Garl Glittergold

Known as the Joker and sucker for any glittering stones or gold, this jester god is known as the god that rules the gnomes. This god is also a favorite deity of many a illusionist or jeweler.
Dressed in silk, this golden gnome does strike you as odd. The single moment you are stunned by his appearance, he will try to use to trick you into jet another of his jokes.
Garl Glittergold is said to have led the gnomes into the world and now is their protector.

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Garl Glittergold
  • Alignment: Neutral-Good
  • Rank: Greater Deity
  • Domains: Good, Protection, Trickery
  • Portfolio: Gem cutting, Humor, Illusion, Jewelry making, Wit
  • Favored Weapon: Battleaxe
  • Clerics Alignment: Neutral-Good
  • Opposers: Targregon

  • Humor and practical jokes are the trade that shows the hand of Garl Glittergold. On the other hand Garl Glittergold does encourage his people to go out and explore the world.
    Garl Glittergold tries to protect his people by embarrassing their foes, but if need be, they will be slain of course.

    Holy grounds

    Temples of Garl Glittergold do not stand very tall, as the gnome people do not stand very tall either. His temples usually are speckled with diamonds and use quite a bit of gold to add a rich touch.
    The temples are not only a place to revere Garl Glittergold, but are usually also a place where the young gnomes receive teaching. If temples are not the center of the community, then they are found in the area where you also find the jewelers.

    Attending services

    Services for Garl Glittergold are not held on Devo-Priem, but on Bue-oct. This leads to the fact that Devo-priem is a normal working day, but Bue-oct is a day of.
    Clerics of Garl Glittergold are usually vigilant fighters that stand strong to protect their community, but also are teachers for the younger part of the community.
    Followers of Garl Glittergold are required to attend services at least three times per level per year. Next to this, Clerics are required to teach the young for at least one week for every two levels per year.
    Rangers and Druids that follow Garl Glittergold need to do less teaching. They may settle for teaching one week for every four levels per year.
    Gnomes who live in a city that has a temple, generally visit it at least once every two weeks, but when the nearest temple is more then a days travel, they may only go there once every year. In these city's you will often find that a traveling cleric, ranger or druid comes by to teach the young children for about a month. During this month they may "trade" the needed attendance of services to teaching.

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    Last update 13-11-2003