The great and almighty coin god!! (3.5e Deity)

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Tymora (DnD Deity)[edit]

Intermediate Deity
Symbol: a gold coin
Home Plane: cointopia
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Portfolio: Copper, Silver, Gold, Platinum, all coins in general
Clergy Alignments: Neutral, Chaotic Neutral, and Chaotic Good
Domains: Knowledge, Trickery, Luck, Good
Favored Weapon: thrown coins (shiny shuriken)

Trickster coin god.gif

A small turban wearing man has coins materializing all around him in the air, he gives you 3,000 gold pieces


The great and almighty coin god!! encourages the gaining of gold as fast as you can! He discourages the use of cheating however. Bards/clerics are typical holymen for his temples, they are always CN, they are bound not to cheat for fear of a forced geas of mass charity.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

All of The great and almighty coin god!!'s temples are essentially giant casinos in very public places.

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