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    Looking for tenets of Mayaheine and Pelor paladins.
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    Tue Feb 19, 2008 7:22 pm  
    Looking for tenets of Mayaheine and Pelor paladins.

    Hi there fellow Hawkers. I am interested in creating a paladin code for Mayaheine.

    Since she herself was an ascended paladin of Pelor, I'm interested in hearing from others what type of paladin codes they have established for these gods.

    Thanks,

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    Tue Feb 19, 2008 8:40 pm  

    Seeing this came to fruition in our campaign several years ago, I will contact our DM and see what he may have worked up already and get it on here for you.
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    Wed Feb 20, 2008 12:51 am  

    Ther have been some excellent articles about the Paladins of Oerth in the Living Greyhawk Journal section of Dragon/Dungeon:


    LIVING GREYHAWK Journal [Volume 2, Number 20; Fireseek 593 CY, April 2003]
    Included in Dragon 306
    Cover: None

    Articles
    Paladins of Greyhawk: Holy Warriors of the Flanaess
    By Gary Holian
    Details the holy warriors of Mayaheine, Murlynd, Pelor, Rao and St. Cuthbert.


    LIVING GREYHAWK Journal [Number 23, no volume or Flanaess date information provided]
    Included in Dungeon 104
    Cover: None

    Articles
    Paladins of Greyhawk: Holy Warriors of the Flanaess; part 2
    By Gary Holian
    Details the holy warriors of Al'Akbar, Azor'Alq, Heironeous, Hextor, Pholtus, and Trithereon.
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    Wed Feb 20, 2008 4:35 am  

    Thanael wrote:
    Ther have been some excellent articles about the Paladins of Oerth in the Living Greyhawk Journal section of Dragon/Dungeon:


    LIVING GREYHAWK Journal [Volume 2, Number 20; Fireseek 593 CY, April 2003]
    Included in Dragon 306
    Cover: None

    Articles
    Paladins of Greyhawk: Holy Warriors of the Flanaess
    By Gary Holian
    Details the holy warriors of Mayaheine, Murlynd, Pelor, Rao and St. Cuthbert.


    LIVING GREYHAWK Journal [Number 23, no volume or Flanaess date information provided]
    Included in Dungeon 104
    Cover: None

    Articles
    Paladins of Greyhawk: Holy Warriors of the Flanaess; part 2
    By Gary Holian
    Details the holy warriors of Al'Akbar, Azor'Alq, Heironeous, Hextor, Pholtus, and Trithereon.

    Fantastic. I knew I had seen this at one time. Thanks for looking it up!

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    Wed Feb 20, 2008 10:25 am  

    The LGJ Index in hosted right here on the CF site, look for the link on the left, under Special Features.

    Of course there's also the unfinished but still very usefulGreyhawk in Periodicals index..
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