|Titles|| The World-Shaker|
He Who Is Massive
|Areas of Concern|| Great size|
|Edicts|| Grow as large as you can|
Shelter those smaller and weaker than you
Tend large animals and megafauna
|Anathema|| Accidentally injure others with your size|
Topple a massive natural monument
Use magic to assume a form smaller than you are
|Cleric Alignments (2E)|
|Domains (2E)||Might, Nature, Perfection, Protection|
|Sacred Animal||Big animals|
Source: Lost Omens The Mwangi Expanse, pg(s). 134
Balumbdar is considered brutish and dim-witted by most other gods, but always commands respect due to his towering size.
While Balumbdar himself cares little about how great size is used, his followers are generally divided into two groups: evil ones who see it natural for the big to tread on the small, and good ones who believe that the big have an obligation to protect the small. Druids who venerate Balumbdar for his connection to nature often adopt the care of animals much bigger or smaller than they are, to demonstrate his guardianship of small creatures.
The Elephant People worship Balumbdar as the nameless divine patron who sent elephants to the world to protect others. Balumbdar does not care that these people have no name for him, and speaks to them through the elephants that serve him.