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Learn more about Scribd Membership Home. Much more than documents. Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers. Start Free Trial Cancel anytime. Akrasia Thief of Time. Document Information click to expand document information Description: Akrasia, the Thief of Time, is a deceptive deity. She does not roar or thunder.
She does not lead vast armies. She does not instill terror with a mere glance. Akrasia is a subtle, insidious presence. When she or followers are about, no one action or event cries out for redress, no one injustice inspires the downtrodden.
Still, great deeds are stymied, wondrous projects ruined and bold adventures wasted. Through it all, time passes and the Goddess and her followers grow stronger.
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D&D 3rd ed Akrasia Thief of Time Source Book D20 *FS
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Akrasia: Thief of Time describes itself as being not a scenario, but a vignette sourcebook, for characters of second through twelfth levels. The sourcebook aspect is an examination of the goddess Akrasia and her faith. The vignettes are a series of five individuals, plots and situations associated with the worship of Akrasia. These are designed to be inserted or woven into an existing campaign, or just plain played in between longer sessions of a DM's game. When the gods divided the world between them, she was napping and so arrived late at the meeting. By this time there was nothing left.