“Loki’s luck be upon you!” Some oracles specialize in being sneaky.
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“Loki’s luck be upon you!” There is a certain sect of bards that thrive on mischief-making rather than on music, and they refer to themselves as ruse-weavers.
Known for his mischievousness and unpredictability, Loki’s ways are often emulated by scoundrels, charlatans, and imposters. Due to his predilection toward fickleness, he is less often followed by individuals that prefer rules or strict adherence to prescribed regimens. Though individuals may wish to elevate their wily ways to match that of Loki’s, the trickster god
Temples to Thor are few and far between. Worshipers are just as likely to leave sacrificial offerings under stormy skies, lit by bolts of lightning and accompanied by claps of thunder. No need for fancy temple halls when Thor provides displays of his power with every storm that visits Midgard. Particularly well known among Thor’s
Clerics of Thor Thor is known by many names, but whether it is Perun, Thunderer, or in some parts of the far north, even giant-slayer, he is always hailed as the mightiest of warriors and master of the battlefield. Worshippers of Thor often bellow, “Thor’s thunder in your ears; Thor’s roar, the last you’ll hear,”
Clerics of Boreas Priests of Boreas operate primarily in isolation outside the confines of a structured organization. There are no granted titles, offices to hold, sacred vestments, or even physical structures in which to worship. Supplicants of Boreas seek him out at the tops of snowcapped mountains, on the ice floes of the Frozen Reach,
Clerics of Boreas Boreas, Son of the Winter Maiden, is defined by his single-minded obsession to bring to Midgard an eternal winter with all of its deadly aspects, including biting cold, blinding blizzards, and bloodthirsty snow beasts. Those who worship Boreas are either creatures that delight in extreme cold environs due to their genetic composition,