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Godkeeping: Dungeon Mastering in Theros

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Make the most of your myths! For any dungeon master thinking about starting a Theros campaign, or simply enticed by the concept, there are many things to muse about. How do you get a party of larger than life heroes to get along? How do I make the setting my own? How well do the most well-worn tropes of Western litterature translate to adventure roleplay?

This supplement contains tips and suggestions for approaching mythical storytelling and using the genre to its full potential. It includes random tables for everything from Reasons for War to Dramatic Irony, as well as 210 reasons for the gods to fight each other. In addition, it includes suggested pieces of lore to make Theros bigger, giving the heroes more map to explore and more reasons to take to the sea to see what lies beyond. It's the thing you don't show your players to make sure they are kept constantly at awe at your inventive plot hooks and imaginative storytelling.

Included is:

Greater Theros - a continent of sea trade and conflicts, including pirates and the Triton River Kingdoms.

A reinterpretation of Mogis and the Minotaurs.

Divine and mundane tensions and conflicts in Theros, to make the setting dynamic.

A deep-dive into bringing mythical narratives to your table.

A suggested campaign structure leading you through long-form storytelling in Theros.

 
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