Corsan (3.5e Deity)

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Lesser Deity
Symbol: Dog's Paw-print
Home Plane: Material Plane
Alignment: neutral good
Portfolio: Nature, kindness
Clergy Alignments: neutral good, chaotic good
Domains: Healing, Good
Favored Weapon: Unarmed Attacks

Corsan appears occasionally, under a disguise, appearing as a famished animal, usually a canid such as a dog, fox or wolf. If he is offered food, he transforms into an elegant humanoid. Corsan will then reward you for your kindness. Corsan is unpredictable, as such, how he rewards that kindness isn't understood by mortals. Corsan often protects the wilderness of the Material Plane, but is also known for protecting societies based on his teachings.


Corsan encourages kindness toward and the protection of nature. Anyone who disrespects nature is disrespecting Corsan himself.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Corsans most faithful followers are the creatures he protects. He does not require his followers to build temples to honor him.

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