Dragon Demigoddess (4e Deity)
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Warpriest Domain: Storm
Dragon’mat is worshipped by all chromatic dragons and some dragonborn. The hierarchy of the temples and religious organizations from lowest to highest are the worshiper, laity, novitiate, acolyte, adept, apprentice priest, priest, curate, bishop elect, bishop, cardinal elect, cardinal, high priestess, high priest, matriarch, and patriarch. Most organizational clerics are devoted clerics. Most organizational paladins (except for knightly orders) are ardent paladins, protecting paladins, and virtuous paladins. Rarely do any avengers or invokers belong to the religious organization. The festival Dragon Demigoddess celebrates is the high festival of Taimat Dragon Demigoddess, on the 14th day, a full moon day, of the twelfth month, Duo, which is also known as Dragon's Date. The celebration consists of sacrificing and/or bleeding virgin females on a treasure pile of gold coins. Clerics must meet the standard clerical requirements and must be from Dragonkind, Dragonborn, or a race subservient to Dragons. They must constantly appease the Dragon Demigoddess Dragon’mat with sacrifices of valuable treasure. His commandments are:
Dragon Demigoddess employs in the physical plane. Demigods have shrines, chapels, temples, worshipers, and clerics. With the destruction of the City-State of Phobos, leaving four City-States against the Evil Empire, it is believed to be a positive omen from the Gods: four against one, becoming Dragon Demigoddess sacred number. In or near metropolitan areas or capitals there may be temples, cathedrals, monasteries, and spiritual universities. Temples have four or more clerics lead by a bishop. Cathedrals have ten or more clerics led by a cardinal. Monasteries have ten or more clerics led by a cardinal. Spiritual universities have thirty or more clerics led by a matriarch or patriarch. As four is a sacred number, the altars are four square feet with four attending priests. Cathedrals, temples, monasteries, and shrines are built in squares.