Clerics who take the War domain spend considerable time training for combat.

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This domain grants a cleric the following additions:

Domain power[edit source]

Granted power: Clerics with the war domain receive Weapon Focus in their patron deity's favored weapon.

Spells[edit source]

Level Spell
1
2
3
4 Flame Strike
5
6
7
8 Power Word, Stun
9

Special: War domain clerics are proficient with all martial weapons if their deity's favored weapon is a martial weapon. Similarly, if the deity's favored weapon is an exotic weapon, the cleric will be proficient with all exotic weapons.

Note: if a cleric with War Domain becomes a Doomguide, (s)he switches deities to Kelemvor. His favored weapon is a bastard sword, an exotic weapon, but the game RETAINS the weapon feats the original deity granted at the time of character creation, not granting exotic weapons feat (altough doomguide grants it anyway), and NOT giving you weapon focus for the bastard sword, retaing the one related to the previous god. It is suspected Favored Souls are in a similar boat with their weapon feats granted through progression. Meaning if you want to Doomguide with war domain, probably chose Kelemvor at the start for bastard sword focus.

This domain was added with Mask of the Betrayer expansion.

Deities[edit | edit source]

NWN comparison[edit | edit source]

NWNWiki:War domain

  • The War domain has been revised in MotB to more closely follow PnP rules, and the NWN1 version is now more equivalent to the Fury domain.

3.5 comparison[edit | edit source]

  • Clerics in DnD 3.5 receive a Domain spell for every spell level.
  • The original benefits of this domain are contained in the Hypertext SRD for comparison. SRD: Cleric Domains
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