Deamod e'Lufaren

A person without a temple is clearly without spiritual home... And where there is no temple, there can be no homes. As we break ground it is my hope that, when this marvelous Temple is complete, it will help us to build those homes that we both desperately crave, and so dearly need in this new world.
Deamod e'Lufaren, High Priest of Farenthal and founder of the Temple of a Thousand Faces;
Tolara, 30 Fenet 5730
 

Born in Olienn like many settlers, as an individual, Deamod was well known among the religious for his immense care for both the spiritual and physical well being of his congregation; early on in his life, well before his joining of the Priesthood, he had taken a personal vow of Celibacy and Poverty in order to better help others, and held true to that vow throughout his entire life- never breaking his convictions.

Part of the third wave to arrive on the continent in 5728, two years later in 5730, he- along with Aaina Viswan- broke ground on the building that would later become known as the Temple of a Thousand Faces... The first Tolaran wonder, centerpoint of faith on the continent, and (eventually) headquarters of the Priest's Guild after the Ferenian Migration and the events that spawned it.

Under his 80 year leadership, the completed Temple and its Priesthood was instrumental in helping to establish the safety, security, and general health of the early Tolaran colonies- taking the personal convictions and actions of Imalda e'Yisonn to heart, and transforming it into the foundational principles on which the Temple opperated.

NPC - Deamod
Retired by Nestor Papatriantafullou
Honorary & Occupational Titles

Former High Priest of Farenthal
Founder of the Temple of a Thousand Faces

Species
The Civilized Races
Ethnicity
Solar (Elf)
Life
5385 - 5861 (Died 476 years old)
Birthplace
Olienn
Biological Sex
Male
Sexuality
Celibate
Eyes
Amber
Hair
Long; Pale Blonde / White
Height
6 ft 5 in / 196 cm
Weight
170 lbs / 77 kilos


Cover image: Flooded Temple by Jordan Grimmer

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