Bolomo (3.5e Deity)

From D&D Wiki

Jump to: navigation, search
Recycle.png This page was marked as abandoned on 20:44, 19 August 2020 (MDT) because: Issue(s) unaddressed for over a year. (discuss)

If you think you can improve this page please bring the page up to the level of other pages of its type, then remove this template. If this page is completely unusable as is and can't be improved upon based on the information given so far then replace this template with a {{delete}} template. If this page is not brought to playability within one year it will be proposed for deletion.

Edit this Page | All abandoned pages

Stub Logo.png This page is incomplete and/or lacking flavor. Reason: Missing rank.

You can help D&D Wiki by finishing and/or adding flavor to this page. When the flavor has been changed so that this template is no longer applicable please remove this template. If you do not understand the idea behind this page please leave comments on this page's talk page before making any edits.
Edit this Page | All stubs

Enter 'h', 'd', 'l', 'i', 'g', or 'o' for parameter 'hdligo'
Symbol: A paint brush or chisel
Home Plane:
Alignment: NG
Portfolio: Song, Art
Clergy Alignments:
Domains: Healing, Courage, Purification, Renewal, Celerity
Favored Weapon: Greatsword

Sing, dance, paint, art is freedom! That pretty much sums up Bolomo, a deity who is embraced by artists of most kinds the world over. Composers tend to resist his intrusions into their lives, as composition is a work primarily of ordered harmonies, and as such he sometimes strikes them deaf. This is rarely a hindrance to their work and most become more prolific after becoming deaf as they are harder to distract. Due to the fact that both count actors as followers Bolomo once tried to seduce Branwen, as this was after her marriage it didn't go too well.


Clergy and Temples[edit]

Bolomo will offer clericdom to any sufficiently talented artist, and tends to get very violent when he is turned down. There is no unified dress.

Bolomo would claim that he has no ceremonies, a fact belied by the ritualistic (and oddly ordered way) that his followers produce temple art for him.


Lands of Blamakar

{{3.5e <!-Type (Greater, Hero, Lesser, etc. When "Over" please use Overdeities and remove the next word)-> Deities Breadcrumb}} [[Category:<!-Type (Greater, Hero, Lesser, etc. When "Over" or "Demi" please use Overdeity or Demigod and remove the next word)-> Deity]]

Home of user-generated,
homebrew pages!