Michigan J. Frog (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||An orange and blue shield with the initials "W.B" Emblazoned on the front.|
|Home Plane:||The Cartoon Plane|
|Portfolio:||His Baby, His Honey, His Ragtime Gal|
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Michigan J. Frog is a nondescript green frog with an off-white belly. He appears like any other frog or toad until someone with greedy ambition discovers him. At this point, Michigan J. Frog will procure a Diminutive Top hat and baton, and begin singing one of the most memorable songs of all time:
Hello, my Baby!
Hello, my Honey!
Hello, my Ragtime Gal!
Send me a kiss by wire,
baby my heart's on fire!
If you refuse me
Honey, you lose me,
then you'll be left alone.
Oh, baby, telephone,
and tell me I'm your own!
Michigan J. Frog discourages Greed and Exploitation, and is resolved to eliminate it. His singing and dancing has a very specific purpose: to test how well the individual so tested responds based on Greed. Michigan J. Frog allows himself to be carted around to various entertainment areas, since his main weapon against Exploitation is humiliating the exploiter. When his "audience" leaves, he will often perform exactly as he was told to, simply to harass his exploiter. This keeps up until the greedy individual gives up, or until the individual finally is placed in an insane asylum.
 Clergy and Temples
Michigan J. Frog's clergy acts just as he does: Many have a hidden talent of sorts, and will only show this to those with obvious Greed. Those who would use these talents to make money for themselves will often be tricked when displaying these talented individuals before a large crowd. This cycle will continue until the greedy individual is finally viewed as a lunatic and placed in an asylum, while the clerics, or even Michigan himself, will move on.