The patron of all learning and knowledge, Oghma’s temples tend to overlap with universities and libraries, as well as courts in her position as a god of written laws, binding contracts, and formal order. Some also worship her as goddess of stories, poetry, and song, and the oldest bardic university is dedicated to Oghma. There is something of a friendly rivalry between Oghma, representing the more academic arts, and Lyssa, the more expressive. As a revealer of knowledge, Oghma is a goddess of prophecy and some of her temples are dedicated to oracles.
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