Faiths and Pantheons

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Wizards of the Coast, May 1, 2002 - Games - 223 pages
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Religion in the Realms

Whether cleric or commoner, wizard or warrior, nearly everyone in Faerūn pays homage to at least one patron deity. Some of those divine powers inspire respect, while others elicit fear. Good or evil, all of them coexist within these pages. Complete information for key gods, along with the powers and abilities granted to their most dedicated followers, and descriptions of supporting deities combine to provide this look at all the gods of the Forgotten Realms campaign setting.

Over 115 gods
20 specialty priest prestige classes
Maps of four temples

This collection details the thirty most important gods in the Forgotten Realms setting and expands upon the profiles of the rest of the deities.

To use this accessory, a Dungeon Master also needs the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting, the Player's Handbook, the Dungeon Master's Guide, and the Monster Manual.

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About the author (2002)

RICHARD BAKER is a senior designer for Wizards of the Coast, Inc. His most recent roleplaying game design credits include "Red Hand of Doom" and "Complete Arcane," Richard is also the "New York Times" best-selling author of the novel "Condemnation," Richard lives in Washington State with his wife and two daughters.
ERIC L. BOYD has been a fan of the Forgotten Realms since the first time Elminster graced the pages of "Dragon" magazine. When he's not playing the role of software development manager or father, Eric enjoys writing about Faerun late into the night and knitting together obscure bits of Realmslore. Eric's most recent credits include "Power of Faerun" and "City of Splendors: Waterdeep,"
THOMAS M. REID held numerous positions with TSR, Inc. and Wizards of the Coast, Inc., including brand manager for the D&D brand and creative director of the "Star Wars"" Roleplaying Game" line. He wrote the Scions of Arrabar novel trilogy and the Forgotten Realms novel "Insurrection," the second book in the "New York Times" best-selling War of the Spider Queen series. His recent design credits include "Shining South," Thomas lives in Texas with his wife and three sons.

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