Void Soldier (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||A black skull with red crosshairs on it's forehead|
|Home Plane:||He has no home|
|Portfolio:||The betrayed, honor, loyalty, judgment, the forgotten, the abandoned, revenge|
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A being born from the first betrayal.
He appears only to those who have been betrayed, forgotten, or abandoned by those they trusted. His appearance mirrors warriors from the plane he is in, usually favoring heavy armor and two handed weapons. Those who encounter him are rendered mute due to the sheer power that he emits.
Followers of the Void Soldier strictly adhere to the Rules Of Engagement. These rules state the following:
- Thou shall not kill the innocent.
- Thou shall not be biased in judgment.
- Thou shall not act in rage.
- Thou shall not torture thy enemy,instead deliver unto them a swift death.
- Thou shall not abandon,forget,nor betray thy comrades.
- Thou shall not show mercy.
Clergy and Temples
Those who worship the Void Soldier are some of the most trustworthy people in existence. They have no temples, no priest, and only two scriptures. The first scripture is a list of commands called the Rules Of Engagement and the second is a prayer known only to those who have spoken to the Void Soldier himself. Those who prove themselves worthy are recruited by the Void Soldier to join his Legion upon death.