Myál (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||A drop of water|
|Home Plane:||The Elemental Plane of Water|
|Portfolio:||Rain, water, Peace, and the calm of the sea.|
|Clergy Alignments:||Any Good, True Neutral.|
|Domains:||Animal, Good, Healing, Protection, Water.|
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Myál is known as the lady of the waters. She is Shraal's wife, and is most loved by sailors who believe that she can calm Shraal and thus calm the sea (almost entirely incorrectly). She controls the rain, making sure that it falls where it is needed, and thus she is a great friend to Aëlan and Aëlalás, who value the water she provides to grow their plants.
Myál teaches of the beaty of the sea and of the value of peace and friendship. She, like Shraal, teaches secrets of the sea to her clerics so that they may aid others who are in danger of the sea.
Clergy and Temples
Myál has no temples of her own, but has sea-side and cliff-top shrines and small shrines within temples of Shraal. Her clergy are mostly female and are largly elves (and act in the same manner as clerics of Maëlân).