Jadis (3.5e Deity)
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Jadis of Charn, The White Witch
|Symbol:||A woman in white holding a wand, surrounded by a wilderness covered in ice and snow.|
|Portfolio:||Narnia, Charn, winter, cold weather, authority, vengeance against traitors, executions|
|Clergy Alignments:||Lawful Evil, Lawful Neutral|
|Domains:||air, darkness, evil, madness, water, weather|
|Favored Weapon:||longsword, dagger|
In another time she was Jadis, Queen of Charn. Now she is queen of those narnians loyal to her.
The chief Lawful Evil deity in the Narnian pantheon, Jadis most closely resembles Auril of the Forgotten Realms pantheon. However she represents the tyrannical nature of sin, traditionally depicted in D&D by the Devil race.
The white witch appears as a slender middle - aged human woman of unearthly beauty, height (8 feet tall), and strength, dressed in a gown having the appearance of ice and snow.
The White Witch is the true queen and defender of Narnia. She supports all who serve her and protects them from Tash, who would have them enslaved, and Aslan, who will only help when it pleases him, and (allegedly!) occasionally eats his own worshipers. In return, the queen demands total loyalty.
cold weather, strictly enforced rules, loyalty, executions.
warm weather, celebrations, rulebreaking (regardless of seriousness), treason (even against her enemies!), disloyalty (even the slightest suggestion).
Clergy and Temples
The White Witch has no traditional clergy or temples, but has been known to appoint officials among her worshipers.