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Vanathor, the Golden Harpist, is Bahamut's advisor and bard, appearing as a gold dragon with a swirl of rainbow colors on his breast.The master of all things musical, Vanathor dwells with the Platinum Dragon in his palace.In many campaign settings, the draconic pantheon of gods consists of the leader Io, and his children Aasterinian, Bahamut, Chronepsis, Faluzure, and Tiamat.Other draconic gods may be present in different campaign settings.He is further detailed and has a stat block in the Draconomicon: Metallic Dragons (2009).Bahamut options for PCs and details of his clergy as an enemy threat are detailed in the articles "Channel Divinity: Bahamut" and "Deities & Demigods: Bahamut" in Dragon #378 (August 2009).The character was introduced to the game in its first supplement, Greyhawk (1975), by Gary Gygax and Rob Kuntz.
Falx Templamut is a very old silver dragon who is Bahamut's grandson. He dwells across the Solnor Ocean from the Flanaess, guarding caves filled with evil forces and beings. Leomar, a former Paladin of Bahamut who is a golden-scaled halfdragon.
They also are emissaries of Bahamut in tasks that don't demand Bahamut's personal attention.
Although powerful, they are not immortal: many gold wyrms in the circle have died, and new gold dragons are chosen to replace them.
The same edition of Dungeons & Dragons that introduced Bahamut also introduced his antithesis, named Tiamat, the Chromatic Dragon and Queen of Evil Dragons, as well as the mother and deity of all evil dragons.
This pairing features prominently in the deity lore of the game, with Tiamat even being featured in the television cartoon adaptation of the game.