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Revelry Domain for Clerics


A new cleric domain option for 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons.

The celebration never dies with a Revelry Domain cleric (though the party might, so prepare cure wounds).

Clerics of the Revelry Domain keep sustain their companions with a variety of healing and rest options. They keep the party fighting after the typical adventuring day is done.

Gods of revelry teach their followers that enjoyment and satisfaction are the primary characteristics of a life well-lived. What is the point of duty, honour and toil if they don't bring you and others happiness? Gods of the harvest, such as Chauntea, Lliira, Demeter and Isis, encourage their faithful to be grateful for what they have, and to share nature's plentiful bounty with those who have less. Reckless gods such as Bacchus, however, may teach their followers to eschew responsibility and to cast aside worldly concerns for the sake of a good party, possibly to their long-term detriment.

Clerics of these gods are almost inevitably connected to the Feywild in some way. The Feywild's boundless energy and heights of emotion are the perfect fuel for the wild celebrations and festivals that these clerics seek.

Some clerics of this domain find it hard to stay in one place for long. The manic energy they channel drives them to seek thrills and adventures, often for the sake of experiencing something new rather than any particular purpose. Other clerics may find their calling in spreading joy to places that are lacking.

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