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ASOIAF: Which religion would you follow?
If you lived in the world of ASOIAF, regardless of whether you lived in Westeros, North of the Wall, the Free cities, etc, which religion would you follow?
1) The Faith of the Seven
The Faith of the Seven is the dominant religion of the Seven Kingdoms, and is often simply referred to as the Faith. The gods of the Faith are sometimes known as the new gods to differentiate them from the old gods.
2) The Old Gods
The children of the forest were the first inhabitants of Westeros and they worshiped the Old Gods. These were the ancient spirits of the forest which were given form in the sacred weir wood trees, which the children gave faces to and through which green seers could see throughout the lands.
R'hllor is the lord of light and god of fire. He is the antithesis of the god whose name should not be spoken, the Great Other, who commands ice and death.
Two noted followers of R'hllor are Melisandre and Thoros of Myr, who take two very different approaches to their worship. Melisandre uses her power to see the future in fire and birth shadow children who can kill humans; Renly Baratheon fell victim to her. Thoros uses the power of R'hllor to see into the flames and continually revive Beric Dondarrion from death. The prayers of R'hllor state that "the night is dark and full of terrors."
4) The Drowned God
The Drowned God is the chief deity worshiped in the Iron Islands. His greatest enemy is the Stranger. His worshippers are almost exclusively from the Iron Islands.
The Drowned God's followers believe that the Drowned God died and was reborn anew from the waves, thereby making him immortal, as what is dead can never die. These followers believe that a man can attain salvation by being drowned in salt water and later resuscitated, going through the same process of rebirth as their god. They are therefore called Drowned Men and wear robes of roughspun seaweed, stained with salt. They believe that when righteous men die, they are summoned to the Drowned God's watery halls, where they will feast forever beneath the waves.
5) The Great Stallion
The horse is in the heart of the lives of Dothraki, who are sometimes dubbed the "horselords" It is both a deity, a mount, a power source for its meat and milk of mares, and an inspiration for all craft
6) Him of Many Faces
The Many-Faced God, also known as Him of Many Faces, is a deity worshipped by the Faceless Men, a guild of assassins established in the Free City of Braavos.
The founder of the Faceless Men came to believe that all the diverse slave population of Valyria prayed for deliverance to the same god of death, just in different incarnations. Thus, in Qohor, the Many-Faced God is called the Black Goat; in Yi Ti, the Lion of Night and in the Faith of the Seven, the Stranger.
This belief of a single god with many incarnations or 'faces' came to be reflected in the Guild's House of Black and White, which contains a public shrine with idols of many death gods, including the Stranger of the Faith of the Seven.
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