Dace (3.5e Deity)

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Lesser Deity
Symbol: A Castle with crossed spears below and a wreath between
Home Plane: Valladorn
Alignment: True Neutral
Portfolio: Strongholds, Druids, Mercenaries
Clergy Alignments: Maximally one step away from deity.
Domains: War, Nature, Weather, Courage
Favored Weapon: Longsword
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Dogma[edit]

Dace encourages his followers to wage war but also to respect the land and living things upon the land.
He absolutely hates Blighters and others who disrespect nature. He enjoys seeing his followers build fortresses, fortifications, keeps, castles, citadels, and strongholds of any sort.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Dace's temples are generally either chapels within a larger structure (e.g. a fortress) or are built very much like fortresses themselves. Dace's priests often wear the garments of a knight or noble. They must build an entire keep with their own two hands to become a greater cleric or a "Vassal of Valladorn."



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