Lough (3.5e Deity)

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Greater Deity
Symbol: Two vines wrapping around an open hand
Home Plane: Ulenyi
Alignment: Neutral
Portfolio: Nature, flowers, trees, herbs
Clergy Alignments: LN, N, CN
Domains: Plants, Healing
Favored Weapon: None
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Lough encourages growth of new plants. She believes more the wild growth though than the growth in little containing box. She despises the gnomes, the ever inventive creatures who invented the wood burning generator that makes many so eager to chop and slash and burn and stunt the growth of the trees. Her husband is Brogey.Her uncle is Vameril.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Her temples are usually in linked groves of trees, with many natural patches of flowers and herbs. Her greatest temple is in the islands of the gods and is inside a giant living tree. Her clergy are are most often druids, rangers and other more wild folk. Many orc tribes worship a corrupt form of her known as Ulg-Ned in their tongue, the blood growth. Gnomes are not often among her followers, because it is well known that she does not appreciate some of their devices.

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