Colony (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||A crooked spiral overtop an array of light.|
|Portfolio:||introspection, coincidence, fate|
|Clergy Alignments:||Neutral Good, Lawful Neutral, Neutral, Chaotic Neutral, Neutral Evil|
|Domains:||Luck, Knowledge, Travel, War*|
|Favored Weapon:||Unarmed and Gauntlets.|
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He is the oldest of the Sosha Genia and creator and father to all those except Rejiksson. He rarely makes appearances, and does so only when it is of great cosmic significance. In dark times, He is the herald of change. He prefers unarmed combat to any other. *Clerics of Colony may choose Improved Unarmed Strike as a granted domain power instead if War is chosen as a domain.
Colony permeates all of Nymnelia itself. His essence suffuses the plane, allowing him to exist without a defined form and keep watch over all parts of the plane, even when the other Sosha Genia wish to limit Him. Colony focuses much of His attention on the dealings and natures of Nymnelia, however, He still dedicates attention to His faithful followers.
He seeks to watch over those who seek knowledge and their quest to do so.
Oddly, he does have interest in war, as war is a great showing of many fates, and such a display is a spectacle for Him to behold.
He is also known as The Father.
- True Avatar: Colony is known to form a titanic glowing orb of prismatic light surrounded by a thin cloud ring. He can be seen for miles across the land.
- Ephemeral Avatars: Colony has no known ephemeral avatars as he does not seek to directly interact with mortals on a personal level.
All things have a way of balancing out in the end. As the eldest of the Sosha Genia, this is certainly a truth.
 Clergy and Temples
There are few true temples of Colony, though His mark is the most widespread. Nearly every road has at least one shrine of Colony for travelers to pray upon for lucky travels. Most major roads even have stone monuments as distance markers and landmarks with Colony's symbol carved upon them. Clerics of Colony travel these roads seeking to keep the balance.