pantheon Archive

  • Veranthea Codex: Radical Pantheon The massive first expansion for Veranthea clocks in at a whopping 100 pages (for this price-point!), 1 page front cover,1 page editorial/ToC, 1 page advertisement, 1 page SRD, leaving us with 96 pages of content – quite a lot, so let’s get to it!   Veranthea Codex is a truly massive book – and still, there are a lot of components that simply, by virtue of their unique ideas, deserved more coverage. Well, this would be the first book doing just that. If you require a brief one-sentence summary – think of this as the setting’s Inner Sea Gods…though, admittedly, the focus is somewhat different.   In the first chapter, we get information on the respective […]

    Veranthea Codex: Radical Pantheon

    Veranthea Codex: Radical Pantheon The massive first expansion for Veranthea clocks in at a whopping 100 pages (for this price-point!), 1 page front cover,1 page editorial/ToC, 1 page advertisement, 1 page SRD, leaving us with 96 pages of content – quite a lot, so let’s get to it!   Veranthea Codex is a truly massive book – and still, there are a lot of components that simply, by virtue of their unique ideas, deserved more coverage. Well, this would be the first book doing just that. If you require a brief one-sentence summary – think of this as the setting’s Inner Sea Gods…though, admittedly, the focus is somewhat different.   In the first chapter, we get information on the respective […]

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  • The Secrets of the Divine: Pantheon, Love, Sky & Wright (Revised Edition) This massive pdf is 36 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page SRD and 2 pages of advertisement, leaving us with 31 pages of content, so let’s take a look, shall we?   So if you’ve been following Rite Publishing’s releases for some years like I have, you probably will have to have noticed by now the implicit setting of the books, Steven D. Russell’s much-anticipated Magnum Opus Questhaven. This supplement constitutes one of the releases that can be considered very much tied to the setting, with us getting an introduction to some of the deities of the setting and their servants. Thus, one […]

    The Secrets of the Divine: Pantheon, Love, Sky & Wright (Revised Edition)

    The Secrets of the Divine: Pantheon, Love, Sky & Wright (Revised Edition) This massive pdf is 36 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page SRD and 2 pages of advertisement, leaving us with 31 pages of content, so let’s take a look, shall we?   So if you’ve been following Rite Publishing’s releases for some years like I have, you probably will have to have noticed by now the implicit setting of the books, Steven D. Russell’s much-anticipated Magnum Opus Questhaven. This supplement constitutes one of the releases that can be considered very much tied to the setting, with us getting an introduction to some of the deities of the setting and their servants. Thus, one […]

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  • Today I’m going to take a look at Purple Duck Games’ excellent collection of deities,   The Gods of Porphyra This pdf is 45 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 2 pages of SRD and 1 page advertisement, leaving 40 pages of content – quite a bunch for this new pantheon, so let’s check out these gods! Porphyra, until recently, as the aptly written introduction tells us, was a world without gods – and then elves and orcs united and saw their world almost torn asunder by the arrival of gods and the integration of the respective divinity’s domains. That’s about the general gist on the fluff-side. Beyond that, this pdf is also the open faith project, […]

    The Gods of Porphyra (aka Open Faiths Proect)

    Today I’m going to take a look at Purple Duck Games’ excellent collection of deities,   The Gods of Porphyra This pdf is 45 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 2 pages of SRD and 1 page advertisement, leaving 40 pages of content – quite a bunch for this new pantheon, so let’s check out these gods! Porphyra, until recently, as the aptly written introduction tells us, was a world without gods – and then elves and orcs united and saw their world almost torn asunder by the arrival of gods and the integration of the respective divinity’s domains. That’s about the general gist on the fluff-side. Beyond that, this pdf is also the open faith project, […]

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