Beowulf (3.5e Deity)
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Monster slayer and fighter of evil, Beowulf was a free roaming nephew to the king of the Geats, but himself was made king of the Danes after killing a great demon and its mother. Beowulf was never actually born the son of a god, but attained the title of demi-god through earthly actions.
Beowulf does not discourage war or fighting in general just so long as it's for the betterment of your brethren. Beowulf encourages a tight bond and sacrifice for your fellow warrior and partners, but does not put a lot of faith in large organizations.
 Clergy and Temples
Beowulf is often worshiped by the Anglo-Saxon warriors who look toward his bravery and strength for guidance, as well as the Bards who still sing of Beowulf's bravery. Any Anglo-Saxon or viking, however, that has heard of his story may be found worshiping him.
His Domains are War, Competition, and Strength