KelemvorWhat happens when we die?Kelemvor by Ithildin-dA
Such a frightening question, that. Some say we merely cease to exist. Being one of the faithless myself, I cannot decide which fate would be worse: to come at last to naught and be unremembered, or to wake suddenly in the Gray Waste and realize everything the clerics tried to peddle to me about the afterlife was true. Lord Kelemvor may or may not be heartless, but he is Judge of the Damned, and must remain objective to a fault. Hidden behind his silver mask, he is enigmatic, unreadable even to his Chosen. It is more than daunting to be confronted by someone I know very little about, when he holds the manuscript of my life in his hands and has memorized every word. I dread looking into the argent mirrors of his eyes and being condemned for eternity to the Wall of the Faithless.
... Perhaps I do know which fate would be worse, after all.
Rhaine's Tale 4 - ReflectionRhaine's Tale 4 - Reflection by AuriV1
After returning home to West Harbor at the behest of High Father Gerard, Rhaine enjoys herself at the annual Harvest Fair. The joyful reunion with her childhood friends is short-lived, however, when the village is attacked by mysterious beasts and Amie Fern is slain. The young Doomguide then embarks on a quest to Neverwinter in order to investigate a shard of silver - what Daeghun believes the creatures are looking for - and her destiny unfolds. She bears another similar shard within herself, buried in her chest from an assault on West Harbor when she was but a babe. Thus, it is only she who can find all of the shards, reforge them into the legendary Sword of Gith, and use it to defeat the rising King of Shadows - the threat of which Father Gerard spoke in his last hour.
During her journeys, she becomes a hated foe of both the planar Githyanki and the Hosttower of Luskan...the latter of which attempting to kill her by putting her on trial under false charges. However, with