That is a good note about the magic jar, but not sure one mention in a spell has that far reaching an affect but good point sir . I remember an old story where a Forgotten Realms priest had been turned into a vampire and was transported to Ravenloft. He attempted everything possible to contact his goddess only to be ignored. Then when he happened to be present when another person contacted his goddess he confronted her. She looked upon him with great pity and compassion but told him that he was not her follower because her follower had died and she had allready collected his soul. Then in the story he went on to find another god who could accept him as he was now. Because when he died his old soul went away and a new soul grew in its place. Now that is an AD&D based story but it was really good and I liked the way it gave room for redemption, just not whith his original god, who must follow her portfolio. It turned out that his original goddess had drawn the attention of the other god to one of his possible followers.