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Brogey (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||A paint brush by a pallet with red and blue paint on it|
|Home Plane:||Plane of Elemental Chaos|
|Portfolio:||Chaos, Art, Beauty, Music.|
|Clergy Alignments:||Chaotic Neutral|
|Domains:||Good, Evil, Chaos.|
|Favored Weapon:||Short Spear(Chaos Painter)|
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The Chaos Painter, Lord of the Broken Heart, The Insane Bard, Brogey is shown as an attractive young bard with blond hair and a beard, and a paint pallet on his back. This is a "Our World" Deity.
He says "Hay, you only live once, why not live life lively?" He encourages people to start up chaos for the simple pleasure it brings, and that there is nothing wrong with killing a few people to achieve that. He started the conflict between Lefty and Righty, who are separate parts of him. He soon forgot that he started the conflict, thus creating Lefty and Righty as their own deities. He also inadvertently created the Womble race, when he painted "A bunch of boring rocks into pretty colors" and "Gave them cute little faces." He is the source of many of the worlds amazing things, such as the rainbow fields, the cliffs of chorus, and the sea of cyan reefs. He is the third born son of Heart Simon, the creator, and is the husband of Lough, Goddess of Forests.
Clergy and Temples
His clergy are always insane, and enjoy much in life. They are mostly bards, but include some druids fighters and sorcerers. The people of the rainbow fields revere him as the color giver. His temples are Always sights to behold, because not many followers bother to build him one. They mostly Carve his symbol on the wall of their dwelling and make their offerings there. The largest number of his temples are in the rainbow fields, which is also the home of the Imilit, the largest temple in the world. It is the size of a city, with its own police force of clerics, a library, and a residential district.