My friends and I are starting a 5e campaign, and I have a Dragonborn Paladin of Bahamut nearly ready to go. As I was working through, the personality trait "I quote (or misquote) sacred texts and proverbs ion almost every situation" of the Acolyte background. This sounds like it could lead to a lot of fun, so I want to take it. However, I can't seem to find anything to actually quote!
Granted, I don't have every book ever published, but I have a good selection of the 3.5 books. The one titled "Faiths and Pantheons" from the Forgotten Realms doesn't even make reference to Bahamut. "Deities and Demigods" does, but only about a page, and most of that are his stats as an NPC. The 5e player's handbook is absolutely no help, in that it only has a table of deities and alignments at the end, without even the barest description.
I've hit Google and found a few things, such as this, a story of the "Church of Bahamut in Cormyr and the Stonelands", which is third-party, but passable, in the sense that there is at least something to quote.
I can make things up on the fly based on his dogma, but that would hardly be quoting, would it?
I'm also not completely married to the idea of Bahamut; he just seems to be a nice guy and it would make sense that Dragonborn would tend to follow him. So the question boils down to two. Where can I find more sacred texts? Are there other, more popular, gods with more quotable scripture?