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  • Old Gods

    From the days of the [[Elven Magocracy]] (and probably before then) the peoples of these lands have worshipped their traditional deities, who are now referred to as the *Old Gods* within the [[Empire of the Dwarves]]. h3. Worshipping the Entire …

  • Boccob

    The god of magic. His titles include the Uncaring, Lord of All Magics and Archmage of the Deities. Boccob is a distant deity who promotes no special agenda in the world of mortals. As a god of magic and knowledge, he is worshipped by [[Wizard | wizards]], …

  • Corellon Larethian

    The god of elves: Corellon Larethian. He is known as the Creator of the Elves, the Protector, Protector and Preserver of Life, and Ruler of All Elves. Corellon Larethian is the creator and protector of the elf race. He governs those things held in highest …

  • Ehlonna

    Ehlonna is the goddess of the woodlands. Her most commonly encountered title is Ehlonna of the Forests. Ehlonna watches over all good people who live in the forest, love the woodlands, or make their livelihood there. She is pictured sometimes as an elf …

  • Erythnul

    Erythnul is the god of slaughter. His title is the Many. Erythnul delights in panic and slaughter. In civilized lands, his followers (including evil [[Fighter | fighters]], [[Barbarian | barbarians]], and [[Rogue | rogues]]) form small, criminal cults. In …

  • Fharlanghn

    Fharlanghn is the god of roads. His title is Dweller on the Horizon. Fharlanghn’s wayside shrines are common on well-used roads, for he is the deity of travel, roads, distance and horizons. [[Bard | Bards]], other wandering adventurers and merchants …

  • Garl Glittergold

    Garl Glittergold is the god of gnomes. He is known as the Joker, the Watchful Protector, the Priceless Gem and the Sparkling Wit. Garl Glittergold discovered the [[Gnome Player Character Backgrounds | hill gnomes]] and led them into the world. Since then, …

  • Kurtulmak

    Kurtulmak is a savage deity who teaches the kobolds to defend themselves and assault the unwary by any means necessary, including the traps of which he’s fond. He appears as a particularly massive, green-and-black kobold. He has a particular hatred for …

  • Gruumsh

    Gruumsh is the chief god of the orcs. His titles are One-Eye and He-Who-Never-Sleeps. Gruumsh calls on his followers to be strong, to cull the weak from their numbers, and to take all the territory that Gruumsh thinks is rightfully theirs (which is almost …

  • Heironeous

    Heironeous is the god of valor. His title is the Invincible. Heironeous promotes justice, valor, chivalry and honor. His favoured weapon is the longsword, and he is worshipped by [[Paladin | paladins]], good [[Fighter | fighters]] and good [[Monk | monks …

  • Hextor

    Hextor is the god of tyranny. His titles are Champion of Evil, Herald of Hell, and Scourge of Battle. Hextor is the six-armed god of war, conflict and destruction. Hextor’s worshippers include evil [[Fighter | fighters]] and [[Monk | monks]]. His favoured …

  • Kord

    Kord is the god of strength. He is known as the Brawler. Kord is the patron of athletes, especially wrestlers. His worshippers include good [[Fighter | fighters]], [[Barbarian | barbarians]] and [[Rogue | rogues]]. Kord’s favoured weapon is the greatsword …

  • Moradin

    Moradin is the god of Dwarves. His titles include Soul Forger, Dwarffather, the All-Father and the Creator. Moradin forged the dwarves out of metal and gems and breathed life into them. He governs the arts and sciences of the dwarves: smithing, …

  • Nerull

    The god of death, Nerull is known as the Reaper, the Foe of All Good, Hater of Life, Bringer of Darkness, King of All Gloom and Reaper of Flesh. Nerull is the patron of those who seek the greatest evil for their own enjoyment or gain. His worshippers, who …

  • Obad-Hai

    Obad-Hai is the god of nature. He is known as the Shalm. Obad-Hai rules nature and the wilderness and is a fried to all who live in harmony with the natural world. [[Barbarian | Barbarians]], [[Ranger | rangers]] and [[Druid | druids]] sometimes worship …

  • Olidammara

    Olidammara is the god of rogues and his titles is the Laughing Rogue. Olidammara delights in wine, women and song. He is a vagabond, a prankster and a master of disguise. His temples are few, but may people are willing to raise a glass in his honour. [[ …

  • Pelor

    Pelor is the god of the sun and his title is the Shining One. Pelor is the creator of many good things, a supporter of those in need and an adversary of all that is evil. He is the most commonly worshipped deity amongst ordinary humans and his priests are …

  • Saint Cuthbert

    Saint Cuthbert is the god of retribution. He is known as Saint Cuthbert of the Cudgel. Saint Cuthbert exacts revenge and just punishment on those who transgress the law. Because evil creatures more commonly and flagrantly violate laws than good creatures …

  • Vecna

    Vecna is the god of secrets. He is known as the Maimed Lord, the Whispered One and the Master of All That Is Secret and Hidden. Vecna rules that which is not meant to be known and that which people wish to keep secret. He usually appears as a lich who is …

  • Wee Jas

    Wee Jas is the goddess of death and magic. Her titles are Witch Goddess, Ruby Sorceress, Stern Lady and Death’s Guardian. Wee Jas is a demanding goddess who expects obedience from her followers. Her temples are few and far between, but she counts many …

  • Yondalla

    Yondalla is the goddess of the halflings. Her titles include the Protector, the Provider, the Nurturing Matriarch and the Blessed One. Yondalla is the creator and protector of the halfling race. She espouses harmony among halflings and stalwart defence …

  • Temple of the Mind

    The [[Empire of the Dwarves]] allows the worship of all the old gods, but strongly encourages its citizens to join the Temple of the Mind, which is a philosophical school of psions and psychic warriors. The Temple of the Mind is a way of life, not a …

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