Tommimao is most often
worshipped as the patron of travelers. He is the deity of guides in a
world without maps. He is also known as the patron of the addicted.
After the Doggeden War, Amat
was banished from Habololy. To ensure he would not return, the deities
tasked several individuals to keep watch over Amat. Tommimao was one of
those individuals. He was the only one to return to Habololy to warn of
the return of Amat. The Counsil rewarded him by promoting him to their
Tommimao quickly took to life
as a deity. He was more involved in the lives of his fledgling religion
than any other deity. He was involved in the mortal world in a way no
other deity did, and he got caught up in it. Tommimao remains active on
the world, helping Habololy’s races make their way safely from place to
place. He personally trains every pathfinder for at least a week.
The clerics of Tommimao
emulate their deity in both virtue and sin. They are helpful and
concerned, but indulgent. They live this life and preach it to the
faithful, and to other religions and cults. The religion of Tommimao has
a shrine in more towns and cities than any other deity.
Tommimao and his faithful
adhere to few rules without question. Sometimes favoring the Counsil, at
other times speaking against it. Sometimes aiding the cults, while at
other times working to defeat them. Views vary from cleric to cleric as
often as from time to time.
Much of the Counsil does not
approve of Tommimao, but they pay him little attention. His religion is
consistent in its size, but has one of the lowest life expectancies of any
faith. Since the views of the clerics change frequently, it is difficult
for them to find any long term allies. All of the cults work against
Tommimao, as he is seen as a weak link in the Counsil, one that could be
eliminated or persuaded.
The most commonly used method of travel: horse, griffon, feet, etc.
Travelers, Guides, Intervention, Pipeweed,
Plane of Existence:
Animal, Libertaion, Mischief, Travel
Prayer Time: Any time between morning meal and
Turn Undead: Know
Direction as spell of same name
(number of times per day as a cleric of the same level could turn undead)
Back from the Dead:
Number of Faithful:
Dogma: The journey of
life is more important than the destination. The more things that are
encountered in life, the more full of a life it is. Helping others fill
their life is just as important as goal as filling one’s own life.
Anything that prevents the expansion of someone’s experience is bad.
Death is the end of the road, so make sure that the road is long and full.
Feast Day: 20th