Tag: Lords of Law and Chaos

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  • Octavia

    Her domains include Justice, love, and music. The most lowly thief and the powerful corrupt official are equally guilty in the eyes of Octavia. Her concern is equal treatment under the law of all individuals, not how the law may or may not line up with …

  • He Who First Said No

    Most frequently inscribed with the shorthand "NO." The first of the Lords of Law to ascend, and among the few of the ancients to still retain a distinct identity among the pantheons. Builders of walls, writers of edicts, and casters of counterspells all …

  • Selkus

    Arrangements, agreements, contracts, marriages, bills of sale, and even the simple nod and handshake fall under Selkus’s domain. When a paladin "gives his Word," he puts himself in Selkus’s hands. A paladin’s Word includes a curse cast upon himself, …

  • Lucon

    Domains include husbandry, inheritance, property, royalty, tradition, folklore. Anything that is passed down from one generation to the next falls under Lucon’s domain. As a Lord of Law, he presides over hereditary monarchy and inheritance laws. Long ago, …

  • Gythax

    Among the most widely accepted Lords of Chaos, Gythax was the younger brother of [[:lucon | Lucon]] and both coveted and resented Lucon's birthright. Rejecting his heritage and striking out on his own, Gythax became a great hero and ultimately forged his …

  • Manx

    Libraries, logistics, bureaucracy, clockwork, militaries, orchestral music, plantation agriculture. Manx rules over anything where many small things must fit together to create a greater whole. He is a patron of any who have to obey orders and of those …

  • Ollik

    Olik is the patron of those who change the status quo. He is the patron of daring reformers who seek to improve an organization from within, and of revolutionaries who tear it down from without. Incremental change is not his domain. Tinkers who iterate on …

  • Timor

    In his role as a Lord of Law, he is the patron of executioners, policemen, and karmic justice, the lord of punishment. If you have hurt society, society will hurt you back through a servant of Timor. More generally, his domain is consequences. Action and …

  • Schafroyd

    Once an undefeated gladiator and famously degenerate hedonist, Schafroyd gives joy to mortals who prove themselves superior. He doesn't precisely ask his followers to be their _best_ self specifically so much as to prove they're better than everyone …

  • Elkar

    Fire. Protection and danger, tool and weapon. If not used with care and respect, consequences are dire. Pyromancers are the most disciplined of wizards, because their element is the least forgiving of imprudence and mistakes. While widely known for his …

  • Hysoli

    Hysoli is the lord of lack of restraint. Wildfires, berserkers, drunkards, gluttony, revelry. Hysoli is the lord of those with no discipline, the unfettered with nothing holding him back. Desperate women pray to Hysoli for the strength to lift a carraige …