Talanor, the Bright Tower
Lorrynor, the Sage
God of Perfection & Wisdom
All of the Docti brought some truth from the ether, but only proud Lorrynor brought perfection to the sciences. Lorrynor, of all the great spirits, always knows what can be done, what should be done, and how it may be best accomplished. He is guided by the insight that all things must live up to their full potential.
Lorrynor is the great father of the elves.
During the Godling Wars, Lorrynor took the form of a dragon and was consumed by Gaeruhn. After Dasyra opened Gaeruhn’s belly, Lorrynor emerged from the evil god and brought the sun with him.
Domains: Knowledge, Glory, Magic, Scalykind, War
Subdomains: Arcane, Dragon, Education (Knowledge), Hubris, Legend, Memory, Tactics, Thought
Preferred Weapon: Longsword
Then, from deep in the void, Lorrynor watched as Amus created humanity. And yet, he watched and knew that he could do better. That he could conceive greater than Amus that which is mortal. Lorrynor came from the void and shaped the elves from his thoughts. The elves are the perfection of the humanoid form, blessed with grace, beauty, and power beyond the measure of the other races. The Docti were amazed by Lorrynor’s accomplishment for some tried to imitate him, but none could match his perfection. All the Ealintaine were struck silent as the beheld the perfection that Lorrynor had wrought. Celestri and Faenithol were so taken by their perfect form, they further blessed the elves. Faenithol came first and blessed them with the gift of preservation so that time would not erode what Loorynor had created. Celestri came and taught the elves to sing with elevated voices so that all beings would be enthralled by their beauty and perfection.
And when Lorrynor saw that the other gods incarnated, he came to this world as a dragon, greater and more awe inspiring than any other avatar. Seeing his own splendor, he carved other dragons from all that the divine had created. These dragons spread and ruled over all parts of this world for each carries some of Lorrynor’s excellence.
These are but two examples of his works, but all stories of Lorrynor are much the same. He sees what has been done and then does it better and more effectively than what has come before. For even now he creates singular monsters to show the excellence in the conjunction of the materiel and the ethereal.
Perhaps it is best that Lorrynor continues to perfect creation, for what would happen if he decided to perfect the arts of rule or war. The entire ethereal order would be overturned . . . .