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AD&D Deities: Hobbits
Hobbits tend to worship a pantheon of benevolent gods. These may be selected by player characters, especially those of the halfling races. Kender are technically not Halflings, and adhere to Krynn gods.
Yondalla is a greater goddess, lawful good like her halfling worshippers. She is provider and protector, a goddess of fertility, growth, birth, and youth who also defends her followers. Services to worship her are held once a week, on what is called "safeday".
Sheela Peryroyl The Wise is a true neutral lesser goddess worshipped by all alignments. Her province includes agriculture, nature, and weather.
Arvoreen The Defender is a lawful good lesser god worshipped by all good and morally neutral warriors--fighters and fighter/thieves. Although he is as near as the halflings have to a god of war, he believes in combat for defensive purposes, and he himself never attacks until assaulted. Although there are many fighter/thieves among his worshippers, he discourages thieving, and insists that it be limited to use against enemies to bring about victory, and not to enrich oneself.
Cyrrollalee The Faithful is lawful good, and worshipped by those of all good alignments. This lesser goddess protects the home, and stands for friendships and trust. She opposes thieves who steal from the homes of hobbits, and anyone who breaks an oath. There are a few fighters among the mostly common folk who follow her.
Brandobaris is only a demigod, but this Master of Stealth is worshipped by all thieves and other adventurers, especially fighter/thieves, regardless of whether they match his true neutral alignment. He honors those who take exceptional risks, and his followers tend to be daring.
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