Whither Wander You?
Found on the many paths of the world, those often trod and those that are not are small lodges that act as shrines to The Journeyman. It is customary of followers who visit these shrines, whether for refuge or for religious reasons, to leave part of their rations behind for the next traveler, or a book, map or scribed song. Some adherents of the faith spend their entire lives traveling the many roads of the world, offering guidance and clearing the ways of obstacles and dangers.
The Journeyman is the god of wanderlust, and so too are his followers similarly possessed.
He is depicted as a traveler in a brown dirty cloak and tunic, staff in hand with a brim hat pulled down over his face to protect against the weather, the journeyman is the patron god of bards and any who seek knowledge that can only be obtained through experiences and travel. The Journeyman represents natural knowledge, luck in endeavors, but also trickery and misfortune. It is often said that he delights in the turning of fortune to watch his followers overcome hardships and learn from mistakes.
Clerics and Paladins of The Journeyman often tend to these lodges, maintaining their good states and seeking paths less traveled to expand their knowledge.
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Portfolio: Nature, Travel, Luck, Exploration, Knowledge, Deception
Domains: Nature, Arcana, Knowledge, Trickery
Classes: Paladin, Cleric, Druid, Bard
Holy Sigil: A Brass Circle, bisected by a rod.