OVERVIEWS

Putting the Posts Into Context

The Celestial Deities

They Who Hung the Stars.

Constellations

The figures in the night sky have lessons, should we be willing to listen.

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Deeper Context and Detail

Losidor

The great lord who rules not for glory but for the simple sake of order itself, Losidor is the father of law. According to his doctrine, all things that exist

Levyse

The least predictable (and some would say least dependable) of the major deities is Levyse. She hates chains of all kinds, both physical and figurative, and her followers share this

Githder

Githder rules the skies, and its faithful love most the the storm. The few established temples and holy places dedicated to the worship of Githder are always in high places,

Feicred

Only in her aspect of truth is Feicred openly invoked, and even then it is exceedingly rare, as the truth Feicred brings is nearly without exception accompanied by destruction. That

Erucei

The great keeper of time and the master of stone, Erucei is perhaps the most esoteric of all the major powers. In his aspect of death he is mostly viewed

Deskir

Generally the only publicly tolerated clergy of any new-moon deity, priests of Deskir are often sought in desperation during the dark of the moon when the full-moon deities are at

Daerde

Daerde is the hard-eyed judge of actions yet still embodies the forgiveness of a parent’s embrace. Generally worshipped in conjunction with the other full-moon deities, he is one of the

Chilon

Although the deity of water, the emphasis of Chilon’s followers is nearly always that of balance and natural order. The act of raining is largely left to the sky-worshippers of

Alinec

Although known as “The Dawn Bringer,” Alinec is not actually associated with the sun; he is instead acknowledged as the master of sun-kissed ordered fields and the convolutions of familial

Verylg

Verylg stood before the world was, and well may stand after it has passed.

The Wheel

The wheel turns all things, standing them end up before righting them again.

Under the Flagstone

Introduction This adventure was written as a follow-on to an excellent introductory adventure (which I cannot recommend highly enough) by Ken the DM called Fifth Edition Funnel, where the players