Forgotten Deities was a column by Eric L. Boyd published in Polyhedron Newszine. The column focused on lesser-known gods that hadn't yet received a full write-up in other supplements.[1]

Articles[edit | edit source]

Issue Deity Description Citation template
Polyhedron #103 Amaunator Amaunator was the Netherese solar deity of order, the sun, law, and time. [citation template]
Polyhedron #104 Karsus The plight of Karsus the eternal proves even a god can fall on black days. [citation template]
Polyhedron #106 Ibrandul Ibrandul, “God of the Dry Depths,” is one of the greatest reasons to be afraid of the Underdark. [citation template]
Polyhedron #107 Moander Moander the Darkbringer met its match in Finder Wyvernspur—or did it? [citation template]
Polyhedron #108 Sebek Sebek, Lord of the Werecrocodiles. [citation template]
Polyhedron #109 Sharess Sometimes you need a little Sharess, sometimes you need a lot... [citation template]
Polyhedron #110 Deep Duerra Deep Duerra, the duergar queen. [citation template]
Polyhedron #111 Grond Peaksmasher Grond Peaksmasher is worshiped by the firbolgs of the Moonshae Isles. [citation template]
Polyhedron #112 Selvetarm Selvetarm, Champion of Lolth. [citation template]
Polyhedron #113 Shiallia Shiallia, goddess of the High Forest. [citation template]
Polyhedron #114 Ssethh/Vaerae Ssethh/Vaerae, lord of the Yuan-ti. [citation template]
Polyhedron #115 Lurue; Nobanion Nobanion and Lurue, the lion and the unicorn. [citation template]
Polyhedron #116 Malyk Malyk the Dark Mage. [citation template]
Polyhedron #117 Bright Nydra Bright Nydra, moon goddess of the Marsh Drovers. [citation template]
Polyhedron #118 Dendar; Kezef A look at two of the elder elemental evils: Dendar the Night Serpent and Kezef the Chaos Hound. [citation template]
Polyhedron #119 Finder Wyvernspur Finder Wyvernspur, the Nameless Bard. [citation template]
Polyhedron #120 Jergal Jergal, Lord of the End of Everything. [citation template]
Polyhedron #121 Gargauth Gargauth, the Lord Who Watches. [citation template]

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Eric L. Boyd (January 1995). “Forgotten Deities: Amaunator”. In Jean Rabe ed. Polyhedron #103 (TSR, Inc.), p. 7–9.

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