You know, I like this discussion Antionio, because it is making me rethink how I view Nyx. You are focusing on her as an Entropic and as a patroness of Undead, while I have always thought of her in a different way because she is Neutral. Rethinking this though, I am wondering how much it really makes sense to have a Neutral Patroness of Undeath. Seems a bit contradictory doesn't it?rabindranath72 wrote: Yes, but if she is by definition a patron of Death, I don't expect her to support Undeath or similar; nothing Entropic, to use a BECMI term. Nor life, nor anything which is not related to her portfolio.
But if I port her to an Entropic Immortal, I might need to change that Immortal to support the idea in the adventure.
For example, there is a 4e adventure in which Orcus tries to upset the balance and usurp the place of the RQ. If I ported this adventure to Mystara, and RQ=Nyx, I would have a fight between two Entropic Immortals...who cares? (it would not even be much of a fight considering the position held by Nyx as Hierarch).
Now, if the RQ was a Neutral Immortal of the Sphere of Time (natural decay of things=death), things would be much more interesting: a conflict between Spheres. And it would preserve the respective portfolios: death != undeath
But...I suppose we can agree to disagree