Dungeons & Dragons - Netflix

Animated series based on the extremely popular TSR role-playing game.

Dungeons & Dragons - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1983-09-17

Dungeons & Dragons - List of Dungeons & Dragons deities - Netflix

This is a list of deities of Dungeons & Dragons, including all of the 3.5 edition gods and powers of the “Core Setting” for the Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) roleplaying game. Religion is a key element of the D&D game, since it is required to support both the cleric class and the behavioural aspects of the ethical alignment system – 'role playing', one of three fundamental. The pantheons employed in D&D provide a useful framework for creating fantasy characters, as well as governments and even worlds. Because the Core Setting is based on the World of Greyhawk, the Greyhawk gods list contains most of the deities listed here, and many more.

Dungeons & Dragons - Categories - Netflix

The deities are grouped into three categories: Core powers – Deities presented in the Player's Handbook 3.5th edition or substantially introduced in the other two core books (Dungeon Master's Guide and Monster Manual). Most of these deities are worshipped by humans. There is a subset within this category called Additional Deities which has deities not mentioned in the core rulebooks but instead in supplements and as such considered additions to the core category. Alternate human pantheons – This lists the pantheons and the deities within them that are presented in the supplement book Deities & Demigods. Most are based upon real-life mythology. Non-deity powers – These beings would fit into the previous category, but are not actually deities, plus most of them aren't the patron of a specific monstrous race. This includes the demon princes and archdevils as well as some other godlike beings. Before third edition, there was no Core Setting, so the distinctions above are not as clear-cut. For the most part, materials which did not specify a setting were assumed to be at least compatible with the World of Greyhawk if not outright parts of the canon. As such, those prior materials are covered in the setting-specific lists of deities. The book Monster Mythology, however, was considered to be canon for core materials for the gods of non-human races in second edition.

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