Zula Khan, The Serpentine Queen (3.5e Deity)
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Mother of Snakes, Saliba
|Symbol:||A Coiled Cobra|
|Home Plane:||The Outlands|
|Portfolio:||Serpentine and Snakes|
The deity of the serpentine, Zula Khan is often depicted as a beautiful serpentine woman with purple scales and vipers for hair. Zula Khan competes heavily with her brother, Xoxol Khan, for the admiration and worship of the serpentine, though they still a friendly to one another.
Zula Khan and Xoxol Khan claim that the serpentine are the master race, however, Zula Khan encourages her serpentine children to interact and share their knoweledge with the "lesser" races. To her, it is the duty of all serpentine to use their status and superiority to guide all others to the same level.
Clergy and Temples
Zula Khan's priesthood follows a semi-strict hierarchy. Her clerics are know for their scholarly pursuits and are always happy to share their knowledge with the ill-informed. Low level clerics are required to study under a superior.
Zula Khan's temples are the center point of cities where she is the patron. These grand stone pyramids are often covered in gold and amethysts, Zula Khan's favored gem.