First Edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons™ Character Creation
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AD&D Deities:  Elementals
  Elementals worship their own princes; these generally evil beings are sometimes worshipped outside the elemental planes.


 Cryonax, Prince of Evil Cold Creatures, is neutral evil.  He is connected to the elemental planes of air and water, and draws power from the negative material plane.


 Imix is the Prince of Evil Fire Creatures, notably efreeti and salamanders.  This neutral evil is in conflict with Olhydra.  He lives within the elemental plane of fire.


 Ogremoch is neutral evil.  The Prince of Evil Earth Creatures (xorn, umber hulks, khargra) lives on the elemental plane of earth.


 Olhydra, again neutral evil, is the Princess of Evil Water Creatures (sea hags, water weirds, sahuagin).  She lives on the elemental plane of water.


 Yan-C-Bin, Prince of Evil Aerial Creatures (cloud giants, invisible stalkers, wind walkers), is neutral evil.  He exists on the elemental plane of air.

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