Ikoma wrote:One of my players asked me about the cleric situation (who are the gods of the setting, how is the church organized, allowed domains, etc.). I told him that was all up for grabs, he could create it and tell me. He shrugged, said, "I'm not sure I'm up for all that work," and went with a sorcerer instead.
I did that once. I was playing a ratfolk noble with the leadership feat. One of the many, MANY ratfolk followers I had was a cleric. I called him Monterey Jack, high priest of The Big Cheese. It wasn't a state-recognized religion, so my characters were effectively cultists.
Lord Thomas, the right honorable Baron of Muenster was mechanically overcomplicated, but was a fun exercise in taking a silly concept seriously.