Of course, if you want to explore the Endless Night there are problems you will face no matter where you go. The realm itself constantly consumes light and life. In D&D terms it is minorly negative dominant . Unless you’re protected by some form of warding magics, the Night will continuously drain away your life energy, ultimately consuming your body and leaving nothing but a shadow. Even if you’re protected against this effect you must still deal with the darkness. All light sources in this plane are reduced to dim light . The radius of illumination doesn’t change, but no light can banish the perpetual gloom. Spells that use negative energy will be maximized (variable die rolls such as damage and healing have the maximum possible result; this doesn’t affect attack rolls or saving throws), while spells that rely on positive energy are minimized.
This documentary was quite terrible. Bill twisted the words of all his poor interviewees and attacked them unfairly. I think its important to remeber that you can be very religious but not be an extremetist. He only interviewed extremeists who take the Bible literally! I think he made some horrible stereotypes (most notibly on muslims) and jsut spent the whole time bashing religion. Religion is not the source of all horror and terror. It sets us apart from other animal species.
This documentary supports the stereotype that atheists are religion haters. Not true!