Follower of Munsa (3.5e Feat)

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Follower of Munsa [General, Roleplaying]

You worship Munsa, the Goddess of Storms; Your fervor has given you the will to persevere through anything.
Prerequisite: Must be Chaotic Neutral, Chaotic Good, Chaotic Evil or Neutral; Must worship Munsa
Benefit: You gain a +4 insight bonus to Concentration and Constitution checks. Furthermore, you have a +2 resistance bonus to will saves.

As the Goddess of Storms, Munsa represents trial and adversity for the people who live in Tirr. Her philosophy usually requires individuals to overcome the trials sent their way, and become stronger, better individuals for it. While many deities may subject mortals to harsh punishment because of whimsy or maliciousness, Munsa is distinct in that she does so for their own betterment, even if she is not very receptive to their own desires.

Those who adhere to the philosophy of Munsa often live hard lives, and ultimately end up convincing themselves that by surviving it all, they've become stronger for it. This often leads to even more trials, some even self-imposed, being undertaken simply to train themselves against the harshness of the world. These individuals often have superior constitutions, and can will their way through any punishment.

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