Kamina (3.5e Deity)
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 Kamina, God of Manliness
|Portfolio:||Manliness, Loyalty, Justice, Strength|
|Clergy Alignments:||Chaotic Good, Chaotic Neutral|
General description of deity
Kamina is the supreme embodiment of manliness, and encourages his followers to lead their lives by his example. Never running from a battle, fighting your opponents face to face, and never backing down from your principles are some of the main principles of manliness, and must be followed at all costs. Their hymns usually are short and to the point, speaking great volumes of brotherhood. Example- "Don't believe in yourself believe in the me that believes in you!"
 Clergy and Temples
Priests of Kamina, God of Manliness strive to live their lives in pursuit of the ultimate level of true manliness. They tend to be brash and outspoken both of their own manliness and degrading the lack thereof in others. As such they are often drawn into numerous conflicts because of it, giving disciples of Kamina one of the shortest life spans of all religions. Temples of Kamina are extremely few and far between and are usually reminiscent of enormous metal constructs of humanoid origin.