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EILISTRAEE, Lady of the Dance ✧ Forgotten Realms 5e
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EILISTRAEE, Lady of the Dance ✧ Forgotten Realms 5e

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This is a lore pamphlet for players that play clerics, paladins, or worshippers of Eilistraee, goddess of dance, song, beauty, swordwork, hunting, and good drow in the Forgotten Realms. Updated to post-Sundering status quo.

A compilation of lore based on established canon lore published across all editions of Dungeons & Dragons, combined with non-canon gap fillers.

This document contains the following:

 • a poem for Eilistraee worshippers

 • lore about Eilistraee and her exarchs

 • lore about Eilistraee's realm

 • the tenets of Eilistraee's faith

 • lore about the clergy of Eilistraee

 • two special feats for clerics and paladins that worship Eilistraee

 • two signature magic spells for clerics and paladins that worship Eilistraee

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Johnny T December 29, 2017 12:58 am UTC
Updated to v1.4, as part of my work on making the Selune pamphlet. Every time I complete a pamphlet, existing pamphlets may also be updated to complement the details explored in the new work.

v1.4 NOTE:
Added entries to Divine Allies for Selune.
Added entries to Divine Enemies for Shar.
Added paragraphs of text for the relationships with Selune and Shar.
Fixed (?) a formatting snafu.
Added Update Log to pamphlet.

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Jason S May 12, 2017 8:35 pm UTC
On Page 8 v1.3 for the spell Blessing of the sword dance, it says "At the completion of the spell’s casting, the weapon gains the following properties until the spell ends", but it doesnt list the properties it gains?? Did I miss something?
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Jason S May 12, 2017 9:10 pm UTC
Oh ignore that.. I see how the page was laid out.. Its all good, I see the info now..
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Johnny T March 08, 2017 9:57 am UTC
Mystra is the next planned deity for my channel, followed by Lathander and Selune. If I can finish 1 or 2 a month, I should have a pretty sizable chunk of the FR deities updated by the end of the year.
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Nicola V December 28, 2017 9:19 pm UTC
Will you be doing one of these for Vhaeraun?
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Johnny T December 28, 2017 11:14 pm UTC
I'm strongly considering it sooner than later, since he would have undergone a significant change, possibly even an alignment shift, from the experience that ended his hatred for his sister. The SCAG lists Vhaeraun as Chaotic Evil, but the SCAG writer in charge of the chart and the small section on Drow deities may not have taken consideration of what happened in the novel literature.

There's also the matter of their faithful having been merged as one for a while, and many relationships having been formed.

It wouldn't be out of the question for Corellon to create a new place for his son in Arvandor, in recognition of Vhaeraun being freed from much of the darkness that corrupted his heart.
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Johnny T December 29, 2017 12:58 am UTC
I just updated the pamphlet to v1.4, adding entries for relationships with Selune and Shar.
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Tommaso S March 08, 2017 1:47 am UTC
Really nice work. I'd give a rating, but I've been encountering a bug that prevents me from rating products on the DMguild (if I purchase something--and I did support this pamphlet--it tells me "you must buy this to rate it" :/ )
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Johnny T March 08, 2017 1:52 am UTC
Thank you!

I think the rating bug might have something to do with browser compatibility on the site. Somebody told me that they were able to rate something after waiting like a day or two. I'm not sure about any of that though. Software isn't my specialty. :P

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Tommaso S March 08, 2017 4:36 pm UTC
Yes, it was a matter of time. Now I'm able to rate it.
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