16th Century D&D world and setting

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16th Century D&D world and setting

Post by lwhitehead » Thu Mar 29, 2018 2:03 pm

Hi I would like help with my 16th Century D&D setting and world, I need help in creating.

One of main Human Kingdom is based on Elizabethan England,


What type of D&D Deities are suitable for the Tudor age?,

How does this effect the other Non Human Races?,


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Re: 16th Century D&D world and setting

Post by Cthulhudrew » Thu Mar 29, 2018 4:35 pm

Is this actually supposed to be a fantasy version of the RW in the 16th century? Or is it a completely different world, with the culture of this kingdom just similar to that of Elizabethan England? Because those are different things.

The deities topic is a tricky one when modeling a world after RW settings in any era, but especially so when you get to more modern settings IMO, because you run into the topic of the major monotheistic religions of our world, which had a tremendous impact on its history and cultural development.
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Re: 16th Century D&D world and setting

Post by lwhitehead » Fri Mar 30, 2018 7:19 am

Well I would like this setting to be hopefully an Official one, what type of player kits are suitable for the Elizabethan England.

The Elves can keep there Deities, but I'm unsure about the other Races.

Kingdom of Gloriana is my version of Elizabethan England, she has gained that title through a compact with Fae magic and forces,

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