Roqlaire (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||Mirrored black wing with a raven foot in the middle with shiny silver ring on each claw.|
|Portfolio:||Roqlaire the Father of Birds Black the Ever Searching. He finds those lost as well as aiding other in there search. He collects knowledge as well as treasure and guards those traveling.|
|Domains:||Knowledge Domain, Luck Domain, Time Domain, Travel Domain|
|Favored Weapon:||Heavy Flail|
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Roqlaire the Father of Birds Black the Ever Searching is a Deity of protection. Once a Demigod and before that a Hero he has risen up to be a Lesser Deity. The fiance of Ryla, he gave her his heart for safe keeping. Ryla's sister Aur was jealous of Ryla and cursed Roqlaire to wander the earth in search of his heart. Auralis, Father to both goddesses turned Roqlaire from a Hero into a giant crow Demigod to make up for his daughter's curse. Since then Roqlaire has been searching constantly finding all sorts of things on his way. He will often bless other searchers and protect those that travel.
Seek out your hearts desire. Help others in their searches and protect and help those that your un into who have a long journey. Be hospitable.
Clergy and Temples
His clergy wear black with silver trim and his temples usually serve as sanctuaries to the weary traveler and have all sorts of oddities given as gifts to aid the god in his search. His clergy will often go on pilgrimages to discover the rarities in the world but will not steal to get what they want. They usually trade and they don't value money as much as they value rare things. He has another section of his clergy called the ever searchers. Any one of any class can take the vow to become an EverSearcher. There job is to find lost things, be they items or people and return them to there owners. They are usually skilled trackers and are hired by rich and poor alike the price being some oddity they discovered or if they are poor, a good story.