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PFS StandardBrigh (The Whisper In Bronze)

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Source Gods & Magic pg. 56 2.0
Brigh’s exact origins are unknown, though her priests and various religious scholars have many theories on the matter. Some believe she was a construct who achieved consciousness and a spark of divinity, while others think she was a human alchemist and inventor who discovered ways to fuse mechanical components with her own physiology. Regardless of her origins, Brigh is a patient and thoughtful god who promotes unending curiosity and constant intellectual advancement. Her two most common forms are a humanoid woman made of bronze clockwork and a human woman wearing a bronze skullcap and armor composed of gears and other movable metal pieces. Though Brigh’s usual demeanor is composed and reserved, she isn’t an unfeeling automaton; she deeply cherishes the creations she and her followers make, and most of her worshippers feel the same way.

Category Other Gods
Edicts craft new creations, pay attention to details, share achievements
Anathema carelessly destroy others’ creations or research, enslave intelligent constructs, abuse constructs, refuse to acknowledge or learn from mistakes
Areas of Concern clockwork, invention, and time
Follower Alignments NG, LN, N, CN, NE
Pantheons Pillars of Knowledge

Devotee Benefits

Divine Ability Intelligence or Wisdom
Divine Font harm or heal
Divine Sanctification can choose holy or unholy [Nethys Note: Generated per Remaster Compatibility FAQ]
Divine Skill Crafting
Favored Weapon light hammer
Domains creation, earth, knowledge, time
Alternate Domains fire
Cleric Spells 1st: temporary tool, 4th: creation, 7th: duplicate foe

Divine Intercession

The Whisper in Bronze doesn’t dole out punishments or rewards to her followers lightly.
Source Gods & Magic - Web Supplement pg. 4

Minor Boon: Knowledge floods your mind. Once, you can reroll a failed skill check to Recall Knowledge; you must use the second result, even if it’s worse.
Moderate Boon: You become a wellspring of invention. You gain the Inventor feat, even if you don’t meet its prerequisites, and when you roll a Crafting check for the Inventor feat, you use the result one degree of success better than the result you rolled.
Major Boon: You gain the companionship of a loyal construct ally of Brigh’s choice at least 1 level lower than you. If the construct is destroyed, it rebuilds itself over the course of a week, and as you gain levels, the construct upgrades and improves itself, becoming more powerful.

Minor Curse: Your hands shake when attempting delicate work. All your failures to Craft or Repair items are instead critical failures.
Moderate Curse: Whenever you try to perform engineering or science tasks, everything just seems to explode. Whenever you attempt to create or use an alchemical item or a construct, Disable a Device, and so on, you must attempt a DC 15 flat check. On a failure, something explodes and you take 1d6 fire damage (or a different type of damage, if appropriate) per level of the item, construct, or device (DC 40 basic Reflex save).
Major Curse: Constructs—even mindless constructs you thought you could control—seek your demise. All constructs are hostile to you and attack you when they notice your presence. Occasionally, inanimate statues and other objects animate as constructs to pursue Brigh’s vengeance.