Hit: 5 (1d6 + 2) piercing damage. So I have a good friend of mine playing a bard in my campaign. Parable of the Hungry Man. He is native to the Greyhawk setting within the Great Wheel multiverse, but an alternative version of him is also part of the Nentir Vale setting of the World Axis, as well as the Exandrian Pantheon. Pelor is a popular deity, greatly beloved by the commonfolk. Pelor, the Dawnfather, is the god of the sun4 and agriculture, and is generally worshiped by farmers and people who live off the land.5 He is one of the prime creator gods of Exandria.6 He is the creator of the Sun Tree in Whitestone.As an NPC, Pelor is played by Matthew Mercer. They are most common in Nyrond, the Urnst States, and the Sheldomar Valley. Midsummer's Day. He has done everything in his power to hide this fact from the multiverse - and especially the fact he's sitting on a pretty major cache of Living Gate fragments, which are hidden in Aurosion. Especially, clerics who worship the god of sun, Pelor for Greyhawk and Lathander for the Forgotten Realms, it is the weapon to find or craft. He is particularly revered in the Bright Lands (as Aurifar), among the Rovers of the Barrens, in Dyvers, Geoff, the Free City of Greyhawk, Nyrond, Perrenland, Sterich, Sunndi, Tenh, and Urnst (both the Duchy and the County). Actions Shortsword: Melee Weapon Attack: +4 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. A number of Pelor’s followers have achieved deity or near-deity status, the most popular being Mayaheine, demigoddess of Protection, Justice, and Valor, and Saint Bane the Scourger, patron saint of those who hunt the undead. Why Zarus disappeared is lost in time. In the ancient days, he was one of three gods - the others being Ioun and probably the then-not evil Tharizdun - who sought to peek behind the Living Gate, a sapient fortification that guarded a mysterious rift in the Astral Sea. In the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, Erathis is the lawful neutral goddess of civilization. Phaulkon is the Suel god of Air, Wind, Clouds, Birds, and Archery. 'Ronnam's Icon was named for a Pelorian cleric who had been apprenticed to a smith. An ancient order of Oeridian paladins predating the Great Migrations, the Lords of Sol, are now extinct, but their history is closely bound to that of the Aerdi tribes who founded the Great Kingdom. Druids. Rangers, hunters, and elves revere her, and sailors make offerings to her before beginning their voyages. Sun Blade in 5e. He is known as the creator of much that is good. Although Pelor's church has a few heresies and schisms, the head priests of his powerful temples are in contact with one another and with the religion's overall leadership. They tend to be airy and blindingly white. 3E D&D - Adventure 05 or 07 - The Lost Temple of Pelor.pdf - Free download as PDF Monster Manual for stats) D&D 5e - Xanathar's Guide to Everything. Traits Dark Devotion: The fanatic has advantage on saving throws against being charmed or frightened. He is known as a healing god and is the most popular god among humans. D&D 5E Basic Rules and/or Player's Handbook Pelor to guide your actions. I had hoped this wouldn't be the case with 5e, but all evidence points to the fact that some bit of optimizing can make the big bad look a bit sad. They are considered to have priest status within the Pelorian church, though they have a separate hierarchy. But I have no idea how to stat gods in the case they had to fight one. History [edit | edit source]. These stat blocks can be used to represent both human and nonhuman NPCs. The Prelacy of Almor was founded by a paladin of Pelor after the Battle of a Fortnight's Length, and though the nation became ruled by an ecumenical council, it remained the greatest center of Pelor's faith until Almor was destroyed during the Greyhawk Wars. Church of Selûne Selûne (pronounced: /s ɛˈl uː n ɛ/ seh-LOON-eh or: /s ɛˈl uː n eɪ/ seh-LOON-ay), also known as Our Lady of Silver, the Moonmaiden, and the Night White Lady, was the goddess of the moon in the Faerûnian pantheon.In the 14 th and 15 th centuries DR, she held the portfolios of the moon, stars, navigation, navigators, wanderers, questers, seekers, and non-evil lycanthropes. While not as old as the infamous Vorpal Sword, it is still a great weapon for any campaign. Traits Mimicry: The raven can mimic simple sounds it has heard, such as a person whispering, a baby crying, or an animal chittering. Dragon Magazine #386 features a Channel Divinity article that examines an unusual sect of Pelorites called "The Students of Aurtus"; these unusual Pelorites focus on Pelor's usually-ignored aspect as a God of Time, with a particular focus on studying history in order to learn from their mistakes so civilization won't repeat them. Rangers and bards are found among his worshipers. If the target is Medium or smaller, it is grappled (escape DC 19). This article does not cite any references or sources. Dungeons and Dragons Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. This is pure speculation though, and there is no conclusive evidence. Pelor's favored weapon is the mace (heavy or light). If the secular leaders of one nation place an onerous tax on Pelor’s temples, word will spread through Pelor’s hierarchy. There are many easy ways to customize the NPCs. She teaches temperance and patience in all things. Despite his benevolent nature, Pelor has a skeleton in his closet. Pelor's favored weapon is the mace (heavy or light). The Light of Pelor only has minor variations in it, and all are considered canonical, despite these small discrepancies. They are most common in Nyrond, the Urnst States, and the Sheldomar Valley. I could have simply increased the CR of each monster, to make them tougher; however, my goal is to make CR 21+ monsters feel more epic. The problem is that even if you do, they just look ridiculous compared to player characters. If you think you can improve this page please bring the page up to the level of other pages of its type, then remove this template. He shares this domain with the Unaligned Goddesses Ioun, Goddess of Knowledge, and Erathis, Goddess of Civilization. DM of Death. A number of Pelor's followers have achieved deity or near-deity status, the most popular being Mayaheine, demigoddess of Protection, Justice, and Valor, and Saint Bane the Scourger, patron saint of those who hunt the undead. He is the most commonly worshiped deity among ordinary humans, and his priests are well received wherever they go. Weirdly, he and Erathis are frequently worshipped together, even being known as "the King and Queen of Light". Necromancers use their power over the undead to conjure servants and to poison, enfeeble, and kill foes with gleeful abandon. Vestments are typically yellow or gold. Lawful Evil deity who taught that humans were superior to all other species that lived on the world, and only by subjugation to humanity should they be allowed a continued existence, https://1d4chan.org/index.php?title=Pelor&oldid=686538, Al'Asran, Sol, the Shining One, the Sun Father, Good, Healing, Strength, Sun, Travel, Community, Glory. He created his holy symbol itself; it was flawed, a crude thing of mere bronze, but he wore it as a rebuke to those who revered only beauty. Rangers and bards are found among his worshipers. He created his holy symbol itself; it was flawed, a crude thing of mere bronze, but he wore it as a rebuke to those who revered only beauty. Justice and freedom are brought about through charity, modesty, and perseverance (because those are totally solar-related). The Morninglord believed that his efforts went so wrong because of the interference of agents of Shar, and secretly began working on a second … Pelorians believe that the life-giving sun is the best cure for all of Oerth's ills. This day, also known as the Holy Day of Pelor, takes place on Richfest 4, the day of the Summer Solstice. Edit. This page was marked as abandoned on 10:03, 3 October 2019 (MDT) because: WIP since 2016. For example, a halfling druid might have a speed of 25 feet and the Lucky trait. He appears as an older but regal human man with a golden hair and beard, which he allows to grow long and wild, and clad in shining white robes. There are many easy ways to customize the NPCs. Shortbow: Ranged Weapon Attack: +4 to hit, range 80/320 ft He rides a mighty ki-rin named Star Thought, summoning eagles and destroying evil with bolts of light. Pelor is friendly to good-aligned nonhuman deities such as Corellon Larethian, Moradin, and Garl Glittergold, and is especially friendly to those with an agricultural or solar aspect, as Yondalla has. Pelor's other allies include Heironeous, Saint Cuthbert, Pholtus, Trithereon, and Zodal. His bards goal in life is essentially to bring the gods down from power so that no one holds ultimate power in the world (Forgotten Realms) I'm thinking of using some sort of mcguffin object to take power from a god that he can use. Both can be found, with description and domain spell breakdowns, in The Complete Divine. Weddings and rites of passage often take place at the beginning of a new season. The patron of good-aligned drow and those of that race who wish to live in the Realms Above in peace, Eilistraee (eil-iss-tray-yee) is a melancholy, moody deity. Unfortunately, it turned out that the Living Gate was guarding a huge breach into the Far Realm, and when they subverted it, they let the aberration hordes pour forth.