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Cleric Guild

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Primary Skillset: Magic
Secondary Skillsets: Lore, Weapon
Tertiary Skillsets: Survival, Armor
Special Abilities: Communes, Resurrection,
Mana Type: Holy
Barbarian - Bard - Cleric - Commoner - Empath - Moon Mage

Necromancer - Paladin - Ranger - Thief - Trader - Warrior Mage

The Clerics of Elanthia are a vastly diverse group, as different in their beliefs as there are combinations of the dozens of Immortals that manifest in everyday life. Clerics span the spectrum from the benevolent worshipers of the Light gods to the malevolent minions of the Dark gods, as well as the Keepers of Balance in between.

We are the Priests of War and the Patrons of Peace. We are the menders of the soul and the force that shears it like fresh meat. We are the most feared opponent of the Undead and the summoners of ancient spirits. All are accepted, for in the Cleric guild, there is but one solid doctrine -- You may worship any gods that you wish, as long as your devotion is genuine.

Official Information

Guild crest: A pair of hands, one light and one dark, cradling a bridge that spans the two palms

Information courtesy of Dragonrealms Website.

Guild Hall Locations

The Crossing
This Guildhall is presided over by the pious Guildleader Esuin. (You can type DIR CLERIC for directions.)
This Guildhall is guided by the venerable Guildmistress Jelna Sarik. (You can type DIR CLERIC for directions.)
This Guildhall is under the tutelage of the wise Elothean Guildmistress Sothavi.
This Guildhall is led by the powerful but patient S'Kra Guildmaster Kor'yvyn.
Aesry Surlaenis'a
This Guildhall is under the stern guidance of Guildmistress Innu.
This Guildhall is supervised by Guildmistress Eydtha, Grace of Eluned.
This Guildhall is nestled within the Vela'tohr Valley and overseen by Guildleader Vecuto.
This Guildhall is located on the Street of Priests and run by the Sand Elf Guildmaster Anctarcarim.

Skillsets and Common Races

A cleric's primary skillset is Magic. Lore and Weapon are secondary skillsets, with Survival and Armor as tertiary skills.

Clerics break down into the following races:

Human 32%
Dwarven 14%
Elothean 14%
Elven 13%

Crafting Affiliation

Guilded clerics receive one free technique slot in the Artificing discipline of the Enchanting skill, one free technique slot in the Binding discipline of the Enchanting skill and one free technique slot in the Invoking discipline of the Enchanting skill.

See: Crafting

Guild Abilities


Clerics are the primary conduit between mortals and the gods. A true Cleric must always be conscious to show respect and devotion to the deities of their choice. A Cleric in high favor with his or her gods will find that their magical abilities are enhanced. Likewise, a Cleric who shirks their duties and ignores the gods may find their abilities fading. There are dozens of ritual sequences and puzzles to choose from that allow a Cleric to show their devotion. These methods are as unique and varied as the gods themselves.


Clerics have the unique ability to COMMUNE with the gods in their time of need, calling upon the favor they have earned through their dutiful devotions. Utilizing these abilities will strain the Cleric's favor with their gods, so a wise Priest will continue to show their devotion through rituals, in turn allowing them to commune with the gods more often and for greater benefit.

A list of devotional rites is available for your reference in the Cleric Guild halls, but you will not be able to decipher any rite which you have not yet earned through the completion of holy quests.


Clerics can align themselves to one of the 39 Immortals to receive a bonus to two of the five magic skills (Augmentation, Debilitation, Targeted, Utility, Warding) while receiving a penalty to the other three. See Cleric_3.0#Alignment for a full list.


After completing the appropriate requirements, a cleric can use their attunement skill to INFUSE mana into their learned magical matrices and spells, yielding greater effects, increased integrity or prolonged durations that were impossible before. Infusion is also necessary to complete the ritual of Resurrection, providing a means to find a lost soul of a fallen adventurer.

Cleric spells

Clerics have access to Holy mana. Cleric spell slots. Cleric spells.

Revelation (Utility)Centering (Augmentation)Glythtide's Gift (Augmentation)Minor Physical Protection (Warding)Bless (Utility)Auspice (Augmentation)Soul Sickness (Debilitation)Rejuvenation (Utility)Protection from Evil (Warding)Sanyu Lyba (Warding)Major Physical Protection (Augmentation)Divine Radiance (Utility, Targeted Magic)Hand of Tenemlor (Targeted Magic)Horn of the Black Unicorn (Targeted Magic)Fists of Faenella (Targeted Magic)Uncurse (Utility)Sanctify Pattern (Augmentation)Aesrela Everild (Targeted Magic)Eylhaar's Feast (Utility)Chill Spirit (Targeted Magic)Vigil (Utility)Mass Rejuvenation (Utility)Soul Shield (Warding)Ghost Shroud (Warding)Benediction (Augmentation)Halo (Debilitation, Warding)Shield of Light (Augmentation, Utility)Harm Evil (Targeted Magic)Phelim's Sanction (Debilitation)Fire of Ushnish (Targeted Magic)Malediction (Debilitation)Curse of Zachriedek (Debilitation)Huldah's Pall (Debiliation)Persistence of Mana (Augmentation)Osrel Meraud (Utility)Heavenly Fires (Targeted Magic)Bitter Feast (Utility)Soul Attrition (Targeted Magic)Soul Bonding (Debilitation)Harm Horde (Targeted Magic)Time of the Red Spiral (Targeted Magic)Hydra Hex (Debilitation)Idon's Theft (Debilitation, Utility)Meraud's Cry (Debilitation)Spite of Dergati (Debilitation, Warding)Resurrection (Utility)Murrula's Flames (Utility)Cleric Spells.png
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Circle Requirements

Skillset Skill 1-10 11-30 31-70 71-100 101-150 151-200
armor Shield Usage 1 2 2 3 4 10
armor 1st Armor 2 2 3 3 4 10
weapon Parry Ability 2 3 3 3 4 10
weapon 1st Weapon 3 3 4 4 5 13
weapon 2nd Weapon 0 0 2 2 3 8
lore 1st Lore 2 3 3 4 5 13
lore 2nd Lore 2 2 3 3 4 10
lore 3rd Lore 1 2 2 3 3 10
lore 4th Lore 0 0 2 3 3 8
magic Theurgy 3 4 4 5 6 15
magic Attunement 2 2 3 3 4 10
magic 1st Magic 4 4 5 5 6 15
magic 2nd Magic 4 4 4 5 6 15
magic 3rd Magic 3 3 4 4 5 13
magic 4th Magic 0 3 3 4 5 13
magic 5th Magic 0 0 3 4 5 13
survival 1st Survival 1 2 2 3 3 8
survival 2nd Survival 1 1 2 2 3 8
survival 3rd Survival 1 1 1 2 2 5
survival 4th Survival 1 1 1 2 2 5

Hard skill requirements ( Theurgy, Parry Ability, Shield Usage) are listed in bold. These skills cannot count toward Nth skills, such as 1st Magic or 1st Weapon.

Soft skill requirements ( Attunement) can count toward your Nth skills.

Note: The following "mastery" skills never count toward Nth skill requirements, since they affect all or most of the skillset: Defending, Parry Ability, Offhand Weapon, Melee Mastery, Missile Mastery, and Holy Magic. For Clerics, Sorcery and Thievery also do not count towards Nth skill requirements.

Nth skill requirements are met with your top-ranked skills out of the following list of eligible skills:


Skillset Skill 10 30 70 100 150 200
armor Shield Usage 10 50 130 220 420 920
armor 1st Armor 20 60 180 270 470 970
armor Total Armor 30 110 310 490 890 1,890
weapon Parry Ability 20 80 200 290 490 990
weapon 1st Weapon 30 90 250 370 620 1,270
weapon 2nd Weapon 0 0 80 140 290 690
weapon Total Weapon 50 170 530 800 1,400 2,950
lore 1st Lore 20 80 200 320 570 1,220
lore 2nd Lore 20 60 180 270 470 970
lore 3rd Lore 10 50 130 220 370 770
lore 4th Lore 0 0 80 170 320 720
lore Total Lore 50 190 590 980 1,730 3,680
magic Theurgy 30 110 270 420 720 1,470
magic Attunement 20 60 180 270 470 970
magic 1st Magic 40 120 320 470 770 1,520
magic 2nd Magic 40 120 280 430 730 1,480
magic 3rd Magic 30 90 210 330 580 1,230
magic 4th Magic 0 60 180 300 550 1,200
magic 5th Magic 0 0 120 240 490 1,140
magic Total Magic 140 500 1,380 2,190 3,840 8,040
survival 1st Survival 10 50 130 220 370 770
survival 2nd Survival 10 30 110 170 320 720
survival 3rd Survival 10 30 70 130 230 480
survival 4th Survival 10 30 70 130 230 480
survival Total Survival 40 140 380 650 1,150 2,450
all Total 310 1,110 3,190 5,110 9,010 19,010
  • Soft Requirements are not counted towards cumulative totals.


A list of Cleric holy visions can be found here.

The monk outside the Crossing Cleric's Guild gives a different message to people entering depending on whether they are a Cleric, and what circle Cleric they are if so.

Non-Cleric (Including Empaths): The monk glances over to you and nods in greeting as you enter the guildhall.

1st: The monk eyes you for a moment before waving you onward to the guild with the words, "Welcome, [Pre-Title] SoandSo, I trust you have not been slacking in your studies?"

10th: The monk nods in greeting and says, "Good day [Pretitle] SoandSo, how are your studies progressing?"

20th: The monk smiles in greeting and says, "It's good to see you're taking your duties to [YourImmortal] seriously."

30th: The monk greets you with a pat on the back and a friendly smile, "You are becoming quite devoted, [Pre-Title] SoandSo. I am sure [YourImmortal] would be quite pleased!"

50th: The monk makes a sweeping gesture with his hand, ushering you toward the guildhall with the words, "Welcome, [Pre-Title] SoandSo! It is good to see you visit us still, even as you grow in the eyes of [YourImmortal]."

70th: The monk's eyes grow wide as he sees you approach. He ushers you inside with a bow and a hearty greeting. "By the gods! It is wonderful to see the elders pass through our humble halls still. Make yourself at home, [Pre-Title] SoandSo."

90th: The monk smiles nervously as you approach and he stammers, "Welcome to our humble guildhall, [Pre-Title] SoandSo. We are honored to be graced by the gift of your visit. May [YourImmortal] bless this occasion!"

106th+: The monk bows humbly with a sweeping gesture toward the guildhall and says, "A High Priest(ess) (Pre-title?) of YourImmortal! It is indeed a marvelous honor to be in your presence, m'[Lord/Lady] SoandSo. Please proceed with the welcome of our entire city."

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