Koras (3.5e Deity)

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Valshock Campaign Setting

Intermediate Deity
Symbol: A circle representing both body and mind becoming one with three triangles surrounding it.
Home Plane: Material Plane
Alignment: Neutral
Portfolio: Strength and Self-Perfection
Clergy Alignments: Any
Domains: Strength
Favored Weapon: Staff or Spear
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Koras is the embodiment of self perfection in both body and mind. His skin is harder than diamond. He looks as if his body was chiseled by a master stone worker to create the perfect sculpture. This magnificent body resembles a human in appearance except for his unmistakably godly perfection. He often appears as a human, but with above average height. At other times he can be seen towering everything around him, touching the clouds or sometimes even surpassing even those. Although only an intermediate deity, he has challenged and defeated deities that have greater power than him with ease.


Koras is the only god to rise to godhood on his own. He embodies self perfection and encourages others to be the best they can be. He looks down upon those who are weak, for to him it is their own choice not to be a better being. To him, everyone can climb their way to self perfection through hard work and self awareness.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

The temples of Koras are more like monasteries located far in the mountains with fighting rings in the courtyard and meditation halls surrounding the courtyard. Here the priests and priestesses train their bodies and minds to achieve self perfection.


Koras is a god in the Valshock setting... but is part of no pantheon.

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