Follower of Bycore (3.5e Feat)
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Follower of Bycore [General, Roleplaying]
As the God of Journeys, Bycore is often associated with Wanderlust, Languages, and Travel, and is therefore an important deity for many adventurers and other mobile folk. Often times, Gates and Roads are dedicated to him, and many shrines lay by the wayside of roads, dedicated to him in the hopes that he might bless pilgrims with good fortune during their travels. While he is not a god of any moral specification, he does stress an adherence to a traveler's creed, requiring his followers to assist any imperiled traveler upon the roads.
Those who serve Bycore's philosophy with devotion often find themselves serving other travelers who may or may not speak their language. This dilemma could prove life-threatening in situations where retrieving information from the afflicted is necessary to assist them. Because of this, true followers often dabble in the arcane arts just enough to develop the ability to understand others, no matter their language differences. As an aside, followers of Bycore are also usually trained to resist bindings or other impediments to their movement.
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