The Church of Deshmoka
Deshmoka is worshipped as woman with dove wings and a dove-like head. Her portfolio includes the needy, the meek, orphans, the poor, prisoners, vermin, small animals, rats, and birds. She is a god of forgiveness and second chances, but also of punishment against those who take too much or cheat others.
Temples to her are typically filled with rats and pigeons. Doves and white rats are considered holy.
Worshippers are often beggars or ascetics who help the needy in cities without accumulating wealth for themselves. Worshippers often call each other pigeons or sparrows. There is also an order called the Doves who see it as their mission to preserve peace and fairness by protecting the needy from injustices and greed by those who cheat, take more than their fair share, or prey on the weak and by joining the side of those unjustly attacked by warmongers.