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Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 12:11 am
by Boneguard
AuldDragon wrote:
Boneguard wrote:Interesting idea and well executed.
Thanks!

Jeff
You're welcome,

Oh I,ve noticed that the PDF needs to be updated to include who serves him though (the blog was updated, but not the file).

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 12:14 am
by AuldDragon
Boneguard wrote:You're welcome,

Oh I,ve noticed that the PDF needs to be updated to include who serves him though (the blog was updated, but not the file).
Force a refresh. I updated both at the same time and I just verified it has the updated PDF.

Jeff

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 12:15 am
by Boneguard
AuldDragon wrote:
Boneguard wrote:You're welcome,

Oh I,ve noticed that the PDF needs to be updated to include who serves him though (the blog was updated, but not the file).
Force a refresh. I updated both at the same time and I just verified it has the updated PDF.

Jeff
Oh yeah I see it now. Yeah, I think my brain is fried from my week I had at work.

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 12:18 am
by AuldDragon
Boneguard wrote:Oh yeah I see it now. Yeah, I think my brain is fried from my week I had at work.
No worries. :)

Jeff

Shekinester the Three-Faced Queen

Posted: Sun Apr 01, 2018 10:55 pm
by AuldDragon
Shekinester the Three-Faced Queen, creator and queen of the nagas, is one of the most complex deities in the D&D multiverse. She has three distinct aspects, each representing a different alignment, with different portfolios of interest, but all elements of her overriding portfolio of Wisdom.

Jeff

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Mon Apr 02, 2018 7:25 am
by Knightfall
Jeff, man. You're a machine! More great work here, as usual.

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Mon Apr 02, 2018 8:22 pm
by AuldDragon
Thanks! :)

Jeff

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Wed Apr 04, 2018 4:32 am
by Zeromaru X
Hi, AuldDragon. I have a question. Since you did create entries for minor draconic gods such as Elemtia and Arcanic, are you going to create entries for they new draconic gods introduced in 4e?

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Wed Apr 04, 2018 5:27 am
by AuldDragon
Zeromaru X wrote:
Wed Apr 04, 2018 4:32 am
Hi, AuldDragon. I have a question. Since you did create entries for minor draconic gods such as Elemtia and Arcanic, are you going to create entries for they new draconic gods introduced in 4e?
Probably not. I've found that a lot of the later deities serve as replacements for existing pantheons, not compliments; it's the same reason I'm not planning to work on the demihuman deities published in the various 3e "Races Of" books.

Plus, I wasn't aware of any new 4e Draconic deities. :)

Jeff

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2018 8:59 pm
by willpell
AuldDragon wrote:
Wed Apr 04, 2018 5:27 am
Probably not. I've found that a lot of the later deities serve as replacements for existing pantheons, not compliments; it's the same reason I'm not planning to work on the demihuman deities published in the various 3e "Races Of" books.
Aww...the Illumian pantheon has two of my favorite gods in it: Soorinek, the god of doubting that there are gods, or at least that they deserve worship, and Wakathu, the god of silence and unmaking who wants to reverse the ritual that created his entire race. Admittedly, the other four gods in the same pantheon are pretty redundant.

Remnis, the Great Lord of the Eagles

Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2018 1:49 am
by AuldDragon
Flying through the skies of the upper planes is Remnis, the Great Lord of the Eagles. He is said to be the ultimate aerial hunter, and with his great eyesight, he spies out secrets throughout the planes. He perches on the heights of Mount Celestia and in the boughs of the World Tree Yggdrasil, awaiting the call to service.

Jeff

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Sun Jun 03, 2018 4:17 pm
by Seethyr
I’m really enjoying reading through these. I come back every few days and read up on another few. I checked out your draconian deities and saw that you even get some of the really obscure ones. Have you considered Graughthotlor? Talk about obscure - he’s the so called king of the equally obscure ferrous dragons. It’s an article from a Dragon Magazine that I can’t seem to find the number...

Edit: I did a search to find out the proper dragon issue number and lo and behold I find your blog on the ferrous dragons! Lol. I guess you’ve done him already! Sorry about that.

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Sun Jun 03, 2018 5:26 pm
by Boneguard
Good thing I looked at the older articles, I would have missed your take on the Specialty Priests of Dukagsh.

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Sun Jun 03, 2018 6:00 pm
by AuldDragon
Seethyr wrote:
Sun Jun 03, 2018 4:17 pm
I’m really enjoying reading through these. I come back every few days and read up on another few. I checked out your draconian deities and saw that you even get some of the really obscure ones. Have you considered Graughthotlor? Talk about obscure - he’s the so called king of the equally obscure ferrous dragons. It’s an article from a Dragon Magazine that I can’t seem to find the number...

Edit: I did a search to find out the proper dragon issue number and lo and behold I find your blog on the ferrous dragons! Lol. I guess you’ve done him already! Sorry about that.
He is listed explicitly as not being a deity, and "Graughlothor" is more of a position than a single individual. Whenever "Graughlothor" dies, another Iron dragon takes his place. I considered ignoring that and making him a deity, but since he was never even passingly referred to such by other products (unlike Sardior), I decided against it. :)

The material on the Ferrous Dragons on my blog was an attempt to mimic the Monstrous Compendium sheet. :)
Boneguard wrote:
Sun Jun 03, 2018 5:26 pm
Good thing I looked at the older articles, I would have missed your take on the Specialty Priests of Dukagsh.
Yeah, I'd been thinking about re-working his entry, but just haven't gotten around to it, so I put up the reworked specialty priest. :)

Jeff

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Sun Jun 03, 2018 7:20 pm
by Boneguard
AuldDragon wrote:
Sun Jun 03, 2018 6:00 pm
Boneguard wrote:
Sun Jun 03, 2018 5:26 pm
Good thing I looked at the older articles, I would have missed your take on the Specialty Priests of Dukagsh.
Yeah, I'd been thinking about re-working his entry, but just haven't gotten around to it, so I put up the reworked specialty priest. :)

Jeff
I would love to see what you would do with it...maybe lump him over with the Missing Demihuman gods :)

Blibdoolpoolp the Sea Mother

Posted: Sun Jul 01, 2018 11:31 pm
by AuldDragon
Nearly insane, Blibdoolpoolp the Sea Mother is patron of the declining subterranean race of kuo-toa. She hates humanity for the ancient wars that drove her race underground, and is well pleased when her followers sacrifice them to her. She is rumored to know great secrets of ancient magics, but in her insanity, she shares them with no one.

Jeff

Merrshaulk the Serpent Lord

Posted: Wed Aug 01, 2018 10:22 pm
by AuldDragon
While still powerful, the somnolent Merrshaulk the Serpent Lord is in a slow decline. His chosen followers are the insidious yuan-ti, who lurk in ruins of ancient cities, either remnants of their own past or the remains of places they corrupted and destroyed. His lack of direct attention to his followers has led to a usurpation of his power by other deities on more than one world, however.

Jeff

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Wed Aug 01, 2018 11:04 pm
by Boneguard
Oh that's a nice one to have. I love Yuan-to, they are great villains to have.

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 6:46 am
by AuldDragon
Glad you like it! Since I finished up the Avian deities recently, and the Aquatic and Reptilian deities are nearly done, I'll be adding the Centaur deities into the mix soon, which should be interesting since so many of them are barely more than a name.

Those can be both tough and rewarding. :)

Jeff

Linroth Fleet-Hoof

Posted: Sat Sep 01, 2018 9:50 pm
by AuldDragon
One of the four minor centaur deities mentioned in Dragon Magazine #103, Linroth Fleet-Hoof is a deity of speed, traveling, and merchants. I drew some inspiration from nomadic steppe peoples for the write-up, as well as some elements from Greek mythology.

Jeff

Persana, Guardian of the Deep

Posted: Mon Oct 01, 2018 5:40 pm
by AuldDragon
Persana, Guardian of the Deep is the creator and patron of the tritons, having sculpted them from elemental water and breathed life into them. He is known as one of the greatest architects of the multiverse, having designed a wide variety of wonders throughout the planes. While aloof and generally uninterested in the affairs of others, he recognizes that the other good and neutral races of the deep are more likely to keep to agreements and defend allies in need, and so has thrown his lot in with them.

Jeff

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Sat Oct 06, 2018 1:41 pm
by Boneguard
That's a nice one.

Once either the Aquatic/ Reptilian gods are done, you'll be adding the Lycanthrope gods inyo the fray. Correct?

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Sat Oct 06, 2018 4:28 pm
by AuldDragon
Boneguard wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 1:41 pm
Once either the Aquatic/ Reptilian gods are done, you'll be adding the Lycanthrope gods inyo the fray. Correct?
Yep! :)

Jeff

Semuanya the Survivor

Posted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 4:59 am
by AuldDragon
Wrapping up the reptilian deities is Semuanya the Survivor, the patron and creator of lizard men and their kin. Semuanya is an aloof deity who exists and survives for the sake of surviving and existing, and teaches his followers that survival and propagation is of paramount importance.

Jeff

Re: Monster Mythology Update Project

Posted: Wed Nov 07, 2018 2:55 am
by Digitalelf
I absolutely love this series!

I was wondering when you "plan" (I write that in quotations, as I know plans change and you have a lot on your proverbial plate) on getting around to the "Lost Gods" of Monster Mythology, particularly "The Elder Elemental God"?