The gods of the Shroud know that names give you power over them. So it is that they are not called by their true names, but instead by their titles within the sacred zodiac. The Silent Sister. The Rider. The Bone Witch. The Shadow Above. The Root. And more… Thirteen gods in all, though their newest member is an upstart, fresh-born of a once-low race now taking its place among the tribes of men.... [click here for more]
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The syrallax rivals the dark elf and aboleth for domination of the subterranean realm. While syrallaces lack the sheer numbers of other races, they make up for it with the impressive stable of minions and thralls they keep and their ability to maximize those forces through superior strategy. Through intimidation and their poisonous gaze, they force others to serve them out of fear.
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In this free PDF, catch a sneak peek at three gods of the Shroud’s 13-god pantheon: the Bone Witch, the Gleaming Eye, and the Pale Wanderer.
You’ll also find new monsters, items, and channel divinity powers inside for immediate use in your Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition game. And keep an eye out for the full Gods of the Shroud PDF, on sale starting on or... [click here for more]