The Raiser

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Name(s): THE RAISER, FARMER’S WIFE, THE MIDWIFE, FIELD MOTHER, QUEEN OF GREEN PASTURES, THE BRINGER OF LIFE, MOTHER TELLENE

Spheres of Influence: The Raiser holds influence over harvests, life, fertility, and agriculture.

Alignment: Neutral Good

Spells Returned: One hour before Dawn
Symbol: A blazing hearth.
Divine Focus: A pouch of seeds or a sheaf of wheat.
Weapon: Sickle
Domains: Good, Healing, Plant, Protection, Community, Creation Family

Appearance: The Raiser appears as a plump, gray-haired woman with “a smile as wide as her hips”. She dresses in a common housedress with a white apron.

Allies: The Home Foundation, the Temple of the Three Strengths, the House of Solace, the Face of the Free, the Founder’s Creation, the Assembly of the Four Corners

Enemies: The Congregation of the Dead, the House of Knives, the House of Hunger, the House of Vice, Temple of Strife, the Conventicle of Affliction, the Order of Agony, the Church of Endless Night

The Role of the Church
A Friend of the Fields is often called upon to bless the land several times during the year. First when the crops are planted, to assure a good season, then again at the beginning and end of the harvest, to thank the Raiser for letting the crops grow and to protect the harvest from vermin in storage. Priests praise healthy work and teach farmers on proper cropping practices and advanced techniques such as irrigation. Alcolytes often serve their apprenticeships as field hands on temple lands, or travel with a priest to a distant village to help dig water ditches or raise a barn.

Names:
Merchant’s Tongue: The Raiser, Farmer’s Wife, The Midwife, Field Mother, Queen of Green Pastures, The Bringer of Life, Mother Tellene
Brandobian: Liela
Dejy: Shanydefyn
Fhokki: Dhytorrfhokker
Kalamaran: Regorike
Reanaarese: Naataal
Svimohzish: Ehsiwhomnesh
Low Elven: Adrabrintariel
Dwarven: Kelburd
Gnomish: Grozer
Halfling: Dari
Hobgoblin: Dolkagh-Naz-Kelgar
Orc: Vralg

Sayings:
Home is where the hearth is
May you have a long life and fruitful seed
We reap what we sow
May the seed of your loin be fruitful in the belly of your woman
One should be like the land and enjoy growth
There is always room for one more
Children are cheaper by the dozen

The Raiser

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