Olidarma (Greyhawk 4E)

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Greyhawk for 4E

Chaotic Neutral

The god of wine, merriment, dalliance, trickery, luck, and thievery, Olidarma is a happy scoundrel. He rarely steals from a poor man and loves to teach pompous fools a lesson, but he can be thoughtless and his pranks can be cruel. His few devout worshippers are satyrs, drunks, prostitutes, gamblers, and thieves, but few will refuse a toast to the god of merriment. His teachings vary from priest to priest, but most will agree on this:

  • Life is not meant to be taken seriously. Make fun of those who pretend it is.
  • Make the best of today while forgetting tomorrow.
  • Chance is your friend – even bad luck has its rewards.

Known as Baervan in olden times and among gnomes, Olidarma has numerous exarchs – and regularly appears in different guise to keep others on their toes. Erevan Ilesere is the elven god of mischief, change, and thievery. Brandobaris is the halfling patron of thieves. Rudd is the Oerdian goddess of luck and swashbuckling, Norebo the Suel god of luck and gambling.

Scoundrel's Luck Feat Power
You break the rules!
Immediate Interrupt      Close Burst 5
Target: You or one ally in burst

Trigger: You or an ally makes a skill check or attribute check.

Effect: The target gains a +2 bonus to one attribute check or skill check. You can use this power after you know the result of the check.