A RuneQuest 3 supplement about the Gods of Glorantha. It contained: A Theyalan Calendar The Prosopaedia. What The Priests Say The Cults Book. supplement Gods of Glorantha, published simultaneously. This book and its companion materials may not be repro- duced whole or in part by any means. Gods of Glorantha: 60 Religions for Runequest on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. CONTENTS: * PROSOPAEDIA: in this book hundreds of.

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Stafford has also explored the Gloranthan setting in the fantasy novel King of Sartar [1] and a number of unfinished works published under the collective name of “the Stafford Library”.

The Love Goddess, from the upcoming Gods of Glorantha. The HeroQuest game system, written by Robin Laws in collaboration with Greg Stafford, is radically different from RuneQuest in that it emphasises narrativist aspects of role-playing; in contrast, RuneQuest emphasised simulationist aspects.

No Web Links Found. Gloranthan Kultit Finnish Version. Gateway to Adventure There is already couple new PDF publications to support the rules set and the rules are close enough to RuneQuest second edition goda be used with the older material. Slayerswas written but never published. Dragon Issue – Apr Glorantha is an exciting world of heroes.

Cults of Terror focused on the worship of evil gods and adversaries, such as Vivamort, a vampire cult, and Lunar and Chaos cults.

A draft of the Ogds 4 rules, called RuneQuest: Chaosium later published other games in the setting, including the critically acclaimed RuneQuest. Ducks or Durulz are large intelligent ducks with arms instead of wings or men cursed with feathers and webbed feet, depending on your point of view.

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Kingdom of HeroesSartar Companion and Pavis: Gods of Glorantha Heroes Volume 1, Number 4. They are chaotic in nature. Gods and Goddesses struggle here, with nations of people nothing but their pawns. In an attempt to leverage the power of a much bigger gaming company, a third edition, RuneQuest 3was published with Avalon Hill in However, other long-term fans felt that the game fit Glorantha far better than RuneQuest.


Uzthe trolls, are the race of darkness, large, intelligent, astoundingly omnivorouswith a very developed sonar -like sense darksense. The world is flat, with a dome-like sky, and it has been shaped in large and small ways by the g,orantha actions of the gods. The world of Glorantha has various cultures analogous to Earth spread over two major landmasses and a widespread archipelago.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Avalon Hill Game Co. Several later editions were made; the second edition “RuneQuest 2” in introduced many sophisticated game aids, such as Cults of Prax gos Cults of Terrorand highly polished campaign packs, such as Griffin Mountain. Also Stafford was at this time publishing material about the history and mythology of Glorantha in non-game form as books such as King of Sartar and The Glorious Re Ascent of Yelm.

Using materials such as Cults of Praxplayers aligned their characters with any of several distinct religions, grounding those characters in the political, cultural, and metaphysical conflicts of Glorantha. Please select a support frequency. In recent years, Gloranthan gaming has been supported by two lines of game systems: Intended for players, gloranthq “What the Priests Say” booklet 20 pages gives the views of some major religions from across Glorantha as related by the appropriate religious figures.

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Periodical Articles Gloarntha Episodes. Latest publication is RuneQuest Roleplaying in Glorantha, published 21 st of september Dwarves are literally made of stone and exist as manifest rigid inflexible laws of creation, while elves are intelligent, mobile plants. Gods of Glorantha Average Rating: Different Worlds Kf 38 – Jan Humans are the dominant race, but other sentient beings abound.

A French language edition was published by Oriflam under license from Chaosium under the name Les Dieux Nomades in Various later editions of RuneQuestthe narrative role-playing game HeroQuest the first edition of which was published as Hero Warsand the video game King of Dragon Pass were also set in Glorantha, as were several prominent fan efforts.


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Hackers and choppers have what they want, while scholars and mythologists have a vast playground of new stories, legends and myths to enjoy. The northern continent of Genertela has a caste society of roughly Vedic type to the west, an autocratic Oriental society to the east and a classical style Bronze Age culture in the center.

The Gloranthan world is characterised by its complex use of mythology, heavily influenced by the universalist approaches of Joseph Campbell and Mircea Eliadeits Howardian ethos, its long and distinctive history as a setting for role-playing games, its community development and expansion, and unusual among early American fantasy role-playing games its relative lack of Tolkienesque influence.

Their societies are matriarchal, and they worship, among others, a goddess of darkness called Kyger Litor, mother of the Trolls, and the more violent and sinister Zorak Zoran. The “Gloranthan Calendar” 12 pages lays out the days of the year with important holy days and sacred times noted for various deities.

Heroes Volume 1, Number 4. Within each metaphysical system, adherents may also compete – such as when theistic worshipers of rival gods battle each other. Familiar nonhuman races, such as elves and dwarves, are distinct from their common, Tolkienesque portrayals.

The ‘historical’ world of Glorantha is in a more or less fallen state, having recovered only partially from a universal battle against Chaos in the mythic Godtime. This page does not exist.