I will check it out. Thanks!
The way I see atheism working in a roleplaying game with gods is that the atheist acknowledges the gods' existence and power but does not find that power alone as sufficient reason for reverence. I actually find that very logical, especially in a world where deities are powerful but not all-powerful.
I really don't think "fine" is good enough when it comes to druid Spellcasting. So much of the druid's power seems to be derived from the assumption that the average druid will take multiple order feats. If it's assumed, then it needs to be baseline. Take a look at a storm druid who focuses only on spellcasting to other casters of the same level. It is not a good look, imo. Comparable to a bard, but nowhere near a cleric.
Taldan is Common. I do not believe they have a regional language because their language is the Common tongue for the Inner Sea Region.
From Pathfinder Wiki: The language of the Taldan people is Taldane; the language has spread to become the Common speech of the entire Inner Sea region, a testament to Taldor's vast influence
I made images with the cleric domain powers, sorc bloodline powers, and wiz school powers all together