Thal, the drunk (3.5e Deity)

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Symbol: Any beer mug
Home Plane: None
Alignment: Neutral
Portfolio: Drunkards
Clergy Alignments: any
Domains: Travel, Luck, Drunkenness
Favored Weapon: Fist or beer mug
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Thal is the demigod of drunkenness. He does not give out spells or any type of protection to his followers because he is not aware of them (most don't even know they are worshiping him either). He died after drinking to much and then was turned into a demigod by Olidammara as a prank on stuck-up law abiding citizens everywhere.


Thal is not even aware that he is a demigod because he is too drunk all the time.

Clergy and Temples[edit]

Thal's clergy include anyone who is drunk and his temples exist wherever drinks are sold. Not many know he is a demigod, very few worship him, and even among his worshipers even less recognize him.


He is fat and a slob, He has a large, ale crusted beard, and a dazed look about him at all times. He can often be seen on long roads with a large keg on his back or singing song about drinking while drinking.

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