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Posted by2 months ago

which countries and/or cities each of the regent court Gods is the patron of? Also which of the Gods later site with Corin?

Like Corin is the patron Goddes of Corintar and the Dame is Dameria's and subsequently Rogieria's, what are the other Gods main Country or maybe city? As for the second part, I think it's really self explanatory.

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level 1
· 2 mo. ago
Free City of Beepeck

Apart from the temples:

Castellos is the patron and protector of Castanor;

Balgar is mostly worshipped in parts of pre-greentide Escann, Silverforge and later Khugdihr;

There are also many countries and provinces that are clearly named after certain gods:

Balgar - balgarton (province), Balgabar Esmaryal - Esmaria Adean - Adenica Begga - Beggastone Nerat - Neratica Nathalayne - Nathalaire

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level 2

Balgar

I'm not 100% sure how it works within "canon", but Hammerhome's whole stick is worshipping Balgar, to the point they form an Empire named after him.

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level 2
· 2 mo. ago
Free City of Beepeck

As for who supports corin, I believe most of the Nerat and Falah clergy does, but this is roughly explained in the events that lead up to the crimson deluge.

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level 1

Munas is the patron of moonhaven and after the religion war in ibevar he and the dame become the patron gods there.
Munas is neutral in the conflict corin adean since is a human problem because the souls of elves are cared for by Munas.

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level 1
· 2 mo. ago
Marquisate of Wesdam

This discussion is ridicoulous.

All shall eventually bow before the C U B E anyways

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level 1
· 2 mo. ago
Free City of Anbenncóst

It's hard to say who sides with who because most people would just say that the gods take the same side they do. Some priesthoods are more inclined to certain gods, however. The priests of Nert and Falah mostly align with Corin for example while the priests of Ara and Esmarya generally side with Adean.

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level 2
· 2 mo. ago
Free City of Anbenncóst

Oh, and the biggest temple to Nerat is a massive mausoleum in Corseton in Bisan, but the nan even bigger one is made fro mthe Cheshoshi bone citadel in Aelantir. The Balgar priests seem to be based in Castonath and Silverforge as Balgabar's spawn province used to be th eformer and is now the latter. Balgabar, of course, then sets up a new Balgar theocracy in the Ynn.

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level 1

Minara, Ara, Ryan-whatever, and the Dame have temples dedicated to them that are their own countries, so that would probably count.

As for gods, note that by design Anbennar does not actually explicitly deny or confirm whether gods exist. Every single instance of divine influence is always by virtue of some in-game entity interpreting an event as such. So, maybe the answer to your question is 'none' because there are no gods.

Assuming the gods do exist... no idea. Mechanically, Corin gets her own religion devoid of the original pantheon, whilst the Pantheon removes Corin as a deity choice, implying it's an all out 1vsAll.

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level 2

There is the Cube though.

Also I think there should be an event chain during the Crimson Deluge where you could actively support one side where each god of the pantheon could be influenced to join one side or the other and reforming both religions in the process, making the old Regent Court Adeanite for example. And after the League War is won with Religious Peace the gods would be locked in place.

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level 2

As for gods, note that by design Anbennar does not actually explicitly deny or confirm whether gods exist.

I wouldn't say that exactly, the cannorian "gods" definitely existed, the real question is how divine are they really.

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level 2
· 2 mo. ago
Free City of Anbenncóst

Mechanically, Corin gets her own religion devoid of the original pantheon, whilst the Pantheon removes Corin as a deity choice, implying it's an all out 1vsAll.

The Corinites still like the previous gods, and most would assume that the gods they like sided with Corin. The mechanical difference is to show that the Corinites care less about the mythology of the individual gods and more about following Corin's example (and also to give the choice of whether to convert or not more mechanical significance).

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level 1
· 2 mo. ago
Based Salt Lion

This is explicitly not the way you're supposed to interpret it, but I always associate Ara with Arannen cause the name is similar. Turns out "Arannen" just means "fort by the river" or something like that.

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level 1
· 2 mo. ago
Based Salt Lion

This is explicitly not the way you're supposed to interpret it, but I always associate Ara with Arannen cause the name is similar. Turns out "Arannen" just means "fort by the river" or something like that.

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