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09:05:01 AM Jan 30th 2011
Question on the "God is Evil" front; I know the story is that they keep the wall of the faithless that melts the soul of anyone who rejects the worship of gods, and that the gods forced Kelemvor to put it back up so they didn't lose their power, but was it ever suggested that taking it down was actually an improvement? That the world would be a better place without gods, or what would happen to the souls of the dead without the realms of the deities for them to go to? Because unless it was specific that the world would be better without the wall of the faithless, nightmare fuel though it may be, I don't thing that having a survival instinct marks the gods as being evil.
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