Greater Power of the Prime Material Plane
Symbol: A fruit
Home Plane: Prime Material Plane/Oerth/Hepmonaland
Alignment: Neutral good (LG)
Core Worshipers: Touv
Domains: Community* (CD), Creation* (CD), Good, Knowledge, Luck, Plant, Protection.
Favored Weapon: (+1 defending scythe)
Description: Uvot is the creator and leader of the Touv pantheon. He personifies the bounty of the land and the prosperity to be gained by utilizing its gifts. He is the antithesis of destruction, and his priests are never allowed to use spells that cause wanton destruction. He is normally portrayed as a Touv child surrounded by fruits, grains, and crafted items, or as a giant Touv man carrying these items in his arms. Priests of Uvot are resourceful individuals who use their talents and knowledge to help their people prosper. They teach medicine, bless marriages, and give advice on crops, finding water, hunting, and utilizing available resources. Their advice is not always asked for but it is almost always right. Ceremonial garb includes fine animal skins and cloth garments.
Uvot is portrayed as a Touv child surrounded by fruits, grains, and crafted items, or as a giant Touv man carrying these things in his arms.
Relationships: Uvot is the creator and leader of the Touv pantheon, which also includes the gods Berna, Breeka, Damaran, Katay, Kundo, Meyanok, Nola, Vogan, and Xanag.
Dogma: Uvot personifies the bounty of the land and the prosperity to be gained by using his gifts. He is the antithesis of destruction.
Clergy: Priests and shamans of Uvot teach medicine, bless marriage, and give advice on crops, finding water, hunting, and how best to use the resources available. Their advice is not always solicited by others, but it is usually correct. They may use atl-atls, clubs, daggers, hand axes, scythes, short bows, sickles, and staves, and wear any nonmetal armor. Their favored weapon is the scythe, with other preferred weapons being daggers, quarterstaffs, and sickles. They wear fine animal skins and cloth garments.
Holy days: The first day of the week in the Touv calendar, Uday, is named for Uvot.