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I disagree with this page's undiscussed move from Kelemvor to Kelemvor Lyonsbane, and propose a move back. The god's name is not Kelemvor Lyonsbane any more, but merely Kelemvor. Lyonsbane is a suffix only used during his mortal days. If no one responds to this, I shall move it back. -Erolos 16:52, 13 May 2006 (UTC)
He's referred to as Kelemvor Lyonsbane in Faiths and Pantheons and in the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting. ⇒ JarlaxleArtemis 01:44, 15 May 2006 (UTC)
I agree with the the first one. When one becomes a greater power, their family name or suffix is removed. This is done to recognize them as a greater power. So instead of being identified as a descendant of a human family, Kelemvor is known just as Kelemvor or "THE" Kelemvor. This type of name elimination is not done to Demi-gods because they should be recognized as ascending mortals and not greater gods with masses of followers.