Dawn of Heroes
Yonaguni, God of Nature and Knowledge
Titles: Father Nature, The High Luminoth, The Atlas
Aspects: Nature (Major), Knowledge (Minor)
Symbols: Both moths and butterfliesare considered sacred animals, while trees also hold a sacred value.
Priesthood: The Wormwood Clan of the Luminoth empire serve as the primary priesthood of Yonaguni.
Avatars: Yonaguni has two avatars: Loepa, the divine empress of the Luminoth empire and the avatar of knowledge, and the Great Tree, at heart of the empire and the avatar of nature.
Herald: While no specific heralds, Yonaguni is known to use divinely empowered animals or monsters as messengers.
Holy Days: The Solstices and Equinoxes
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Duties: What are the basic tenets of the faith and the sorts of activities clergy are supposed to engage in on a daily basis on behalf of their deity?
Sins: What are the deity’s Minor, Major, and Mortal sins? As detailed in the Savage Worlds rules, clerics must obey the tenets of their faith or risk losing their magic. Each deity has its better-known sins listed for the benefit of priestly characters.
Signature Power: Every deity has a signature power. All clerics automatically gain and can use this spell when they take the Arcane Background (Miracles) Edge, regardless of its normal Rank requirements.
Powers: What other powers are available to followers of the deity with the Arcane Background (Miracles) Edge? Spells not in this list cannot be learned by the clergy.
Trappings: What sorts of trappings do the clergy use? GMs and players are encouraged to use common sense when applying trappings. For instance, while a cleric of Kenaz might apply a fire trapping to his leaping spell, it doesn’t mean he catches fire. Rather, he may leave behind a brief fiery trail while he jumps, or his feet are swathed in non-damaging flames as he leaps.
Special: Any special notes relating to character generation.
This text block provides a brief description of the deity, as envisioned by his followers, plus any additional notes about the god, notes on temples and shrines of the faith, the roles of the two branches of the clergy, a brief summation of the form ceremonies and festivals take, and any additional information.