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The Babylonian, Finnish, nonhuman, and Sumerian content were removed to allow room for expansion of the remaining mythoi. This work re-introduced detailed information on the deities of several non-human pantheons. Before third edition, there was no Core Setting, so the distinctions above are not as clear-cut. For the most part, materials which did not specify a setting were assumed to be at least compatible with the World of Greyhawk if not outright parts of the canon. As such, those prior materials are covered in the setting-specific lists of deities. The book Monster Mythology , however, was considered to be canon for core materials for the gods of non-human races in second edition. Like in e.
Although the Greyhawk campaign world, when it was merely a home game, started with no specific gods, the value of having deities available for both players and game plot purposes was quickly realized. The number of deities has varied with each version of the campaign world that has been published, but for many years numbered a few dozen. It has only been since that the number of gods increased dramatically to almost , due to the volume of newly published material that was subsequently integrated into the campaign world. However, when Gygax started to build his own campaign world called Greyhawk, one facet of culture that he did not address was organized religion. Since his campaign was largely built around the needs of lower-level characters, he didn't think specific deities were necessary, since direct interaction between a god and a low-level character was very unlikely. Some of his players took matters into their own hands, calling upon Norse or Greek gods such as Odin or Zeus , or even Conan's Crom in times of dire need.
Additionally, all deities of demigod rank or higher are immortal, can only be slain by a god of higher rank, automatically gain initiative vs mortals, can teleport at will, can understand all and speak any language, and can cast any spell of any level. However, they cannot enter the Prime Material Plane due to the great focus of divine attention that plane receives. In this edition, only extremely powerful deities qualify for "greater god" status. For example, Odin is a greater god, but Thor is now only an intermediate god.
Сьюзан должна была признать, что прозвучало это довольно убедительно. У Танкадо не было причин подозревать, что код в Интернете не является оригиналом. Никто не имел к нему доступа, кроме него самого и Северной Дакоты. Если бы Танкадо не вернулся к анализу программы после ее выпуска свет, он ничего бы не узнал про этот черный ход.
Нет. Только мы трое.
Стратмор сжимал ее все сильнее. - Останься со мной, Сьюзан. Ты нужна .
Что-что. - Как это тебе нравится. Он аккуратно размазал приправу кончиком салфетки. - Что за отчет.
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