Spheres on Krynn

Archived from Sage Advice, Dragon Magazine # 196 (August 1993)

Since you asked, here are my unofficial suggestions for using the Tome Of Magic spheres on Krynn:

Paladine: Major: Law, Wards; Minor: Thought, War

Mishakal: Major: Numbers, Thought; Minor: Travelers, Wards

Majere: Major: Law, Thought; Minor: Time, Wards

Kiri-Jolith: Major: Law, War; Minor: Wards

Habbakuk: Major: Travelers; Minor: Time, War

Branchala: Major: Numbers; Minor: Time, Travelers

Solinari: Major: Thought; Minor: Numbers, Time

Takhisis: Major: Chaos, Time; Minor: War, Wards

Sargonnas: Major: Chaos, Thought; Minor: Numbers, War

Morgion: Major: Time; Minor: Numbers, Thought

Chemosh: Major: Thought; Minor: Time, War

Zeboim: Major: Chaos; Minor: Time, War

Hiddukel: Major: Chaos; Minor: Travelers

Nuitari: Major: Thought, Numbers; Minor: Time

Gilean: Major: Numbers, Time; Minor: Thought, Wards

Sirrion: Major: Chaos; Minor: Numbers

Reorx: Major: Law, War; Minor: Thought, Wards

Chislev: Major: Time; Minor: Chaos

Zivilyn: Major: Thought; Minor: Numbers

Shinare: Major: Travelers; Minor: Law

Lunitari: Major: Thought, Numbers; Minor: Time

Skip Williams

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Skip Williams was the Sage of Dragon Magazine for 18 years. Skip was co-designer of the D&D 3rd Edition game and the chief architect of the Monster Manual. When not devising swift and cruel deaths for player characters, Skip putters in his kitchen or garden (rabbits and deer are not Skip's friends) or works on repairing and improving the century-old farmhouse that he shares with his wife, Penny, and a growing menagerie of pets.
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