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Hello. I'm seeking to round out the pantheon for my custom world. While the major powers (greater gods) are known there's still a vast plethora of lesser gods that aren't detailed. As such I'm seeking your contributions. What would you be the god of if you were part of a pantheon? Create your own lesser god using the format below and I'll add you to my world. Name Sphere of Control Alignment: ? Holy Symbol: ? Domains: ? Animals: ? Favored Weapon: ? Raiment: ? Color(s): ? Holy Days: ? Daily Prayers: ? Sacrifice: ? Place of Worship: ? Appearance: ? Details: ? Here's mine. Arikiel God/Goddess of Balance, The Walker of the Way Alignment: True Neutral. Holy Symbol: The sun and moon entwined. Domains: Darkness (moon, night), Sun (day, light), Weather (seasons). Animals: Water fowl (that fly, swim, and walk). Favored Weapon: Dagger (both a tool and a weapon that can be used in melee or at range). Raiment: A chain shirt or breast plate over scholar's robes. Color(s): Contrasting colors (black/white, blue/orange, green/red, or purple/yellow). Holy Days: The spring and autumn equinoxes. Special holidays during eclipses. Celebrated with wild revelry followed by quiet meditation. Daily Prayers: Meditation at sunrise and sunset. Sacrifice: Personally crafted items on the half-moon. Place of Worship: Anywhere. Appearance: Arikiel commonly appears as an androgynous, mixed blooded (half-elf, half-orc, etc), individual of indeterminate age. Details: To everything there is a season. Arikiel embraces all aspects existence. Seeing that there is a time and a place for all things but avoids being overcome by extremes. Followers of Arikiel seek to be well balanced individuals with a diverse range of skills. Both scholars and warriors they consider all view points and act as moderators in society. Most all are multi-classed in some way. Temples tend to be in places where elements are seen to meet. Such as sea caves, cliff sides, marshes, etc. The church has a loose hierarchy that honors tradition but remains adaptable.