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OSH Pantheon: Canticles of Green

Believe it or not, this is the 18th god in the pantheon; along with the Unknown God(s) talent list, now you can roll 2d10 to randomize. That’s pretty cool! Check out the collection of all these deities as well as … Continue reading

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OSH Pantheon: Canticles of the Heart.

Well they can’t all be gods of oblivion, death, deceit, and wounds. Here’s a more upbeat deity that could still provide some fantastic good guys OR bad guys for your campaign. I give you Inspyria, Deity of the Heart! Canticles … Continue reading

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OSH Pantheon: Canticles of Chitin

Kytanlisk, God of Bugs! Insects are kind of terrifying. This is a very dangerous set of talents for a kind of terrifying group of worshipers; while there could be good guys, properly treated, these could be wicked cool bad guys. … Continue reading

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OSH Pantheon: Canticles of the Hunt

Another goddess popular with the more vengeful or cowardly adventurers, she manages to work both sides of the fence. Whether you are chasing or chased, pray to her, and maybe she’ll help you with your situation. Or not. Canticles of … Continue reading

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OSH Pantheon: Canticles of Travel

A god of travel is a good one for rogues and adventurers, because sooner or later you’re going to be stuck somewhere you don’t want to be, and willing to risk death to get out. In fact, most adventurers were … Continue reading

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OSH Pantheon: Canticles of Time

I have focused on mostly gods that are different from the usual fantasy fare; even when they cover the same sorts of topics, they have a unique twist. Here is a goddess of time. Again, great to be a good … Continue reading

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“Portable Pantheon 2012” is released!

Fictive’s Portable Pantheon 2012 Hooray!I give to you, the Internet and its denizens, a book of 18 exciting gods, and a way to represent other methods of divine intervention in the world. Also included is a way to make religious … Continue reading

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