|Green disc or a rotund female figure|
|Aliases||The Oerth Mother|
|Alignment||True Neutral (Neutral Good tendencies)|
|Divine Rank||Greater Goddess|
|Portfolio||Oerth, nature, rain|
|Domains||3E: Animal, Creation, Earth, Plant, Water, Weather
|Home Plane||Prime Material Plane (Oerth)|
|Worshippers||Druids, rangers, farmers|
|Favoured Weapon||Club, druid weapons|
Beory (pronounced bay-OH-ree) is the Oerth Mother, the personification of the world of Oerth, who cares for nothing else but the well-being and fate of the world.
Beory is worshipped everywhere in Flanaess, especially among those of Flan descent. Her clerics are contemplative and often work together with druids. They tend to be slow to act, as they always try to see the greater picture before acting, and when they do act, they are focused on the solution and direct. The clerics also wander the world to feel the sensastions of the world and heal any wounds on it.
The Oerth is the wellspring of all life. Whether on the surface, below the waves, or underground, all life is part ofthe cycle of birth, life, and death, and part of Beory. She inspires every living thing to grow, nurtures them with blessed rain, and calls them to herself when it is time to die. Disasters that cause widespread destruction are agony to her. The actions of individuals are of no consequence unless they threaten the Oerth.