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PostPosted: Sat Jan 19, 2019 11:13 pm 
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I have run my first party DCC recently (using The Portal Under The Stars adventure) and I have built a small campaign setting. I just want to know how to do to insert some gods in my little barony. An agriculture or fertility god(ess) would match with my setting. However gods and temples organization seems to be quite different in DCC rules than in AD&D and I feel interrogative about that.

Could you tell me how you do, and perhaps where I'll can find some ressources to help me.

[sorry for my english level... is there people who know breton language or french here ?]

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This has some fun stuff in it:

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I'm not looking for ideas to create Gods (I have a lot of ideas already) but it seems difficult to me to generate the gods I have imaginated with the DCC rules. I can't really see the difference between the Patrons and the Gods. Is there some material to help me to integrate my gods in the DCC rules, I mean some tools, or guideline. For example, how to do with a Fertility / agriculture goddess ? I used to do with AD&D rules but with DCC ones, it's quite different...

Thanks.

[Breton or french speakers welcome]

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baophrat wrote:
I'm not looking for ideas to create Gods (I have a lot of ideas already) but it seems difficult to me to generate the gods I have imaginated with the DCC rules. I can't really see the difference between the Patrons and the Gods. Is there some material to help me to integrate my gods in the DCC rules, I mean some tools, or guideline. For example, how to do with a Fertility / agriculture goddess ? I used to do with AD&D rules but with DCC ones, it's quite different...

Thanks.

[Breton or french speakers welcome]


These two articles may help:

https://ravencrowking.blogspot.com/2012 ... ssics.html

https://ravencrowking.blogspot.com/2015 ... ngeon.html

Minimally, you just have to decide if the gods are Lawful, Chaotic, or Neutral. If the god is also going to be a patron, you should do a patron write up. You can also do special rules for clerics who follow a specific faith. For examples of gods worked up for DCC, see:

* Crawljammer #5: https://dcctreasures.blogspot.com/2016/ ... mer-5.html
* Hubris: https://dcctreasures.blogspot.com/2017/ ... nture.html
* Divinities & Cults Vol I: https://dcctreasures.blogspot.com/2016/ ... cults.html
* Divinities & Cults Vol II: https://dcctreasures.blogspot.com/2017/ ... me-ii.html
* Crawling Under a Broken Moon #11: https://dcctreasures.blogspot.com/2016/ ... on-11.html
* Crawling Under a Broken Moon #12: https://dcctreasures.blogspot.com/2016/ ... on-12.html
* The Crimson Void: https://dcctreasures.blogspot.com/2016/ ... -void.html

Hope this helps!

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Thanks ! It will help I guess.

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baophrat wrote:
Thanks ! It will help I guess.


If you can ask more specific questions, I might be able to offer more support.

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