Kun (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||A large staring eye|
|Home Plane:||Elemental Plane of Air|
|Portfolio:||God of the Winds and Magic|
|Clergy Alignments:||Any Alignment|
|Domains:||Air, Magic, Travel, [SRD:Healing Domain (Cleric Domain)|
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Kun is a mysterious God, he has been known to stand by and watch events unfold that could harm him or his followers without a single care. And at other times he will take a very active hand in aiding his cause. Kun created the Elves from the Winds, and graced mortals with the knowledge and power to work magic. Because of this both Elves and those that work arcane magic give him homage. As well his connection to the winds has often drawn veneration from sailors and traveling tradesmen. Kun is always depicted as a slender figure enshrouded in thick purple robes, that are trimmed in black. His face forever remains hidden in the darkness of his cowl. Kun holds a tall wooden staff whose surface is etched in glowing magical runes.
Kun cares about little else besides knowledge and travel. He expects those that beseech him for aid to pursue these goals as well. Those that are content to sit in one place, and not expierence new things should not turn to him. His chosen colors are Purple and Black.
Clergy and Temples
There are many small shrines to Kun in regions that pay him homage, but his Clerics mearly tend them while in the area as they are constanly traveling and studying new things.
Worshippers of Kun hold formal services to him on 4th Day, these services are normally performed in solitude either at a Temple or in a private place of study and learning.