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Areas[edit | edit source]
Tabernacle[edit | edit source]
Inside the player can make offerings to Helm, Tyr, Selûne, or Mystra or various other deities at the Statue of the Gods in exchange for the condition: Anointed in Splendour. The condition ends after each long rest, but can be reapplied again for free. Making an adequate donation earns the Inspirational Event Ordinary Practises in Extraodinary Times (Acolyte background).
The amount you have to offer to receive the blessing depends on your level and difficulty. At level 1, 400 gp will grant you the blessing and at level 11/12 it's 4500 gp increasing to 5000 gp on Tactician difficulty. The offering is the same amount as needed to get a merchant to 100 Attitude as seen here.
The blessing is only available to the character that made the offer, and the character who received the blessing must pray at the corresponding statue each day to reapply it. Each character can receive their own blessing, but they must make their own (separate) donations. Once a character makes a sufficient donation to receive a god's blessing, they cannot make donations to other deities.
Basement[edit | edit source]
The basement of the tabernacle can be accessed by unlocking the Ornate Wooden Hatch at X: 103 Y: -30.
Within the basement, there are several traps as well as a number of offering chests to various gods. Items donated by the player will also appear in the corresponding offering chest. Looting any of the items from the offering chests (including items previously donated by the player) curses the offending character with Castigated By Divinity. However, breaking the chests and looting the items from the floor will avoid the curse.
Castigated By Divinity can removed with a Remove Curse spell, but that spawns a creature to fight. So it's best to save the citizens from panic and remove the curse while still in the basement. You'll know the condition is gone when it no longer has the Castigated By Divinity icon beside the character.
Statues[edit | edit source]
See also: Deities
Dedicated Statues[edit | edit source]
- Selûne, the Lady of Silver and goddess of the moon
- Mystra, the goddess of magic
- Helm, the Watcher and god of protection and guardians
- Tyr, the Blind God of law and justice
Statue of the Gods[edit | edit source]
Gods of Light and Justice[edit | edit source]
- Bahamut, the dragon god of justice
- Corellon Larethian, Creator of the Elves
- Eilistraee, the Dancing Goddess of beauty and freedom
- Garl Glittergold, the bright and clever Father of All Gnomes
- Ilmater, the One Who Endures, god of the oppressed and persecuted
- Lathander the Morninglord, god of vitality, of hope, and of beginnings
- Mielikki, the Lady of the Forest and Supreme Ranger
- Moradin the Soul Forger, All-Father of the Dwarves
- Yondalla the Blessed, Matriarch of the Halflings
Gods of Balance and Ambiguity[edit | edit source]
- Kelemvor the Great Guide, Lord of the Dead
- Oghma, Lord of Knowledge and Patron of Bards
- Tempus, God of War and Lord of Honourable Battle
- Tymora, the Bright Smiling Lady of Luck
Gods of Greed and Darkness[edit | edit source]
- Gruumsh One-Eye, He Who Watches, God of the Orcs
- Laduguer the Exile, Deity of the Duergar
- Lolth, the Weaver of Destiny and Queen of Spiders and Darkness
- Talos the Storm Lord, God of Fury and Destruction
- Tiamat, Dragon Queen of Chaos and Avarice
- Shar, Dark Lady of Loss and Mistress of the Night
Notable quests[edit | edit source]
Notable loot[edit | edit source]
- : looted from the main offering chest in the basement.
- : looted from the Offerings to Tyr chest in the basement.
- : looted from the Offerings to Helm chest in the basement.
Sold by Vicar Humbletoes:
Traders[edit | edit source]
Companion Approval[edit | edit source]
Some companions approve or disapprove of making an offering to the gods. Positive approval seems to apply only once, while negative approval can apply multiple times (if multiple characters make their own separate offerings).
- Making an offering to any of the gods:
- Making an offering at the statue of Selûne, Mystra, Helm, or Tyr, or to any of the gods of light and justice at the Statue of the Gods:
- Making an offering to Mielikki at the Statue of the Gods:
- Making an offering to Oghma at the Statue of the Gods:
- Making an offering to any of the gods of greed and darkness at the Statue of the Gods:
- Making an offering to Lolth at the Statue of the Gods:
- Making an offering to Shar at the Statue of the Gods: