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Aliases The Brawler
Alignment Chaotic Good/Chaotic Neutral
Divine Rank Intermediate Deity
Pantheon Oerth (Suloise), Dawn War
Portfolio Strength, Athletics, Sports, Brawling, Courage
Domains 3E: Chaos, Good, Luck, Strength
5E: Tempest, War
Home Plane Great Wheel: Hall of the Valiant (Ysgard)
World Axis: Celestia
Worshippers Barbarians, Fighters, Rogues, Athletes, the swole
Favoured Weapon Kelmar (Greatsword), his 24" pythons

In the Dungeons and Dragons role-playing game, Kord is a chaotic good deity of sports, strength, and brawling who popped up first in the setting of World of Greyhawk. He is part of the Suel pantheon. He has existed from 1st edition AD&D onwards, but as of 4th edition he is listed as unaligned. He would most likely be into watching NFL or rugby and running the annual triathlon... simultaneously. His activities are so athletic that most neckbeards have a heart attack if they even think about it. He is called "Kord the Brawler," so this makes him a bit more kickass and appeals to fighters or clerics who want to punch things, eat meat, and generally act like Ron Perlman. Also notable is Kord's large, luxurious beard - not relegated simply to his neck - that makes him somewhat resemble a Dorf. For his personality, think mid-80's Hulk Hogan: bombastic do-gooder eager to be a good role model for the kids but willing to punch evil in the face.

The human deities of Greyhawk
Lawful Neutral Chaotic
Good Al'Akbar - Allitur - Delleb - Fortubo
Heironeous - Jascar - Kundo
Mayaheine - Merikka - Murlynd
Pholtus - Rao - Ulaa
Atroa - Azor'alq - Berei - Ehlonna - Heward
Johydee - Keoghtom - Lydia - Myhriss
Nola - Pelor - Urbanus - Uvot - Valarian - Zodal
Dalt - Kord - Lirr - Phaulkon
Phyton - Sotillion - Trithereon
Vogan - Wenta
Neutral Cyndor - Daern - Katay - Lendor
Osprem - Quetzalcoatl - Saint Cuthbert
Stern Alia - Stratis - Tsolorandril
Vathris - Wee Jas - Zilchus
Beory - Bleredd - Boccob - Bralm - Breeka
Celestian - Daoud - Fharlanghn - Geshtai - Istus
Joramy - Kelanen - Mouqol - Nazarn - Obad-Hai
Tlazoteotl - Velnius - Xan Yae - Xanag - Xerbo - Zuoken
Berna - Hurakon - Kurell - Kuroth
Llerg - Norebo - Olidammara
Procan - Ralishaz - Rudd
Telchur - Vatun - Zagyg
Evil Asmodeus - Chitza-Atlan
Earth Dragon - Hextor - Mictlantecuhtli
Scahrossar - Tlaloc - Zarus
Damaran - Incabulos - Kyuss
Meyanok - Nerull - Pyremius - Syrul
Tharizdun - Vara - Vecna
Beltar - Camazotz - Erythnul
Huhueteotl - Iuz
Karaan - Tezcatlipoca
The deities of 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons
Lawful Neutral Chaotic
Good Bahamut
Haramathur - Moradin
Amoth - Lakal
Nusemnee - Pelor
Avandra - Corellon
Neutral Erathis - Raven Queen
Aurom - Io - Ioun
Kord - Laeris
Evil Asmodeus
Bane - Tiamat
Nerull - Torog - Vecna Gruumsh - Khala - Lolth
Tharizdun - Zehir
The Deities of Exandria
Lawful Neutral Chaotic
Good Bahamut - Moradin
Pelor - Raei
Avandra - Corellon
Neutral Erathis
Raven Queen
Ioun - The Luxon
Ceratos - Kord
Quajath - The Traveler
Evil Asmodeus - Bane
Desirat - Tiamat
Arms of the Betrayers
The Hag Mother
Torog - Uk'otoa
Vecna - Vesh
Gruumsh - Lolth
Tharizdun - Zehir