Zero (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||A pair of angel wings surrounding a cat's eye|
|Home Plane:||Astral Plane|
|Portfolio:||Archers, Chivalry, Good, Life, Love|
|Clergy Alignments:||CG, NG, LG, CN, and LN|
|Domains:||Good, Healing, Luck, Protection, and War|
|Favored Weapon:||Mind Blade and Longsword|
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Zero is a dangerous player in the game of life. He has all of the power necessary to become an overdeity, but chooses not to as he loves playing with mortal affairs, with suppressed power. However, he only responds to The Overdeity (which there is only one of in his pantheon). Typically he leans toward good, but knows that there is a balance. He detests the evil deities and when they mess with "his" mortals Zero responds with a swift annihilation of their soul.
Zero encourages followers of all kinds. He respects all races and wishes that there could be equality among everyone. He wants his followers to do good, considering that most of the evil people set off the balance. He encourages his followers to be strong willed and have a mind of their own, hoping that some will use their mind as their strongest weapon. He wishes peace amongst all of the nations in the worlds, but knows that war is a part of life and he respects chivalry.
Clergy and Temples
Zero's followers are rare in numbers, as the other deities have tried to snuff out his existence amongst mortals. However, as time passed he became more known, but solely as an immortal hero deity who fights for the common good. There are few temples and the ones that do exist are massive. Once his truth is revealed, whether through text or him proving it (which he rarely does) people tend to follow him.
It is not uncommon for any race to follow Zero. However, most of his followers are male and of human descent. The majority are also warriors, or knights who support chivalry. Female who follow him often strive to become his Maiden of Love, but none have succeeded thus far. Zero is open-minded for the most part, but is quick to make small judgments about people.