Righty the Legendary Bard (3.5e Deity)

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Lesser Deity
Symbol: A red four fingered Right hand Holding a Flute
Home Plane: Astral Plane
Alignment: Chaotic Good
Portfolio: Happy people, pop rock music, and genrally hippy things.
Clergy Alignments: Chaotic Good, Chaotic Neutral, Neutral Good.
Domains: Healing, Good, Strength, Plants
Favored Weapon: Dagger or Pop Rock music
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A happy go lucky kind of guy, Righty Grew up with out the emotions of sadness and anger, so he is generally always happy. While he might appose every thing Lefty, his twin brother, does, you really can't say that they are enemys, since he doesn't feel anger towards lefty. This is for the Our World campaign.

Dogma[edit]

"And now my children, it is time to sing. Lift thy voices in harmony. Help the poor, protect the weak, take no coin from the unfourtunite." This is the prayer of Righty, and it almost completly sums up what he encourages among his followers. It doesn't say anything about how if you can steal the coin from the payer, you get the job done faster, skiping the almighty step 2. Although the churches of lefty and righty are bitter enemys, the two gods are actually part of one whole god, Brogey, the Chaos Painter.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

His clergy are divine spell casters and bards of good or neutral alignments. He also attracts a few of the crazier rangers and fighters. Palidins respect his kindness, but would never consider worshiping a mad man. His temples really.... stick out almost any where they are. They are usually about 3 story's high and have the flying buttresses of gothic arcitecture. It's their color thats makes them stand out. Their color is usually neon pink, purple, or red, and often they have blue, green, or yellow polk-a-dots.



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