Empress Sinestra (3.5e Deity)
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 Sinestra, Empress of Serpents
|Symbol:||A snake coiled around the world.|
|Home Plane:||The Abyss|
|Clergy Alignments:||Chaotic Evil|
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Sinestra is a greater goddess of the yuan-ti and she is a shape-shfting goddess as well. Both the yuan-ti and the ancient people of the Serpentshrine worship her.
Sinestra loves chaos and pure evil. She loves live sacrifices and mindless destruction. She hates it when her followers don't give her sacrifices or destroy everything and will stop granting powers should her followers grow lethargic.
 Clergy and Temples
Sinestra's temples are always covered with carvings of serpents and a statue of her sits in the temple's center. A bloody altar sits in front of the statue and has a small slit for putting the serpentine sacrifical knife. Her clerics wear reptilian bones and snake skins.
In her natural form, Sinestra looks like a huge black serpent with venom dripping from her fangs. She can also shape-shift to the form of a human woman. In her human form, she wears a tight, black leather bodysuit and usually wears a flowing black cloak with golden serpents along the bottom.