I guess something that would start to tip Wizard's hand on how they are going to treat God's, specifically in a book/setting/campaign, where the are on their home turf, and players could potentially be interacting with them. Prior editions went out and provided stats for Avatar's and things like that, which I guess we do see in Fizban's, but if we have a book (Planescape) where we are on the outer planes, I was just curious if they handle them in any detail or, because its Dragonlance, they are just kind of out there, as a loosely defined Pantheon.
They're presented in a similar fashion to gods in other 5e books. Paladine's entry does reveal that he is Fizban, while Gilean's states that Astinus might be his avatar, but otherwise it's all sort of airy fairy. Takhisis doesn't make an appearance in the adventure or anything like that. So no, there are no stats for the gods or their avatars.
I'm sure someone will. I'm equally sure that everyone will disagree about how it should be done.
Is Riverwind a barbarian or a ranger? Does he still have a ludicrous Str and use a shortbow regardless? Tanis is statted up to be a 'balanced' fighter, with 16s in both Str and Dex, rather than a big beefy colossus like Caramon. But in 5th ed, if you're going to be an effective fighter, you've kinda gotta choose either Str or Dex and run with it. If Goldmoon doesn't get an attack cantrip, what does she do in combat, but if she does, why didn't we ever see her use it in the books? What specialisation is Raistlin, and what subclass is Tika?
Tanis is statted up to be a 'balanced' fighter, with 16s in both Str and Dex, rather than a big beefy colossus like Caramon. But in 5th ed, if you're going to be an effective fighter, you've kinda gotta choose either Str or Dex and run with it.