The Silver Tree: The Silver Tree is a
symbol of goodness, but not really a god or entity. First worshipped on Inzeladun during the First Age,
the symbol was
soon forgotten after the Fall of Angust. The use of the Silver Tree resurfaced in the Sixth Age when Sir Grimhelm of
Indor used it as his symbol.
Despite not being a deity, the Silver Tree does have clerics and worshipers who believe otherwise. Those who follow The Silver Tree are considered to have no particular deity and may select any two domains to represent their spiritual inclinations and abilities. The follower's alignment must be non-Evil. A cleric of the Silver Tree is expected to heal, protect, and avenge.
Due to the influence of Sir Grimhelm, King of Silvergate, the Silver Tree has become a major religious force in Inzeladun. The most famous followers of the Silver Tree during modern Ages include Tho'ef Sharpshooter (an Elf), Alphonse (a Gnome), Gunnthryd (a Paladin of Tyr), Ahgy (a Druid), Thumedan (a Wizard), Nepankhra (a priest of Ra), and Raloth (a paladin of the Silver Tree).
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