Monday, February 17, 2020

Weird Revisited: The Otus Pantheon

This Pantheon first appeared back in 2016.

Blame Chris Kutalik. He did a post back in the day about imagining a pantheon based on Erol Otus's strange evocative illustrations in Deities & Demigods. This is what I came up with:

Click to check it out in its enlarged "glory." The domains provided are for 5th edition.


James V. West said...

Nicely done! I can see a chaotic thief who has a holy symbol for Yazu hidden under their gambeson.

JB said...

Pretty hip, but I’d want to include the fellas Otus depicted on the cover of the DDG in his pantheon as well.
; )

Chris said...

Excellent! Agree the four deities from the front cover of DDG would be a nice addition. The artwork really brings the deities to D&D life.