Gods of Amonkhet in D&D: Kefnet

Kefnet the Mindful. The ibis-headed god Kefnet, who flies above the city of Naktamun on wings of gold that gleam in the sunlight, is aligned with the ideals of blue mana. He upholds principles of self improvement through knowledge, as he believes knowledge to be the greatest weapon a warrior can ever wield. Appropriately, the … Continue reading Gods of Amonkhet in D&D: Kefnet

Gods of Amonkhet in D&D: Oketra

kor-artificer: Oketra the True. The cat-headed god Oketra is Amonkhet’s god aligned with white mana’s ideals, such as protection, order, and, most of all, solidarity. An awe-inspiring figure of these just ideals, encountering Oketra leaves mortals overwhelmed with a feeling of comfort and peace in her presence. Fingers of the God Pharaoh. Oketra refers to … Continue reading Gods of Amonkhet in D&D: Oketra

Gods of Amonkhet in D&D: Oketra

that-other-him: kor-artificer: Oketra the True. The cat-headed god Oketra is Amonkhet’s god aligned with white mana’s ideals, such as protection, order, and, most of all, solidarity. An awe-inspiring figure of these just ideals, encountering Oketra leaves mortals overwhelmed with a feeling of comfort and peace in her presence. Fingers of the God Pharaoh. Oketra refers … Continue reading Gods of Amonkhet in D&D: Oketra

Gods of Amonkhet in D&D: Oketra

thundermawhellkite: kor-artificer: Oketra the True. The cat-headed god Oketra is Amonkhet’s god aligned with white mana’s ideals, such as protection, order, and, most of all, solidarity. An awe-inspiring figure of these just ideals, encountering Oketra leaves mortals overwhelmed with a feeling of comfort and peace in her presence. Fingers of the God Pharaoh. Oketra refers … Continue reading Gods of Amonkhet in D&D: Oketra

Gods of Amonkhet in D&D: Oketra

Oketra the True. The cat-headed god Oketra is Amonkhet’s god aligned with white mana’s ideals, such as protection, order, and, most of all, solidarity. An awe-inspiring figure of these just ideals, encountering Oketra leaves mortals overwhelmed with a feeling of comfort and peace in her presence. Fingers of the God Pharaoh. Oketra refers to her … Continue reading Gods of Amonkhet in D&D: Oketra

The Homebrewery – NaturalCrit

lucianofsamosata: Inspired by @kor-artificer‘s ravnica subclasses, I created a Warlock Patron entry for the one being who we all know as of late. This is great! I’ll have to say I was initially surprised that it’s a Warlock subclass as opposed to Cleric, but I really like what you’ve done with it! The Homebrewery – … Continue reading The Homebrewery – NaturalCrit

Gods of Hour of Devastation in D&D: The Scarab God

A Stolen God. When Nicol Bolas first arrived on Amonkhet, his victory over the gods was swift and brutal. With Amonkhet claimed as his own, Bolas re-purposed the gods to do his bidding. While he kept 5 in Naktamun to run the society he had rebuilt, the other three were kept out of the city … Continue reading Gods of Hour of Devastation in D&D: The Scarab God