First Edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons™ Character Creation
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AD&D Deities: Bugbears
Bugbears have a pantheon of their own; generally, these are worshipped only by bugbears. There are only a few deities, and no authority structure between them.
Hruggek may be a lesser god, but this chaotic evil god of battle is the most powerful and important of the bunch--but certainly not the ruler. Clerics sacrifice the blood of enemies.
There are said to be gods of earth, death, fertility, hunting, and fear, but these are neither named nor described.
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The Multiverser Information Center
The complexity of creating a D&D character always reminds me of how much simpler it is to play
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Temporal Anomalies in Popular Movies
There are enough time travel films out there now that most of the things which could go wrong in time have been shown on the silver screen. This page applies a new conception of how time works (discussed in the
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