Mon-Ey Lord of the D20 Summit

The D20 Summit is an event where world leaders gather to invoke Mon-Ey the Invisible Hand aka the God of Commerce. By worshiping his wealthiness they hope to bring good fortune to their nations and curb his chaotic whims. The Summit was first held after Mon-Ey  turned all gold to dung on a lark. Right before the world economy went to snot he reverted currency back to its former value.  It’s hoped that annual worship by the rulers of the 20 wealthiest nations on Earth will convince Mon-Ey to stop being a dick.


The Invisible Hand

His Wealthiness

James Cameron


Chaotic Neutral





Reality TV



Bankers, merchants, kings. . . who am I kidding? Everyone worships him.

Cleric Alignments

Any, Mon-Ey doesn’t care.


Artifice, Chaos, Law, Luck, Madness, Travel, Trickster, James Cameron

Favored Weapon



Mon-Ey became a god when he convinced Lord Id Iot to trade his divinity for a button. Seeing how well that worked he’s been getting sentients to value gold over food ever since.

When no one’s looking he eats the food.


Mon-Ey is strongly opposed to the goddess Truth, she always ruins his fun.

Jeniva also cheeses him off.

He’s got a fine working relationship with Moloch. He has been known to hang with both Liberty and Slavery on equal measure.

Appearance and Emissaries

He’s an invisible hand, you can’t see him.

Montgomery Burns is his high priest.

Richie Rich is his only son, well at least officially.

Strangely James Cameron is not an avatar of Mon-Ey, the god simply likes his movies so makes sure they earn a lot of gold.


Humanity in general.

Church of Mon-Ey

The Invisible Hand is worshiped in many ways all over the world. One of the D20 Summit’s goals is to codify this worship so as to hopefully make their god less chaotic. So far that hasn’t worked.

Mon-Ey has little ATM shrines scattered across the world. Those who work hard pray there to get cash. Those who trick those who work hard pray there to get a lot of cash.

Holy Texts

Anything by Ayn Rand. Also, Twilight.


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