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Any reproduction or unauthorized use of the material or artwork contained herein is prohibited without the express written permission of Wizards of the Coast, Inc. This product is a work of fiction. Any similarity to actual people, organizations, places, or events is purely coincidental. Made in the U. Visit our website at www. Bahamut and Tiamat, plus Kurtulmak and Lolth. There is no right answer beyond whats right for your Chapter 4: The Olympian Pantheon is the first of three campaign, your players, and your game.
If youre really inter- chapters dedicated to mythological pantheons loosely based on ested in whether Heironeous can defeat Thor in battle, weve historical religions. Early playtest reports say: not known names that are found in contemporary literature as well bloody likely. On the other hand, if you want help creating a as the classical tales and sagas where they first appeared. The vibrant, realistic pantheon for your campaign, a set of deities chapter begins with a short discussion of Olympian theology that helps shape the course of events in adventures of epic and Olympian cosmology before presenting detailed statistics scope, deities who inspire the clerics, druids, paladins, and and general information about each of the nineteen deities that other characters in your game to the greatest heights of hero- make up the pantheon.
Following the deity descriptions is a ism and the lowest depths of villainy. Academy, as well as a section on Olympian monsters that includes game information for two types of cyclopes and the race of fey known as fauns.
The text begins by summarizing the basic precepts of campaign, from their philosophies to their Armor Class. Handbook to alternative models such as monotheism, dualism, Chapter 6: The Asgardian Pantheon deals with the deities and animism. Youll find some discussion of mystery cults, as of the ancient Norse religion.
Following the descriptions of the well as a different look at the pantheon. This chapter goes on to twenty deities in this pantheon is a section on Asgardian talk about what influence the deities have on your campaign monsters, ncluding three types of einherjar, two types of giants, world, what deities are like, and where they live.
It closes with and the valkyries. At the end of the chapter is a new prestige some concrete advice on how to build your own pantheon of class, the berserk, which is especially suited for use with the deities for your campaign. Asgardian pantheon. Chapter 2: Deities Defined delves into the rules that help Chapter 7: Other Religions provides examples of three alter- quantify deities. It introduces the concept of divine rank as a native religious models: a monotheistic religion the Faith of the measure of godly power, and spells out what a deity of a certain Sun , a dualistic religion Following the Light , and a mystery cult rank can doin the same terms as any other characters abilities that is not connected to a pantheon Dennari.
These are all-new are defined. Hercules may have a Strength score of 55 as does fantasy religions, not derived from historical faiths. The chapter Kord , but its still a Strength score that works like any characters also includes two new prestige classes: the justiciar of Taiia and the or monsters Strength score. In an extensive discussion of divine characteristics, youll read Appendix 1: Domains and Spells details all the domains about all the abilities and powers that deities have in common.
Following that are do not appear in the Players Handbook. It also contains twelve descriptions of nearly one hundred salient divine abilities new spells, each of which is associated with one of the new special powers available only to deities. The chapter also presents domains. Whether youre a Dungeon Master four chapters that follow.
Most of against the divine entities that oversee the universe, this book these deities were introduced in the Players Handbook see the holds all the answers you could want. Whether its a cleric of Fharlanghn who chants Hail In a fantasy setting, as in the real world, religion can take Fharlanghn, mighty Fharlanghn!
The standard assumption, as described in the cure spell or the evil cult that lurks in the Temple of Ele- Players Handbook, is that multiple deities loosely grouped mental Evil, the mortal servants of these deities are everywhere in together form a pantheon, a collection of gods not united the game, and the powers they serve hold an equally important, if by a single doctrine or philosophy.
Deities and Demigods somewhat more distant, place. Other groups of This chapter examines the role of these forces in your cam- deities, such as the Pharaonic deities, also form a pan- paign in two distinct sections. First, it discusses various models of theon, but their worship is more closely interrelated. All religion: pantheons, monotheism, dualism, animism, mystery the deities show at least some respect for a particular cults, and nondeist beliefs forces and philosophies.
You need to philosophical principle or overdeity. In the case of the decide which of these models your campaign will use before you Pharaonic pantheon, for example, the deities are keenly can populate your world with deities. Second, this chapter walks interested in Maat, the principle of divine order in the you through various decisions about the nature of the gods in universe. These pantheons are called tight pantheons. Are they actively involved in the world, or are Not all religions in a fantasy world need to revolve they remote and uncaring?
Do they depend on worshipers or around a pantheon of deities. In your campaign, you some other external source for their power, or are they worshiped can create monotheistic religions worship of a single because of their power?
Can they be killed? Almost by implications for your campaign. The basics of religion in a loose pantheon are In other words, deities are parts of religions, the centers of cults described in the Players Handbook. While the To use this web enhancement, you must already have book includes plenty of information on advancing the new edition of Deities and Demigods.
In addi- trodden and god of vengeance. Erbin was once a beggar tion, this web enhancement provides 21 campaign and petty street thief who, through some circumstance, hooks offering suggestions for how this character became a deity. You should tailor the specific circum- might enter the PCs lives as part of, or as a result of, stance to your campaigns cosmology, but we offer some divine ascension.
The wide range of these adventure suggestions below. Erbin appears at the beginning rank for each divine category quasi, demi, lesser, intermedi- Credits ate, and greater. Cast a critical eye at his abilities, because his power level edges up sharply in each cate- Design: Rich Redman Editing and Typesetting: Sue Weinlein Cook gory. Even as a quasi-deity, he can give unprepared mor- Editorial Assistance Penny Williams tals a difficult time. All Wizards characters, character names, and the dis- Symbol: An extended hand, palm cupped, like a tinctive likenesses thereof are trademarks owned by Wizards of the Coast, Inc.
Any reproduction or unauthorized use of the material or artwork contained herein is Home Plane: Material prohibited without the express written permission of Wizards of the Coast, Inc. Portfolio: Vengeance starting at rank 1 This product is a work of fiction. No Worshippers: Assassins, fighters, rogues, beggars portion of this work may be reproduced in any form without written permission.
Domains: Destruction, Evil, and Trickery All rights reserved. Favored Weapon: Dagger Made in the U. Visit our website at As a deity, Erbin appears much as he did in life. His feet are bare and light wounds, invisibility, magic circle against good, mislead, filthy, his face spattered with open sores.
One hand nondetection, polymorph any object, protection from good, clutches his cloak around him, and the other constantly screen, shatter, summon monster IX evil spell only , time reaches out, begging for coins. A fringe of lank gray stop, unholy aura, unholy blight. Class and Outsider Abilities Dogma, Clergy, and Temples: Erbin has no dedi- Sneak Attack: If Erbins target would be denied a cated churchhe does not care for followers, wor- Dexterity bonus to AC whether the target actually has shippers, or clergy.
He instead focuses his attention on a bonus or not , or when Erbin flanks his target, the those who mistreated him as a mortal, and on those rogues attack deals varying points of extra damage. If who continue to mistreat the unfortunate now that hes the attack scores a critical hit, this extra damage is not a deity. Many a beggar has threatened passersby with multiplied. Ranged attacks can count as sneak attacks Erbins wrath if they did not give, and give generously.
With a sap or an unarmed strike, Erbin can make a sneak attack that deals subdual damage instead of normal damage.
He Erbin Quasi-Deity cannot use a weapon that deals normal damage to deal Rogue 1 subdual damage with a sneak attack. Erbin can sneak Medium-Size Outsider attack only living creatures with discernable anatomies.
Divine Immunities: Acid, cold, electricity, transmu- tation, draining and ability damage, and mind effects. He can divine aura 10 ft. Feats: Alertness, Blind-Fight, Dodge Create Magic Items: Erbin can create any kind of magic item that improves checks for Disguise, Move No Automatic Failures: When Erbin rolls a 1 on an Silently, Perform act , or Pick Pocket, as well as minor attack roll or saving throw, calculate success or failure magic daggers, as long as the items market price does normally.
Divine Immunities: Acid, cold, electricity, transmu- Divine Aura: Erbins divine aura extends in a radius tation, draining and ability damage, mind effects, dis- up to 10 feet Will save DC Erbin generally chooses ease, poison, paralysis, stunning, disintegration, and either the daze or frighten effect.
Immortality: Deities are naturally immortal and Class and Outsider Abilities Sneak Attack: If Erbins target would be denied a cannot die from natural causes. They do not age and do Dexterity bonus to AC whether the target actually has not need to eat, sleep, or breathe.
The only way for a a bonus or not , or when Erbin flanks his target, the deity to die is through special circumstancesmost rogues attack deals varying points of extra damage. If often, being slain in magical or physical combat with the attack scores a critical hit, this extra damage is not deities of higher stature.
With a sap or an Domain Powers: Erbin can use either of the follow- unarmed strike, Erbin can make a sneak attack that ing abilities a number of times per day equal to his deals subdual damage instead of normal damage.
Any creature immune to critical hits is not vulnerable Spell-Like Abilities: Erbin uses these abilities as an to sneak attacks. Erbin must be able to see the target 11th-level caster. He cannot sneak attack while strik- create undead, desecrate, disintegrate, dispel good, earthquake, ing a creature with concealment or striking the limbs false vision, harm, implosion, inflict critical wounds, inflict of a creature whose vitals are beyond reach. Finding a non- mutation, draining and ability damage, mind effects, magical trap has a DC of at least 20, higher if it is well disease, poison, paralysis, stunning, disintegration, hidden.
Erbin can use the Disable Immortality: Same as for demigod. Device skill to disarm magic traps. He can perform up to traps, uncanny dodge Dex bonus to AC five such free actions each round.
D&d 3.0 - Deities And Demigods.pdf
Zack: Poor can't-be-surprised Bast always has to meow with fake shock when Ra pops up from behind the Canopic jars. Save Deities Defined For Later. Demigods without an improving, reviewing, or removing template present. Product History. Egyptian Mythos. Deities and Demigods The deities presented in Deities and Demigodsare complex charac-ters, often with 60 or more total Hit Dice, 20 class levels in each of two classes, and a tremendous array of other special abilities. Here is a line-by-line 5e Deities.
Based on the original DUNGEONS & DRAGONS"rules created by E. Gary Gygax and Dave Deities and Demigods takes D&D adventuring to a whole new.
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The names of Pelor, Loki, Athena, Osiris, and their kind are invoked by the devout as well as the desperate. With abilities that reach nearly beyond the scope of mortal imagination, the splendor of the gods humbles even the greatest of heroes. Included are descriptions and statistics for over seventy gods from four fully detailed pantheons. Along with suggestions for creating your own gods, Deities and Demigods also includes information on advancing characters to godhood. These PDF files are digitally watermarked to signify that you are the owner.
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Welcome, visitor! La Manga Del Mar Menor 1 min ago. Download Deities Defined. Zack: Poor can't-be-surprised Bast always has to meow with fake shock when Ra pops up from behind the Canopic jars. Never a harvest god or a death god or even god of the sea, nope it's all sun and storm and sky.
The Babylonian, Finnish, nonhuman, and Sumerian content were removed to allow room for expansion of the remaining mythoi. This work re-introduced detailed information on the deities of several non-human pantheons. Before third edition, there was no Core Setting, so the distinctions above are not as clear-cut. For the most part, materials which did not specify a setting were assumed to be at least compatible with the World of Greyhawk if not outright parts of the canon. As such, those prior materials are covered in the setting-specific lists of deities. The book Monster Mythology , however, was considered to be canon for core materials for the gods of non-human races in second edition.
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