Anahita (3.5e Deity)

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Anahita[edit]

Intermediate Deity
Symbol: A cornucopia set upon a maple leaf
Home Plane: Beastlands (Krigala)
Alignment: Neutral Good
Portfolio: Harvests, Comfort, Beauty, and Nature.
Clergy Alignments: Neutral Good, Lawful Good, Chaotic Good, and True Neutral.
Domains: Good, Earth, Healing, Plant, Protection, Sun
Favored Weapon: Sickle

The goddess of the harvest is a benevolent nature goddess that gives her blessings to farmers and tends to gardens both artificial and natural. She appears as a stunningly beautiful dryad whose lower body is that of a centaur, and whose hair is composed of living leaves and vines. She is known for her mighty horn, whose bellow creates fortune and prosperity in all those that hear it.

Anahita is a god of the Nibiru Pantheon.

Dogma[edit]

Treat nature with respect and your kindness will be rewarded. Her followers are the environmentalists of the world who try to find ways of man and nature to live in harmony, and benefit each other.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Farmers are the number one followers of Anahita, followed by Rangers and Druids. Many farming communities have a open-air "temple" with a large cornucopia to blow through. Come planting and harvest season, the faithful would blow the horn so the entire town may hear, announcing a time of prosperity. Her temples are composed of natural materials and crafted into wonderful, if simple, beauty.



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