Zebulon (3.5e Deity)

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Zebulon's symbol
Intermediate Deity
Symbol: a stylized golden lion
Home Plane: The Outer Plane of Heaven
Alignment: Lawful Good
Portfolio: justice, honor, and truth
Clergy Alignments: LG, LN, NG
Domains: Good, Law, War, Strength
Favored Weapon: Greataxe

Zebulon is god of the righteous. His hatred of evil is well known, and his followers carry this hatred as well. Zebulon is one of the most revered gods of all. His worship is common practice, and his clerics and paladins are almost everywhere. One such paladin is called Ezekial. Zebulon manifests as an avatar more often than his other fellow deities, for evil always roams the land. Wielding his mighty greataxe, Zebulon wades into battle.

Dogma[edit]

Be good. Live good. All souls are called to goodness and the purity of life. It is only when these souls are tainted that we must take action. Seek purity by overcoming Evil and opening up to Good. Discipline your mind and body. Strengthen your heart. Pray, and always seek the truth. Then, and only then, will you be ready to face the perils of the world we find ourselves in. Oppose Evil with fervor and might. Mercy above cruelty, but justice above them both. In all things, have faith. Shine with the light of Zebulon.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Zebulon's temples are great in numbers and all are imposing. In the bigger cities, his temples tower over the rest of the buildings, impressive monuments to his name.

Most of Zebulon's clerics are like his temples: Strong and impressive. They wear dark red clothing and often hang his holy symbol around their neck.



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