Alright so we have a new rule going into play here. All three DMs are in favor of it, there is no disgareement at all. So I am making this post so the players can discuss it a bit, maybe give some input. I am most likely going to put it officially into effect in the middle of next week at which time it will get migrated to an actual page in the homebrew section.
This first round of homebrew is for Performance themed dieties, because of course it is.
If performances fall into the portfolio of your deity you may make a performance check paired with a knowledge religion check as a religious act once per day in an attempt to appeal to your deity. The lowest of the two rolls is the deciding factor in this attempt, similar to how disadvantage works. This roll is then compared to the sacrificial rewards table found on page 27 of the Book of Vile Darkness.
One can bypass the disadvantage element by making a ritual sacrifice in place of the knowledge religion check. The sacrifice may come in what ever form is of interest and appeals to the deity in question and should have a value of roughly (10*perfroemr’s level) in GP. For deities that favor beauty of sorts this may be incesnts or perfumes being burnt. For that that favor the hunt this could mean meats or hides.
If this gains traction among the players this is likely to mean more of these homebrew are going to come up relating to methods and interests of other deities.