The Chosen were individuals imbued with divine power by at least one of the deities. It gave them power that was comparable to a demigod.[1]

It was possible for one being to be the chosen of more than one deity.[2]

As of 1485 DR there were no Chosen who weren't also exarchs.[3]

Known Chosen[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Asmodeus[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Auril[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Azuth[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Bane[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Bhaal[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Cyric[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Deneir[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Eilistraee[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Eldath[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Enlil[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Ghaunadaur[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Gilgeam[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Gruumsh[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Gzemnid[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Helm[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Ibrandul[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Ilmater[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Labelas Enoreth[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Lathander[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Lolth[edit | edit source]

Main article: Chosen of Lolth

Chosen of Loviatar[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Malar[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Mask[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Merrshaulk/Sseth[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Mielikki[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Milil[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Myrkul[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Mystra[edit | edit source]

Main article: Chosen of Mystra

Chosen of Null/Faluzure[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Oghma[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Rillifane Rallathil[edit | edit source]

Chosen of the Seldarine[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Sehanine Moonbow[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Shar[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Silvanus[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Sune[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Talona[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Talos[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Tymora[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Ubtao[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Umberlee[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Vhaeraun[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Yurtrus[edit | edit source]

Chosen of Zehir[edit | edit source]

Appendix[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. Although the adventure Murder in Baldur's Gate presents three possible Chosen of Bhaal (Torlin, Rilsa Rael, and Ulder Ravengard), Torlin is the canonical candidate, and the one referenced in later releases such as Dead in Thay.
  2. Erin M. Evans confirmed in a post in the Candlekeep forum that he was a Chosen of Vhaeraun. He appears in The Adversary.

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