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Llorix (also The Light, The Fire King, The Creator) is the supreme ruler of the Pantheon of Twelve and the god of light, fire and insight.  


Llorix is said to have created nearly all members of the Pantheon. While dwarven scholars claim that Llorix did not create the deity Khandar, the god of rocks and mountains, the elven tradition states that only Llorix has existed since the beginning of time and Khandar emerged from him. Both races agree, however, that Khandar and Llorix are rivals and that it was a fight between them that created Waye and Zodan: the heat of Llorix caused Khandar to sweat, and from this sweat emerged Zodan, while the roughness of Khandar caused Llorix to bleed, and from this blood emerged Waye.   Impregnating Waye led to the birth of the Divine Twins Ildan and Forx, while Llorix also created Dorgoth, Ush and Tyra.  

Churches and worship

As the leader of the Pantheon, Llorix is worshipped by all races and cultures. Within [[Uktaria]] and other lands of the Southern Arm, Llorix is considered a fearsome god requiring constant appeasement through sacrifice.  

Centers of worship

  • The Sun Temple in Uktarian Darkash is the largest temple devoted to Llorix
  • In eastern Dathyll, the Circle of Spirits is visited by pilgrims of all races to worship Llorix during the Festival of Birds
  • Within the northern Furnace Mountains, orcs maintain the Burning Temple where they worship the Fire King
  • The Sun Temple of Lloridan in Lloridan, Zhai is the last place where Llorix appeared to the world

Divine Domains

Light, fire, insight

Holy Books & Codes

Holy books

The oldest scripture known related to Llorix is the epic elven poem Thihel Skyra Khandris Ouatassel (In the Shadow of Our World). In this poem, the Bird God Bathusem cast a year of darkness over the forest, rendering it lifeless, still and barren. Then, a band of wood elves come upon Llorix and air their grievances, to which Llorix responds that his light can help them, if they only let it in. The poem describes in great detail how Llorix' light bring warmth, life and joy to the world. The halflings have a similar story (titled The Spark, although in their version (which comes as a bardic song) the god Forx has brought darkness to the world and it is through the act of song that the light of Llorix starts shining again.   Many worshipers of Llorix on the Northern Arm take In the Shadow of Our World as the clearest depiction of what Llorix means to the world. Moreover, they take to heart the declaration that by spreading joy and lighting the souls of others, they are doing Llorix' will and will earn his blessing.   On the Southern Arm, however, Llorix is worshipped in radically different ways. There, he is worshiped as the Lord of Fire and the Uktarian Akradi ek'Lorek is a list of trials young men must pass to become worthy in the eyes of Llorix.
Divine Classification

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