Vail (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||A simple black spot symbolizing the void and it's nothingness with an eye in the center.|
|Home Plane:||The Void|
|Portfolio:||Void, Change, Revolution, and Destruction.|
|Clergy Alignments:||Any but lawful.|
|Domains:||Chaos, Destruction, Darkness, Void|
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Although Vail can take the form of anything he chooses, he often appears to his followers in their dreams as an eye within an everlasting black darkness.
Vail's only goal is the consumption of everything. The void has an everlasting hunger and so does Vail. His followers must send anything they can into the void realms. This can be achieved by sending it directly through a portal to the void realms or by destroying it. Only when everything has been consumed can Vail create perfection.
Clergy and Temples
The temples of Vail are usually found underground in the inner dark. They are located within giant thin spires. Each temple's front entry way is a large archway clouded by darkness. Inside the temple, only the loyal to Vail may see, but to all else, blackness is all that can be seen. The Clergy of the void always try to achieve destruction and sacrifice around their temples for it pleases Vail. All the followerr
Vail is part of the Elder Gods Pantheon in the Valshock Campaign Setting