Snofach (5e Deity)
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Alignment. True Neutral
Divine Rank. Lesser Deity
Snofach is the god of refinement and art in the Trifadishti pantheon. He has a humanoid body with royal purple skin and 4 arms. His clothes are fine and in his 4 arms he holds an apple, a paintbrush, a chalice assumed to contain fine wine and a peacock feather. Each relating to one of his 4 teachings.
The 4 teaching of Snofach are as follows: The apple represents the beauty of natural untouched food and how it should be enjoyed, the paintbrush represents the arts and how they should be held high at all times, the chalice represents fine drink and that it should be enjoyed at all times and the peacock feather represents him and how he should be revered at all times. Snofach in general teaches that luxury is the only way to live and the only way to attain true luxury is with his help.
Snofach's churches are usually extravagant and only in the largest of cities. His churches also require a tithe of 15% of what is made in your household. However it is said that those who are truly faithful find themselves in all kinds of extraordinary places. In the Nimda campaign setting, The Golden Knight Rodrick is a follower of Snofach.
Snofach, like the other stem gods, frequents the material plane in the form of a peacock with a golden train. He is seen in the aristocratic quarters of cities and strutting around fine palaces. He dislikes the slums and also despises the poor unless they have the money to pay to his churches.