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It is possible that the name Garyx is based on that of [[Gary Gygax]], the co-creator of the ''Dungeons & Dragons'' game.
 
It is possible that the name Garyx is based on that of [[Gary Gygax]], the co-creator of the ''Dungeons & Dragons'' game.
 
'''Garyx''' is the dragon god of fire, destruction, and renewal.<ref name="DRA2003" /> The deity was introduced in the ''[[Draconomicon#2nd Edition|Draconomicon]]'' supplement released in 1990 by [[TSR, Inc.|TSR]].
 
 
Garyx symbolizes the sheer power and destructive force of Dragonkind and has gold scales that sometimes shimmer as red. Some argue that Garyx is actually insane.<ref name="DRA2003" />
 
 
Garyx pays little or no attention to his clerics and worshippers, but they do not care.<ref name="DRA2003" /> Some druids revere the renewing aspect of Garyx, knowing that devastation is necessary for rejuvenation to occur.<ref name="DRA2003" />
 
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
*Collins, Andy, [[Skip Williams]], and [[James Wyatt (game designer)|James Wyatt]]. ''[[Draconomicon]]'' ([[Wizards of the Coast]], 2003).
 
*Collins, Andy, [[Skip Williams]], and [[James Wyatt (game designer)|James Wyatt]]. ''[[Draconomicon]]'' ([[Wizards of the Coast]], 2003).
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[[Category:Draconic deities]]
 
[[Category:Draconic deities]]
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