Procan

Gender: Male
Rank: Intermediate Deity
Areas of Concern/Portfolio: Seas, Sea Life, Salt, Sea Weather, Navigation
Titles: The Storm Lord, Sailor of Sea and Sky
Holy Symbol: Trident over a cresting wave
Alignment: CN
Origin of Worship: Oeridian
Favored Weapon: Trident
Weapon of the Deity Spell: trident of fish command
Domains: Animal, Chaos, Luck, Travel, Water, Weather.
Special Notes: Divine spellcasters can produce fresh or salt water when casting the spell create water. They make their holy water from salt water as well.

Procan (PROH-kan) is the father of the Oeridian wind gods (Atroa, Sotillion, Telchur, and Wenta) and the sky-god Velnius. He usually ignores other gods save those who rival his control of the sea (Osprem and Xerbo). Typically worshipped for his aquatic aspect, a few inland peoples revere him as a weather god. He is greedy, tempestuous, and mercurial, rarely keeping the same mood for more than an hour. His trident Undertow is made of coral and gold and finds sunken treasure; this weapon over a cresting wave is his holy symbol. “The seas and skies are ever-changing and unpredictable. The waters that blanket the earth are deep and unknowable, and their waves can pull down any ship not guided by Procan. He must be honoured so that one can avoid his fury in the greatest storms and reap the bounties of the deep blue waters. Life came from the sea and to the sea all life will return.” Clerics of Procan avoid complexities in life (the faith itself has few rituals) and usually live on or near the sea, attending to those who earn their livelihood on the seas. They are considered good luck on sea voyages, and are often hired by captains, or choose to pilot their own vessels. They may be leaders or enemies of pirates. Holy water is made from salt water; their create water cantrips may create fresh or salty water.

Procan

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