Seir (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||A spiraling eastern dragon with wings on top|
|Home Plane:||Bytopia (Shurrock)|
|Portfolio:||Freedom, Safe Travel, Confidence, Noble Bandits|
|Clergy Alignments:||CG, NG, CN|
|Domains:||Good, Chaos, Air, Travel, Liberation, Renewal*|
The cheerful spirit and guide to travelers, he is a wandering god of the roads, keeping people safe as they travel. He loves freedom and opposes tyrants, approving of Robin Hood-esque tactics against them. He appears as a long white draconic creature, yet covered in fur with legs more like a lion. A pair of wings extends from his back and he has two horns with a long black mane. He is said to be good company, and enjoying beauty in both nature and architecture.
Seir is a god of the Nibiru Pantheon.
Seir is a carefree spirit who does not care what you do, so long as you are peaceful and kind to others. Needless restrictions are a burden, and one should never be forced into submission. Free speech is held in high regard.
Clergy and Temples
Seir is commonly worshiped, though temples dedicated to him alone are uncommon, except on travel roads where statues of the smiling dragon bless those en route a safe trip and godspeed.