Rob, should Bastion of Faith be added to the bib info in regards to Ferrante or is it mentioned in one of the other sources? Smillan 31 21:49, 7 August 2007 (PDT)
- Ferrante is mentioned in the Dragon article by SKR, but it doesn't mention Ferrante's true nature, IIRC. BoF probably should be added to the bib, though, since it heavily covers Heironeous.--Robbastard 00:18, 13 August 2007 (EDT)
Although deceased, Stratis is the one who sets the Godwar in motion. Without Stratis, there isn't much of a reason for the Chainmail factions to fight.
So, I was going through Heironean stuff to try and write an episode of my home campaign ... and I was looking up avery reference that I could find. I was pretty sure that the Chalice was connected to him and everything, but in the section on the Chalice ... "The masters of the order, the Lightning Councilors, know that the Chalice of Heironeous is actually the daughter of Heironeous, a young goddess-angel kidnapped by Hextor and given over to Dispater in order to shirk responsibility for his deed. The Order of the Chalice was founded a thousand years ago in order to find a way to rescue the Chalice and reunite her with her father. "
"DiVinci Code" anyone? Really? I'm looking at all of the references on the bibliography, but the references aren't footnoted, so I can't figure out what comes from where. Is this canon? (Which, I can't imagine that it would be here if it weren't.) ... and so, where is this from?
- The Order of the Chalice is described in Champions of the Faith, Complete Warrior, and the 3rd edition Player's Handbook II. It's "core" 3rd edition canon; whether or not this makes it Greyhawk canon is ultimately up to you. This wiki takes an expansive view of Greyhawk, considering something "canon" if it's been published by the copyright holder without being officially refuted. See Rob's Greyhawk canon essay. Your mileage may vary. Rip 12:20, 6 March 2011 (EST)