First Edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons™ Character Creation
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AD&D Deities:  Giants
  Giants have their own pantheon, and generally each type of giant is connected to one god in that group.  Ettins also adhere to the gods of hill giants.


 Fire Giants generally serve Surtur, of the Norse pantheon.  This lawful evil Lord of the Fire Giants is a lesser god, worshipped by those of his alignment.  He waits to lead the giants to victory at Ragnorak.


 Thrym of the Norse pantheon is patron of the Frost Giants.  Sacrifices to this chaotic evil Lord of the Frost Giants are generally frozen alive.  He, too, will lead his chaotic evil giant worshippers at Ragnorak.  He is a lesser god.


 Grolantor is the lesser god of Hill Giants and Ettins.  The Ettin version of Grolantor has two heads, and worshippers of these two races do not cooperate or like each other.  The primary principle of the creed of this chaotic evil is the persecution of any creature smaller than the chaotic evil worshipper.


 Skoraeus Stonebones, King of the Rock, is the lesser god of Stone Giants.  He and his worshippers are true neutral, and are highly suspicious of both law and chaos.

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