From: "Marc-Tizoc González"
I agree. Al'Akbar as a righteous war / sun god, and Azor'alq as the noble paladin / fakir (is that the right word?).
LGJ 3 described Azor'alq (formerly of Pinnacles fame) and connected him in very interesting ways to Al'Akbar and the Bakluni struggle against evil / darkness.
"Vest III, Robert W"
I think Al'Akbar &/or Azor'alq are probably the closest thing the Baklunish have to war gods.
Bastard Greyhawk: http://homepages.ius.edu/rvest/Greyhawk.html
Age of Worms: http://www.ghoulgamers.com/viewforum.php?f=73
Greyhawk on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Greyhawk
From: Basiliv [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2007 10:36 PM
Subject: Re: [greytalk] Looking for a Bakluni War God
Official info on the Baklunish gods is sparse, so you might want to see what fan material is available.
But you can get just about everything officially available about them by consulting 2 sources:
1) The Living Greyhawk Gazetteer: This has a write-up of all of the Baklunish gods of Demigod status or higher. Each write-up is about 4 paragraphs, which is a lot more than many of them had in the past. But what I think is especially useful are the
write-ups of the Bakluni nations, and the religious conflicts add a nice dimension to this small pantheon.
2) Living Greyhawk Journal #3: This one may be questionable by some, as the real write-ups in here are of several Hero-Gods of Greyhawk. Several figures that were little more than names were turned into Hero-Gods, and a few of these are Bakluni in origin. But I mention it because, divine or not, the backgrounds of these figures provide a good addition to the religious conflicts I mentioned above.
Other than that, for official sources you've really just got several write-ups of Istus:
Greyhawk Adventures hardback
From The Ashes boxed set
1983 boxed set -- this also has a write-up of Xan Yae
I think that's about it. Hope this helps!
On Tue, 3 Apr 2007 22:39:14 -0400
> I'm looking for information about Baklunish gods.
> Especially a war god if any.
> I know that the Suel got a special writeup at some point... I was
>wondering about the Bakluni.