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The Artisan[edit]

{{Deity |hdligo=d |sym=The Emblem of Freedom |plane=None |align=Neutral |port=None |calign=Any |dom=<!--All core domains except death and destruction. Look over any homebrew domains later.--> |favweap=Any }} {{ImageNeeded}} The Artisan is the nonexistant creator of the multiverse, betrayed by the Eternal Guardian and isolated from its own creation. However, despite the Eternal Guardian's best efforts, the Artisan has managed to gain enough access to the multiverse to speak to beings in the Far Realm, the border of reality. Its access is not enough to change anything by itself; however, it has the ability to grant spells to clerics of secluded cults dedicated to it.

Dogma[edit]

The Artisan communicates only one wish: to be allowed access to reality. It does not seem to care how this comes about.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

The Artisan has no centralized clergy or formal temples. Instead, it has numerous cults with various beliefs and practices. However, all of these cults share a common goal: letting the Artisan into the multiverse. These cults operate in secret, and move around often, because the Church of the Eternal Guardian seeks to destroy any such cults.



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The Eternal Guardian[edit]

{{Deity |hdligo=o |sym=The Emblem of Balance |plane=All |align=Neutral |port=Everything |calign=Any |dom=All |favweap=Spear }} {{ImageNeeded}} If the multiverse is the body of reality, then the Eternal Guardian is its soul. The Eternal Guardian strives to defend the multiverse against all threats to the delicate balance. However, it focuses most of its power on isolating the Stolen Truth from the Artisan, and so has little power left to influence the multiverse directly. Therefore, it relies on its church to further its goals, which it communicates to the Supreme Prophet.

Dogma[edit]

The Eternal Guardian seeks to preserve the multiverse, and prevent drastic changes to it. This means three things: preserve the status quo, work to achieve a balance between all things, and kill any and all heretics (a broad term that generally means people who advocate change, new ideas, or worship of anything other than the Eternal Guardian, the Pure Light, or the Tainted Dark).

Clergy and Temples[edit]

The Church of the Eternal Guardian runs the theocratic country of , and, secretly, has a puppet government in the adjoining country of . Temples of the Eternal Guardian are large and ornate, and the clergy consists of both clerics and druids.



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The Pure Light[edit]

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