Follower of Helios Minoris (3.5e Feat)
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Follower of Helios Minoris [General, Roleplaying]
The God of the Second Star, Helios Minoris, is represented as the smaller of the two stars that bring daylight to the planes of Tirr. While his elder sister is more commonly revered as the sun, Minoris plays a secondary role, as he is commonly known as the Children's God. His whimsical and mischievous nature often earn him the admiration of children, everywhere.
True followers of the Child-God often adopt his way of life, set out in vague philosophies that he imparts to his followers. Typically, they are much more adept at meeting children on their own level, playing silly games and pranks with and upon them, giving them some level of kinship and ease of approach for younger people.
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