The Jester, The Keeper of Tales

Symbol: An open book
Home Plane: Arborea
Alignment: Chaotic good
Portfolio: Humor, storytelling, inspiration
Worshipers: Dragons, bards, performers, those who rely on luck
Cleric Alignments: NG, CG, CN
Domains: Chaos, Good, Dragon, Liberation, Rune, Purification
Favored Weapon: Short sword

Hlal is a sleek, copper-colored dragon with a ready grin and a happy glint in her eye. Of all the dragon gods, she is the most friendly to nondragons.

Hlal enjoys sharing stories and songs with those who appreciate such things, regardless of the listener’s race or background. She has little use for tyrants — even well-meaning ones — and even less patience for cruelty or bullying. She teaches that one must be free of restraint, whether real or psychological, in order to freely express one’s opinions. Hlal is regarded as Therafim's patron deity of luck, and as such, she receives a fair amount of lip service from almost everyone at some point in time.

Hlal’s clerics are often cleric/bards who use music, poetry, and tall tales to spread the faith, or gamblers with more than natural luck. Places of worship to Hlal are usually simple shrines, which can be packed up and moved to the next town or dragon’s lair at a moment’s notice. Whatever Hlal sends a follower to do is worthy of being memorialized in story or song.

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