D&D - Deities and Demigods by Rich Redman, Skip Williams, James Wyatt

By Rich Redman, Skip Williams, James Wyatt

The names of Pelor, Loki, Athena, Osiris, and their variety are invoked by way of the religious in addition to the determined. With skills that extend approximately past the scope of mortal mind's eye, the attractiveness of the gods humbles even the best of heroes.

This complement for the D&D online game presents every thing you want to create and phone upon the main robust beings on your crusade. integrated are descriptions and data for over seventy gods from 4 totally precise pantheons. besides feedback for developing your personal gods, Deities and Demigods additionally comprises info on advancing characters to godhood.

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The common room is filled with cheap, imitation antique furniture and the wooden floor is beginning to buckle from years of liquids spilled on it. A small fireplace supplies heat, but it clogs and begins to fill the tavern with smoke after it has been burning for two or three hours—it is used only when requested, which is not often. The walls are covered with gaudy mosaics that are chipped and falling apart in places, and most of the tables have carvings in them with witty epigrams from previous patrons.

The waxed paper is coated with a special seaweed extract that will not flake off. The quills cost 10 gp each and the treated paper, 5 gp per sheet. • Safety Bottles: These bottles are triple-layered, constructed of glass on the inside, a metal coating in the middle, and an outer shell of ceramic. They are almost unbreakable—a bottle must fail three saving throws (as pottery, metal, and glass) for the contents to be affected. They cost 50 gp each. • Potions of Water Breathing: There are 21 bottles for sale, each containing four doses.

He also repainted the ship to match his grey hair and christened it the Grey Ghost. His infamous 20-year career spanned many seas and countless battles. McKurk made many enemies up and down the coast. As his wealth grew, so did the legend of Grey Ghost and the fear of captains who spotted the gray sail with the black skull. Finally, with nearly every navy watching for his colors and a putting bounty on his head so high he could not even trust his own crew, McKurk staged his own death. One day, Grey Ghost found itself caught in the harbor of Ravens Bluff and boarded by the sailors of a powerful navy man-of-war.

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