Entity of the Plane of magic
N, C, G, E
Portfolio: Mage cult consisting of four dragons that represent the elements and a fifth unseen dragon, only mages follow this philosophy, there are no clerics. The pentacle, five petaled rose and five-headed dragon and intertwined snakes are all holy symbols of this group.
Relationships with Other Priesthoods: Since the cult of the Celestial Dragon is not considered a priesthood, they can’t have relationships with other priesthoods. Generally, the cult practices secret rituals in magical towers and schools. Often these mages pass rare or difficult spells amongst themselves.
Lord of the Icy mount
Demi-God of Conterian Dwarves (elemental demigod of water and air)
Portfolio: Cold Winds, Snow, Mountain climbers, navigators
Major Spheres: Astral, Healing, Necromantic, Elemental, Weather, War.
Minor Spheres: Guardian, Protection, Sun, Time.
Requirements for Specialty Priests: CON:18 WIS:15, LN, CN, NG Alignment
Specialty Priest Weapons: Any swords, adzes, picks, hammers and whips
Armor Allowed: None, no shields
Races Allowed: Dwarves, Halfling (Stouts), Humans (When raised in Dwarven areas)
Proficiencies: (Bonus) Mountaineering, Rope Use, Tightrope Walking, Spelunking, Tumbling, Survivial: Arctic
· Turn Undead, 2 levels lower than standard.
· At 3rd Level: Ice storm, once a day
· 5th Level: Immune to cold and cold-based attacks
· 8th Level:100% visibility in even the worst storm
· At 18th level: Cone of Cold and Wall of Ice twice a day.
· 21st level: shapeshift into a white dragon of ancient age with full hit points and abilities when hit points reduced to 0, make wisdom check to become normal again.
Signature Spells: Produce Ice (2X duration and area of effect), Ice Spikes (Improves THAC0 by 4 instead of 2), Crown of Cold (2X duration), Cold Hand (2X damage)
Specialty Priests of Cleren call themselves The Righteous mountaineers. they wear White Clothing and a long rope over their shoulder. The holy symbol of Cleren is a mountaineer's pick. Cleren also has regular clerics, druids and rangers.
Relationships with Other Priesthoods: Cleren’s people tend to be monotheists. There are no other gods, as far as they are concerned. This can create tension between other monotheistic peoples, especially other dwarves.