Abyzol (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||An inverted cross with an X inside a ring at the intersection of the beams.|
|Home Plane:||Ever-Changing Chaos of Limbo|
|Portfolio:||Chaos, discord, revelry|
|Clergy Alignments:||Chaotic Good, Chaotic Evil, True Neutral|
|Domains:||Chaos, Luck, Destruction|
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The embodiment of pure chaos that lives in the depths of Limbo, Abyzol spends his immortal days engaged in revelry with all who come near to him. Not even the disciplined githzerai can resist his influence, and chaotic creatures such as slaadi join in with gusto. Abyzol's appearance is that of a well-built man without a shirt, his disheveled brown hair and beard stained with wine. He wears long pants also with the evidence of spilled wine as his only clothing. It is said that if one listens hard enough, one can hear his laughter in the roiling chaos of Limbo.
Abyzol's teachings are simple - live every day to the fullest and enjoy life as much as one can. It is a fitting dogma for a god who represents the chaos within mortal hearts.
 Clergy and Temples
The clergy of Abyzol, called Revelers, spend their days feasting and partying from dusk till dawn. Their temples are usually nothing more than giant party houses that welcome any with the wish to enjoy themselves, and as a result are usually looked down upon by those who do not partake of their festivities.