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Detailed in this page core supplement are the most prominent religions and deities of the Realms. Each divine power is covered in depth by an entry that includes information about the deity's appearance, personality, worshipers, portfolio, aliases, domain name, superior, allies, foes, symbol, worshipers' alignments, avatar , manifestations, church, and specialty priests. The information on each religion includes its core dogma, day-to-day activities of priests, holy days and important ceremonies, major centers of worship, affiliated orders, and the priestly vestments and adventuring garb of members of the clergy. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. How are divine powers created, and how do they die?

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Many have additional spells, or spell-like abilities that reference spells. Can anyone point out or tell me where I can find an explanation of these spells? What manual are they described in? Both of your example spells come from the ToM, for example.

They were published late in the 2e era, so the set is a good reference for spells, even including their original sources. Unfortunately, unlike the ToM and FRA, neither are available for sale in PDF at this point; though they likely will be made available in the future, as the similar Encyclopedia Magica has been. Both those spells can be found in the Tome of Magic. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.

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Faiths & Avatars softcover supplement (AD&D 2nd Edition RPG) TSR9516

Each god has a description, statistics, and personal history, as well as a description of its Avatar - the god's manifestation in the mortal world and the form that adventurers would be most likely to encounter. The faiths section of each god details that god's church structure, dogma, day-to-day activities, major centers of worship, affiliated religious orders, priestly vestments, adventuring garb, holy days and important ceremonies. This book contains an exhaustive list of all the Lesser through Greater human gods and their churches. The supplement provides numerous spells and special powers for clerics of each different faith. The book was designed by Julia Martin with Eric L. Boyd , [2] and additional design by Ed Greenwood , L.

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What makes a god a god? How are divine powers created and how do they die? How powerful is a greater deity compared to a lesser deity? Detailed in this page core supplement are the most prominent religions and deities of the Realms. Each divine power is covered in depth by an entry that includes information about the deity's appearance, personality, worshippers, portfolio, aliases, domain name, superior, allies, foes, symbol, worhippers'alignments, avatar manifestation, church, and specialty priests. The information on each religion includes its core dogma, day-to-day activities of priests, holy days and important ceremonies, major centers of worhip, affiliated orders, and the priestly vestments and adventuring garb of the members of the clergy.

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What makes a god a god? How are divine powers created and how do they die? How powerful is a greater deity compared to a lesser deity? Detailed in this page core supplement are the most prominent religions and deities of the Realms. Each divine power is covered in depth by an entry that includes information about the deity's appearance, personality, worshippers, portfolio, aliases, domain name, superior, allies, foes, symbol, worhippers'alignments, avatar manifestation, church, and specialty priests.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Role-playing Games Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for gamemasters and players of tabletop, paper-and-pencil role-playing games. It only takes a minute to sign up. It contains descriptions and abilities for Specialty Priests - priests with additional capabilities and restrictions for each particular deity. Many have additional spells, or spell-like abilities that reference spells. Can anyone point out or tell me where I can find an explanation of these spells? What manual are they described in?

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