Kol Korran

“The Sovereign of World and Wealth,”

Alignment: Neutral

Kol Korran is the god of trade, wealth, and commerce. He is the only second-generation member of the Sovereign Host, which is appropriate since wealth and trade appear only after the other elements of society fall into place. As the most avaricious of the Host, Kol Korran is patron to merchants, traders, and all who seek wealth; in his darker aspect, he is also the patron of thieves and fences. He is loyal to the Host, but some legends ascribe to him a sense of resentment and a feeling that the other gods do not consider him an equal. This does not manifest as overt hostility, but rather as schemes to enrich himself at the expense of the others. Thus, fables sometimes portray Kol Korran—despite his usually serious demeanor as the prankster of the gods.

Portfolio: Wealth, money, trade, commerce, theft.

Domains: Charm*, Commerce*, Pact‡, Trade‡, Travel, Wealth‡.

Priest Training: Most of Kol Korran’s priests have a head for numbers and commerce, and many were merchants or shopkeepers before taking the oaths. All are expected to learn something of business so they can counsel entrepreneurs who seek advice.

Quests: Quests in Kol Korran’s name include opening up new trade routes, or discovering and retrieving items of great worth.

Prayers and Rites: Most rites to Kol Korran require the supplicant to melt money or similar valuables, sacrificing a small amount of wealth in exchange for earning far greater.

Shrines: Kol Korran’s temples might be of stone or wood, but they always use the best available materials. The most opulent are decorated in tapestries and silks of gold and silver. Those in the poorest com- munities sport the greatest riches that can be spared, and are painted to appear as though they contain more than they do.

Favored Weapon: Heavy mace.

Holy Symbol: A nine-sided gold coin stamped with the Octogram, or the Octogram in gold and silver, representing the wealth of precious metals.

Kol Korran

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