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Saturday, June 9, 2018

A Green Thumb

Gardeners of Immonhiel

Many of the gods of good bring their healing powers to bear on the world. Much of the time this is only accessible through the use of divine might. This week’s deity choose to bring healing to the world that requires no magic and does so even in places where the divine is outlawed, like Rahadoum. Immonhiel is the Empyreal Lord of herbs, medicine, and toads, and he is the patron of chronically ill. Today we look at three possible sects for our healing minded god that you may want to use in your games.

As always, let us imagine we are sitting at our theoretical gaming table. Our imaginary GM sets out the rules for the game that we will play. In this game, we are to make a follower of Immonhiel. The character does not need to be a divine caster, just a devotee of Balm-Bringer. What character do you make?

For more information on Immonhiel
Immonhiel’s Pathfinder Wiki Page 
Immonhiel’s Archives of Nethys Page 

The Gardeners

In the wilds of the River Kingdoms dwell an entire commune of Immonhiel worshipers. They live on a plot of land made up of fertile soil near the bank of one of the many flowing arms of the Sellen River. It is on this small commune that The Gardeners raise a variety of crops. Some of which they sell as food, but most of which are rare or newly bred healing herbs.

The groups is made up of five families that sought to better understand their patron. Each family has a history of plant breeding some for alchemical purposes, others for healing, but all have passed down agricultural secrets for generations. Many witches, alchemists, and brewers come to The Gardeners for their special herbs.

The Tree-Root Tribe

Although more frog-like than toad-like the Grippli tribe known as The Tree-Root are staunch followers of the Balm-Bringer. Worship of Immonhiel spread among the tribe when a travelling healer brought the then chief’s son back from the brink of death. The chief proclaimed the Empyreal Lord the patron of the entire tribe.

The healers of Immonhiel are now the moral center of the tribe. Being chosen to be one of the sacred herbalists is considered the greatest honor among the grippli. And among the tribes in the region the Tree-Root tribe is held in great esteem due to their often miraculous healing powers.

The Bramble Brewers

Half-Elves are often written off by both their parent races. However, they tend to be innovative combining aspects of both their parent’s cultures. The Bramble Brewers merge their human side’s need for change with their elf side’s love of nature under the auspices of their patron deity Immonhiel.

These alchemists’ concoctions are made from all natural ingredients as they shy away from the bizarre chemicals many of their peers use. Because of this many of their extracts and even their mutagen have effects that outwardly mimic plant life. Becoming a Bramble Brewer is a calling and any half-elf alchemist who wishes to learn their ways can.

From the simplest herb can come great healing as can from the simplest of followers of this week’s deity. Who is your disciple of Immonhiel? Why have they chosen to dedicate themselves to The Balm-Bringer? Where does their devotion to this Empyreal Lord come from? Let me know in the comments.

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