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Deities
Heironeous, God of Valor (Lawful Good)

Domains: Good, Law

Known as the Invincible, Heironeous promotes justice, valor, chivalry, and honor. His favored weapon is the longsword, and he is worshiped by paladins, good fighters, and good monks. His archenemy is Hextor, his half-brother.


Moradin, God of the Dwarves (Lawful Good)

Domains: Earth, Good

Moradin's titles include the Soul Forger, Dwarffather, the All-Father, and the Creator. Moradin forged the first dwarves out of metal and gems and breathed life into them. He governs the arts and sciences of the dwarves: smithing, metalworking, engineering, and war. His favored weapon is the warhammer.


Yondalla, Goddess of the Halflings (Lawful Good)

Domains: Good, Protection

Yondalla's titles include the Protector and Provider, the Nurturing Matriarch, and the Blessed One. Yondalla is the creator and protector of the halfling race. She espouses harmony within the halfling race and stalwart defense against its enemies. Her followers hope to lead safe, prosperous lives by following her guidance. The short sword is her favored weapon.


Ehlonna, Goddess of the Woodlands (Neutral Good)

Domains: Animal, Sun

Ehlonna's most commonly encountered title is Ehlonna of the Forests. She watches over all good people who live in the forest, love the woodlands, or make their livelihood there. She is pictured sometimes as an elf and sometimes as a human. She is especially close to elves, gnomes, half-elves, halflings, and brownies. She is also worshiped by rangers and some druids. Her favored weapon is the longsword.


Garl Glittergold, God of the Gnomes (Neutral Good)

Domains: Good, Protection

Garl Glittergold is known as the Joker, the Watchful Protector, the Priceless Gem, and the Sparkling Wit. The god discovered the gnomes and led them into the world. Since then, he has been their protector. He governs humor, wit, gemcutting, and jewelrymaking. Garl's favored weapon is the battleaxe. He is renowned for the jokes and pranks he pulls on other deities, though not all his victims laugh off his jests. Garl once collapsed the cavern of Kurtulmak, the god of the kobolds. Since then, the two deities have been sworn enemies.


Pelor, God of the Sun (Neutral Good)

Domains: Good, Healing

Pelor's title is the Shining One. He is the creator of many good things, a supporter of those in need, and an adversary of all that is evil. He is the most commonly worshiped deity among ordinary humans, and his priests are well received wherever they go. Rangers and bards are found among his worshipers. The mace is his favored weapon.


Corellon Larethian, God of the Elves (Chaotic Good)

Domains: Chaos, Good

Corellon Larethian is known as the Creator of the Elves, the Protector, Protector and Preserver of Life, and Ruler of All Elves. This god is the creator and protector of the elven race. He governs those things held in highest esteem among elves, such as magic, music, arts, crafts, poetry, and warfare. Elves, half-elves, and bards worship him. His favored weapon is the longsword. Gruumsh is his nemesis, and it is because of Corellon's battle prowess that Gruumsh is called "One-Eye."


Kord, God of Strength (Chaotic Good)

Domains: Chaos, Luck

Kord is known as the Brawler. He is the patron of athletes, especially wrestlers. His worshipers include good fighters, barbarians, and rogues. Kord's favored weapon is the greatsword.


Wee Jas, Goddess of Death and Magic (Lawful Neutral)

Domains: Death, Magic

Wee Jas' titles include Witch Goddess, Ruby Sorceress, Stern Lady, and Death's Guardian. She is a demanding goddess who expects obedience from her followers. Her temples are few and far between, but she counts many powerful sorcerers and wizards (especially necromancers) among her worshipers. Her favored weapon is the dagger.


St. Cuthbert, God of Retribution (Lawful Neutral)

Domains: Destruction, Law

Also known as St. Cuthbert of the Cudgel, this god exacts revenge and just punishment on those who transgress the law. Because evil creatures more commonly and flagrantly violate laws than good creatures do, St. Cuthbert favors good over evil, though he is not good himself. His favored weapon is the mace.


Fharlanghn, God of Roads (Neutral)

Domains: Luck, Protection

Fharlanghn is known as the Dweller on the Horizon. Fharlanghn's wayside shrines are common on well-used roads, for he is the god of travel, roads, distance, and horizons. Bards, other wandering adventurers, and merchants favor Fharlanghn. The quarterstaff is his favored weapon.


Obad-Hai, God of Nature (Neutral)

Domains: Fire, Water

Obad-Hai is known as the Shalm. He rules nature and the wilderness, and is a friend to all who live in harmony with the natural world. Barbarians, rangers, and druids sometimes worship him. Because Obad-Hai strictly adheres to neutrality, he is a rival of Ehlonna. Obad-Hai plays a shalm (a double-reed woodwind musical instrument, also spelled "shawm") and takes his title from this instrument. His favored weapon is the quarterstaff.


Olidammara, God of Thieves (Chaotic Neutral)

Domains: Chaos, Luck

Olidammara's title is the Laughing Rogue. He delights in wine, women, and song. He is a vagabond, a prankster, and a master of disguise. His temples are few, but many people are willing to raise a glass in his honor. Rogues and bards are frequently among his worshipers. The rapier is his favored weapon.


Hextor, God of Tyranny (Lawful Evil)

Domains: Evil, Law

Hextor's titles are Champion of Evil, Herald of Hell, and Scourge of Battle. Hextor is the six-armed god of war, conflict, and destruction. Hextor's worshipers include evil fighters and monks, and his favored weapon is the flail. He sends his followers to commit evil, and their special purpose is to overthrow the followers of Heironeous wherever they are found. Heironeous is Hextor's half-brother.


Nerull, God of Death (Neutral Evil)

Domains: Death, Evil

Nerull is known as the Reaper, the Foe of All Good, Hater of Life, Bringer of Darkness, King of All Gloom, and Reaper of Flesh. He is the patron of those who seek the greatest evil for their own enjoyment or gain. His worshipers, who include evil necromancers and rogues, depict him as an almost skeletal cloaked figure who bears a scythe, his favored weapon.


Vecna, God of Secrets (Neutral Evil)

Domains: Evil, Magic

Vecna is known as the Maimed Lord, the Whispered One, and the Master of All That Is Secret and Hidden. He rules that which is not meant to be known and that which people wish to keep secret. He usually appears as a lich who is missing his left hand and left eye. He lost his hand and eye in a fight with his traitorous lieutenant, Kas. Vecna's favored weapon is the dagger.


Erythnul, God of Slaughter (Chaotic Evil)

Domains: Evil, War

Known as the Many, Erythnul delights in panic and slaughter. In civilized lands, his followers (including evil fighters, barbarians, and rogues) form small, criminal cults. In savage lands, evil barbarians, gnolls, bugbears, ogres, and trolls commonly worship him. His favored weapon is a morningstar with a blunt stone head.


Gruumsh, God of the Orcs (Chaotic Evil)

Domains: Chaos, Evil

Gruumsh's titles are One-Eye and He-Who-Never-Sleeps. He is the chief god of the orcs. Gruumsh calls on his followers to be strong, to cull the weak from their numbers, and to take all the territory that he thinks is rightfully theirs (which is almost everything). Gruumsh's favored weapon is the spear. He harbors a special hatred for Corellon Larethian, Moradin, and their followers. In ages past, Corellon Larethian put out Gruumsh's left eye in a fight.