Aërkaan (3.5e Deity)
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|Home Plane:||The Elemental Plane of Air|
|Portfolio:||The sky and the air.|
|Clergy Alignments:||Any Good and Chaotic Neutral.|
|Domains:||Law, Good, Animal and Air.|
Aërkaan is the lady of the air. She loves the skies more than anything else and often takes the form of a giant eagle so that she may soar through the skies, enjoying the gift of flight. The birds (and most of all the eagles) are most beloved to her, and she hates most of all those evil creatures that have the gift of flight, as they besmirch the skies over which she rules.
Aërkaan teaches of the splendour and beauty of the skies and the majesty of the birds that populate them. She also teaches many secrets of the skies, and of respect for water that falls from the clouds that flow through the sky.
Clergy and Temples
Aërkaan's temples are high up in the mountains, close to the skies over which she rules, and usually close to the nesting plase of the giant eagles, the most holy of birds. Her clerics wear loose-fitting, white silken robes that flow in the wind. Most of her clerics are female, though she does not dislike males, nor prevents them from becoming her clerics.