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  • Beltine

    h1. Beltine h3. Worship of Beltine Warden of the Afterlife, Keeper of the Gates to Paradise, Mistress of the Cauldron of the Underworld, Nurturer of the Spirit, and Forger of Souls; the Goddess Beltine holds all these titles and distinctions with …

  • Larissa

    h1. Larissa h3. Worship of Larissa The Oracle of the Gods, Lady Luck, Mistress of Forbidden Pleasures, Temptress of the Pure, Divine Harlot of the Sixty-Seven Acts of Debauchery. Larissa has been called all these things and more. Originally depicted …

  • Neroth

    h3. Worship of Neroth Most feared of all the Gods due to His duties which reach all inevitably, Neroth, known also as Black Neroth, rules below the loamy earth, in the worm infested recesses of the catacombs and barrows that riddle the Known Lands of …

  • Bahamut

    When the Dragon Lord appeared in the sky during the battle against the mad god, it was said that the sky grew brighter just from the shine of his scales. h3. Worship of Bahamut Lord of wise council and the wind, sailor pay lip service to the dragon …

  • Calistria

    A goddess of many faces and guises, including lust and revenge. She is held in especially high regard by elves, who often identify her moods and attitude with that of their people. A fondness of wasps has earned this vengeful deity the title the Savored …

  • St Cuthbert

    Rumored to have once been a mortal man, Saint Cuthbert is an stern deity. He hates evil, but is more concerned with law and order, with converting the uninformed, and preventing backsliding among the faithful. h3. Worship of Saint Cuthbert …

  • Kord

    Kord, the god of strength, is chaotic good. He is known as the Brawler. Kord is the patron of athletes, especially wrestlers.

  • Ford

    h3. History Once a mere mortal, Ford ascended to godhood after drinking from the cup of immortality following his valiant fight against the fascist followers of the [[Order]] in the First Cataclysm. In his life and his godhood thereafter, Ford is the …

  • Lathander

    Lathander, the Morninglord, is a fictional deity of the Forgotten Realms Dungeons & Dragons campaign setting devised by Ed Greenwood. He also plays a role in the Ravenloft setting (but is always called the Morninglord there, not by his proper name).

  • The Raven Queen

    Compared to the other gods in the pantheon, the Raven Queen is young. Her relative youth in no way reduces her influence in the mortal world or diminishes her importance to the larger cosmology. As death’s queen, the Raven Queen is feared by mortals …

  • Valkur

    Valkur (pronounced val-KURR[2]) is a demipower deity of sailors, ships, favorable winds and naval combat. Valkur's philosophy puts him in conflict with the capricious ocean-goddess Umberlee. h3. Worship of Valkur Valkur's dogma emphasises living …