Playing a Calabim game, for a long time my evilness was limited to how my own population was treated. Yes, humans were things to eat and to fight for me, but I wasn't going out of my way to make life more miserable for them or for anyone else. Well, except for that little red river thing. Anyway, eventually my vampiric aristocracy (and many humans) started going for this religion, and I converted. Thing is, I don't know how to adapt it's lore to the Calabim lore. As vampires, my noblebloods certainly understand the drive for more power, as do the lowlife humans beneath. But bringing about the end of the world... well that's no good for anyone, now is it? And demons walking the Earth? What for? My vampires have a good thing going, why would they want to change the status quo? So essencially I guess what I'm asking is - does a Civ lose all their other drives/traits when it converts to Ashen Veil? Can it just carry on with it's own interpretation of it, without going all the way into more extreme consequences? Cheers!