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  • aoc = Guardian of dead gods | ...ow and for ages hence, they've been known only as the Guardian of the Dead Gods. Then as now, they most commonly take the form of a muscular, dark-skinned
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  • ...ing godly access. These gods tend to care little for the actions of other gods, including one another, though each does have a fairly strong degree of enm
    955 bytes (145 words) - 02:29, 11 December 2007
  • #REDIRECT [[Guardian of the Dead Gods]]
    39 bytes (6 words) - 18:21, 22 August 2007
  • ...mortal languages are often thought to be unsuitable for directives to the gods; Celestial is rare, but occasionally used should the intent be suitable. W
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  • nickname = Pharaoh of the Gods |
    629 bytes (83 words) - 23:16, 6 July 2011
  • Just short of gods, the cloud-like mortai rule the skies of the [[Beastlands]], answering to n ...re merely demipowers of air and weather, servants of various sky and storm gods across the Outer Planes. The most popular theory by far, however, is that
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  • aoc = Guardian of dead gods | ...ow and for ages hence, they've been known only as the Guardian of the Dead Gods. Then as now, they most commonly take the form of a muscular, dark-skinned
    4 KB (582 words) - 16:54, 12 May 2017
  • ...etition for his title much as Athena; while he has few friends amongst the gods, those devoted to warfare find especial ire from him. ...itus within an invisible net and suspended them within the air for all the gods of Olympus to see and mock; so shamed were the two that they fled to distan
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  • * {{cite|Dead Gods|pp.70-71}}
    1 KB (203 words) - 01:58, 2 July 2014
  • ...that dwell within the elements: [[Ahto]], [[Geb]], [[Shu]], and other such gods. They act as both soldiers and diplomats, seeking war and peace interchange
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  • ...or example, for sacrificing his son and offering him as a sacrifice to the gods, forever suffering from hunger and thirst and never able to reach that whic
    5 KB (854 words) - 19:54, 9 March 2016
  • * {{cite|Dead Gods|pg.17-18}}
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  • [[Category:Gods]]
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  • ...h the benefit of, and to abandon when he had no further need of them. The gods took great offense at this treatment, cursing him to be neither man nor bea ...d has a habit of treating other Abyssal lords much the way he once treated gods. A recent example is that of [[Ardat]], Queen of the [[Harpy|Harpies]]. A
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  • ...ief likely also comes about due to their status as servants of the various gods of the moon. Most often found in the service of the [[Faerunian]] power [[ ...a gift or a curse, depending on if the sage believes it bestowed from the gods of the moon or the various lawful powers. Before passing on for good, a li
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  • ...ttle prominence on the planes, Olidammara is still one of the most popular gods upon the [[Prime]] world of [[Oerth]]. ...sula. These ancient writings indicate that the two were then worshiped as gods of the adventure, Olidammara more playful and Scahrossar more serious, even
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  • ...the sewers and catacombs beneath the Quarter's surface. Hardly limited to gods either, of course, as cults to just about every Abyssal Lord, and even a fe
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  • * {{cite|Dead Gods|pp.70-71}}
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  • ...serve as [[power key]]s, allowing a priest of the Aesir to call upon their gods even in distant planes. The branches of Yggdrasil extend for miles; near th * {{cite|Dead Gods|pp.22-47}}
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  • Ancient form of magic, rituals empowered by older gods. Mostly by human pantheons, used to empower all followers. Less popular t
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  • ...afflicted, though in his case it was a divine curse placed upon him by the gods of that realm as punishment. His position on that world as one of its supr
    4 KB (761 words) - 14:12, 20 May 2017

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