Faiths and Pantheons is a campaign accessory for the 3rd edition of the Dungeons & Dragons, for the Forgotten Realms campaign setting. This is a list of Forgotten Realms deities. They are all deities that appear in the fictional Forgotten Realms campaign setting of the Dungeons & Dragons role- playing game. The deities of other Dungeons & Dragons campaign settings, including those He alone can allow new deities to join the pantheons of Forgotten Realms. May 4, Faiths and Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd and Erik Mona offers an incredible amount of information on the primary deities of the Forgotten Realms.
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This is a list of Forgotten Realms deities. However, there is some overlap, especially among the deities of nonhuman races. Lolththe principal deity of the drow in the Forgotten Realms, is specifically described as being the same deity as Lolth in other campaign settings. Deities are included in this list only when documented in a Forgotten Realms-specific source   or otherwise clearly indicated as existing in the setting. Lord Ao is the Overdeity of the Forgotten Realms. He alone can allow new deities to join the pantheons of Forgotten Realms.
However, he does not acknowledge mortal worshippers or grant spells, interacting with mortals only during the most unusual of circumstances, such as the Time of Troubles. Created by Lord Aothe greater gods have a duty to preserve the balance between Chaos and Order. The Circle of Greater Powers have always come together to meet for important reasons such as the capture of Kezef the Chaos Hound for the preservation of the balance or for the trial of another god for not carrying out the duty under their portfolio such as the trial faiiths Cyric the Relms.
Many deities in this pantheon originated in separate human cultural pantheons which have since blended and combined, while others are mortals ascended to divinity or arrivals to Abeir-Toril from other worlds or settings through magical means. Most people in the far eastern lands of Kara-Tur follow one of the two philosophical religions called “The Path of Enlightenment” and “The Way”.
In the island kingdom of Kozakura the worship of a large number of spirits collectively called “The Eight Million Gods” is predominant. The people of Shou Lung believe in the Celestial Bureaucracy headed by the. All deities in the Maztican pantheon have aspects that rule over related concepts and ideas. These aspects are worshipped as a large number of individual deities, including Micat, an aspect of Zaltec representing certain kinds of snake venom.
Worshipped almost exclusively in MulhorandThayand Untherthese deities came fofgotten Abeir-Toril when their worshippers were transported from another world.
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Sharess was a member of the Mulhorandi pantheon, under the name Bast. Instead, each Zakharan deity exemplifies a single characteristic or trait.
Additionally, there are an untold number of local deities and demigods, sometimes worshipped in an area as small as a few miles across. Became a god after absorbing the divine essence of Erevis Cale. Collectively, the drow deities are known as the Dark Seldarine.
Collectively, the dwarven deities except Deep Duerra and Laduguer are known as the Morndinsamman. Collectively, the elven deities are known as the Fauths. Collectively, the gnome deities are known as the Lords of the Golden Hills. Collectively, the halfling deities are known as Yondalla’s Children.
Some powerful extraplanar creatures are able to grant power to their followers without actually being deities. Cults worshipping archdevils or demon princes are not unknown. After being cast out of the Seldarine, Araushnee became the demon princess Lolth before reclaiming her divinity as leader of the Dark Seldarine.
The archon paragons, collectively known as the Celestial Hebdomad, are the ane embodiment of the lawful good alignment. In the Forgotten Realms, they work most closely with the god Tyr.
The eladrin paragons, collectively known as the Court of Stars, are the celestial embodiment of the chaotic good alignment. The guardinal paragons, Talsid and the Five Companions, are the celestial embodiment of the neutral good alignment. In the Forgotten Realms, they take a more subsidiary role than in other campaign settings fwiths to the larger number of nature deities.
Deities in the Forgotten Realms can at times be slain, fade away from lack of worship, or have their power usurped by others. The people of Unther and their deities based on Babylonian eealms Sumerian mythology arrived at the same time and in the same manner as the Mulhorandi, but war between those two empires and against orcish hordes have claimed most of the Untheric pantheon, now the largest identifiable group of dead deities.
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