Khepri

Khepri
From left, the Osirian gods Khepri, Sobek, and Hathor
(Deity)
Titles The Humble Hand[1]
Alignment Neutral good
Areas of Concern Freedom, the rising sun, work
Worshipers Peasants, laborers
Cleric Alignments
Domains Artifice, Good, Liberation, Sun, Trickery
Subdomains Agathion, Day, Deception, Freedom, Revolution, Toil[1]
Favored Weapon sling
Symbol Blue scarab
Sacred Animal Scarab beetle
Images of Khepri

The cult of Khepri, the dung beetle, is common among the peasants and laborers of Osirion. Khepri represent those who toil in ignominy and squalor. He is a trickster, turning the indignity of his appearance and labor upon those who consider themselves refined, elevated, and superior to others.[2] The Scarab of Khepri is a magic item in the shape of a small golden statuette of Khepri that allows the user to speak with vermin.[2]

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