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In the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, Garyx is the dragon god of fire, destruction, and renewal. The deity was introduced in The Draconomicon supplement released in 2003 by Wizards of the Coast.

Description

Garyx symbolizes the sheer power and destructive force of dragonkind. Some argue that Garyx is actually insane.[citation needed]

Worshippers

Garyx pays little or no attention to his clerics and worshippers, but they do not care. Some druids revere the renewing aspect of Garyx, knowing that some devastation is always necessary for rejuvenation to occur.

Creative origins

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.[1] The deity was introduced in the Draconomicon supplement released in 1990 by 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.[1]

Garyx pays little or no attention to his clerics and worshippers, but they do not care.[1] Some druids revere the renewing aspect of Garyx, knowing that devastation is necessary for rejuvenation to occur.[1]

References

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