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  • Monster Manual II (1982). Monster Mythology more than doubled the count of nonhuman deities from first edition, and detailed new gods for Underdark races
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  • This is a list of deities of Dungeons & Dragons, including all of the 3.5 edition gods and powers of the "Core Setting" for the Dungeons & Dragons (D&D)
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  • (possibly also called N'asr): God of murder, lies, intrigue, strife, deception, illusion. Chaotic Evil. Grumbar: God of elemental earth, solidity, changelessness
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  • around the coffin, enclosing the coffin within its trunk. The king of the land, intrigued by the tree's quick growth, ordered the tree cut down and installed
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  • to the action of gods or of other supernatural interventions. The presence of LGBT themes in Western mythologies has become the subject of intense study
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  • their spell at the rising of the Moon. The faith and worship of Eilistraee is not bound by hard rules, it is free form expression through dance and song
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  • the realism of historical fiction with the magic appeal of the best fantasies, subduing magic in favor of battles and political intrigue. He also decided
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  • "Lands of Intrigue" in the campaign setting publications. These works include the "Empires of the Sands", published in 1988. Amn — A land of merchants
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  • The Cap of Invisibility enables the user to become invisible to other supernatural entities, functioning much like the cloud of mist that the gods surround
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  • Hinduism (redirect from Hinduism II)
    expansion of Islamic rule. During this period Buddhism declined rapidly, and a distinct Indo-Islamic culture emerged. Under Akbar an "intriguing blend of Perso-Islamic
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  • parlementaire of 1648–1649) ended, a second one (the Fronde des princes of 1650–1653) began. Unlike that which preceded it, tales of sordid intrigue and half-hearted
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  • issued 1972-03-21  Brian Coleman, The Technics 1200 — Hammer Of The Gods, Medium The World of DJs and the Turntable Culture, page 43, Hal Leonard Corporation
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  • Greyhawk (redirect from World of Greyhawk)
    the release of the AD&D Players Handbook in 1978, many players were intrigued by the connection of Greyhawk characters to magical spells such as Tenser's
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  • Dragons role-playing game, the Morndinsamman, the dwarven pantheon of gods, consists of the leader, Moradin, as well as Abbathor, Berronar Truesilver, Clanggedin
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  • Ganesha (redirect from 16 Names of Ganesh)
    deity of the temple (pradhāna), treated similarly to the highest gods of the Hindu pantheon. As the god of transitions, he is placed at the doorway of many
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  • Ashoka (redirect from Asoka of India)
    he is referred to as Devānāmpriya (Pali Devānaṃpiya or "the Beloved of the Gods"), and Priyadarśin (Pali Piyadasī or "He who regards everyone with affection")
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  • our timeline), he is unwillingly pulled into a scandalous intrigue involving close relatives of King George IV. Later followed by a sequel, Too Many Notes
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  • political intrigue. He sees Arya as a threat and through manipulation and poisoned words he encourages Sansa and Arya to think the worst of each other
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  • nation, it is of concern to the nation of the player, who is sent as a representative. The player then becomes embroiled in the intrigues of the Empress's
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  • Bladen'kerst, she knows nothing of intrigue and protocol. Nauzhror, Triel's first cousin once removed. He is pudgy and a Master of Sorcere who sports a large
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