Gavet
Gavet
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Diety
Titles: The Master Thief, Messenger of the Gods
Home: ????
Alignment: Chaotic good
Portfolio: Travel, Trade, Theft, Gambling, Running
Worshipers: Rogues, Illusionists, Travelers, Merchants, Athletes
Cleric Alignments: CG, CN, NG
Domains: Luck, Trade Travel, Trickery
Blessings: Luck, Travel, Trickery
Favored Weapon: Staff
Symbol: A coin
Sacred Animal: Geese
Sacred Colors: ??????

Dogma

While he values the wit and daring required to accomplish a difficult theft, he frowns upon those who would steal from anyone who cannot afford the loss. He urges his followers to be dependable and prompt, but he despises tediousness and smiles when something unexpected upsets the predictable. Gavet abhors idleness. If one cannot do anything useful, Gavet says the proper thing to do is travel and have new experiences.

History

Gavet is the god of thieves, mischief & commerce. He is the son of Pennsilia and older brother to Caine.

Gavet values fair play, so much that he often settles disputes among the deities.

Depictions

While Gavet is generally depicted as male and elven, he is able to change his appearance at will, leading all other details to vary wildly. Even his height can vary between one inch and six feet, but he does invariably wear an item of green clothing.

Divine Intervention

Divine Servants

Has no known servants.

Church of Gavet

The church of Gavet has few temples to it's name, and its priests rarely settle in a single location. The faithful of Gavet can be found on the roads of Aldium.

Worshipers and Clergy

Gavet's clerics seldom sit still. They're always busy with something or out traveling the world. They are found in a wide variety of occupations serving as diplomats, judges, translators, money-changers, surveyors, and explorers.

Temples and Shrines

Wayside shrines to Gavet are common, but temples dedicated to Gavet are fairly rare.

Holy Texts

Theories on Perception
This is said to have been penned by Gavet himself.

Holidays

Gavet's holy days are on the eclipses, and his faithful sacrifice stolen treasures to him whenever they feel it is appropriate.

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