Dragonlance Deities: List of Dragonlance Deities, Paladine, Mishakal, Mina, Reorx, Takhisis, Chemosh, Chaos, Gilean, Ionthas, Kiri-Jolith

 
9781155664873: Dragonlance Deities: List of Dragonlance Deities, Paladine, Mishakal, Mina, Reorx, Takhisis, Chemosh, Chaos, Gilean, Ionthas, Kiri-Jolith

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 373. Not illustrated. Chapters: List of Dragonlance Deities, Paladine, Mishakal, Mina, Reorx, Takhisis, Chemosh, Chaos, Gilean, Ionthas, Kiri-Jolith, Fizban, Habbakuk, Valthonis, Nuitari, Morgion, Majere, Shinare, Sirrion, Zeboim, Sargonnas, Solinari, Lunitari, Branchala, Chislev, Hiddukel, Zivilyn, Night Sky of Krynn. Excerpt: The Deities of Dragonlance, also commonly referred to as gods, are the high powers of the fictional world of Krynn, where the Dragonlance campaign setting takes place. They differ from the gods of other Dungeons & Dragons campaign settings in that the gods themselves do not have d20 mechanics. However, their aspects, the way they manifest into the world, do. The gods of Krynn are formless, and represent a particular aspect of creation. They periodically send messengers, omens, visions, and their own aspects to the world. The gods of Krynn never bring their full essence into the world. The gods of Krynn are very active in the lives of the people of Krynn. They work to maintain the world, but all of them have different ways of going about it. For example, Takhisis, the major goddess of evil, believes in subjugating the world to bring order. Paladine, the major god of good, tries to educate the people to bring about order, and Gilean, the major god of neutrality believes that mortals have to be able to choose their own path to have order. The gods of the three alignments (Good, Evil, and Neutrality) form the Balance of Krynn. Clerics in the Dragonlance setting serve all the gods except Lunitari, Nuitari, and Solinari, who grant the arcane magic of wizardry rather than clerical power. There are two eras in the Dragonlance world when the gods were not active in the world: the majority of the Age of Despair (after the Cataclysm until the War of the Lance); and the early Age of Mortals (before the War of Souls). ...

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Chapters: List of Dragonlance Deities, Paladine, Mishakal, Mina, Reorx, Takhisis, Chemosh, Chaos, Gilean, Ionthas, Kiri-Jolith, Fizban, Habbakuk, Valthonis, Nuitari, Morgion, Majere, Shinare, Sirrion, Zeboim, Sargonnas, Solinari, Lunitari, Branchala, Chislev, Hiddukel, Zivilyn, Night Sky of Krynn. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 373. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The Deities of Dragonlance, also commonly referred to as gods, are the high powers of the fictional world of Krynn, where the Dragonlance campaign setting takes place. They differ from the gods of other Dungeons

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