Glutovaz (3.5e Deity)

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Enter 'h', 'd', 'l', 'i', 'g', or 'o' for parameter 'hdligo'
Symbol: A pig's skull
Home Plane:
Alignment: NE
Portfolio: Gluttony, food, celebration, alcohol
Clergy Alignments:
Domains: Moon, Gluttony, Hunger, Slime, Plant
Favored Weapon: Ranseur

Food and nutrition are the very center of life, the very focus of any creature’s existence. Revel in the status that excess implies. Those who can indulge in excesses of food should. To over indulge increases your status and the status of the Goddess. Eat drink and be merry.


Clergy and Temples[edit]

Clerical training begins around the age of 10, and from the first day the clerics are force fed vast amounts of fatty but tasteless gruel. Over the years more palatable food is introduced. Those who show true Gluttony and devour any food offered them become clerics. Outsiders may expect the clergy to be fat but in fact many are bulimic. Failures become the property of the church. Clerics wear orange. The ceremonies are frequent and revolve around eating. The temple is infamous for keeping its slaves on the brink of starvation.

All living things are potential sacrifices, they are eaten raw and often alive by the clergy.


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