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11.8.24 PENTHARIAN, GOD OF VALOUR

The God Pentharian was slain in battle in 611 AF by Bal'met, the Worldreaver.

Once the priest Maran La'Saen, Pentharian ascended as the God of Righteousness
through the combination of his mortal being with the Divine power of the
sleeping God Deucalion by will of the Logos. He later absorbed the essence of
the departed Lady Aurora, taking on the mantle of Light as well as
Righteousness. Altered due to an encounter with Abbadon, Pentharian then
patroned the sphere of Valour, although He still maintained a watch on His
former sphere.

Ever vigilant against the forces of Evil, Chaos, and Darkness, the Lord of
Valour was a champion of Good and Light. Promoting Honour and Valour, He stood
against any who would seek to do harm to the innocent.

The Divine symbol of Pentharian was a star of swords and maces laid against a
golden disc engraved with mystical runes.