Gods

Shul, God of the Moon

“The moon is barren, the moon is old The moon is knowing, the moon is cold Its light’s a mirror And moves our souls”

Loptir, Lord of Flame

“The life of the common folk of the north is everywhere similar due to the simple imperative of survival through the bitter winter. Loptir offers succor to his followers, warmth and comfort to all who are in need.”

Ahriman, Lord of Death

“Bound to his throne of skulls Ahriman sits Lord of the barren Void Death is eternal Life is a mirage”

Creostrax, Goddess of Excess

“The pleasures of flesh, the singing whips of lust! Greed and gluttony incarnate, the joyous abandon of bloody rage! All that is visceral, the domain of Creostrax!”

Patron and Deity Demands

“I saw that man, y’know, one ‘a the weird ones who came ta town las’ Monday. ‘E climbed the highest steeple of tha temple, an’ sat there for hours, wit’ them pigeons… Methinks the town’d be better without that lot, no matter ‘ow much gold they bring in…” I’ve two DCC games I run, one …

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Daenthar, the Mountain Lord

“Earth, industry and advancement: Daenthar’s temple is the gleaming pinnacle of science combined with divine inspiration; his priesthood is the forefront of the future for us all! Strike the earth! It’s bounty is for you to conquer, food for your burning forge!”

Additions for the goddess Digradia

In this third (first & second parts) installment of what is a series, you can find my extensional tables/rules (Lay on Hands side-effects, disapproval results, suggested spells) for the goddess Digradia, from the titillating campaign setting Hubris by Mike Evans. I have shamelessly followed the deity entry format used in the Divinities & Cults sourcebooks by …

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Additions for the god The Corpulent One

In this second (first part) installment of what shall be a series, you can find my extensional tables/rules (Lay on Hands side-effects, disapproval results, suggested spells) for the god The Corpulent One, from the charming campaign setting Hubris by Mike Evans. I have shamelessly followed the deity entry format used in the Divinities & Cults sourcebooks …

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