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By Alderac Entertainment

This publication contains sixteen new pantheons of gods for monster races comparable to darkish Elves, Hobgoblins, Lizardfolk, Minotaurs, Ogres, Orcs, Trolls and more.
New holy symbols, temple maps, status sessions, domain names, spells, and holy relics fill this huge tome, offering GMs and desktops with vital details to flesh out their fable campaigns. Gods is the right better half ebook to Monster, yet can be utilized independently.

* sixteen Races and 19 status classes
* 30 Spells and 70 Magic items
* entire backgrounds on over a dozen religions
* 34 New domain names, Spells, and tradition Details
* whole NPC monks for every race

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In large cities, the Gondar construct temples that serve as great workshops and inventors' labs. Wandering priests turn their journals over to the resident scribes at such temples, who then record the priests' observations for posterity and the benefit of all. Most who favor G9nd practice time-honored crafting professions: they are smiths and engineers, architects and weavers, leatherworkers and jewelers. Even so, this fa ith has a well-earned reputation as a haven for crackpot inventors and visionaries.

Kelemvor's devotees seek the end of such beings regardless of that fact. LATHAN DER The Morninglord, Inspiration 's Dawn, the Rose-andGold God Lathander is the god of the spring, birth, and renewal, a deity of conception, vitality, youth, renewal, and self-perfection. He is god not of the sun but of the dawn , which represents the start of a new day filled with potential. Lathander is a god of beginnings. People commonly offer a prayer to him before undertaking any journey or endeavor. Lathander's name is invoked to seal alliances and christen new ventures or companies.

Often they wear the colors of waves and storms, and they decorate themselves TYR Grimjaws, the Maimed God, the Evenhanded Tyr Grimjaws, Tyr the Evenhanded, Wounded Tyr, the Maimed God, the Blind, Blind Tyr, the Lord ofJusticeall of these names speak to the nature of the Faerunian god of justice. Tyr appears as a noble warrior missing his right hand, which he lost to Kezef the Chaos Hound in an act of bravery a nd sacrifice, and with his eyes wrapped in cloth to signify his blindness, caused by a ,4 /I CHAPTER 1 40 I WELCOME TO THE REALMS SvMBOL OF TvR with items that rem ind others of the sea's dangerous nature- a necklace of shark teeth, seaweed wrapped about a h1,1man bone, and so on.

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