Ninin, The Huntress (3.5e Deity)

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Ninin, The Huntress

Demigod
Symbol: Profile of a panther head with its mouth open and teeth bared
Home Plane: Hursag
Alignment: Neutral
Portfolio: Stalking prey on the field of battle, hunters and hunting in general, creatures of prey (lions, panthers, eagles, et cetera)
Clergy Alignments: Any
Domains: Destruction, Strength, Travel, War
Favored Weapon: Doublesword or any bow
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Ninin appears as a female half-orc who strongly favors her human heritage. She has dark skin with coarse black hair, usually pulled back into a bun and out of her eyes. She is usually seen wearing a light armor outfit which has a camouflage pattern allowing her to easily blend into her surroundings. Ninin usually has both her doublesword and her greatbow with her. A cold fire appears to burn within her eyes. She is a merciless killer on the battlefield, as well as a silent, deadly hunter. She has always been a reckless firebrand with the only ones able to talk sense into her being her older siblings—Uriel and Hursag.

Dogma[edit]

Ninin is the huntress and her allure beckons to those who answer the call of the hunt. She is the silent huntress and expects those who worship her to be likewise. They are the stalkers of the battlefield who strike key targets. Her followers are expected to revere nature and celebrate life in extreme manners. Family, as well, should be held in high regard.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Ninin has few, if any, true temples. Her clergy most often worship in holy sites of the great outdoors, or on the field of victory in battle. Their ceremonies are often hedonistic in style with a focus on nature as befits her primal call.



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