Blood of Dragons
Astilabor represents the desire in all dragons to acquire wealth and power. However, she dislikes greed. She cannot abide thievery unless such an act is done in the name of building one’s hoard. Clerics are disuaded from becoming involved in draconic politics and seeks to reward dragons with unusually impressive hoards.
Title(s) Acquisitor, Hoardmistress
Bahamut is the patron of metalic dragons. He embodies and represents strength, power, intelligence, and the wisdom of applying those attributes for the betterment of all creatures. He accepts no excuses for foul deeds. On the other hand, he is very compassionate, and has boundless empathy for the weak and downtrodden. He urges his followers to promote good, but to let people fight their own battles when they can, providing healing, information, or temporary safe refuge rather than fighting alongside those who can fight for themselves.
Bahamut’s own greatest priority is his endless rivalry with his sister Tiamat. He opposes all her schemes, answering them move for move. He values wisdom, knowledge, prophecies, and song. For a dragon, he is neither vain nor greedy.
Title(s) The Platinum Dragon, Lord of the North Wind, Wyrmking
Chronepsis is the dragon deity of Fate, Death, and Judgment. His symbol is an unblinking draconic eye. Chronepsis is truly neutral in all things, dispassionate and unconcerned with the unfolding of events. He observes, but does not act except to guide the spirits of dragons into the afterlife. Chronepsis is said to know the future and how all things will end, but he will not reveal this knowledge to others.
Title(s) The Silent, The Watcher
Garyx, known also as the All-Destroyer and Last Son of Io, is the draconic deity of fire, destruction, and renewal. He is most known for his imprisonment beneath the earth, and his hatred of all the works of his father, who banished him from the Celestial mountains when he slew He Who was the Patron of Gem dragons.
Title(s) Firelord, All-Destroyer, Cleanser of Worlds
Hlal is the dragon deity of humor, games, and storytelling. Her symbol is an open book. Hlal enjoys sharing stories and songs with those who appreciate such things, regardless of the listener’s race or background. She has little use for tyrants, and even less patience for cruelty or bullying. She teaches that one must be free of restraint, whether real or psychological, in order to freely express one’s opinions.
Title(s) The Crafter, The Keeper of Tales
Io is the chief deity worshiped by dragons, god of dragonkind, balance, and peace. He the creator of all things. Io stands for coexistance between dragons, and the continued survival of the world and dragons in particular.
Title(s) The Ninefold Dragon, The Concordant Dragon, The Great Eternal Wheel, Swallower
Lendys is the dragon god of balance and justice. Unlike Chronepsis, who judges dragons after they die, Lendys metes out justice during a dragon’s life.
Title(s) Scale of Justice, The Balancer, Weigher of Lives
Tamara is the dragon goddess of life, light, and mercy.
Tamara is the kindest and most benevolent of the draconic deities. Tamara’s clerics are healers, but also deliverers of death to those who try to escape it. They destroy all undead creatures they encounter, especially draconic undead.
Title(s) Her Beneficence, Her Mercy
Tiamat, is the queen of chromatic dragons and first daughter of Io. She stands for the domination of the world by dragonkind, ambition, and power in all forms. Tiamat is also the eternal rival of her brother Bahamut, ruler of the metallic dragons, and both constantly strive to place their children in supremacy of the earth.
Title(s) The Chromatic Dragon, the Avaricious, the Dragon Queen
Power level Greater
Portfolio Chromatic dragons, reptiles, conquest, greed
He Who Was
He Who Was, was the draconic patron of the gem dragons, before their extinction and his seduction and death at the hands of Garyx. It is said when the Gem dragosn retreated underground, his sorrow made him vulnerable to his jealous brother, who slew him and cast him down below the earth.