Malfus, God of clean underwear (3.5e Deity)
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Malfus, God of cleanliness
|Symbol:||A pair of boxer shorts|
|Home Plane:||A sub-dimension in washing tubs.|
|Portfolio:||Underwear, Cleanliness, Care, Good Health|
|Clergy Alignments:||Any Neutral, Chaotic Good|
|Domains:||Good, Care, Hygiene, Health|
|Favored Weapon:||No Weapon|
As the god of cleanliness, Malfus detests slimes, mold and other unhygienic organisms. Malfus is usually seen as a beneficial spirit rather than the demi-god she is. Typical depictions of her are a pregnant woman with three children around her and a rag on her shoulder. Since Malfus is a god of hygiene and her symbol is a piece of clothing (specifically underwear) she is commonly referred to as God of clean underwear.
Malfus teaches her followers to live hygienically, as to live longer and not get sick. She encourages her followers to care for others.
Clergy and Temples
There are few temples left dedicated to Malfus. The ones that were once dedicated to her have mostly been remodeled to worship other gods. The temples used to contain several washing tubs where the public was free to wash their clothes to receive Malfus' blessing. The clergy consists mainly of healers and cooks make for common followers.