To use this accessory, a Dungeon Master also needs the Forgotten Realms of the Weave • Dragons of Faerûn • Faiths and Pantheons • Forgotten Realms. Expanding D&D. To a certain extent, Faiths and Pantheons does what you’d expect: it uses the new rules from the 3e Deities and Demigods. Product Blurb: Religion in the Realms. Whether cleric or commoner, wizard or warrior, nearly everyone in Faerûn pays homage to at least one patron deity.

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Beholder Drow dark elf Githyanki Illithid mind flayer Lich. Heimdall, god of watchfulness and loyalty. 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.

Surtur, god of fire giants and war.

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Chad Amundsen rated it it was amazing Aug 27, Image of the misshapen deity. Jun 13, Abraham Ray rated it it was amazing Shelves: Retrieved from ” duungeons Set is a chaotic evil god of murder, perhaps best known for killing his brother Osiris. This collection details the thirty most important gods in the Forgotten Realms setting and expands upon the profiles of the rest of the deities.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The dragos chapter is probably the longest -it covers the rest of the deities is lesser detail, almost 90 of them, from various pantheons. Nephthys, goddess of death and grief.

Dungeons & Dragons 3rd D20 Forgotten Realms Faiths and Pantheons D&d

Their powers reflect the need these warriors had for strong leadership and decisive action. If adventuring ideas need to be pantjeons, they should be more in the vein of how best to conduct one with active deities this got covered in a web enhancement, to be fair. Certain gods closely associated with nonhuman races are revered on many different worlds, though not always in the same way. Good or evil, all of them coexist within these pages.

Hestia, goddess of home and family. The Genie’s Curse Birthright: Osiris, god of nature and the underworld.

Sobek, god of water and crocodiles. Manannan mac Lir, god of oceans and sea creatures. Circle of seven stars, or nine stars encircling a flowing red mist, or a single star.

Faiths and Pantheons (Forgotten Realms) by Eric L. Boyd

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. 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.


Secrets of Sarlona, Part faitns. They are interesting enough, with Tempus being an actual structure, Shar’s is a hidden place of worship with ties to novel plots, and Malar being a corrupted location that used to be place of worship for Eldath.

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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Christopher Joubert rated it liked it Jun 15, The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: Isis, goddess of fertility and magic.

The introduction basically provides information on the “structure” or “rules” of how pantheons work in the Forgotten Realms. Dragons of Faerun, Part 3.

So I did my best to infuse deities like Deneir, Selune, and even dungeone little Cyrrollalee with interesting, occasionally challenging ideas that they hadn’t been exposed to in the long history of the Realms. Hel, goddess of the underworld.