Robyn (3.5e Deity)
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|Portfolio:||laughter, trickery, and lost souls|
|Clergy Alignments:||Neutral Good, Chaotic Good|
|Domains:||Good, Maddness, Trickery|
Robyn in life was a talented actor and comedian. He struggled with problems that many people of many different races had. He was looked up to by bards and those in the entertainment business alike. Upon reaching the afterlife he entertained the gods and goddesses so much and so well that even the most stern of them were engrossed in laughter. It was then they made him a god.
Making people feel entertained and in a good state of mind in one of the most important things that they practice. It could be drama or comedy as long as the crowd is overall entertained, Robyn looks favorable on this and fills those who have succeeded with a little inspiration for their next act accordance with what kind of acting the specialize in.
However, it is unwise to use these this for evil as he will remove what he has given you with little to no chance of ever getting it back.
When praying to Robyn, his followers will not ask for three things. The reasons are:
1) He will not kill
2)He can't bring anyone back from the dead only because he thinks that's creepy
3)He can't make anyone fall in love.
Clergy and Temples
His followers are made up of mostly bards who specialize in acting rather than singing. He has no real temples,instead his followers find more suiting to make people laugh in large crowds as a show of good faith.
It is actually common for clerics that follow him to cast spells in funny voices.
He does not view himself of being part of any great pantheon but he associates himself with bards, and tricksters, and comedians.