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IndarielEdit

Greater Deity
Symbol: A helm over a shield, with crossed spears
Home Plane: Upper Celestial Plane
Alignment: Lawful Good
Portfolio: Discipline, Skill, Devotion, Resourcefulness, Tactics
Clergy Alignments: Lawful Neutral, Lawful Good, Neutral Good
Domains: Law, Good, Knowledge, Protection
Favored Weapon: Polearms

Summary::Known also as the Golden General, the Holy Warrior, the Queen of the Valkyrie, and the Tactician. She is the general of the armies of good, and the first defense against the hordes of the Abyss. She venerates those who dedicate their lives to pursuing perfection, whether it be war, architecture, combat, or even thievery (though they must be punished for their crimes, their skill is admirable). Of all the Vaeryans, Indariel is most beloved by the Elves, as she was queen of their ancestors, the Valkyrie. She is a skilled warrior, but her skills are best utilized for planning and leading than actually fighting. Skill and dedication are her most venerated attributes.

Dogma Edit

Followers of Indariel strive to achieve their maximum potential in whatever field of pursuit they find themselves in. Whether it be art, combat, magic, politics, or even manual labor, those favored by Indariel put forth their every effort to excel.

Clergy and Temples Edit

This pantheon of seven gods and goddesses is known at least to some extent all over the world. The gods are referred to as 'The Vaeryans', and they are credited with the creation of Vaerya. The seven are defenders of good, and are forever at war with Kaiten the Fallen and the dragon gods. Indariel holds the place to the left of Yaviandawe in traditional representation. Temples to the Seven can be found all over the world, ranging from elaborate citadels of worship to tiny shrines in the remote places of the world.



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