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             From within the fires of the World-Forge, beings of immense power and knowledge emerged, their flesh made of equal parts starlight and aethera. The greatest and most cunning of these beings struck the Forge with great fury, shattering the adamant into billions of shards, ensuring no other such beings would ever be created. The shards of the World-Forge became the stars and planets, and for an age out of time the First-Forged ruled over an empty and chaotic universe…

             The very heart of all the epic hero-cycles of myth and history was the relationship – and indeed struggle – between Gods and Heroes. Stories passed down through countless generations became legends, and out of these legends the concept of a Hero was forged. He or she was a link between the mortal and the divine, capable of incredible feats of strength, speed, and courage. More often than not, the Hero/Heroine struggled to protect mere mortals from the great titans and monsters of the primeval age – an age when dragons and beasts of terrible wrath and variety walked the lands.

             Every campaign world needs its own myths and legends to truly come alive; fragments of truth hidden within volumes of epic prose and folklore. The following lists contain a great variety of Gods, Heroes, and even some of the Lesser Divine Powers that might rule over, inhabit, or threaten your world. The Gods and Heroes in this supplement are based around a single original fantasy pantheon, and can be adapted to suit your own world and games.


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