Serune the Senile (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||A bag of holding!|
|Portfolio:||Good warlocks, bags of holding, Half-elves, senility|
|Clergy Alignments:||Any non-evil and non-lawful|
|Domains:||Half-elf, Chaotic domain, good domain, and travel.|
|Favored Weapon:||Shortsword, invocations, magic|
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Serune is a crazy deity, though not insane. Sort of. He often takes the form of an old man, though he sometimes takes the form a a handsome young warlock around the age of twenty. He is often found at one of his temples, speaking to a strange skull.
Serune promotes the destruction of evil, and upholding the law in one's own way. He also promotes goodness of heart, which basically mean that he promotes being good. He has issues with Duke Rosein, whom he used to fight alongside. He despises all evil deities, though he hates one in specific over all, though who this might be is unknown to even his closest followers.
Clergy and Temples
Most of Serune's temples tend to be medium-sized, and are quite nice. However, after a little while, one begins to notice the chaotic design to the temple, and a few contradictions in the design. For example, one might find a platform held up by pillars, with a ladder leaning over to it, when the ladder is perfectly set up to where it should stand straight. He also enjoys putting floating mobius strips in his temples.