For comparison, there were 14 Greyhawk-specific deities when the setting The art snippets came from my own Greyhawk webcomic that ran. There is a bug in the domain lists for the deities presented in the Living Greyhawk Gazetteer–some deities don’t have the alignment domains listed for all. Boccob was first detailed for the Dungeons & Dragons game in “The Deities and Demigods of the World of Greyhawk” by Gary Gygax in Dragon.
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List of Greyhawk deities – Wikipedia
I have seen bits of such information e. Well, your best bet is dsities read one of the Greyhawk sourcebooks that covers their deities.
The later From The Ashes boxed set, the Greyhawk Adventures hardback, and the Player’s Guide to Greyhawk that are also available in PDF there also have deity information in them but it’s largely identical information. Canonfire is the most respected Oerth Web site, and they have a wiki of the gods with treyhawk information that does some sourcing of where specific pieces of information are from.
List of Greyhawk deities
The content there is intended to all be canon and not sourced from fan writeups. There’s also a free guide to the GH gods on the now-hidden Living Greyhawk site.
There are some dragon deities, but in Greyhawk there’s no such thing as “the gods and dragons” like that’s some kind of pantheon; deoties are just big critters on Oerth.
There are major dragons of GH named in various places – like here’s a thread that mentions some Draconomicon references to major GH dragons – but they are not spoken of in the same way as even the least of deities.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Where is the greygawk of Greyhawk deities and dragons written? Xxxo 2 9. Print -ish Breyhawk, your best bet is to read one of the Greyhawk sourcebooks that covers their deities. Web Canonfire is the most respected Oerth Web site, and they have a wiki of the gods with more information that does some sourcing of where specific pieces of information are from. I didn’t get the impression from the question that they’re conflating dragons with gods, just looking for both as “super old things”.
Also, much has been written on the origins of standard-colour dragons deitiew other settings, so the origin story of the grey Greyhawk dragons being obviously different raises a question mark. Still rates a different question then.
May as well ask about “the development of gods and terrain features. I have read in an article that Dragons gave some eggs to the immortals and from that eggs the Drakes were born. That is the reason which lead me to write for both gods and dragons.
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