Avandra

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Avandra
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Alignment Chaotic Good
Pantheon Dawn War
Portfolio Freedom, trade, travel, adventure, the frontier.
Domains Change, Freedom, Luck
Home Plane Prime Material Plane (Nentir Vale)
Worshippers Travelers

Avandra is the good D&D deity of change, luck, trade, and travel. She was introduced in Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition, and has not been used since then.

Overview[edit]

Avandra is a free spirit at heart, and her shrines are more likely to be found in the wilderness than they are in cities. Her worshipers are most often merchants, halflings, rogues, and various other adventurers- although as the god of luck, she's fairly popular in general. She is closely allied with Melora, Sehanine, and Corellon Larethian, with her Exalted spending much of their afterlives in and around the latter's domain of Arvandor.

TL;DR She is basically Tymora from Forgotten Realms.

The deities of 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons
Lawful Neutral Chaotic
Good Bahamut
Haramathur - Moradin
Amoth - Lakal
Nusemnee - Pelor
Avandra - Corellon
Sehanine
Neutral Erathis - Sagawehn Aurom - Io - Ioun
Melora - Raven Queen
Gorellik
Kord - Laeris
Evil Asmodeus
Bane - Tiamat
Nerull - Torog - Vecna Gruumsh - Khala - Lolth
Tharizdun - Zehir