Levert (5e Deity)
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Alignment. Lawful Good
Divine Rank. Lesser Deity
Levert was a guard back in the Dark Days when kings and queens did whatever they felt like. He wanted justice in the world and he came up with ideals and a way of live he must follow. Levert had gotten a small following of clerics from the local chapter that didn't believe in what the king had ordered them to do. After gaining followers for his way of live, the king's guards found him. Captured and put into the stocks, Levert was blessed after the mighty god saw him. He was granted the wish to go into god-hood and spread his ideals into the world. Levert accepted the god's offer and was released from the stocks. No one saw him after that day, but his followers read the words of his ideals to the public.
Levert is a middle aged man with brown hair and blue eyes. He is often depicted with an ornate, golden crown on his head while he holds a rose in his left hand and a balance in his right. He is there for the weak and helps them through their struggles. Clerics who worship Levert dress in a white robe and a light blue satchel. There is only one known artifact related to him: Sword of St. Josh: the Cleric who help him spread his ideals in the dark days.