AD&D 2ND EDITION DEITIES AND DEMIGODS PDF

Edit Demigods were weak but often also the most inexperienced deities. This came often with a degree of shortsightedness that let them challenge stronger deities than they could handle. This could lead to their end. However, demigods themselves were usually so happy about gaining priests, that they showered these priests with special powers, which were all within their low limits. Unlike hero deities, a demigod was completely immune to disease, poison and other problems like stunning, paralysis, or being put to magical sleep.

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Vanua, the Harbinger of Woe , lesser god of natural disasters and misfortune [4] Halfling deities Edit Arvoreen , intermediate goddess of protection, vigilance and war. His sacred animal is the mouse. His holy days are on the new moon. Stolen items are sacrificed to him monthly.

Raptoran deities Tuilviel Glithien , greater god of raptorans, night birds, stars and moon [3] Duthila , lesser goddess of autumn, hunting and abundance [3] Kithin , lesser god of winter, the dead and dying, barrenness and paucity [3] Lliendil , intermediate god of weather, rain, storms, sun, wind, change and trickery [3] Nilthina , lesser god of summer, abundance, warmth, growth and lore [3] Ventila , lesser goddess of spring, fertility, growth and love [3] Monster deities Edit Monster deities refers to the gods of the monstrous races; in other words, those of races that are primarily to fight and are not generally intended as player characters.

It should be noted that most of these beings are not actually gods. Most of the beings listed below are actually just very powerful extra-planar beings, though many have designs on godhood. Aasterinian , demigoddess of play, invention and pleasure. Messenger of Io [7] Astilabor , lesser goddess of acquisitiveness, status and wealth [7] Chronepsis , lesser god of fate, death and judgement [7] Faluzure , lesser god of energy draining, undeath, decay and exhaustion [7] Garyx , lesser god of fire, destruction and renewal [7] Hlal , lesser god of humor, storytelling and inspiration [7] Io , greater god of dragonkind, balance and peace [7] Lendys , lesser god of balance and justice [7] Sardior , lesser dragon god of psionics, secrets, and the night.

Tamara , lesser goddess of life, light and mercy [7] Shao , greater god of celestial dragonkind, darkness, shadows, and death. Drow deities The deities of the Drow , an evil, underground-dwelling subrace of true Elves, are arranged in a corrupted version of the Elven pantheon called the Dark Seldarine. Eilistraee , lesser goddess of good renegade drow Kiaransalee , demigoddess of undead and vengeance Lolth , greater goddess of all drow, spiders, evil, darkness, chaos and assassins also a core power and a nondeity power Vhaeraun , lesser god of male drow, thievery and evil activity on the surface Zinzerena , demigoddess of chaos and assassins Fey deities The deities of fey and other mystical, nature-loving creatures are arranged in a pantheon called the Seelie Court.

Caoimhin , demigod of killmoulis , food, shyness and friendship Damh , lesser god of korreds , satyrs , atomies , dance, song, and celebrations Eachthighern , lesser god of unicorns , pegasi , healing, loyalty and protection Emmantiensien , lesser god of treants , trees, and deep and hidden magic Fionnghuala , demigoddess of swanmays , communications and sorority Oberon , lesser god of nature, wild places and animals.

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AD&D 2ND EDITION DEITIES AND DEMIGODS PDF

These three alternative faiths were described in the third edition Deities and Demigods book. The Faith of the Sun[ edit ] The Faith of the Sun is a fictional, monotheistic religion presented in and constructed according to the guidelines given for monotheistic religions in 3rd Edition Deities and Demigods. Being monotheistic, it of course consists of only one deity though said deity is described as having two aspects; a creator one and a destroyer one : Taiia, greater goddess of creation, destruction, mortal life and death. Following the Light[ edit ] Following the Light is a fictional dualistic religion presented in and constructed according to the guidelines given for dualistic religions in 3rd Edition Deities and Demigods. Being dualistic, it consists of two, polar-opposite deities: Elishar, intermediate deity of positive energy, light and prophecy. Toldoth, intermediate deity of negative energy, darkness and destruction. It worships a single deity of the same name: Dennari, lesser goddess of earth, liberation and suffering.

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Vanua, the Harbinger of Woe , lesser god of natural disasters and misfortune [4] Halfling deities Edit Arvoreen , intermediate goddess of protection, vigilance and war. His sacred animal is the mouse. His holy days are on the new moon. Stolen items are sacrificed to him monthly.

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They are untouchable by even the most powerful deities although they can be summoned and used by the weakest mortal through pact magic and binding. Being monotheistic, it of course consists of only one deity though said deity is described as having two aspects; a creator one and a destroyer one:. They hail from the Plane of Arborea. Wizards of the Coast. Actually, and technically, Yes.

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