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Deities and Demigods is an accessory for the 3rd-edition of Dungeons & Dragons® ruleset.

Source of All Divine Power

The names of Pelor, Loki, Athena, Osiris, and their kind are invoked by the devout as well as the desperate. With abilities that reach nearly beyond the scope of mortal imagination, the splendor of the gods humbles even the greatest of heroes.

This supplement for the D&D game provides everything you need to create and call upon the most powerful beings in your campaign. Included are descriptions and statistics for over seventy gods from four fully detailed pantheons. Along with suggestions for creating your own gods, Deities and Demigods also includes information on advancing characters to godhood.


  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: Deities in Your Game
  • Chapter 2: Deities Defined
  • Chapter 3: The D&D Pantheon
  • Chapter 4: The Olympian Pantheon
  • Chapter 5: The Pharaonic Pantheon
  • Chapter 6: The Asgardian Pantheon
  • Chapter 7: Other Religions
  • Appendix 1: Domains and Spells
  • Appendix 2: Divine Ascension



minion of Set


Fugue Plane
City of Judgment





  • Designers: Rich Redman, Skip Williams, James Wyatt
  • Editors: Michele Carter, David Noonan
  • Creative Director: Ed Stark
  • Managing Editor: Kim Mohan
  • Vice President of RPG R&D: Bill Slavicsek
  • Vice President of Publishing: Mary Kirchoff
  • Business Manager: Anthony Valterra
  • Project Manager: Martin Durham
  • Production Manager: Chas Delong
  • Art Director: Dawn Murin
  • Cover Illustration: Sam Wood
  • Interior Illustrations: Kyle Anderson, Glen Angus, Matt Cavotta, Dennis Cramer, Tony DiTerlizzi, Jeff Easley, Donato Giancola, Lars Grant-West, Rebecca Guay, Matt Mitchell, Eric Peterson, Wayne Reynolds, Darrell Riche, Richard Sardinha, Brian Snoddy, Justin Norman, Arnie Swekel, Sam Wood
  • Graphic Designers: Dee Barnett, Cynthia Fliege, Sherry Floyd, Sean Glenn
  • Cartographer: Todd Gamble
  • Typesetting: Erin Dorries


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