Nisisen (3.5e Deity)

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Enter 'h', 'd', 'l', 'i', 'g', or 'o' for parameter 'hdligo'
Symbol: A sword fashioned from a sunbeam.
Home Plane:
Alignment: LG
Portfolio: valor, battle, light
Clergy Alignments:
Domains: War, Charm, Competition, Courage, Glory
Favored Weapon: Longsword
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Nisisen is a handsome and charming deity with followers the globe over. He is especially respected by soldiers and guards, as well as poets and athletics. He takes particular pleasure from friendly competition and sometimes turns up to athletic events in person. Trust is the watch word of Nisisen, to the point that he sometimes comes across as naive. However honesty is also considered vital.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Unlike the other Water deities, Nisisen does not allow mortals to choose his clerics, instead he chooses them all, in person. There is therefore little in the way of training, you are chosen for what you know, not what you may learn. There is a higher proportion of women in is clergy than in most other male deities'. All he asks is that is clerics wear a crimson ribbon on their person, most wear it as a bandanna.

Informal training leads to informal ceremonies and temples, most worshipers drop by whenever they can and give whatever they feel they should.

Nisisen takes sacrifices in the form of brightly colored cloth (traditionally dress material)


Lands of Blamakar

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