Ampere (3.5e Deity)
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Ampere, the god of static electricity.
|Symbol:||A sparking piece of carpeting|
|Home Plane:||Prime Material|
|Portfolio:||Fluffy blankets in dry climates, pieces of foil in jars|
|Favored Weapon:||broadsword (see text)|
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|“||Who are you, and why are you worshiping me?||”|
|—The mighty Ampere, speaking to her servants.|
Ampere was born Anna Nex, who was a margninally effective bard with a perchant for a lightning cantrip. She participated in the Ambriosia of the Gods (DnD Equipment) quests. The gods, desiding her name was too bland, renamed her Ampere, and she became the god of static electricity, since the god of lightning was taken. She has technically retired from her godhood, but she managed to attract a small following who don't seem to understand that. She now views her godhood as a nuisance, even if she is immortal, and would like nothing better than to kill all her followers, but that seems to make them more clingy.
Ampere grants no spells to her worshipers, although she has given particularly devote worshipers spell scrolls so they can go 'Sod off and die.'
Ampere herself wields a mighty broadsword of +1-ness, but when her worshipers ask for their own weapon, she threatens to run them through. In a holy way, we assume.
Ampere has no dogma, although she seems to take great pleasure in harming those that ask
Clergy and Temples
Ampere keeps no temples, although she has often been seen in bars, cavorting with her priestesses, the almighty bar wench