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Lymnieris

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Lymnieris
(Deity)
Titles The Auroral Tower
Realm Palace of Delectation, Heaven
Alignment Lawful good
Areas of Concern Prostitution
Rites of passage
Virginity
Worshipers Adolescents, avowed chaste, prostitutes, unwillingly engaged couples
Edicts Help others achieve their desires, aid and protect sex workers, help others through difficult transitions
Anathema Persecute sex workers, force or support unwanted marriages
Cleric Alignments (1E)
Domains (1E) Community, Good, Law, Protection
Subdomains (1E) Archon, Friendship, Lust, Purity
Cleric Alignments (2E)
Domains (2E) Change, passion, protection, repose
Favored Weapon Longsword
Symbol White-hooded profile
Sacred Animal Rabbit
Sacred Colors Red, white

Source: Lost Omens Gods & Magic, pg(s). 128

Lymnieris is an angel empyreal lord of prostitution, rites of passage, and virginity. He teaches that a person's passage from one state of being to another is a sacred time.[1]

Home

Lymnieris makes his home in the blue agate Palace of Delectation. Located in Heaven, visitors to the palace are joyfully greeted by beautiful and sensitive courtesans. Lymnieris often hosts the empyreal lord Arshea at his home, and when he is present, the festivities here take on an unrivaled intensity. He maintains a second home on the opposite side of Heaven's mountain where his followers counsel and heal those who have been rescued from forced prostitution.[2]

Appearance

Lymnieris is tall and radiant, with delicate hands, emerald-green skin and four white wings, covered in a perpetual thin sheen of perspiration. Because of his appearance, he is speculated to have originated as a planetar. He carries a great white shield made of ivory.[1]

Cults

Virgins forced into unwanted marriages, those who cannot fulfil their sexual desires due to cultural restrictions, prostitutes who work legally and love their profession, individuals forced into sexual slavery, and those on the threshold of a major personal change all pray to Lymnieris.[1]

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