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|Home Plane:||Infernal Battlefield of Archeron (Thuladanin)|
|Portfolio:||Order, status quo, honor, and knowledge.|
|Clergy Alignments:||Lawful Neutral, Lawful Good, Lawful Evil, True Neutral|
|Domains:||Earth, Knowledge, Law, Magic, Nobility, Protection, Rune|
Summary::God of order and preservation, he offers protection against nature, standing as a symbol for civilization, government, and in extremes, tyranny. He opposes the god Anomos, and often is patron to governments, for better or worse, so long as there is order. He is also a god of honor and keeping one's word. He cares for the big picture, and for the greater good, or perhaps the greater order.
He appears as a giant half-fish half-bull, much like a bovine capricorn. He carries a warhammer in one hand representing the need for force, and scales in the other representing balance, as well as judgement. He is missing one eye, lost in a quest for enlightment, and is a master of magic. His body and scales are said to be covered in the runes of every spell ever created.
Order, peace, and knowledge. Without knowledge, one does not have power. Without power, one cannot impose order. Without order, there cannot be peace and security. Gaining power is encouraged, but on the other hand there is often strict castes and codes of conduct one much do to obtain such. Power is not free, or given out on whim, but those in power are presumably the best of the best.
Clergy and Temples Edit
A favorite of governments, temples tend to be serious, ornate, and regular in style. They favor geometric shapes and even edges, plain colors, and rituals. Clergy are obvious, as they all wear the same purple, black, and white outfits and they are encouraged to live as if they were one.
Heirarque is a god of the Cor pantheon.