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Storyteller Hero
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Posted - 24 Apr 2019 :  01:27:08  Show Profile  Visit Storyteller Hero's Homepage Send Storyteller Hero a Private Message  Reply with Quote  Delete Topic

TYMORA, Lady of Fortune #10023; Forgotten Realms 5e

Now Available for "Pay What You Want" (customers can write $0.00 in the payment box on the product page to download for free and buy again later if they'd like to support the author).

This is a lore pamphlet for players that play clerics, paladins, or worshippers of Tymora, goddess of good fortune, skill, victory, adventurers, and adventuring in the Forgotten Realms. Updated to post-Sundering status quo.

A compilation of lore based on established canon lore published across all editions of Dungeons & Dragons, combined with non-canon gap fillers.

This is the twelfth in the pamphlet series, with entries for Amaunator/Lathander, Bahamut, Eilistraee, Kelemvor, Mystra, Oghma, Selune, Silvanus, Sune, Tempus, and a Pantheon Primer also available on the author’s channel.

This document contains the following:

• a poem for Tymora worshippers

• lore about Tymora and her exarchs

• lore about Tymora's realm

• the tenets of Tymora's faith

• lore about the clergy of Tymora

• two special feats for clerics and paladins that worship Tymora

• two signature magic spells for clerics and paladins that worship Tymora

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Regar Khorvaen

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Posted - 18 Dec 2019 :  07:54:47  Show Profile Send Regar Khorvaen a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I just bought it and I will read it.
I bought Tempus pamphlet and it was enjoyable.
At first sight, I'm surprised Finder Wyvernspur has become an exarch. I expected a famous bard like him would become Miliil of Liira's exarch.
If a priest especializes in an exarch, does he/she gains any benefit? Like learning the singing skill (for Finder), for example.
I'm not entusiasted about the art. Personaly I think casinos don't fit my renaissance-fantasy idea of the realms.
Perhaps it could be nice having the stats of some famous Tymora priests, like Winefiddle or that drunk guy from the Knights of Myth Drannor.
I think it's nice youmention Kelemvor and Cyric visited Tymora during the Time of Troubles. Cyric was disapointed with meeting the living godess, so he stole the purse of some priests and gave the money to an orphanage. At that point, he wasn't as evil as he will become.
Perhaps you lose the chance to introduce some inner turmoil inside the church. In Faith and Avatars it is mentioned that the Arabel temple considered itself the ruler of the faith, after having hosted the goddess.
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Regar Khorvaen

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Posted - 18 Dec 2019 :  08:06:03  Show Profile Send Regar Khorvaen a Private Message  Reply with Quote
If I could make a suggestion, could the next pamphlet be about Torm or Marthamor Duin? In my current campaign one player is a Torm's paladin and another, a Duin priest.
Thank you and keep doing such great work!
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