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    Monster Mythology Update Project

    This thread is for my project to update the DMGR4 Monster Mythology deities (although some deities from other sources have snuck in, too) to the Faiths & Avatars style format. I've posted this project at other forums, but since I try to incorporate canon from specific settings where possible, I figured I should share it here for the Greyhawk fans. I also try to add in some stuff of my own creation, expanding upon minor mentions or creating new things (temples, etc.) where it feels appropriate. Future updates will be posted in replies, with this post edited to reflect new additions.

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    Bugbear (and Other) Pantheon:
    Grankhul the Hunter
    Hruggek the Decapitator
    Meriadar the Patient One
    Skiggaret the Deranged One
    Stalker, the Hateful Shadow

    Goblin Pantheon:
    Bargrivyek the Peacekeeper
    Khugorbaeyag the Overseer
    Maglubiyet the Mighty One
    Nomog-Geaya the General

    Kobold and Urd Pantheon:
    Dakarnok the Raider
    Gaknulak the Trapmaker
    Kuraulyek the Horned Thief
    Kurtulmak the Cunning

    Orcish Pantheon:
    Bahgtru the Leg-Breaker
    Gruumsh One-Eye
    Ilneval the Horde Leader
    Luthic the Cave Mother
    Shargaas the Night Lord
    Yurtrus White-Hands

    The Ordning:
    Annam the All-Father
    Diancastra, the Wanton Wanderer
    Grolantor the Steading Lord
    Grond Peaksmasher
    Hiatea the Huntress
    Iallanis the Tender One
    Karontor the Deformed One
    Memnor the Deceiver
    Skoreaus Stonebones, the Living Rock
    Stronmaus the Storm Lord
    Surtr the Black
    Thrym, the King of Ice

    Gnoll Pantheon:
    Gorellik the Loner
    Refnara the Moon-Biter
    Yeenoghu the Demon Prince of Gnolls

    Ogre Pantheon:
    Mirklak the Orcslayer
    Vaprak the Destroyer
    Ysshara the Lorekeeper

    Interlopers on the Giant Pantheon:
    Baphomet, Demon Lord of Minotaurs
    Kostchtchie, the Demon Prince of Wrath

    Draconic Pantheon (Io's Children):
    Aasterinian, the Messenger of Io
    Arcanic the Learned
    Astilabor the Hoardmistress
    Bahamut the Platinum Dragon
    Chronepsis the Death Dragon
    Elemtia the Tempest
    Faluzure the Night Dragon
    Garyx the Firelord
    Hlal the Jester
    Io the Ninefold Dragon
    Kalzareinad, The Keeper of Dark Wonders
    Kereska Wonderbringer
    Lendys the Balancer
    Rais, the Cogitative One
    Sardior the Ruby Dragon
    Tamara the Merciful
    Task the Wrester
    Tiamat the Chromatic Dragon
    Zorquan the High One

    Aerial Deities:
    Jazirian the Eternal Serpent
    Koriel the Vigilant
    Stillsong the Singing Sphere

    Aquatic Deities:
    Anguileusis the Abiding One
    Blibdoolpoolp the Sea Mother
    Demogorgon, the Prince of Demons
    Eadro the Deliverer
    Ilxendren the Demonray
    Panzuriel the Enslaver
    Persana, Guardian of the Deep
    Sekolah the Great Shark
    Surminare the Selkie Queen
    Trishina the Waverider
    Water Lion the Sharkslayer

    Avian Deities:
    Krocaa the Crimsonfeather
    Quorlinn the Filcher
    Remnis, the Great Lord of the Eagles
    Syranita, Mistress of the Aarakocra

    Reptilian and Amphibian Deities:
    Laogzed the Devourer
    Merrshaulk the Serpent Lord
    Parrafaire the Naga Prince
    Ramenos the Great Frog
    Semuanya the Survivor
    Sess'innek the Emperor Lizard
    Shekinester the Three-Faced Queen

    Centaur Pantheon:
    Brilros the Battle Stallion
    Chitza-Atlan, the Guardian of the Gateway to the Underworld
    Fanthros Storm-Hooves
    Kheiron the Educator
    Linroth Fleet-Hoof
    Naharra the Mother-Mare
    Skerrit the Hoofed Lord

    Lycanthrope Pantheon:
    Balador the Master of Mead
    Daragor the Wolflord
    Eshebala the Vixen Queen
    Ferrix the Prowler
    Squerrik the Ratlord

    Dark Fae Powers:
    Cegilune
    The Queen of Air and Darkness

    Seelie Court:
    Caoimhin the Kindly
    Damh the Horned Beast
    Eachthighern the Unicorn Lord
    Emmantiensien the Treant-King
    Fionnghuala the Mistress of Swans
    Nathair Sgiathach the Prankster
    Oberon
    Squelaiche the Court Jester
    Titania
    Verenestra

    Beholder Pantheon:
    Great Mother, the Hive Spawner
    Gzemnid the Gas Giant

    Deities “missing” from Demihuman Deities:
    Araleth Letheranil the Prince of Stars
    Diinkarazan
    Diirinka the Betrayer
    Klikral
    Nebelun the Meddler
    Tethrin Veraldé the Shining One
    Zinzerena

    Myconid Pantheon:
    Psilofyr the Spore Lord

    Illithid Pantheon:
    Ilsensine
    Maanzecorian

    Undead Deities:
    Kanchelsis
    Mellifleur

    Miscellaneous Underdark Deities:
    The Dark God
    The Elder Elemental God
    Juiblex
    Piscaethces

    Neogi Pantheon
    Kil'lix
    Kr’tx the Flaming Master
    P'kk
    Thrig'ki
    T'zen'kil


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    Wed Feb 12, 2014 5:25 am  

    Thanks for sharing AuldDragon. This is a wonderful project. Faiths & Avatars is one of my favourite D&D sourcebooks for many reasons and I'd always hoped to work on my own project doing something similar for the Greyhawk deities.

    I'll keep checking back to see if there are any new additions to your list!
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    Wolfling wrote:
    Thanks for sharing AuldDragon. This is a wonderful project. Faiths & Avatars is one of my favourite D&D sourcebooks for many reasons and I'd always hoped to work on my own project doing something similar for the Greyhawk deities.

    I'll keep checking back to see if there are any new additions to your list!


    Thanks!

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    Pretty awesome project, AuldDragon. I look forward to seeing a treatment on Blibdoolpoolp in particular. Keep up the good work! Cool
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    Iallanis the Tender One

    Just in time for Valentine's Day is the giantish goddess of love, Iallanis the Tender One. She is one of the youngest members of the Ordning, born after Hiatea's acceptance by Annam. Her long-term goal is to bring all giants into the fold of good, including the other members of the Ordning, even Memnor and Karontor. She is patron of love in all forms, and the mercy and forgiveness that comes from it. Enjoy!

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    Grond Peaksmasher

    Grond Peaksmasher is a relatively minor deity from the Forgotten Realms setting, playing a part in the novel The Druid Queen, by Douglas Niles. He received a handful of mentions in various other supplements, but the most significant information on him was published in Polyhedron #111, containing some additional details about him in the aftermath of the novel. Unfortunately, his specialty priest class was a direct mirror of Hiatea's, which I felt really did not suit him at all. I have endeavored to write up a full entry on him that incorporates information from the novel and the Polyhedron article, as well as how I think his personality would direct his priests (with an eventual goal of being known outside of just the Moonshaes), so he can be of use even to those who do not have campaigns set in the Forgotten Realms.

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    Diancastra, the Wanton Wanderer

    Diancastra, the Wanton Wanderer, is one of the youngest members of the Ordning, and still has the wanderlust of youth. Born to Annam and a mortal mother, she had the same drive to claim her birthright as Hiatea, and in the process established a colorful heroic career. She values the pleasures in life, be they of the body or the mind.

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    Mirklak the Orcslayer

    I found a brief mention of Mirklak the Orcslayer in The Great Gray Land of Thar booklet of Elminster’s Ecologies. The description of the ogres in that land, as well as the section on their gods, offered great fodder for expanding ogre culture and faith. In particular, the additional deities of the ogres, the ancient kingdom of the ogres, and the depiction of Vaprak as wholly ogrish rather than a mix of ogre and troll gave me the idea that the Thar ogres are actually descended from ancient spelljamming colonists, perhaps from the ogre empire that appears to be in the sphere of the Steel Star. Regarding Mirklak, I made him an amalgam of the various ogre heroes mentioned, and to whom all deified ogre heroes merge with.

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    Ysshara the Lorekeeper

    Like Mirklak, Ysshara the Lorekeeper received a brief mention in the Great Grey Land of Thar booklet of Elminster's Ecologies. With Mirklak and Vaprak, the three deities form a nice small pantheon for ogres, and I felt I needed to give considerable depth to her, so she didn't seem like just an ogre version of the orcish Luthic. Ysshara turned into what I think is a very interesting deity, with considerable potential to make ogres into a more well-rounded race in any AD&D campaign.

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    Stronmaus the Storm Lord

    Stronmaus the Storm Lord is the most powerful member of the Ordning outside of Annam, and is the de facto leader of the pantheon. He is the exuberant patron of the storm and good cloud giants, and holds domain over the seas and skies, sunshine, and weather of all sorts.

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    Vaprak the Destroyer

    Vaprak the Destroyer is the deity of ogres and trolls, and as befits those races, he is a savage and destructive god. With an alternate view of Vaprak from Elminster's Ecologies, he becomes a much more interesting god than a single-mindedly destructive god, although that is still his predominant personality trait.

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    Formalized Rules for Dragon Priests

    I’ve completed a set of formal rules for handling specialty priests for dragons. These rules are compatible with the Council of Wyrms Dragon-Priest kit and can be used with PCs. They are also usable outside of that setting, and replace the rules in the Cult of the Dragon for draconic specialty priests. These rules will be familiar to those who are familiar with the previous post I made on draconic specialty priests, as well as my entry on Tiamat, although they are now more detailed.

    The rules can be read or downloaded here.

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    Annam the All-Father

    Annam the All-Father is the patriarch of the giants, mortal and divine. He is said to be the creator of worlds, laying the foundation upon which other pantheons have built upon. The eons he has existed and the disunity of his children has caused him to withdraw from the daily activities of his family, abdicating much of his responsibility to Stronmaus and Hiatea. While his power is nearly unrivaled, he spends much of his time watching the events of the multiverse from afar.

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    Zorquan the High One

    Zorquan the High One is the deity who embodies what it is to be a dragon, representing those features all dragons share. His primary concern is with the survival of the dragon races as a whole rather than individual dragons.

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    Arcanic the Learned

    Arcanic the Learned is a minor demipower introduced in Council of Wyrms, as a LN deity of magic. As that setting had additional material presented in Dragon Magazine (and later included in the hardbound re-release) for sage-dragons, it seemed suitable to make Arcanic the patron of that kit. I also made his relationship with Kereska something like the relationship between Azuth and Mystra in the Forgotten Realms, with a focus on wizardry rather than magic itself.

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    Astilabor the Hoardmistress

    Astilabor the Hoardmistress is the goddess who represents the desire most dragons have for gaining status amongst their peers, mostly through the acquisition of wealth and treasure. This is not greed in the normal sense, for the wealth is not desired for its own sake or to deprive others of the opportunity of gaining it; that is the realm of Task. The importance of status and wealth to most dragons has made Astilabor one of the more powerful draconic deities, and while she feels her wealth places her above the other deities, she does not think her abilities surpass theirs in all things.

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    Chronepsis the Death Dragon

    As the silent watcher of time and draconic fate, Chronepsis the Death Dragon rarely interacts with those who are not dead or dying. It is said that he is a counterpart to Io; where Io is the beginning of all things, Chronepsis is the end of all things. He guides the spirits of the draconic dead to the afterlife, and determines the location of their final rest.

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    Keep plugging away at these, Aulddragon. They are all vey cool additions to the pantheon. Smile

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    These are very excellent documents for updating Monster Mythology book. Happy Thank you for sharing these. I now save your web blog into Slick RSS reader for timely updating.
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    Thanks SirXaris and LupeDeltorre!

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    Aasterinian, the Messenger of Io

    Aasterinian, the Messenger of Io is a playful and vital deity who revels in play and learning. She is Io’s messenger to both mortal dragons and her fellow draconic deities, although she isn’t always prompt. She is a friendly, wandering deity, who can often be found having adventures of her own or enjoying the hospitality of other deities.

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    Elemtia the Tempest

    Elemtia the Tempest is mentioned in one line in the Council of Wyrms campaign setting, as a demipower of elementals favored by chaotic dragons. I decided to expand that to elemental magic, elemental forces, and nature, with followers who are akin to druids.

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    Lendys the Balancer

    Where Chronepsis judges dragons after their deaths, Lendys the Balancer judges them while still alive. He believes in retributive justice, that those who live by fang and claw die by fang and claw. All punishments are carefully measured, however, and minor crimes have minor punishments. While he is hard and merciless, he is fair in his dealings.

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    Garyx the Firelord

    Garyx the Firelord is one of the draconic deities originally presented in FOR1 Draconomicon, for the Forgotten Realms. He is somewhat similar to Elemtia, but whereas Elemtia is a purely elemental deity, Garyx represents the effects and power of fire, rather than the element of fire.

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    Kalzareinad, The Keeper of Dark Wonders

    Kalzareinad, The Keeper of Dark Wonders was a deity of magic mentioned originally in an adventure in FOR1 Draconomicon. For the last two millennia, he had one worshiper remaining, sustaining him and keeping him from deific death. This ended with him voluntarily merging with Kereska during the Time of Troubles in the Forgotten Realms, but need not be the case in other settings.

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    Rais, The Cogitative One

    Rais, the Cogitative One, is another minor deity that was mentioned rather briefly in a single 2nd Edition product. In her case, she was created to be a deity for the dragons (particularly silver dragons) of the air world Edill in the Spelljammer supplement SJR6 Greyspace, which detailed the planets in the crystal sphere encompassing the Greyhawk setting. I developed her as a deity of philosophy and logic, with an emphasis on the truths and creative power of thought. While minor, she can prove to be a very interesting deity in a campaign.

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    Faluzure the Night Dragon

    Faluzure the Night Dragon is by far the most insidious evil of all the draconic gods. He longs for a multiverse that is beyond death; inhabited solely by the undead, and ruled by him and various forms of undead dragons. He stalks the planes, feeding off the life energy of the wisest and the best to power himself and his magic. If there is one force that could unite the good and evil members of dragon-kind, it is the Night Dragon.

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    Task the Wrester

    Task the Wrester is the deity of greed, the pure unadulterated avarice that particularly affects evil dragonkind. Whereas Astilabor represents the desire to acquire treasure for the status and utility a large hoard brings, Task represents the selfish desire to own wealth for the sake of wealth itself and the desire to take what others have simply to deprive them of it.

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    Hlal the Jester

    The draconic deity of humor and music, Hlal the Jester was detailed first in the Forgotten Realms accessory FOR1 Draconomicon; but with the release of The Cult of the Dragon accessory, she was described as an aspect of Aasterinian due to the similarity between the two deities. I decided to split the two up as was done in 3rd Edition, in part because Hlal fills the empty niche of a Chaotic Good power in the pantheon, which was lacking without her presence. I kept their similarity as an element of her mythos, however, so those who wish to merge them can do so.

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    Sardior the Ruby Dragon

    Presented as an archetype of the gem dragons in Dragon Magazine #37, Sardior the Ruby Dragon fit in well as a deity with Bahamut and Tiamat. He was only rarely mentioned during 1st and 2nd Edition, which helped form my description of him as a mostly forgotten deity outside of neutral dragons themselves. Enjoy!

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    Tamara the Merciful

    Tamara the Merciful was one of the members of the draconic pantheon presented in FOR1 Draconomicon. In her role as a goddess of life and forgiveness, she is favored by many good dragons, while most dragons call on her blessing at some point in their lives when looking for mates, and later for her protection of their eggs and hatchlings. She is the consort of Lendys, and tries to moderate his harsh form of justice.

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    Quite the compendium. Cool
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    Kereska Wonderbringer

    Kereska Wonderbringer is the energetic deity of magic within the draconic pantheon, who is said to have taught dragons how to harness the innate magical powers Io infused in them at the time of creation. She delights in magical creativity and blesses those dragons undertaking magical research and creation.

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    Bahamut the Platinum Dragon

    Bahamut the Platinum Dragon is the lord of metallic dragons, and one of the greatest forces for good in the multiverse. He is a wise being, and a paragon of enlightened justice, the melding of mercy and forgiveness with just punishment. He is the template many metallic dragons strive to emulate, especially silvers, golds, and bronzes.

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    Io the Ninefold Dragon

    Wrapping up the draconic deities is the creator of all dragonkind himself, Io the Ninefold Dragon. Much like Annam, he is said to be the creator of the universe, wherein other deities have built their own worlds and own races. He is an experimental deity, tweaking dracoform species and their environments in order to produce unique combinations. Despite his experimentality, he is not a particularly active deity, preferring watching to interfering.

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    Koriel the Vigilant

    Koriel the Vigilant is the patron of the ki-rin and t’uen-rin, as well as other powerful paragons of law and good. He is a wandering power, constantly working to foil the forces of evil throughout the outer planes, while sending his followers to face evil on the Prime Material Plane. He has only a small number of humanoid followers, who look to Koriel as a model of their behavior.

    I’ve also revised my previous Jazirian entry and added a shamanistic humanoid cult.

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    Anguileusis the Abiding One

    Anguileusis the Abiding One is the imprisoned patron deity of the Anguiliians, eel-like deep sea humanoids with some sort of connection to Sahuagin. The Anguiliians were first presented in the product Sea Devils, but there wasn’t a great deal about them in that book; they received more details in the last of the adventures that accompanied that product, Sea of Blood, which also introduced their imprisoned patron. Anguileusis can be used in a time-traveling campaign, or he could be released through the above-mentioned adventure.

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    Surminare the Selkie Queen

    Surminare the Selkie Queen is the peaceful and gentle goddess of the selkies. She is a member of the asathalfinare, the loose alliance of aquatic deities headed by Deep Sashelas. She is not a warrior, but fights bravely to defend those she loves.

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    Stillsong the Singing Sphere

    Stillsong is a very unusual entity, apparently transitioning from one state to another. What he was before, and what he is to become is unknown. He grants no spells and has no priesthood, and represents a wandering benevolent force throughout the planes.

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    Syranita, Mistress of the Aarakocra

    The only non-aquatic member of Deep Sashelas’s asathalfinare, Syranita, Mistress of the Aarakocra is the protector-goddess of the aarakocra. She is an excellent diplomat, and is always on the look out for new allies to help protect her gentle race.

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    Ilxendren the Demonray

    Ilxendren the Demonray was originally introduced in the 2nd Edition boxed-set adventure Night Below, along with the subterranean fresh water variant of the ixitxachitl, the ixzan. To a certain extant, Ilxendren represents the most dangerous threat to Demogorgon’s mortal power base, for unlike that tanar’ri power, Ilxendren shares many traits and elements with the devil fish themselves.

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    Yet another reason why I like the Night Below boxed set.

    70 down (impressive!!!), 52 to go! I look forward to Blibdoolpoolp. Cool
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    Cebrion wrote:
    Yet another reason why I like the Night Below boxed set.

    70 down (impressive!!!), 52 to go! I look forward to Blibdoolpoolp. :shades:


    Night Below has a fantastic amount of information on some creatures that didn't get a lot of detail outside of combat stats, including deities besides the newly created ones. :)

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    Laogzed the Devourer

    Perhaps one of the few deities who can rival the disgusting nature of Vaprak is the patron of troglodytes, Laogzed the Devourer. While he grants spells to the troglodytes, he did not create them, and cares little for their welfare, granting spells simply because he doesn’t care enough not to. He is shunned by most other powers, and used as a divine disposal by those willing to deal with him or willing to risk getting close.

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    Parrafaire the Naga Prince

    Parrafaire the Naga Prince is one of the more unusual deities, as he is a servitor of many other powers more than one who has active concerns of his own. He is a guardian of secrets and items of power, but his guardianship is not absolute. He designs traps, tricks, and riddles to test those who search for his charges in order to determine only those he deems worthy gain them. His few worshipers similarly focus on guardianship, although with a much lower focus on testing those who search for their wards.

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    Water Lion the Sharkslayer

    Water Lion the Sharkslayer is an unusual and mysterious deity who wanders the planes for reasons unknown, although there are many theories about his purpose. He has only a small and dispersed following among the aquatic races, mostly loners and hunters.

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    Quorlinn the Filcher

    The patron of the kenku, Quorlinn the Filcher, is one of the more interesting deities in the AD&D game, because he’s not terribly comfortable having the responsibilities of godhood that have been thrust upon him. This isn’t exactly a rare situation, however; what makes Quorlinn different is that he was never a mortal like most of those who share those feelings. It creates a much more interesting deity, as does the merging of eastern and western elements that kenku represent.

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    Re: Sardior the Ruby Dragon

    AuldDragon wrote:
    Presented as an archetype of the gem dragons in Dragon Magazine #37, Sardior the Ruby Dragon fit in well as a deity with Bahamut and Tiamat. He was only rarely mentioned during 1st and 2nd Edition, which helped form my description of him as a mostly forgotten deity outside of neutral dragons themselves. Enjoy!


    I was reworking the gem dragons for use in my "Diamonds in the Rough" level of my Castle Greyhawk, will take a look at what you did with him, Jeff.

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    Re: Sardior the Ruby Dragon

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    I was reworking the gem dragons for use in my "Diamonds in the Rough" level of my Castle Greyhawk, will take a look at what you did with him, Jeff.

    Thanks!

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    Hope it can add to your game! :)

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    Sekolah the Great Shark

    Sekolah the Great Shark is the patron of the so-called Sea Devils, one of the greatest scourges of the deeps and the shallows. He did not create them, instead having adopted them as his chosen when he discovered them on one of his many great hunts among all the seas of the worlds, and molded them into the powerful and dangerous society they are today.

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    Sess'innek the Emperor Lizard

    Happy New Year everyone! The ascended tanar'ri lord Sess'innek the Emperor Lizard, long ago tiring of the Blood War, turned to followers on the Prime Material Plane as another path to power. Seeing the general complacency of Semuanya, he has been slowly usurping that power's authority over the lizard men with the creation and leadership of his chosen followers, the Lizard Kings.

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    Krocaa the Crimsonfeather

    Krocaa the Crimsonfeather was introduced in Dragon #124 as the deity of the aarakocra. With DMGR4 Monster Mythology, however, he was replaced with Syranita. Combining the pair into a small pantheon required some alterations to his original characterization and dogma to make the pair synergize well, with Krocaa being more of an active defender than Syranita, with an additional emphasis on hunting.

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    Eadro the Deliverer

    It took me a little while to decide what exactly Eadro the Deliverer represented, as he was described simply as the patron of the merfolk and the locathah. I eventually decided that he represented the strong bonds of community that merfolk and locathah are characterized as having, and this makes him a good addition to the loose “pantheon” of good and neutral aquatic deities.

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    Shekinester the Three-Faced Queen

    Shekinester the Three-Faced Queen, creator and queen of the nagas, is one of the most complex deities in the D&D multiverse. She has three distinct aspects, each representing a different alignment, with different portfolios of interest, but all elements of her overriding portfolio of Wisdom.

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    Remnis, the Great Lord of the Eagles

    Flying through the skies of the upper planes is Remnis, the Great Lord of the Eagles. He is said to be the ultimate aerial hunter, and with his great eyesight, he spies out secrets throughout the planes. He perches on the heights of Mount Celestia and in the boughs of the World Tree Yggdrasil, awaiting the call to service.

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    Blibdoolpoolp the Sea Mother

    Nearly insane, Blibdoolpoolp the Sea Mother is patron of the declining subterranean race of kuo-toa. She hates humanity for the ancient wars that drove her race underground, and is well pleased when her followers sacrifice them to her. She is rumored to know great secrets of ancient magics, but in her insanity, she shares them with no one.

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    Merrshaulk the Serpent Lord

    While still powerful, the somnolent Merrshaulk the Serpent Lord is in a slow decline. His chosen followers are the insidious yuan-ti, who lurk in ruins of ancient cities, either remnants of their own past or the remains of places they corrupted and destroyed. His lack of direct attention to his followers has led to a usurpation of his power by other deities on more than one world, however.

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    Linroth Fleet-Hoof

    One of the four minor centaur deities mentioned in Dragon Magazine #103, Linroth Fleet-Hoof is a deity of speed, traveling, and merchants. I drew some inspiration from nomadic steppe peoples for the write-up, as well as some elements from Greek mythology.

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    Well, you're certainly trying to include "everyone." I admire your dedication to this project. Your write-ups are well done. I've no doubt that every member is looking forward to more.
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    Yep! I like having large, fleshed out pantheons when I can. I feel it makes the various cultures much more interesting. :)

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    Persana, Guardian of the Deep

    Persana, Guardian of the Deep is the creator and patron of the tritons, having sculpted them from elemental water and breathed life into them. He is known as one of the greatest architects of the multiverse, having designed a wide variety of wonders throughout the planes. While aloof and generally uninterested in the affairs of others, he recognizes that the other good and neutral races of the deep are more likely to keep to agreements and defend allies in need, and so has thrown his lot in with them.

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    Semuanya the Survivor

    Wrapping up the reptilian deities is Semuanya the Survivor, the patron and creator of lizard men and their kin. Semuanya is an aloof deity who exists and survives for the sake of surviving and existing, and teaches his followers that survival and propagation is of paramount importance.

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    Fanthros Storm-Hooves

    This month features the second of the four centaur deities that were listed but not detailed in an old Dragon Magazine articles on centaurs. Fanthros Storm-Hooves is the patriarch of the small clan of four deities, who all serve under Skerrit the Forrester. Among the small centaur pantheon, Fanthros is the deity of weather, the sky, and agriculture.

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    Panzuriel the Enslaver

    Panzuriel the Enslaver is the evil of the depths, partially banished long ago by Deep Sashelas and an alliances of oceanic deities. He raises a rabble of followers wherever he can in order to lay waste to the civilizations on the sea floor, although his favored followers are the kraken and morkoth.

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    Balador the Master of Mead

    Of the lycanthrope deities, the only benevolent power is Balador the Master of Mead, Father Bear to the werebears. He is a protector of wildlands, and a wise and paternal guardian to his followers. While shy, he is a lover of good tales told around a fire over a shared mug of mead.

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    Chitza-Atlan, the Guardian of the Gateway to the Underworld

    The most unusual centaur deity is Chitza-Atlan, the Guardian of the Gateway to the Underworld, an interloping undead deity who is said to guard the passage to the underworld and the afterlife. Little is known of his origins, but he has connections with the lord and lady of the dead, Mictlantecuhtli and Mictanchihuatl, and is known to the Olman peoples of Oerth.

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    Demogorgon, the Prince of Demons

    Powerful enough to claim the title of Prince of Demons, Demogorgon is a foul lord of of the Abyss who has achieved true divinity. Favoring the intelligent shallow-water rays known as ixitxachitl, he focuses on domination and the draining of life energy from victims in order to increase his own power.

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    Eshebala the Vixen Queen

    As Queen of the Foxwomen, Eshebala the Vixen Queen embodies the same vain and shallow obsession with beauty and material wealth found in that lycanthropic race. She has a decidedly cruel streak as well, and seeks to destroy things and creatures she has n further use for, or that which she cannot acquire.

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    Brilros the Battle Stallion

    Another member of the centaur pantheon, Brilros the Battle Stallion is the child of Fanthros and Naharra, and sibling to Linroth. He represents war, battle, and strength, and like his sister, is a youthful and vigorous power. He leads centaurs in the defense of their lands, and teaches their warriors strategy and tactics.

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    Just to let you know, I've read through about half of the entries so far. Also, few replies doesn't mean people aren't reading! More likely they just don't want to bloat your thread. Keep up the good work!

    And Blibdoolpoolp did not disappoint! Cool
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    Cebrion wrote:
    Just to let you know, I've read through about half of the entries so far. Also, few replies doesn't mean people aren't reading! More likely they just don't want to bloat your thread. Keep up the good work!

    And Blibdoolpoolp did not disappoint! :shades:


    Thanks, I appreciate the comments, and glad you liked her entry. :D

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    Damh the Horned Beast

    Child of Titania and Oberon, Damh the Horned Beast (pronounced DAV) is the revelrous patron of satyrs and korred. Despite his love for wine, women, and song, he is the physically strongest member of the Seelie Court, and the first to come to defense of sylvan lands.

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    Daragor the Wolflord

    The bloodthirsty and rapacious patron of werewolves and seawolves, Daragor the Wolflord is a wanderer who delights in nothing but sating his bloodlust. While he wanders the Lower Planes butchering the fiends and travelers he finds there, he sends his avatars to do the same on the Prime Material Plane.

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    Naharra the Mother-Mare

    Naharra the Mother-Mare is the final member of the small centaur pantheon mentioned in Dragon Magazine #105, and rounds out the family group that serves Skerrit. She is the centaur deity of lover, motherhood, and fertility, and as a deity of family, represents the ancestor spirits that many centaur shamans contact for advice.

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    Caoimhin the Kindly

    The smallest member of the Seelie Court is Caoimhin the Kindly (KOO-ev-inn), patron of the little killmoulis. He is a timid and grumbly deity who is keenly aware of his own weaknesses, but has an inner strength where his friends and allies are concerned.

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    Ferrix the Prowler

    Sibling to Balador, Ferrix the Prowler is a playful and inquisitive deity, and patron of the weretigers. She is a huntress, but gets a greater thrill from the hunt than the kill. She likes to explore and learn, but unlike her brother, she has not the wisdom to differentiate mundane and trivial knowledge.

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    Kheiron the Educator

    One of the most famous centaurs, Kheiron the Educator is the offspring of the Titan Cronus, but does not share his disposition towards the Olympians. As such, he is included in both that human pantheon and the centaur pantheon, and has branches of his clergy among both races. Throughout his history, he has taken special interest in educating would-be heroes, and his mythology includes many long lists of the heroes he has educated.

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    Nathair Sgiathach the Prankster

    While one of Io’s Children, Nathair Sgiathach the Prankster (NEIGH-er SKEY-ak) feels more at home among the small folk of the Seelie Court, and is patron of faerie dragons and pseudodragons. His power is a valuable aid in protecting fairy folk, but unfortunately his irreverent attitude makes for a less valuable advisor to Titania, Queen of the Fairies.

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    Great Mother, the Hive Spawner

    The Great Mother of the beholders is a bizarre being of contradictions. It is a chaotic entity where its spawn are lawful, and while it is the source of beholders’ power, it is also the ultimate origin of all the different breeds of beholder and kin, and thus at least partially responsible for their xenophobic internal wars.

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    Diirinka the Betrayer

    Diirinka the Betrayer is the treacherous and cruel patron of the degenerate dwarves known as derro. Exiled from the Morndinsamman for his crimes against his brother and mortal dwarves, he hides in Pandemonium, paranoid that his enemies, especially the illithid god Ilsensine, will find and destroy him.

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    Emmantiensien the Treant-King

    One of the outer circle members of the Seelie Court, Emmantiensien the Treant-King is still an important member of the Court. He forgets nothing, making him an excellent sage, and he guards a powerful ancient magical crystal that grants him and the Court substantial powers.

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    Gzemnid the Gas Giant

    One of Great Mother's many offspring, and the only one to achieve divinity itself, Gzemnid the Gas Giant is a master of air elemental magic and deception. It desires to increase its store of knowledge and magic, but is intelligent enough to know that bargaining for or stealing such things can be just as effective as slaying for them.

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    Tethrin Veraldé the Shining One

    One of a number of minor elven deities who appeared in the pages of Dragon Magazine, Tethrin Veraldé, the elven god of bladesingers and battle magic, had an abbreviated Faiths & Avatars style writeup in Dragon #236, which I have expanded upon.

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    Squelaiche the Court Jester

    Squelaiche the Court Jester is the patron of leprechauns, and the Court Jester of the Seelie Court. He is a trickster, but his jests and jibes always carry lessons to those they target. He is the only member of the Inner Circle who isn’t related to Titania.

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    Psilofyr the Spore Lord

    A contemplative and peaceable deity, Psilofyr the Spore Lord is the myconid deity of community and philosophy. It is an ancient power, manifesting as a type of fungal world tree archetype. It dislikes animal life, seeing them as inherently destructive and violently destructive, although it has softened towards races like the svirfneblin that have proven themselves allies to myconids.

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    Araleth Letheranil the Prince of Stars

    One of the younger elven deities from the pages of Dragon Magazine, Araleth Letheranil is the god of starlight. He is an adventurous deity that keeps darkness at bay, and opposes many of the traditional enemies of the surface elves, especially drow. These traits have made him particularly popular with the members of the Elven Fleets in wildspace.

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    Eachthighern the Unicorn Lord

    A member of the Inner Circle of the Seelie Court, Eachthighern is lord of unicorn and pegasi. He is both guardian and healer, and his name is a byword for loyalty among the sylvan creatures.

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    Kr’tx the Flaming Master

    One of the neogi deities detailed in the article “The Ecology of the Neogi,” in Dragon #214, Kr’tx the Flaming Master is that race’s deity of war. It is an unsubtle brute of a neogi, and favored by the umber hulks the neogi keep due to its brutality.

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