Remnis

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Remnis
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Title(s) Great Lord of Eagles
Home plane Wilderness of the Beastlands
Power level Lesser
Alignment Neutral (NG tendencies)
Portfolio Giant eagles, sky, service
Superior Various gods of the air
Design details

In many campaign settings for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, Remnis is the giant eagle deity of sky and service.

Publication history[edit]

Remnis was first detailed in the book Monster Mythology (1992), including details about his priesthood.[1]

Description[edit]

Remnis's avatar resembles a giant golden eagle with glowing green eyes and a 55-foot wingspan. He is intelligent, wise, and a great hunter.

Relationships[edit]

Remnis acts as a mount for many good and neutral sky gods in the human and demihuman pantheons, and the Seldarine in general. He's on excellent terms with Syranita and Aerdrie Faenya.

Realm[edit]

Remnis lives in the realm of Goldenroost on the plane of the Beastlands, but he travels between the Elemental Plane of Air, the Outlands, Mechanus, Limbo, Elysium, and Arborea.

Dogma[edit]

Remnis spends time hunting, destroying evil marauders, watching over communities of giant eagles, and awaiting the call to service. He might send his avatar to protect giant eagles from being attacked or having their eggs stolen. Very old and wise eagles may be granted a vision of his avatar, which may advise the dying birds on which leaders to choose in their absence.

Worshipers[edit]

Remnis is the patron deity of giant eagles.

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