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  • Welcome

    Every campaign gets an Adventure Log, a blog for your adventures! While the wiki is great for organizing your campaign world, it's not the best way to chronicle your adventures. For that purpose, you need a blog! The Adventure Log will allow you to …

  • Home Page

    h1. Welcome to your new campaign! This is your new campaign homepage. The first thing you should do is invite your players. Click on the 'Manage Members' link in the right sidebar and send them an invite to join the campaign. After that,

    Main Page

    Character Creation
    [[CharCreation | Character Creation Guidelines]]
    Player Races
    [[Centaur …

  • Minotaur

    Minotaur are humanoids with the head of a bull. Physical Description Compared to humans, Minotaur are large, muscular creatures. A typical minotaur may be as many as 7 feet tall (not including horns. Both males and females have a pair of …

  • Humans

    Humans are roughly human-like. *Physical Description* Humans' physical features vary. While modern Humans live in a single system, ancient humans were divided into ethnic nations. Skin-tones range from lightly tanned to olive; hair is generally dark …

  • Hermes

    Alignment: Chaotic Good Portfolio: Travel, trade, business, trickery, thievery, oratory, wit, trade Worshipers: Messengers, traders, …

  • Ares

    Alignment: Chaotic Evil Portfolio: War, battle, physical competition, killing Worshipers: Soldiers, guards, athletes ( …

  • Dionysus

    Alignment: Chaotic Neutral Portfolio: Grapes, Wine, Fertility (Males only), Revelry, Celebration, Revelation/Inspiration, Freedom …

  • Aphrodite

    Alignment: Chaotic Good Portfolio: Romantic love, sexual desire, physical beauty Worshipers: Artists, lovers, prostitutes, sailors' wives …

  • DeityAlignment

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  • Centaur

    Centaurs are humanoid, with the lower body of a horse. *Physical Description* Centaur stand taller than Humans or Gorgons, but significantly shorter than Minotaur. Accustomed to long runs over vast countryside, their bodies are toned and muscular …

  • Heracles

    Alignment: Lawful Good Portfolio: Strength, honor, heroism, athletics/sports, male sexuality, …

  • Artemis

    Alignment: Neutral Good Portfolio: Hunting, archery, wilderness, mountains, wild animals, childbirth, girls …

  • Gorgons

    Physical Description For the most part, Gorgons appear as humans. Their skin ranges from a dark copper color to a pale tan; hair is generally dark but may be light brown, and eye colors are generally an intense metallic color. Gorgons live in …

  • Hyperion

    Hyperion is the titan of the various lights in the sky. The sun, moon, and stars are all part of his domain. The Athenian gods Helios and Artemis unseated Hyperion in the Titanomachy. For the most part he is now imprisoned in the stars, but is able …

  • Oceanus

    Oceans represents the deep oceans and rivers. All water is connected, and all of it is connected to Oceanus. Oceanus was dethroned by Poseidon. The two continue to wage their battle: Poseidon controls the shipping lanes and coasts, while Oceanus …

  • CharCreation

    Rolling Stats

    Standard rolling method. Roll 4d6 and throw away the lowest number.

    Races

    The core races for Above Athens are [[Centaur | Centaur]], [[Gorgons | Gorgon]], [[Humans | Human]], and [[Minotaur | Minotaur]]. As …

  • Coeus

    Coeus is the Titan of intellect. He represents rational knowledge, and together with his sister Phoebe, they are the primal font of all knowledge. After the Titanomachy, Coeus was imprisoned in Hades. Rumor has it that went mad there, leaving the god …

  • Phoebe

    Phoebe is the titan of intuition and prophecy. Her brother Coeus and she represent the well-springs of all knowledge. None of the Olympian gods claim to have captured or killed Phoebe; her location after the Titanomachy remains unknown. Phoebe …

  • Theia

    Theiais the Titan of the sun. Theia and Hyperion together represent all the astronomical lights (Theia by day, and Hyperion by night). During the Titanomachy, Theia was captured by Helios, god of the sun. Rather than kill her, Helios forced her to …

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    Lawful Neutral Chaotic
    Evil Ares
    Neutral Dionysus
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