Virtually all dragons revere Io, Chronepsis, and Zorquan. Io’s priesthood is rare, although all dracoforms are his children and he welcomes them all. Similarly, the death of all dracoforms are the realm of Chronepsis, and he may call any of them to his service. Finally, even though all dracoforms may look to Zorquan for guidance and assistance in improving themselves and their skills, Zorquan only accepts true dragons into his service, and his priests will refuse to train unusual dragons (Faerie Dragons, Dracohydras, etc.). Rogue dragons may worship, and become priests of, virtually any deity; for example, a Gold Dragon who becomes hateful of life may turn to Faluzure, or a pyromaniacal Faerie Dragon may turn to Garyx’s faith. Generally, dragons who are only slightly different in alignment (NG rather than CG for example) are just considered odd or strange, while more significantly different (CE rather than CG) are considered true rogues; dragons will react to such rogues in much the same way as they would react to dragons who are normally of that alignment. The following list includes the primary deities dragons would worship, as well as some deities favored by rogues. Those deities bolded are the most common favored deities. Some of the details are likely to change. Read the rest of this entry »
My first article on Wildspace, the Spelljammer Fanzine Blog, is now public. Read more over there…
Another long-term project that’s been backburnered is a spreadsheet of AD&D Second Edition races, both PC and NPC. The goal is get full details on every race that has the capability of taking a class, even if it is rather odd, like dolphins. Since OD&D and 1st Ed are basically the same as 2nd ed., if I found relevant information in them, I added them in. Also, I’ve been planning to add in appropriate information from 3e if it is relevant (height, weight, etc.), but I haven’t gotten around to it. Anyway, one day I’ll get back to this.
If you know of any missing information, please let me know.