo them altogether. Specialty priests are known as lone wolves.


Hanali Celanil :

Titels :
Novices of Hanali are known as the Beauteous. Full priests of the Heart of Gold are known as Paramours. In ascending order of rank the titles used are:

- Dove
- Suitor
- Lover
- Libertine
- Soft Caress
- Heart’s Disore
- Fiery Ardor

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles. Specialty priests are known as goldhearts.

Labelas Enoreth :

Novices of Labelas are known as Tyros. Full priests of the Lifegiver are known as Time Sentinels. In ascending order of rank the titles used are:

- Observer
- Recorder
- Librarian
- Lorist
- Sholar
- Historian
- Sage
- Philosopher

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles but are collectively known as the Wizened. Speciality priests are known as chronologians.

Rillifane Rallathil :
Novices of Rillifane are known as Acorns. Full priests of the Leaflord are known as Oakhearts. In ascending order of rank the titles used are:

- Felsul
- Silverbark
- Lasper
- Hiexel
- Blueleaf
- Phandar
- Duskwood
- Shadowtop
- Weirwood

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles, and druids have titles reflecting their place in the hierarchy of the faith as well. Speciality priests are known as druids (or skinwalkers).

Sehanine Moonbow :

Novices of Sehanine are known as Mooncalled. Full priests of the Daughter of the Night are known as Heavenly. In ascending order of rank the titles used are:

- Stargazer
- Moondancer
- Sky Seer
- Vision Seeker
- Omen Teller
- Dream Walker
- Transcendentalist
- Reverent Dreamer

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles. Speciality priests are known as starsingers.

Shevarash :

Novices of Shevarash are known as the Haunted. Full priests of the Black Archer are known as Dark Advengers.

Shevarashan priests have unique individual titles, most of which include a litany of the foes they have slain. Speciality priests are known as dhaeraowathila, an elvish word that can be loosely translated as drowbane.

Solonor Thelandira :

Novices of Solonor are known as Fledglings. Full priests of Keen-Eye are known as Hawkeyes. In ascending order of rank the titles used are:

- Fletcher
- Bowyer
- Archer
- Gray Wolf
- Snow Tiger
- Grizzly Bear
- Blood Hawk
- Fire Falcon
- Gold Eagle

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles. Speciality priests are known as rangers.


Drow deities

Eilistraee :

Worshipers call him / here :
The Dark Maiden, Lady of the Dance, Lady Silverhair, Moon Maiden

Worshipers :

Vestment / Clothe :
Clerics of Eilistraee wear their hair long and dress practically for whatever they are currently doing. For rituals, they wear as little as possible. Otherwise, they tend to wear soft leathers for hunting, aprons while cooking, and—rarely—armor when battle is expected. When relaxing, they favor silvery, diaphanous gowns. Most clerics prefer holy symbols of silver, typically worn as pins or hung around the neck on slender silver or mithral chains.

Favored Weapon :
bastard sword

Dogma / Ethos :
Be always kind, except in battle with evil. Encourage happiness everywhere. Learn and teach new songs, dances, and the flowing dance of skilled swordwork. Promote harmony between the races. Befriend strangers, shelter those without homes, and feed the hungry. Repay rudeness with kindness. Repay violence with swift violence so that those who cause it are quickly dealt with. Aid drow in distress and give them the Lady’s message: "A rightful place awaits you in the Realms Above, in the Land of the Great Light. Come in peace and live beneath the sun again where trees and flowers grow."

Titels used by priest of Eilistraee :
The clergy of Eilistraee are collectively know as dark Ladies, although individually temples often have unique collective name for the Dark Maidens priests. Acolytes and aspirants to the clergy who whish to join a temple or who have yet attained full priesthood are known as Maids.

The titles of individual priests vary widely-and at some temples are personally selected during a private Flame song.

Some common examples of titles could be :
- Moon Dancer
- Moon Singer
- Dark Hunterss
- Argent Maid
- Living Sword
- Unsheathed Blade
- Sword Smith
- Bright Edge of Darkness
- Ghost of the Moonstruck Night

The highest priest in the religion of Eilistraee :
One individual is acknowledged as the high cleric of the faith, however: Qilué Veladorn, Chosen of Eilistraee, Chosen of Mystra, and one of the Seven Sisters. Qilué’s authority is a subtle one, her words taken by most members of the faith as advice from a wise elder sister.

Churches and holy / unholy places :
The Mouth of Song (North of Quaervarr)
The Promenade of the Dark Maiden (Undermountain)
The Shadowtop Glade (Harrowdale)

Holydays :

Festivals :
One of the highest rites and ceremonies of Eilistraee is namely spoken of as 'The Hunt'. The followers of the Dark Maiden take up their blessed weapons after stripping themselves of armor and clothing, under the light of the full moon, they hunt a chosen animal (and in some more violent cases, orcs, werekin or other such fiends that threaten the safety of the surrounding area and its occupants). Ceremoniously, they partake in something of a dance as they chase down the animal (or fiend) and sacrifice it in the name of their Deity. If it is an animal that they chose, the body is usually dressed and prepared as a meal for the partakers in The Hunt. The meal is followed with a celebration of song and dance in praise of Eilistraee and of the earth and moon itself. (Inserted by Laenre)

Ceremonys :
Priests of Eilistraee have no ceremonial garb; instead, they aim to wear as little as possible during their official ceremonies. When relaxing, they prefer silver, diaphanous gowns. The holy symbols of the faith vary, including: a silver sword pendant the size of a hand, a silver long sword outlined against a silver moon with silvery filaments, and a nude long-haired female drow dancing with a silver sword in front of a full moon. These are often worn as a pin or hung around the neck by means of a slender silver or mithril chain. Recent events show that the faith of Eillstraee is opening up to male priests, despite the initial dislike of the female worshippers.

Sacrifices and other rituals :

Kiaransalee :
Worshipers call him / here :
Lady of the Dead, The Revenancer, The Vengeful Banshee

Worshipers :

Vestment / Clothe :
The church of Kiaransalee favors loose black robes with hooded cowls stitched with bone and ivory. The clergy wear gray skullcaps on their shaven heads and thin silver rings on every finger save the thumb. They spread a grayish paste made of the ashes of incinerated corpses over all uncovered skin, such as the face, hands, and feet. The holy symbol of the faith is the silver rings worn on as noted above.

Favored Weapon :
Dagger

Dogma / Ethos :
Death comes to all, and cruel vengeance will be exacted on those who waste their lives on the petty concerns of this existence. True power comes only from the unquestioning servitude of the once-dead, mastery over death, and the eventual earned stature of one of the ever-living in death. Hunt, slay, and animate those who scorn the Revenancer's power, and answer any slight a thousandfold so that all may know the coming power of Kiaransalee.

Titels used by priest of Kiaransalee :
The clergy of Eilistraee are collectively know as the Crones of thanatos. Novice of the Revenansaleen priest are known as the Commanded. All other members of the clergy are known as Nighthags.

Titles used by Kiaransaleen priest vary widely across temple hierarchies :
- Bones of the Dead
- Flesh of the Zombie
- Terror of the Wight
- Life Leech of the Wraith
- Rot of the Mummy
- Spirit harvest of the Spectra

High ranking priest of the Lady of the Dead have unique individual titles

The highest priest in the religion of Kiaransalee :

Churches and holy / unholy places :
The Acropolis of Thanatos (Beneath the Galana Mountains and plains of Vaasa)

Holydays :
While each priest performs a handful of minor devotions to Kiaransalee every month, the Crones of Thanatos venerate the Lady of the Dead on a single annual holy day-the Graverending-celebrated each Midwinter Eve. The Graverending is celebrated individually, with each priest animating as many undead creatures as she can. All such undead-known as the Vengeance Hunters-are consumed with thoughts of revenge against their killers and unerringly seek them out over the next 24 hours. If destroyed, a Vengeance Hunter does not rise again. Vengeance Hunters return to their graves, if possible, once 24 hours have passed since their animation or once they have exacted their revenge.

Festivals :

Ceremonys :

Sacrifices and other rituals :

Ghaunadaur :

Worshipers call him / here :
That Which Lurks, the Elder Eye, the Ancient One)

Worshipers :

Vestment / Clothe :
As listed above, the vestments of all priests of Ghaunadaur must be of hues pleasing to the Elder Eye. Typical raiment includes a full-length robe with voluminous sleeves, a dark tabard emblazoned with the symbol of the Elder Eye, and a gleaming, silver skull cap. All priests wear their hair long and unbound, but beards and mustaches are not permitted. The holy symbol of the faith is a sphere of black obsidian at least 3 inches in diameter, which is sometimes worn on a chain around the neck. Such spheres are often eveloped in a nimbus of mauve-hued continual faerie fire.

Favored Weapon :

Dogma / Ethos :
All creatures have their place, and all are fit to wield power. Those who hunt weed out the weak and strengthen the stock of all. Those who rebel or who walk apart find new ways and try new things and do most to advance their races. Creatures of power best house the energy of life, which Ghaunadaur reveres and represents. Make sacrifices to the Eye, persuade others to sacrifice themselves to Ghaunadaur or in service of the Eye, further knowledge and fear of Ghaunadaur, and in the end give yourself to Ghaunadaur in unresisting self-sacrifice. Convert all beings to the worship of Ghaunadaur. Slay all clergy of other faiths, plundering their temples and holdings for wealth to better your own lot and to further the worship of Ghaunadaur.

Titels used by priest of Ghaunadaur :
Any living creature – even oozes and jellies – may join the clergy of the Elder Eye, as Ghaunadaur values devotion over ability. All ghaunadan are considered as members of the clergy, as are many slithermorphs. Titles vary widely among Ghaunadaur’s solid (nonarmorhus) clergy, but examples include:

- Loathsome Ooze
- Spawn of the Pit
- Eater of Wastes
- Noxius Slime
- Creeping Doom
- Amorphous Annihilator

The highest priest in the religion of Ghaunadaur :

Churches and holy / unholy places :

Holydays :

Festivals :

Ceremonys :

Sacrifices and other rituals :
Priests of the Elder Eye are required to make daily sacrifices, preferably willing sacrifices. If a priest falls behind in their sacrifices, they are required to say a prayer while coating their hand in magical oil and lighting it on fire. If the prayer is good, the priest may keep the hand. If not, then the hand will be consumed by the Elder Eye.

Ghaunadaur expects a prayer of adulation and praise, accompanied by a sacrifice, at least once per day. If live sacrifices cannot be procured that often, the Elder Eye accepts offerings of bones and food burned in oil. Braziers of perfumed incense are also burned. If a priest is unable to procure such offerings, the priest must pray while holding one hand in an open flame. The priest's hand must be covered with any magical oil or potion. (Oils or potions of fire resistance are instantly converted to lamp oil, with the appropriate results.) If the prayer is accepted (55% chance), the hand is healed of any damage it sustains immediately after sustaining it.

In any place of worship to Ghaunadaur, all cloth furnishings and garments worn by priests are to be of hues pleasing to Ghaunadaur's eye. Acceptable colors are copper, amber, flame-orange, russet, gold, dark red, plum, purple, amethyst, violet, heliotrope, mauve, lilac, lavender, black, and silver.
Smoke and flame are to be a part of all sacrifices to Ghaunadaur. No creature should speak out against the will of Ghaunadaur in the presence of the Eye, its avatar, or its manifestation. If such defiance occurs, a sacrifice of appeasement must be performed (preferably involving the creature who defied the Elder Eye).

Lolth :

Worshipers call him / here :
The Spider Queen, Queen of Spiders, Demon Queen of Spiders, Demon Queen of the Abyss, Queen of the Demonweb Pits, Weaver of Chaos, the Hunted, the Mother of Lusts, Dark Mother of All Drow, Lady of Spiders

Worshipers :

Vestment / Clothe :
When participating in rituals, priests of Lolth work unclad or wear robes (black, trimmed with dark red and purple-or, for lesser or novitiate priests, dark purple or red trimmed with black). In some cities ornate helms carved to resemble writhing spiders are worn by Lolth's clergy, while in others heads are always left uncovered. Jewelry worn by the Spider Queen's priests consists of spider medallions and other spider designs, all made of platinum. The holy symbol of the faith is a platinum disk at least 3 inches in diameter with an embossed depiction on both its obverse and reverse in jet black enamel of a black widow spider or a platinum spider figurine on a platinum or mithral chain necklace.

Favored Weapon :
Dagger

Dogma / Ethos :
Fear is as strong as steel, while love and respect are soft, useless feelings that none can lean on. All drow who do not worship Lolth must be converted or destroyed. All weak and rebellious drow must be weeded out. All who impugn the faith must perish. Males or slaves of other races who act independently of Lolth's dictates (and those of other priests) must be sacrificed to Lolth. Those of the faithful whose loyalty is weak must be eliminated. Children are to be raised as loyal worshipers of Lolth, and each family should produce at least one priest to serve the Spider Queen better than his or her parents. Arachnids of all sorts are to be revered, and anyone who mistreats or kills a spider must die.

Titels used by priest of Lolth :
Titles used by Lothite priests vary widely from city to city but are strictly enforced within their respective domains. As an example, in Guallidurth, deep beneath Calimshan, Lolth’s clergy are collectively known as Yorn’y-athrins. In ascending order, the hierarchy of titles for the Temple City include:

- Noamutha
- Khalessa
- Kyorla
- Alura
- Quartha
- Talintha
- Elamshina
- Xundusa

High-ranking priests are collectively known as yathallars. If they rule a noble house they are known as Ilharess (Matron Mother), but otherwise they are titled as Streea’Valsharess (Black Widow) Speciality priests are known as arachnes.

The highest priest in the religion of Lolth :

Churches and holy / unholy places :
Guallidurth (Beneath the Deserts if Calimshan)
The Web of the Spider Queen (Sshamath)

Holydays :

Lolth requires homage-submission in prayer, plus offerings regularly from her priests. Ceremonies involving the sacrifice of surface elves are performed monthly during nights of the full moon as deliberate affronts to Sehanine, Lolth's hated rival. Rituals to Lolth are customarily practiced in female only company in a sacred room or area. Rituals requiring extraordinary power or a public display may be celebrated in the open and in all sorts of mixed company When Lolth's aid is required, sacrifices must be made. These are traditionally the blood of drow faithful and/or captured foes, spilled with a spider-shaped knife whose eight descending legs are blades (2d6 points of damage). In other cases, gems or other precious objects may be burned in braziers, as prayers of offering are chanted. In large, important rituals, priests of Lolth customarily use eight braziers to provide additional flame material and in homage to Lolth (the flames represent her eight legs). The most powerful rituals to Lolth defy detailed description and are seldom seen by nondrow.
Rituals to Lolth involve the burning of precious oils and incense, live offerings, and riches of all sorts, particularly gems. These are customarily placed in a bowl-shaped depression in a black altar (or burning brazier). These offerings are always consumed in the flames of Lolth at some point in the ritual. If Lolth is particularly displeased, or impostors are present, the black-and-red flames that leap from the braziers to consume the offerings may also arc to consume other valuables present, such as magical items, jewelry, and clothing. Typically, Lolth's flames do little more than humiliate a burned priest, destroying his or her garments and dealing him or her 1d4 points of damage, but an impostor or intruder receives a searing flame attack that does 6d6 points of damage (half on a successful Reflex save DC 15). If this occurs, every priest of Lolth present in the chamber instantly receives a free darkfire spell to wield, even if she or he is carrying a full load of spells or has other darkfire spells memorized. The spell comes with the strong command to use it, forthwith, to blast those who would so insult Lolth.

Festivals :

Ceremonys :

Sacrifices and other rituals :

Selvetarm :

Worshipers call him / here :
Champion of Lolth, Thane of Lolth, the Spider That Waits, the Spider Demon, Prince of the Aranea, Lord of the Venomire, Lolth's Champion, The patron of drow warriors

Worshipers :

Vestment / Clothe :
Selvetarm's faithful employ the best armor and weapons available, although they eschew the use of shields-with the notable exception of spiked bucklers-and missile weapons such as bows and crossbows. Most dark elves who venerate the Spider Demon employ drow boots, a drow cloak, and drow chain mail inscribed with Selvetarm's symbol on the breast. Most Selvetargtlin are trained in the use of two melee weapons. Favorite combinations include sword and dagger, sword and mace, and sword and axe.

Favored Weapon :
Heavy mace

Dogma / Ethos :
War is the ultimate expression of individual power, and only through battle and death can one realize the respect of one's comrades. Hone your fighting skills constantly and teach those who will follow into the fray. Never give or receive quarter, and die amidst the bloodlust of battle against overwhelming odds. Cultivate as many different weapon tricks and combat maneuvers as a spider has arms, and never fear that hidden venom, like a secret vengeance waiting to strike, will serve you ill.

Titels used by priest of Selvetarm :
Selvetarm’S clergy are known collectively as the Selvetargtlin, which is drow for warriors of Selvetarm. Titles used by the clergy vary widely across temple hierarchies, but those used in the city of Eryndlyn include:

- Edge of the Axe
- Crush of the Mace
- Steel of the Blade
- Tusk of the Boar
- Hunger of the Swarm
- Claw of the Cave Bear
- Talon of the Wyrm
- Bloodlust of the Berserker

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles. Speciality priests are known as spiderswords.

The highest priest in the religion of Selvetarm :

Churches and holy / unholy places :
The Apostolaeum of the Spider (Spider Swamp)

Holydays :
The holiest day of the year is the 6th of Kythorn, the day on which Zanassu returned after his millennial exile. On this day all of the aranea celebrate their deliverance through fasting and ritual combat.

Festivals :

Ceremonys :

Sacrifices and other rituals :
The aranea of the Spider Swamp venerate Zanassu with a totally different set of rituals, notable in comparison for their emphasis on patience, craftiness, and subtlety. Such ceremonies involve animal sacrifices to the Spider That Waits-typically a boar or lizard-and repeating litanies beseeching him to return.

Vhaeraun :

Worshipers call him / here :
The Masked Lord, the Masked God of Night, the Shadow

Worshipers :

Vestment / Clothe :
Vhaeraun's clergy garb themselves in half-masks, loose silk shirts, form-fitting pants, and leather boots, all of which are jet black. They are never without at least one black-edged bladed weapon on their persons, and most ar bedecked with half a dozen or more such weapons.

Favored Weapon :

Dogma / Ethos :
The shadows of the Masked Lord must cast off the tyranny of the Spider Queen and forcibly reclaim their birthright and rightful place in the Night Above. The existing drow matriarchies must be smashed, and the warring practices of twisted Lolth done away with so that the drow are welded into a unified people, not a squabbling gaggle of rival Houses, clans, and aims. Vhaeraun will lead his followers into a society where the Ilythiiri once again reign supreme over the other, lesser races, and there is equality between males and females.

Titels used by priest of Vhaeraun :
Vhaeraun’s clergy are collectively known as the Masked. Novices are known as the Uncloaked. All other members of the clergy are known as Nightshadows. Titles used by Vhaeraunan priests vary widely across temple hierarchies, but typical titles (in no particular order) include:

- Ascendant Darkness
- Black Moon
- Dark Mantle
- Deep Rogue
- Enveloping Night
- Raven’s Caw
- Shadow Hunter
- Silent Sable
- Twilight’s Herald

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles. Speciality priests are known as darkmasks, and traitorous priests of Lolth are known as masked traitors.

The highest priest in the religion of Vhaeraun :

Churches and holy / unholy places :
The Hall of Midnight Bloodshed (Dallnothax, Forest of Mir)
The Onyx Labyrinth (Iskasshyoll, Forert of Mir)
The Tower of the Masked Mage (Sshamath)
The Vault of Cloaked Midnight (Beneath Mount Sarenegard)

Holydays :
The most important attacks, negotiations, and other activities of the clergy must occur at night. Clerics of Vhaeraun utter prayers to the Masked God of Night whenever they accomplish something to further his aims. Offerings of the wealth and weapons of those they vanquish (enemies of the drow, or regalia of female drow priests) are to be melted in black, bowl-shaped altars. Offerings of magic and wealth are made regularly. The more and the more value, the more Vhaeraun is pleased, though he favors daily diligence more than rare, huge hauls.

Midwinter Night, known to Vhaeraun's followers as the Masked Lord's Embrace, is the most sacred time of year to the followers of the Masked Lord. This annual holy day is celebrated by the Masked Lord's followers with daylong introspective rituals of total sensory deprivation. Each worshiper is expected to cloak himself in a region of magical Darkness and Levitate at the middle of the effect for a full 24 hours while contemplating Vhaeraun's teachings and dreaming up schemes to advance the Masked Lord's goals in the coming year. All followers of Vhaeraun who wish to perform this ritual are granted the ability to employ both spell-like effects on this day, with the necessary extended duration, by a special boon of the Masked Lord himself.

In the Night Above, nights of the new moon are considered sacred to the followers of the Masked Lord. Such occasions are observed with midnight stag hunts that range over miles of shadowy woodlands, such as the Forest of Lethyr, the Forest of Mir, the Frozen Forest, the Lurkwood, Rawlinswood, the Trollbark Forest, and the Winterwood. Packs of Vhaeraun worshipers, mounted on riding lizards brought up from the Underdark, run down a noble hart and then sacrifice it's rack of antlers and still-beating heart to the Masked Lord in dark rites that pervert the ancient ways of the surface elves.

Festivals :

Ceremonys :

Sacrifices and other rituals :
Clergy of Vhaeraun must encourage, lead, or aid bands of drow and aligned chaotic evil creatures in thievery and instigate plots, intrigues, and events to continually increase drow influence and real power in the surface Realms. They must manipulate trade, creatures, and intrigues designed to lessen the power of and frustrate the plans of drow priests (particularly those who serve Lolth), and continually foment rebellion or disobedience among drow males. Drow thieves in need must be aided (even if female): healed, bailed out of jail, or forcibly rescued. Drow men oppressed or under attack by drow women must be physically aided in any circumstances. Cruelties against drow men must be avenged.

Halfling deities

Arvoreen :

Worshipers call him / here :

Novices of Arvoreen are known as Shieldbearers and priests are known as Arvoreen’s Marshals, high ranking priests have unique individual titels

Titels :
- Warders
- Guardian
- Defender
- Protector
- Magistrate
- Sheriff
- Marschal
- High Marschal

Brandobaris :

Worshipers call him / here :

Novices of Brandobaris are known as Wayward Rascals and priests are known as the Hands of Misadventure, high ranking priests have unique individual titels

Titels :
- Scamp
- Rascal
- Vole
- Swindler
- Blackguard
- Trickster
- Rapscallion
- Knave
- Master Rogue

Cyrrollalee :

Worshipers call him / here :
Friendship, trust, the home, the hearth, honesty, hospitality, crafts (especially weaving and needlework

Novices of Cyrrollalee are known as Befriended and priests are known as Homefellows, high ranking priests have unique individual titels

Titels :
- Cheery Homemaker
- Hearth Warden
- Hand of Friendship
- Hale Host/Hostess
- Homespun Champion
- Neighborly Householder
- Open Door
- Burrow Patriarch/Matriarch

Sheela Peryroyl :

Worshipers call him / here :


Novices of the Watchful Mother are known as Seedlings and priests are known as Green Daughters/Sons and are collectively known as Green Children, high ranking priests have unique individual titels

Titels :
- Daisy Maid/Lad
- Seed Sower
- Nature Nurturer
- Plant Grower
- Crop Harvester
- Seed Pollinator
- Sun Shower
- Watchful Sister/Brother

Urogalan :

Worshipers call him / here :


Novices of Urogalan are known as Earthlings and priests are known as Vassals of the Black Hound, high ranking priests have unique individual titels

Titels :
- Earth Embracer
- Soil Digger
- Clay Potter
- Dlarun Smith
- Grave Guardian
- Crypt Sentinel
- Vault Marshal
- Barrow Warden
- Black Hound

Yondalla :

Worshipers call him / here :

Novices of Yondalla are known as the Blessed Children and priests are known as Revered Councilors, high ranking priests have unique individual titels

Titels :
- Blessed Sister/Brother
- Sacred Guardian
- Revered Nurturer
- Blessed Mother/Father
- Eminent Prodigal
- August Warden
- Hallowed Provider
- Exalted Protector



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04. Giant deities - Dragon deities - Orc deities - Other races

Giant deities

Annam :
Hiatea :
Grolantor :
Iallanis :
Memnor :
Skoraeus Stonebones :
Stronmaus :
Surtr :
Thrym :


Dragon deities


Aasterinian :
Asgorath :
Astilabor :
Bahamut :
Chronepsis :
Faluzure :
Garyx :
Hlal :
Kereska :
Lendys :
Tamara :
Task :

Tiamat :

Worshipers call him / here :
The Dragon Queen, Nemesis of the Gods, The Dark Lady, The Chromatic Dragon, Creator of Evil Dragonkind, The Avaricious, Invader of Tal Shabir, Bane of Bahamut

Worshipers :
Chromatic Dragons, Cult of the Dragon, evil dragons, evil reptiles, fighters, sorcerers, thieves, vandals.

Vestment / Clothe :

Favored Weapon :
Heavy Pick

Dogma / Ethos :

Titels used by priest of Tiamat :
Tiamat’s priests are regimented by a strict hierarchy of ranks and corresponding titles. Acolytes of the faith are known as Wyrmfodder.

Titls :
- Custodian of the Copper Chalice
- Defender of the Silver Shield
- Warden of the Electrum Mail
- Guardian of the Gold Scepter
- Keeper of the Platinum Crown
- Scale of the White Wyrm
- Horn of the Black Beast
- Wing of the Green Gargantua
- Talon of the Blue Baartoran
- Breath of the Red Ravager

Higher ranking priests of the Dragon Queen are collectively known as the Dark Scaly Ones, a practice originating in Unther.

The highest priest in the religion of Tiamat:

Churches and holy / unholy places :
The Alter of Scales (Catacombs of Ruined Unthalass)
The Wings of the Queen Reborn (Ruins of Castle Perilous)

Holydays :

Festivals :

Ceremonys :

Sacrifices and other rituals :

Tchazzar :
Zorquan :


Orc deities


Bahgtru :
Gruumsh :
Ilneval :
Luthic :
Shargaas :
Yurtrus :


Other races


Blibdoolpoolp :
Chee'ah :
Diinkarazan :
Diirinka :
Eadro :
Yllis :
Gorellik :
Great Mother :
Hruggek :
Ilsensine :
Kurtulmak :
Laogzed :

Maglubiyet :

Worshipers call him / here :
Fiery-Eyes, the Mighty One, the High Chieftain, the Lord of Depths and Darkness, the Battle Lord

M'daess :
Parrafaire :
Piscaethces :
Sekolah :
Semuanya :

Shekinester :
- The Acquirer (aspect of Shekinester):
- The Empowerer (aspect of Shekinester):
- The Preserver (aspect of Shekinester):
- The Seeker (aspect of Shekinester):
- Ssharstrune (aspect of Shekinester):
- The Weaver (aspect of Shekinester):

Sseth :
The clergy of Sseth is known as Ssethssar

Titels :
- Adder
- Pit Viper
- Asp
- Krait
- Cobra
- Anaconda
- Rattler
- Boalisk
- Python

Higher ranking priests are known collectively as Elder Serpents, but have unique individual titles revealed to them by Sseth himself. Wizards in service to the church are known as Heways.

Merrshaulk :
Varae :
Vaprak :
War'dango :

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05. Nondeity powers - Dead deities

Nondeity powers

Archdevils

Asmodeus :
Baalzebul :
Malkizid :
Mammon :
Mephistopheles :


Archon paragons


Barachiel :
Domiel :
Erathaol :
Pistis Sophia :
Raziel :
Sealtiel :
Zaphkiel :


Demon princes


Baphomet :
Demogorgon :
Eltab :
Graz'zt :
Kostchtchie :
Orcus :
Pazrael :
Sess'Innek :
Yeenoghu :


Eladrin paragons

Faerinaal :
Gwynharwyf :
Morwel :


Guardinal paragons


Bharrai :
Kharash :
Manath :
Sathia :
Talisid :
Vhara :


Dead deities

Gilgeam :
The clergy of Gilgeam was organized into a rigid hierarchy with a consistent set of titles throughout Unther.

Titles :
- Aspirants (Novices)
- Watcher
- Enforcer
- Captain of the Third Rank
- Commander of the Third Rank
- Autarch of the Third Rank
- High Captain of the Second Rank
- High Commander of the Second Rank
- High Autarch of the Second Rank
- Lord High Captain of the First Rank
- Lord High Commander of the First Rank
- Lord High Autarch of the First Rank

Priests of higher level were given individual titles commensurate with their position by Gilgeam himself.

Girru :
Inanna :
Ki :
Marduk :
Nanna-Sin :
Nergal :
Ramman :
Utu :

Others

Amaunator :
Amaunator’s clergy were extremely hierarchical and rulebound. Each Righteous Potentate (high priest of a temple, called a “Court”) oversaw all aspects of church functions. No one could perform or be relieved of their duties without the consent of the Righteous Potentate or one of his seven Monastic Abbots. Under each of the seven Monastic Abbots, there were an additional seven High Jurists (priests) who served relentlessly, performing whatever duties were assigned to them. Lower ranks of clergy members served beneath the High Jurists, and were known as (in descending order): Jurists, High Magistrates, Magistrates, Defenders of the Law, Lions of Order, Radiant Servants, and Clerks.

Auppenser :

Worshipers call him :
Master of the Invisible Art, The Lord of Reason, The Enlightened One

Worshipers :

Vestment / Clothe :
Those who follow the Lord of Reason dress within a wide range from austere to elegant. In general though, Auppenserans dress for ritual in light robes of cyan, blue or black, each bearing the bronze eye symbol of their god, and many with trim or piping of the same. Often times the senior most clergy adorn enchanted 'third eyes' upon their foreheads, as a symbol of the inner eye in honor of their god, each gifting the wearer with a variety of psychic powers.

Favored Weapon:

The ethos :

Titels used by priest of Auppenser :
Priests of Auppenser are known as Psiarchs. High level priests are referred to as Most Enlightened with the most senior clergy being titled Ascended Minds. Auppenser's knightly order, simply known as the Sibylline, are the martial arm of the faith, enacting the will of the Psiarchs under which they serve, and protecting the faithful of their lord.

The highest priest in the religion of Auppenser :

Churches and holy places :

Holydays :

Festivals :

Ceremonys :

Sacrifices and other rituals :


Bhaal :

The titles in ascending order of rank is:
- Deathdealers (Priests) ore Slaying Hand (Assassins) is a shred title (regardless of level or rank)
- Cowled Death is the title of the nine most senior clergy members
- The elite assassin of Bhaal are called First Murder
- The leader of a church are called High Primate / High Primistress

Earthmother :
Eshowdow :
The clergy is known as Eshewtak, are known as shadow stalkers

Titles :
Eshowdow’s clergy has no formal hierarchy of titles, but is has a loose hierarchy of power based on personal prowess as a priest. Each individual priest is given a unique title in lieu of his name by the priest who inducts him into the priesthood. These new names are said to come from Eshowdow himself and speak of the destiny of the individual to whom they are given.

Ibrandul :

Iyachtu Xvim :

The titles in ascending order of rank is :
- Vermin (for novice clerics)
- Oppressor (Those of 2-3 level)
- Hatemaster (Those of 4-8 level)
- Ruinlord (Those of 9-15 level)
- Tyrannar (Those of 16level +)

Titles in the church are the same regardless of gender, and the temples are run in a strictly hierarchy manner

Jazirian :
Kalzareinad :
Karsus :
Members of Karsus’s clergy where known informally as Heartbloods.

The cult died out before a formal hierarchy of titles could be established

Kiputytto :
Kukul :
Leira :
Moander :
Murdane :

Myrkul :
Myrkulytes addressed each other as ”Death” or ”Most holy Death” (senior or elderly priests), adding the honorific before a known name ore title. The titles in ascending order of rank is:
- Dearing one (novice, addressed formally by other Myrkulytes as Daring Death + Name)
- Night Walker
- Bone Talker
- Shroud Wearer
- Crypt Carver
- Bone Dancer
- Ritual Consecrator
- Undead Master
- Withering Lord
- Deathbringer
- Elder Doom

The title “Elder Doom” are used by all clergy who ascended in rank and influence beyond rule over a Temple.

All of these level titles described a duty or ritual of the faith that a priest assumed fore the first time upon ascending to the named rank.

Mystryl :
Othea :
Tyche :
Valigan Thirdborn :
Ra :
World Serpent :


The Seven Lost Gods

Camnod the Unseen :
Borem of the Lake of Boiling Mud :
Haask, the Voice of Hargut :
Maram of the Great Spear :
Tyranthraxus the Flamed One :

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XXXXXXXXXXXXX If I needed more space XXXXXXXXXXXXX

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This will be the new way ill gather the information on the different religions in Forgotten Realms.

XXXXX :

Power

Worshipers call him / here

Worshipers

Domains

Portfolio

Vestment / Clothe

Favoured Weapon

Specifically Opposed Deities

Church and Dogma / Ethos

Titles used by priest of XXXXX

Full priests are known as

Titles :

The highest priest in the religion of XXXXX

Churches / Shines and Holy places

- Churches

- Shines

- Holy places

Holydays

Festivals

Ceremony’s

Sacrifices and other rituals

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Corellon Larethian :

Novices of Corellon are known as Faerna. Full priests of the Protector are known as Faernsuora.In ascending order of rank the titles used are:

- Aegisess (Protector)
- Adoness (Peacekeeper)
- Kerynsuoress (Holy Warrior)
- Ivae’ess (Lightbringer)
- Avae’ess (Joybringer)
- Syolkiir (Wildstar)
- Lateu’suoress (Crescent-Moonblessed)
- Araegisess (Great Protector)
- Aradoness(Great Peacekeeper)
- Arkerynsuoress (Great Holy Warrior)

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles but are collectively known as the Cormiira (Blessings of Corellon).

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Deep Sashelas:

Sashelas’s numerous temples are managed by an organized clerical hierarchy collectively known as Delphions.
Novices of the faith are known as the Impure, while acolytes are known as the Bathed.

Titles in most temple of the Great Sea include::
- Sea Otter
- Seal
- Walrus
- Sea Lion
- Delphinus
- Narwhal
- Balaenas

Titles employed in most temples of the Inner Sea include:
- Clam
- Oyster
- Nautilus
- Argonaut
- Trophon
- Cowrie
- Abalone
- Conch
- Pearl

High priest of the faith are collectively known as Delphites but always have unique individual titles.
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Erevan Ilesere :

Novices of Erevan are known as the Gullible, full priests are known as Quicksilvers.
Priests of Everan of all ranks create their own titles and most change their titles frequently. Specialty priests are known as mischiefmakers.
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Fenmarel Mestarine:

Novices of Fenmarel are known as Lost, full priests are known as the Unbowed.
Priests of Fenmarel create their own titles or forgo them altogether. Specialty priests are known as lone wolves.
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Greetings sages and other kind of lore masters/diviners, I need some of your time.

It seams that I found a little problem concerning: The highest priest in the religion of XXXX :

If I am going most holly/unholy pries of each religion what do I have to look fore

- Highest Level
- The chosen
- The head master (priest) of the greatest temple to the religion.

I hope some of you have a idea´r of what I mean. (Spiritual leader)

Vic

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Hanali Celanil:


Novices of Hanali are known as the Beauteous. Full priests of the Heart of Gold are known as Paramours. In ascending order of rank the titles used are:

- Dove
- Suitor
- Lover
- Libertine
- Soft Caress
- Heart’s Disore
- Fiery Ardor

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles. Specialty priests are known as goldhearts.

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Labelas Enoreth:

Novices of Labelas are known as Tyros. Full priests of the Lifegiver are known as Time Sentinels. In ascending order of rank the titles used are:

- Observer
- Recorder
- Librarian
- Lorist
- Sholar
- Historian
- Sage
- Philosopher

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles but are collectively known as the Wizened. Speciality priests are known as chronologians.
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Rillifane Rallathil :

Novices of Rillifane are known as Acorns. Full priests of the Leaflord are known as Oakhearts. In ascending order of rank the titles used are:

- Felsul
- Silverbark
- Lasper
- Hiexel
- Blueleaf
- Phandar
- Duskwood
- Shadowtop
- Weirwood

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles, and druids have titles reflecting their place in the hierarchy of the faith as well. Speciality priests are known as druids (or skinwalkers).
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Sehanine Moonbow :

Novices of Sehanine are known as Mooncalled. Full priests of the Daughter of the Night are known as Heavenly. In ascending order of rank the titles used are:

- Stargazer
- Moondancer
- Sky Seer
- Vision Seeker
- Omen Teller
- Dream Walker
- Transcendentalist
- Reverent Dreamer

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles. Speciality priests are known as starsingers.

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Shevarash :

Novices of Shevarash are known as the Haunted. Full priests of the Black Archer are known as Dark Advengers.

Shevarashan priests have unique individual titles, most of which include a litany of the foes they have slain. Speciality priests are known as dhaeraowathila, an elvish word that can be loosely translated as drowbane.
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Solonor Thelandira:

Novices of Solonor are known as Fledglings. Full priests of Keen-Eye are known as Hawkeyes. In ascending order of rank the titles used are:

- Fletcher
- Bowyer
- Archer
- Gray Wolf
- Snow Tiger
- Grizzly Bear
- Blood Hawk
- Fire Falcon
- Gold Eagle

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles. Speciality priests are known as rangers.
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Ghaunadaur :

Any living creature – even oozes and jellies – may join the clergy of the Elder Eye, as Ghaunadaur values devotion over ability. All ghaunadan are considered as members of the clergy, as are many slithermorphs. Titles vary widely among Ghaunadaur’s solid (nonarmorhus) clergy, but examples include:

- Loathsome Ooze
- Spawn of the Pit
- Eater of Wastes
- Noxius Slime
- Creeping Doom
- Amorphous Annihilator

Speciality priests are known as amorphites
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Lolth :

Titles used by Lothite priests vary widely from city to city but are strictly enforced within their respective domains. As an example, in Guallidurth, deep beneath Calimshan, Lolth’s clergy are collectively known as Yorn’y-athrins. In ascending order, the hierarchy of titles for the Temple City include:

- Noamutha
- Khalessa
- Kyorla
- Alura
- Quartha
- Talintha
- Elamshina
- Xundusa

High-ranking priests are collectively known as yathallars. If they rule a noble house they are known as Ilharess (Matron Mother), but otherwise they are titled as Streea’Valsharess (Black Widow) Speciality priests are known as arachnes.
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Selvetarm :

Selvetarm’S clergy are known collectively as the Selvetargtlin, which is drow for warriors of Selvetarm. Titles used by the clergy vary widely across temple hierarchies, but those used in the city of Eryndlyn include:

- Edge of the Axe
- Crush of the Mace
- Steel of the Blade
- Tusk of the Boar
- Hunger of the Swarm
- Claw of the Cave Bear
- Talon of the Wyrm
- Bloodlust of the Berserker

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles. Speciality priests are known as spiderswords.
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Vhaeraun :

Vhaeraun’s clergy are collectively known as the Masked. Novices are known as the Uncloaked. All other members of the clergy are known as Nightshadows. Titles used by Vhaeraunan priests vary widely across temple hierarchies, but typical titles (in no particular order) include:

- Ascendant Darkness
- Black Moon
- Dark Mantle
- Deep Rogue
- Enveloping Night
- Raven’s Caw
- Shadow Hunter
- Silent Sable
- Twilight’s Herald

High-ranking priests have unique individual titles. Speciality priests are known as darkmasks, and traitorous priests of Lolth are known as masked traitors.

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Well I should have read before posting - I missed the new format demands. I don't know if I can update all the postings - but I will try hard Vic.
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No problemo Matthus, I just added some more information so that this site can be the one where people come to find information regarding FR on the net.

I tried to use the top 10 words used in goggle regarding religion / deities in forgotten realms so our work could be seen by people seeking knowledge regarding deities in Forgotten Realms

I will ask my question again to all the sages and other strange people here at Candlekeep


Greetings sages and other kind of lore masters/diviners, I need some of your time.

It seams that I found a little problem concerning: The highest priest in the religion of XXXX :

If I am going to find the most holly/unholy pries of each religion what do I have to look fore

- Highest Level
- The chosen
- The head master (priest) of the greatest temple to the religion.

I hope some of you have a idea´r of what I mean. (Spiritual leader)

Vic


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Nice work. I borrowed the Vhaeraun part and you of course got the credit for the info.

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Thanks Drakul

I am sorry to tell you all that there are still problems adding all, the information one the thread, because of the lack off space.

I am trying to find other ways storing this knowledge.

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The problem is as usual that all this knowledge takes up to much space, and if I am going to continue this work I have to post it another way.

Each single post cant opting the information.

See first posts it end with Tymora

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