Tales of Telluria: Birthright and DeathRight
Spheres of Influence: The Vicelord is the god of sloth and vice.
Alignment: Chaotic Evil
Spells Returned: At Midnight
Symbol: Varies regionally (i.e. male boar wearing a crown)
Divine Focus: Boar genitals or tusks wrapped in the hair of a convert.
Weapon: Heavy pick
Domains: Animal, Chaos, Evil, Trickery
Appearance: His Immenseness often takes the form of a large animal, although the Slayer of Morals rarely takes the same form twice. In any guise, the Violator of the Pure always appears as an incredibly obese, sexually aroused male.
Allies: The Confuser of Ways, the Temple of Sleepless Nights, the Order of the Passionate One
Enemies: The Home Foundation, the Fraternal Order of Aptitude, the Church of the Life’s Fire, the Hall of Oaths, the Parish of Love
The Role of the Church
The goal of the Vicelords is to tempt people (preferably devout members of another temple, but anyone will do) into performing acts of depravity to demonstrate the glorious power of their master.
Merchant’s Tongue: The Vicelord, The Insulter, His Immenseness, Abaser, The Indolent One, Master of Depravity, Slayer of Morals, Violator of the Pure, The Ravisher, Sodomizer of All
Low Elven: Lhaghari
Lewdness is best preformed on the innocent
Purity is a state most easily cured
Why do tomorrow what you can put off until next week?
Only those who do not labor are not slaves