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| name = Chronos
| title = Kronus, Karonis
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| title = Kronus, Karonis
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| aspects = Aspect of [[Labelas Enoreth]]
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| refs2e = <ref name="FfC-79">{{Cite book/Four from Cormyr|79}}</ref><ref name="DD-117">{{Cite book/Demihuman Deities|117}}</ref>
 
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'''Chronos''' was an ancient [[deity]], the god of time, ironically, lost to the ages. Religious texts and ancient histories speak of him in passing. He was known to be worshiped by the nation of [[Orva]] but it was unknown how he died. Shrines of Chronos still held power millennia later. Offerings would crumble to dust in mere seconds and in return, the offerer may have received a vision of the past or the future.<ref name="FfC-79" />
   
'''Chronos''' was an ancient [[deity]], the god of time, ironically, lost to the ages. Religious texts and ancient histories speak of him in passing. He was known to be worshiped by the nation of [[Orva]] but it is unknown how he died. Shrines of Chronos still hold power. Offerings will crumble to dust in mere seconds and in return, the offerer may recieve a vision of the past or the future.
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Statues of Chronos depicted him as a tall man in a hooded robe with feathered wings, holding a scythe and an hourglass.<ref name="FfC-79" />
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==History==
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When the [[green elves]] migrated to the [[Yuirwood]], the [[Seldarine]] merged with or absorbed the ancient [[Yuir pantheon|Yuir gods]] and they became aspects of the various members of the elven pantheon. Chronos became an aspect of [[Labelas Enoreth]].<ref name="DD-117" />
   
Statues of Chronos depict him as a tall man in a hooded robe with feathered wings, holding a scythe and an hourglass.
 
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
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[[Category:Yuir pantheon]]
<small>2nd Edition D&D</small>
 
*{{Cite book/Four from Cormyr|79}}
 

Latest revision as of 10:35, November 4, 2016

Chronos was an ancient deity, the god of time, ironically, lost to the ages. Religious texts and ancient histories speak of him in passing. He was known to be worshiped by the nation of Orva but it was unknown how he died. Shrines of Chronos still held power millennia later. Offerings would crumble to dust in mere seconds and in return, the offerer may have received a vision of the past or the future.[1]

Statues of Chronos depicted him as a tall man in a hooded robe with feathered wings, holding a scythe and an hourglass.[1]

HistoryEdit

When the green elves migrated to the Yuirwood, the Seldarine merged with or absorbed the ancient Yuir gods and they became aspects of the various members of the elven pantheon. Chronos became an aspect of Labelas Enoreth.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 John Terra (November 1997). Four from Cormyr. (TSR, Inc), p. 79. ISBN 0-7869-0646-4.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Eric L. Boyd (1998). Demihuman Deities. (Wizards of the Coast), p. 117. ISBN 0-7869-1239-1.
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