Faerûn Inhabitants • Locations • Organizations • Settlements • Roads • Mountains Bodies of water • Items • Food and drink • Events • Maps • Images • Pantheon. Deities of Faerûn. It is well known in Faerûn that those who die without a patron deity to send a servant to The first step is choosing your patron by Pantheon. Oct 6, Explore BOB Boyd’s board “Forgotten Realms Pantheon” on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Dungeons and Dragons, Fantasy art and Fantasy.

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Or you can pick a few that your character prays to most often. The Celtic gods are as often served by druids as by clerics, for they are closely aligned with the panttheon of nature that dr uids revere. Once these two conditions are met, the character becomes a divine spellcaster of the new deity, and if a cleric, he chooses two domains from the new deity’s repertoire.

Forseti, god of justice and law. Osiris, god of nature and the underworld. Nonhuman races often have whole pantheons of their own. Bast, goddess of cats and vengeance. Combat areas for every conceivable encounter. I’m loving the idea but I’m not sure of the mechanics or effects yet, or how best to determine what happens.

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However, there is some overlap, especially among the deities of pantyeon races. Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting.

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Silvanus, god of nature and forests. Assholes are banned for life. Forgotten Realms Campaign Set. Image of the misshapen deity.

Goibhniu, god of smiths and healing. Red oantheon mountain peak. However, he does not acknowledge mortal worshippers or grant spells, interacting with mortals only during the most unusual of circumstances, such as the Time of Troubles. A planar domain counts as both of a cleric’s domain choices. Their powers reflect the need these warriors had for strong leadership and decisive action. Set, god of darkness and desert storms.

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Imhotep, god caerun crafts and medicine. The granted powers of a planar domain are more potent than those of other domains, and each level offers two spells from which a cleric may choose when preparing spells. These aspects are worshipped as a large number of individual deities, including Micat, an aspect of Zaltec representing certain kinds of snake venom.

Created by Lord Aothe greater gods have a duty to preserve the balance between Chaos and Order. They sprang from the brook and stream, their might heightened by the strength of the oak and the beauty of the woodlands and open moor.

The archon paragons, collectively known as the Celestial Hebdomad, are the celestial embodiment of the lawful good alignment. CordellEd GreenwoodChris Sims.

List of Forgotten Realms deities – Wikipedia

Uller, god of hunting and winter. I may worship the war god on a regular basis because I’m a fighter, but dropping a prayer to the sea god as I set off across the sea wouldn’t necessarily be an affront to the war god unless those two gods were opposed to one another.


Sobek, god of water and crocodiles. Frey, god of fertility and the sun. Hestia, goddess of home and family. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Diancecht, god of medicine and healing. Thoth, god of knowledge and wisdom. Anubis, god of judgment and death. The nonhuman races of the Forgotten Realms and Greyhawk share these deities. Arawn, god of life and death.

Crocodile head with horns and plumes. Odin, god of knowledge and war. Surtur, god of fire giants and war. This got me thinking: This appendix deals with one pantheon, that of the Forgotten Realms.

Instead, each Zakharan deity exemplifies a single characteristic or trait.

Please help rewrite it to explain the fiction more clearly and provide non-fictional perspective. Where the land plummets from the snowy hills into the icy fjords below, where the longboats draw up on to the beach, where the glaciers flow forward and retreat with every fall and spring—this is the land of the Vikings, the home of the Norse pantheon.

Hercules, god of strength and adventure.