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Wyst's symbol.jpg
Alignment Chaotic Good
Divine Rank Lesser Goddess
Pantheon Manifest
Portfolio Roads, travelers
Domains Chaos, Good, Travel, Protection
Home Plane Unknown
Worshippers Halflings, caravaners, rangers, rogues
Favoured Weapon Halfspear

Wyst, the Wanderer is the Ghostwalk goddess of travelers and roads.


Wyst's church is very mobile and far-spread, with her temples doubling a roadside inns for travelers. Others take the mobile aspect literally, with the temples being mobile caravans who take care of roads and help travelers in remote areas. Hierarchy is barely existant in the church, with other member comparing how many miles they've travelled in their lifetime to determine the hierarchy. The clerics move regularily from place to place, they're not allowed to stay in the same building any longer than a month, blessing roads and caravans, and preparing, as well as appraising, trade goods. Middle days of months, seasons, and years holy days, as temporal journeys are then halfway done.


Wyst is depicted as a slight woman with sun-browned skin and sharp, grey eyes, leaning on a spear.


Life is a grand journey and an opportunity to see all the fantastic things in the world. A person should be free to wander, following the roads others have created or creating her own. Thank old paths for their security, and start new paths for the challenge. Seek out the world, for it is too busy moving to seek out you. Lean on Wyst’s spear when you are weary, and wield it when you are threatened. Know that her watchful eye will find your path when you are unable to see it for yourself.

The deities of Ghostwalk
Lawful Neutral Chaotic
Good Durann Aluvan - Eanius Soggelos - Wyst
Neutral Chaniud
Galaedros - Nessek Tephaneron
Evil Phaant Khostren Orcus