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After the initial character creation, is there any way to change the deity you're worshipping?

A certain bonus might have looked attractive on the startup screen but might not be working out (ie perhaps I chose to be atheist and realize 1% exp bonus is not that great).

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Upvoted for a great title. – Ryre Feb 8 '12 at 22:51
Upvoted for being a valid question.. All I have seen so far are those shrines you can pray at but they are not a permanent shift... seems odd with all the other things you can reset about your character that this part was left out so far. – James Feb 8 '12 at 23:29
@James Yes, I thought it was odd that there doesn't appear to be anywhere to change it, as new players it's tough to guess what might be needed later. – Tharius Feb 9 '12 at 2:09
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No there is no way to change your patron God.

Source: I found the same question you asked on the official forum of the game and all replies to this question were negative.

I wouldn't worry about it thought because patron god bufffs don't really make much of a difference,while i do agree that 1% experience buff is almost un-noticable other god buffs aren't really that great either.Some of the better god buffs are those 5% additional mana/HP and if you do some calculations you will see that those 5% really make almost no difference

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It's really not hard to get 17/20% buffs to HP and mana as well. (Source: my lv29 mage has 600HP added from armour alone) – The Communist Duck Feb 16 '12 at 17:08
If you can provide a link to the official forum I'll mark this as answered. – Tharius Feb 16 '12 at 21:24
@Stephen Here is the link of the question on official forum… and here is link for the question on gamefaqs… – ChrisHateZ Feb 16 '12 at 21:52

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