Ilmater Spiral Notebook (DnD deity of the oppressed)
The symbol of Ilmater, the Crying God. Ilmater is the god of those who suffer, the oppressed, and the persecuted - He offers them relief and support, encourages them to endure, and who encourages others to help them, take their burdens or take their places. His portfolio includes endurance, martyrdom, perseverance, and suffering. Ilmater is a gentle, good-spirited, even-tempered deity who willingly shoulders the burdens of a long-suffering world. Ilmater is a faerunian deity (D&D), a common deity among many good clerics and paladins.
Great for taking notes on your D&D campaign, write a detailed character background, or just doodle some pictures while your DM goes through a lengthy monologue. This 118 page spiral notebook with ruled line paper is a perfect companion for your next adventure. The durable printed cover makes the owner proud to carry it everywhere.
.: 118 ruled line single pages
.: Front cover print
.: Black back cover
.: Approximate dimensions: Width: 6in; Height: 8in; Thickness: 0.6in
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My first Dnd character was a paladin of Tempus so this shirt was must have! Great service with seller and great product!
Helm is the paladin of one of my players so this shirt was a must! Great product and service!
It’s a nice compact notebook and even has a pocket inside which is useful. I gave it four stars because I was thinking that the Tymora coin image was raised but it is flat. Still I love it and I’m using it for my D&D character who follows Tymora.
I saw a cover I liked and asked if they had another specific one and they said they would make it. So I ordered both and my players really like them.