Titles: None
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Alignment: Chaotic Good
Portfolio: Light, prophecy, music, healing
Worshipers: Bards, Elves, Wizards, Sorcerers, Healers, Sages
Cleric Alignments: CG, CN, NG
Domains: Good,Healing, Knowledge, Magic, Restoration, Sun
Blessings: Good,Healing, Knowledge, Magic, Sun
Favored Weapon: Composite Longbow
Symbol: A Lyre
Sacred Animal: Songbirds
Sacred Colors: Yellow


Cadmus is a tolerant god who is interested in healing wounds and ailments of the spirit as well as the body. He preaches peace, forgiveness, and justice over revenge. He urges his followers to make peace where they can and to help those who have strayed atone for their misdeeds. He does not tolerate willful acts of evil, however, and has no patience with unrepentant criminals. He has a very low opinion of thieves and those who make their livings dishonestly (It is said that no falsehood has ever passed his lips). He advocates stern penalties for outlaws. Cadmus urges his followers to be bold and relentless when facing evil, but also to remember to have compassion for the victims of evil and to take time to appreciate the finer things in life, especially music.


Cadmus is the fourth god created by Alleria

It was Cadmus who first taught people the healing art. While generally benevolent and helpful, he can be truly terrible when angry, often loosing arrows that visit disease and death on targets they strike. He is quite vain about his musical prowess.

Cadmus and Pennsilia have created Gavet and Caine on their union. This shows that even the gods have strange bedfellows.


The god of music, light, and healing; Cadmus, appears as a comely, beardless young man carrying a golden lyre and a silver bow.

Divine Intervention

Divine Servants

Cadmus has Nicolas. He is the current Saint for Cadmus.

Church of Cadmus

The church is known for blessing crops, healing the sick, and reforming criminals and evil doers. They are often consulted to solve feuds and disputes among neighbors and family.

Worshipers and Clergy

Cadmus’s clerics often wear golden or yellow garb. They serve as advisors, teachers, diplomats, and healers. They prefer a peaceful role, mediating disputes and making the injured whole when they can. They are not afraid to take up arms when necessary, however, and gladly make their points on the battlefield if they cannot do so in the council chamber.

Temples and Shrines

Cadmus’s temples are usually placed in sunny spots or near caves or hot springs. In addition to hospitals for the sick, Cadmus’s temples usually also include divination chambers where his clerics divine the future.

Holy Texts

The Birth of Light and Truth is the principal holy book of Cadmus.


The most commonly celebrated holidays celebrated by the followers of Cadmus are Winterveil that is held on the 25th day of the 12th month.

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