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|Symbol:||A heavily stylized flame|
|Home Plane:||Heroic Domains of Ysgard (Muspelheim)|
|Portfolio:||Natural disasters, weather, anarchy, and battle.|
|Clergy Alignments:||Chaotic Neutral, Chaotic Good, Chaotic Evil, True Neutral|
|Domains:||Chaos, Destruction, Fire, Luck, Strength, War, Weather|
Summary::God of the chaotic whims of nature and the mortal heart, Anomos keeps the world on its toes acting as both friend and foe as he sees fit. Anomos is as chaotic as the fey, always hungering for something new and having no mores to hold him back. He desires anarchy, and has control over the weather, bringing both calm skies and terrible storms in the same breath.
Anomos is said to have some connection to the god Oan, given both have a similar appearance as lung dragons of a sort. But while Oan is a gentle white furred snake, Anomos has no fire, its skin seems as molten rock, its eyes burn with unnatural flame, and when it roars it is said to form volcanoes. He has 6 limbs, and is said to live underground within molten caves, or hidden under the surface of the ocean.
Anomos wishes for his followers to enjoy their freedom and fight against any force of law which would control them and sway them from what they wish. Those who pray to him in battle desire their attacks to drive the enemy into disorder faster than their allies, and to bring down great natural hazards against them. Without a clear goal in mind, followers of Anomos have taken many interpretations, some as benign freedom fighters, and others as bloodythirsty warmongers. Infighting is common.
Clergy and Temples Edit
Churches of Anomos are either nonexistant, or utilitarian constructions that are more fortress than temple, depending on the prevailing interpreation of Anomos' dogma. Those who take on his more natural aspects often have wooden or stone temples suitable for druids and fey. His clergy comes in all types, most common with nomads, travelers, and adventurers, as well as certain military organizations.
Anomos is a god of the Cor pantheon.