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Piety : Expanded Rules For Divine Intervention


Piety : expanded rules for divine interventions 

The Piety score indicates the attention a creature awakens in a specific deity (or outerworldly entity as in the case of a Warlock). It also measures the synchronicity that can be established with them. As a creature gains a closer connection to these gods or entities, it benefits from a part of their powers and abilities. (8 pages)


  • Determining your Piety score at character creation
  • Awarding a Piety boon
  • Piety Score Modifiers (positive and negative)
  • 10 types of boons 
  • 6 types of woes
  • 39 Gifts 
  • 41 Blessings
  • 8 optional deities with individual description (adapted for the Forgotten Realms setting): Akadi, Dol Dorn, Grumbar, Istishia, Kossuth, Sharess, Skadi, and Uthgar.

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Nicolas C October 03, 2016 3:11 pm UTC
Very interesting material. Curiously, I had come up with the idea of a Piety ability score a year ago and just found out that you coincided with it. Interesting. Have you taken a look at my material on it?
Best, Nicolás.
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