Avo (3.5e Deity)

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Greater Deity
Symbol: A blinding white light clearing out even the most darkest of holes
Home Plane: The Plane of Valor
Alignment: Lawful Good
Portfolio: He generally oversees honor and good.
Clergy Alignments: Lawful/any non-evil,(if neutral you must be closer to good than evil)
Domains: Law, Good, Honor, Valor, Healing
Favored Weapon: Collasal Longsword
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Avo is about as tall as a normal man. He has a noble aura about him as if he were a paladin of Heironeous. He has good looks and even better posture. He is well mannered and respectful to his "elders" no matter what plane he is currently on. He is also constantly testing his followers by appearing as a lowly street urchin and he tries to see if they will get angered at him or try to strike rather than show good morals.

Dogma[edit]

Avo's followers would mostly encourage honesty and respect and to follow all laws and show kindness and to be undescriminating no matter what they are or however rude and threatening they are to them. But, if they are doing that to another innocent they will take action. they also praise being humble. They would discourage lieing, theiving, murder and all around evil and chaotic acts.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Avo usually has more paladins rather than clerics. But, a few wizards, sorcerers and others have been known to frequent his temples. His temples are usually of a plane old chapel set in a dense forest. His temples are nothing to look at from the outside, they are generally plane old wood building with white paint. On the inside, however, the walls are usually solid gold. Also they fill any who choose to enter with healing magics and the feeling of kindness. He has been known to bestow the gift of youth on his greatest followers.



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