Doth, Goddess of Dead

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Doth, Goddess of Dead

Queen of Dead, Duchess of Deadlands, Judge of the Dead, Her Dark Grace

Lawful Neutral
PORTFOLIO: Natural Death, keeper of the dead
Creed: Doth seen in a neutral sense by many for when someone’s time is up, it is up. She judges and govern’s the dead, ruling over the Deadland, a series of realms for dead after they have been judged. She is cold and dispassionate. She attempts to be fair as possible to everyone that comes before her. In the her realm, there are three areas past her castle of Judgement, Fields of Eden, a place of warm grace, filled with flowers and fruit, the realm of the good, The Realm of Tolal, a place rather like the world of the living, where the spirits that were not real good but also not real evil, go to live much like they did before. the third realm is the Kingdom of Woe, a place of punishment for those that were evil in life. Formal followers are few, tending to be undertakers, and grave diggers, though many will make offerings to her. She has few proper temples, though nearly every grave yard will have a small shrine to her. Often prayed in the hopes that it is a person time, few can argue that she doesn’t collect her due. Clerics of Doth are uncommon and often have secondary trades such as undertaking. They don’t judge, thinking that a person dies in time. Clerics dress in green and grey, with in place their are actually temples, head priest wear purple cloaks or capes. Temple of have purple alter cloths and other hangs and banners will often also be purple. They rarely raise or resurrect people but if convinced it isn’t a person time they can do it. Some clerics argue that only by Doth’s will allow for beings to be raised or resurrected and all should give thanks to Doth when it is successful.

Doth’s Clerical Domain is Grave.

Doth, Goddess of Dead

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