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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Return to Book Page. Some of those divine powers inspire respect, while others elicit fear. Good or evil, all of drayons coexist within these pages.
Complete information for key gods, along with the powers and abilities granted to their most dedicated followers. Complete information for key gods, along with the powers ahd abilities granted to their most dedicated followers, and descriptions of supporting deities combine to provide this look at all the gods of the Forgotten Realms campaign setting. Over gods 20 specialty priest prestige classes Maps of dungeoons temples This collection details the thirty most important gods in the Forgotten Realms setting and expands upon the profiles of the rest of the deities.
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Be the first to ask a question about Faiths and Pantheons Forgotten Realms. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Oct 09, Ryan rated it liked it Shelves: Decent enough, but nothing you can’t find online. Aug 25, David rated it really liked it Shelves: The introduction basically provides information on the “structure” or “rules” of how pantheons work in the Forgotten Realms.
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I liked that throughout this sourcebook, there are references to what happened in novels and other lore. This section also explains deity statistics, and explains what are divine ranks. The first chapter is the meat of it.
There are stat blocks for all of them as well as detailed information on their worship, rites, ceremonies, and priesthood. The second chapter is probably the longest -it covers the rest of the deities is lesser detail, almost 90 of them, from various pantheons. These deities do not have stat blocks or even divine rank so it’s kind of odd that they came up with the concept of divine rank, yet chose to only apply them to the deities in the previous chapter. The descriptions here mostly just cover their dogma, worship, and current affairs.
The next chapter provides three places of worship, for Tempus, Shar, and Malar. 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.
These are rather detailed affairs, complete with stat blocks for NPCs. The fourth chapter contains about 20 prestige classes and one template. They are all tied to a particular deity, so are rather flavourful in that sense. Lastly, there’s an appendix that explains deity abilities and feats, the Repose domain, and brief descriptions of monster deities. Overall, it’s a great sourcebook for your Forgotten Realms deity “fix”.
Too bad they decided that 30 was enough. I would have much preferred expanding on deity stats and less of the adventure locations.
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If adventuring ideas need to be included, 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. Jun 13, Abraham Ray rated it it was amazing Shelves: Hamish Sharik rated it it was amazing Jan 22, Luca Gioia rated it really liked it Nov 21, Gianfranco Mancini rated it liked it Apr 18, Chris Barndollar rated it really liked it Jan 14, Kirk rated it liked it Jan 19, Derek rated it really liked it Feb 25, Bobby Hitt rated it liked it Jan 27, Mike Sutherland rated it liked it Oct 14, Scott Sutherland rated it liked it Jan 09, Robert Barrick rated it it was ok Sep 12, Daxrim rated it really liked it May 16, Pete rated it it was ok Aug 24, Brittany Schwager rated it really liked it Jan 22, Wolfrngr rated it it was ok Jun 14, Christopher Joubert rated it liked it Jun 15, Philip Rezanow rated it liked it Apr 27, Joseph Smith iv rated it really liked it Oct 30, Jacob rated it liked it Nov 23, Tom Travis rated it liked it Apr 13, John rated it liked it Jan 01, Ryan rated it really liked it Jan 31, Johnathan rated it it was amazing Aug 29, Joel rated it really liked it Jun 14, Kenneth Tucker rated it liked it Aug 26, John Jay rated it it was amazing Dec 04, Chad Amundsen rated it it was amazing Aug 27, Patrick rated it really liked it Apr 29, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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