Pillars of Nobility
Reformed Pantheonism is the second-largest religion known to the people of the pillars.
In some parts of the world, as people climbed the mountains and breached the cloudline, they discovered ruins attributed to the Old Gods. Combined with the fact that the connection with the Old Gods was only lessened and never completely severed (divine magic still worked to some degree, prayers and worship still brought a certain sense of comfort, etc.), some concluded that the Old Gods existed and were either hidden, lost, or held captive by the same evils that plague the Lowlands.
These beliefs eventually coalesced to form what is known as Reformed Pantheonism. Pantheonists (or, sometimes, Reformists), generally hold old beliefs about the Old Gods, but emphasize a dedication to discovering the Pantheon’s whereabouts. Whether through sacrifice, meditation, or physical exploration, Pantheonists strive to find the Old Gods and return them to their proper place as heads of civilization.
According to legend, each god created a temple to be their home on the material plane. Prior to the Darkness, none of the temples had ever been located, though rumors and ancient legends spoke of the rough locations of a few of these godly manors. When the climbers arrived above the cloudlayer, they discovered many of the temples. All were dusty, forgotten, and abandoned. This has helped spur the popularity of Liberal belief.
Temple of Bahamut ( Everstrong Pillar)
Temple of Avandra
Temple of the Twin Lights (Pelor & Sehanine) ( Turquoise Pillar)
Temple of Moradin ( Obsidian Pillar)
Temple of the Raven Queen ( Viridian Pillar)
Temple of Kord
Temple of Erathis
Temple of Zehir
Temple of Tiamat ( Russet Pillar)
Temple of Bane
Temple of Gruumsh
Temple of Vecna