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Pantheons III: Gods of the Infinite Dream

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Enter the dream of dreams with the next installment of the Pantheons series. In this volume, you are introduced to the Vedic pantheon, the heavily syncretized family of deities at home in the lands of one of the oldest civilizations in the world. Thanks to the rules found in Beyond CR 30, these monsters pack more than a punch! Only the mightiest and best-geared of parties have the slimmest chance of victory over these god-tier monsters. From the bloody CR 31 Raktavija to the dreaming CR 35 Vishnu, this supplement is more than a match for most parties! 

Here’s what you get:

  • An overview of the Vedic pantheon, a dense and layered hierarchy of deities resulting from overlapping cultures in the rich riverlands of the ancient Indus people.

  • Four new cleric subclasses: the Blood, Creation, Dream, and Music domains.

  • Five new super-epic monsters:

    • Raktavija (CR 31)

    • Saraswati (CR 32)

    • Agni (CR 33)

    • Kali (CR 34)

    • Vishnu (CR 35)

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