Tarla (3.5e Deity)

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Tarla's symbol
Intermediate Deity
Symbol: Musical Note
Home Plane: The Outer Plane of Heaven
Alignment: CG
Portfolio: Bards, Songs and Stories
Clergy Alignments: CG, CN, NG
Domains: Good, Chaos, Dream
Favored Weapon: Hand Crossbow


Tarla's Dogma is simple. Follow what you want to. Tarla does not want, or need followers. Tarla encourages free spirit and thinking, as well as the arts. Creativity is life. Tarla's favoured followers are Bards, Rangers and Wanderers. Those who have no ties, who follow whims and the winding road are the real followers, no matter what Clerics and Priests may preach.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Tarla has very few official temples, but those that do exist are very small, flat topped, pyrimidal shaped buildings, with long, low windows. Each of the windows has a set of chimes hanging from it, at the apex of these structures, a large bell hangs. These bells are rung every third day, to show Tarla that the people worship him. Most of these temples are out of the way places, in forests or deserts.


Dorath is a deity of the Lore of Arda campaign setting.

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