Cerberus (3.5e Deity)

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Cerberus[edit]

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Greater Deity
Symbol: Celtic Knot with Lighting in the background
Home Plane: Ysgard
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Portfolio: Half-Orcs, Barbarians, Power, Battle
Clergy Alignments: Chaotic Neutral
Domains: Strength
Favored Weapon: Unarmed (Tooth and Claw)

A Colossal Blue Dragon whom encourages his followers to experience all the sensations life has to offer.

Dogma[edit]

Cerberus expects his followers to never back down from a fight or any challenge, seek every experience they can, fear nothing, give no quarter, and believe in death before dishonor. it is worthy to note, however, that surrender is not dishonorable, as long as it is a true defeat. He despises cowards, liars, and any organization that glorifies the accomplishments of the individual over order and society.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Temples of Cerberus, if one can call them that, are most often dens of disrepute and fighting arenas. Shrines can be found in dedication to him in brothels, drinking establishments, and anywhere violent contests are often held or people can give themselves completely to the moment. His clergymen consist of half-orcs, barbarians and those whom revel in brutality and pleasures of the flesh. While there is no official garb of the church, Clerics, Paladins, and others whom revere Cerberus often cover themselves in fearsome tattoos that depict their accomplishments. Clerics pray for their spells whenever they awaken. While there are no universally recognized holy days, each church sponsors tournaments several times a year. During these events, taverns donate part of their profits to the church.



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