Bob God of Randomness (3.5e Deity)
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"What sort of Deity would I be if not a D it be."
- Supposed Quote of Bob
 Bob God of Randomness
|Symbol:||A golden Question Mark|
|Home Plane:||Randomonia Plane|
|Portfolio:||Bob watches over the entire existence of everything to see if any one being exhibits his level of random|
|Clergy Alignments:||There are no clergy to speak of but an assortment of followers who just do what he wants|
|Favored Weapon:||Rubber Chicken of Random|
Bob the god of Randomness has existed since forever and has been considered as the creator of reality. He has a straight chaotic
alignment which is unheard of. If a player chooses to follow Bob be warned that at if you do not take a straight Chaotic Alignment then be prepared to change your entire charecter.
Bob encourages random behaviour, however "encourages" could mean he gives you a bag of gold or a rat swarm pouring out your pants. Anything else he could care less about. If you summon him (IF) do not start a sentence with a word that starts with R, S, T, or, L.
 Clergy and Temples
If a temple exists for Bob it is usually a stick shoved into the ground with a random set of numbers carved into it. However, it becomes useless after two hours and 36 minutes.