Aggran (3.5e Deity)
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Aggran is a deity of the Lore of Arda campaign setting.
|Symbol:||Hammer and Anvil|
|Home Plane:||Outer Plane of Heaven|
|Portfolio:||Blacksmiths and the Forge|
|Clergy Alignments:||Lawful Good, Neutral Good|
|Domains:||Earth, Good, Law, Creation|
Aggran is a god of skilled work and crafts of blacksmiths. He is a straightforward nononsense deity that respects and expects respect for skilled workmanship. Aggran expects his follows to live honest and simple lives, he disapproves of dishonesty in any form and also bad workmanship or laziness, he has a particular fondness for gems and the dwarven races, although this isn't his portfolio, and he is just as much a human or elven god than a dwarven god of the smith.
Clergy and Temples
Aggran's temples are often created of earthen bricks with plenty of metal work in their construction. There is normally at least one smithy at the sight of any major temple to Aggran. In some locations this deity's temple may even be underground. His holy symbol can be found throughout the temple however the temples are generally quite simple and spartan.
Aggran's clergy are all smiths, normally of notable skill, Aggran encourages them to practice their craft just as earnestly as they practice their faith. These clergy often will also be members of craft guilds were they can work for the benifit of their crafts and smithies. Many magical items are often crafted at temples to Aggran due to skill of his clergy and also divine magic that flows in and around the smiths of Aggran's temples.