Faiths and Pantheons is a campaign accessory for the 3rd edition of the Dungeons & Dragons, for the Forgotten Realms campaign setting. Complete list of all D&D spells, rulebooks, feats, classes and more! It is possible that there is more recent Edition version.» Rulebooks Faiths & Pantheons. Faiths and Pantheons. (Wizards of the Coast). Faiths & Pantheons . Basic Information ISBN Sourcebooks. 3rd and edition.
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This page was last edited on 20 Marchat Secrets of Sarlona, Part 2. Epic-level characters who have an easy time slaying dragons and the tarrasque should not look to the deities as their next conquests, to be pushed off the tops of walls, looted of their pnatheons, and locked in dungeons to make artifacts. Dragondown Grotto Red Hand of Doom. Fortress of the Yuan-Ti.
The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: Wake of the Ravager Dark Sun Online: These beings are deities for a reason, so introduce them into your campaign after careful consideration and in particular circumstances. This collection details the thirty most important gods in the Forgotten Realms setting and expands upon the profiles of the rest of the deities.
Boyd and Erik Mona offers an incredible amount of information on the primary deities of the Forgotten Realms Campaign Settingincluding hit points, attacks, saving throws, and other abilities in a format similar to the Monster Manual ‘s. This text is quoted from promotion material.
Unfold the Leaves of Learning for yourself? It even features the names of various monster deities and others unmentioned in the core book, with descriptions of some, as well as 20 prestige classes for player characters and non-player characters alike.
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Wizards of the Coast. Otherwise, why include that combat information?
It also provides extensive lists of each deity’s associated manifestations: Text and images are copyrighted by the original publisher.
This bonus supplement — a full description of a temple to Oghma, god of knowledge — was cut from the Faiths and Pantheons sourcebook for space reasons. Please help improve this article by fauths citations to reliable sources.
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That’s not to say they’re so different as to be unrecognizable–they’re the same deities, but some of them have new, hopefully interesting aspects to their characters and motivations that haven’t been revealed until now. Secrets of Sarlona, Part 1. This Month’s Dragon Magazine. Plus, this web exclusive offers expanded descriptions of the Realms’ orders of monks and paladins. For Faiths and PantheonsI tried to tear some of these gods particularly some of the lamer ones to their core concepts and build up from there.
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