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Monday, March 18, 2013

Petty God - Pandantilus, Lord of the Privy and Patron of Gong Farmers and Muck Rackers

Random Wooden Crescent Moon
Found on the Interwebs
(My first submission to the reborn Petty Gods project)

Name: Pandantilus
Symbol: A Wooden Cresent Moon
Alignment: Neutral
Movement: 120’
Armor Class: 0
Hit Points (Hit Dice): 122 hp (22 HD)
Attacks: Special
Damage: Special
Save: M22
Morale: 10
Hoard Class: Poop, Incidental Treasure (random coins, rings and such)
XP: 12,000

Pandantilus, Lord of the Privy and Patron of Gong Farmers and Muck Rackers, is worshipped by nearly all, even if most of such worship is unintentional. Pandantilus sees the mere act of using a privy as worship by the user, and any words or sounds that pass in the privy are prayers that reach his ears.

When walking the lands, he appears as a gong farmer, complete with rake and burlap sack. His appearance is nondescript, but his odor is noticeable and hangs about him with effects similar to that of a Stinking Cloud.

Pandantilus is not a combatant, and would sooner leave the area than to lower himself to actively engage opponents.  He can use any sewer, privy, muck pit or the like to travel, much like a  Druid’s Pass Plant spell, but the range is in miles, not feet.

Gong Farmers and Muck Rackers offer prayers to Panadatilus in the hopes of finding some small valuables while shoveling waste material. Privy users say prayers in the hopes of peacefully passing waste material.

2 comments:

  1. Don't you think his Hoard should be exactly 2000cp?

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    1. I am submitting more than one Petty God ;)

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