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All of Astilabor's followers are neutral in some some aspect of their alignment. She discourages her clerics from becoming involved in draconic politics and seeks to reward dragons with unusually impressive hoards.
 
All of Astilabor's followers are neutral in some some aspect of their alignment. She discourages her clerics from becoming involved in draconic politics and seeks to reward dragons with unusually impressive hoards.
   
==References==
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==Astilabor==
*Collins, Andy, [[Skip Williams]], and [[James Wyatt (game designer)|James Wyatt]]. ''[[Draconomicon]]'' ([[Wizards of the Coast]], 2003).
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In the ''[[Dungeons & Dragons]]'' role-playing game, '''Astilabor''' (As-TIL-uh-bore<ref name="DRA1990">[[Nigel Findley|Findley, Nigel]], [[Christopher Kubasik]], [[Carl Sargent]], [[John Terra]], and [[William Tracy (game designer)|William Tracy]]. ''Draconomicon'' (TSR, 1990).</ref>) is the [[Dragon (Dungeons & Dragons)|dragon]] deity of hoards.<ref name="DRA2003">[[Andy Collins (game designer)|Collins, Andy]], [[Skip Williams]], and [[James Wyatt (game designer)|James Wyatt]]. ''[[Draconomicon]]'' ([[Wizards of the Coast]], 2003).</ref>
   
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In the game, Astilabor represents the desire in all dragons to acquire wealth and power. However, she dislikes greed. She cannot abide thievery unless such an act is done in the name of building one's hoard. All of her followers are neutral in some aspect of their alignment.<ref name="DRA2003" /> She discourages her clerics from becoming involved in draconic politics and seeks to reward dragons with unusually impressive hoards.
   
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==References==
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*Collins, Andy, [[Skip Williams]], and [[James Wyatt (game designer)|James Wyatt]]. ''[[Draconomicon]]'' ([[Wizards of the Coast]], 2003).
 
[[Category:Draconic deities]]
 
[[Category:Draconic deities]]

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In the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, Astilabor is the dragon deity of hoards.

Astilabor represents the desire in all dragons to acquire wealth and power. However, she dislikes greed. She cannot abide thievery unless such an act is done in the name of building one's hoard.

WorshippersEdit

All of Astilabor's followers are neutral in some some aspect of their alignment. She discourages her clerics from becoming involved in draconic politics and seeks to reward dragons with unusually impressive hoards.

AstilaborEdit

In the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, Astilabor (As-TIL-uh-bore[1]) is the dragon deity of hoards.[2]

In the game, Astilabor represents the desire in all dragons to acquire wealth and power. However, she dislikes greed. She cannot abide thievery unless such an act is done in the name of building one's hoard. All of her followers are neutral in some aspect of their alignment.[2] She discourages her clerics from becoming involved in draconic politics and seeks to reward dragons with unusually impressive hoards.

ReferencesEdit


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