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|Goddess of Philosophy and Wisdom (Light)
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|'''Goddess of Philosophy and Wisdom''' (Light)
  
 
''Forens' divine wisdom fills the hero with inspiration and insight.''
 
''Forens' divine wisdom fills the hero with inspiration and insight.''
 
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=== Divine Gift ===
 
=== Divine Gift ===
[[Sacred 2:Inspiration|Inspiration]] &ndash; For a brief period, all damage taken will be reflected back to the attacker, who consequently harms himself.
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=== Statues ===
 
=== Statues ===
Statues of {{PAGENAME}} can be found all over Ancaria. Praying near them helps the characters to partially regenerate her Divine Gift - Inspiration.<br>
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* Statues of {{PAGENAME}} can be found all over Ancaria. Praying near them helps the characters to partially regenerate her Divine Gift - Inspiration.<br>
 
[[Sacred 2:Map of Ancaria|Have a look through the SacredWiki Map]] to find out where her statues are located.
 
[[Sacred 2:Map of Ancaria|Have a look through the SacredWiki Map]] to find out where her statues are located.
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* She also has a statue in each of the many [[Sacred 2:Temple of the Gods|Temples of the Gods]] scattered throughout Ancaria.
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=== Her Followers ===
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Forens is respected in many regions of Ancaria. It's hard to say that one race esteems her more than the other. Her shrines can be found in the [[Sacred 2:Forgotten Gardens|Forgotten Gardens]] where the [[Sacred 2:Seraphim Priestess|Seraphim Priestesses]] spend their time, in [[Sacred 2:Artamark|Artamark]] near the [[Sacred 2:Kufferath Castle|Kufferath Castle]] and even in the [[Sacred 2:Bengaresh Desert|Bengaresh Desert]].
  
 
=== God Quests ===
 
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=== Possible references for this Deity's name or background ===
 
=== Possible references for this Deity's name or background ===
* Her name was probably derived from the english word 'Forensic', or latin 'Forensis', that have the same meaning.
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* Her name was probably derived from the english word ' ''Forensic'' ', or latin ' ''Forensis'' ', that have the same meaning.
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* The other possible reason behind her name is the latin word ' ''Foris'' ' that has the meaning of a city gate. The meaning shifted a bit to places outside the city gates. Therefore the people from outside the city gate were called ' ''Forenses'' '. As Forens' book describes her as a traveller, this explanation has a possibility to be true.
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=== Notes ===
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* {{PAGENAME}} can be chosen by all the characters except for the [[Sacred 2:Inquisitor|Inquisitor]].
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Latest revision as of 06:17, 15 January 2014

Forens

Forens Icon.png Goddess of Philosophy and Wisdom (Light)

Forens' divine wisdom fills the hero with inspiration and insight.

Divine Gift

Inspiration
Forens.png
For a brief period, all damage taken will be reflected back to the attacker, who consequently harms himself.


Her book

There is an in-game book that describes the legends and beliefs about Forens. This book is entitled Book 3 - Forens, Goddess of Philosophy.

Statues

  • Statues of Forens can be found all over Ancaria. Praying near them helps the characters to partially regenerate her Divine Gift - Inspiration.

Have a look through the SacredWiki Map to find out where her statues are located.

Her Followers

Forens is respected in many regions of Ancaria. It's hard to say that one race esteems her more than the other. Her shrines can be found in the Forgotten Gardens where the Seraphim Priestesses spend their time, in Artamark near the Kufferath Castle and even in the Bengaresh Desert.

God Quests

There are several quests in game that are dedicated to the player character's chosen Deity. The ones dedicated to Forens are:

Possible references for this Deity's name or background

  • Her name was probably derived from the english word ' Forensic ', or latin ' Forensis ', that have the same meaning.
  • The other possible reason behind her name is the latin word ' Foris ' that has the meaning of a city gate. The meaning shifted a bit to places outside the city gates. Therefore the people from outside the city gate were called ' Forenses '. As Forens' book describes her as a traveller, this explanation has a possibility to be true.

Notes

  • Forens can be chosen by all the characters except for the Inquisitor.


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