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  1. I very much enjoy that not answering isn’t punished. I don’t know if this is a tradition you made up for the goddess or if it’s in D&D lore, but it’s great that not knowing something isn’t something to be ashamed of, pretending to know something is. That singular fact can tell so much about the philosophy of a deity.

    1. I did in fact make it up, but not intentionally. It just kinda appeared and I like it. Ioun is supposed to be on the side of Good and I picture her as this mothering figure. I wish we’d had more adventures and novelizations that personified the 4e gods a bit more. They were the ones I started with, they’re the ones I default to, and they have almost no lore. It makes me sad.

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