Ethenghar
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Home Plane: Athylon
Alignment: True Neutral
Domains: Chaos, Knowledge, Liberation, Luck, Travel
Portfolio: Destiny, fate, travelers, voyages, roads
Worshipers philosophers, monks, merchants, travelers, sages
Symbol: Boots
Ethenghar is Corwyn’s God of Destiny.

Ethenghar and his brother Atanavar; the God of Knowledge were created directly by the Unnamed One, and he is the oldest and most powerful of the neutral Deities.

As the God of Destiny, Ethenghar is completely neutral, allowing mortals to choose their path to its end. He is also the father of S’ Thar; Goddess of Luck.

Ethenghar is the patron God of Merchants, Commerce, and Trade, and because of his role, he is worshiped as the God of Destiny, Fate, Roadways, and the protector of travelers.

Ethenghar’s symbol is a pair of worn brown Boots that he wears on his journey to his own destiny, while he oversees the destinies of all others. He has very few followers, other than philosophers and sages who study the theories of destiny and fate.

His few priests wear soiled brown robes that symbolize the constant travels of their master. Unlike other priestly orders, Ethenghar’s followers erect few temples; instead, many of his followers, who are monks, bards, and clerics ,wander the world in search of understanding and wisdom.

In some major cities, there are temples to Ethenghar where Merchants and tradesmen worship to the God of Commerce, but most shrines to Ethenghar are found at isolated road junctions, roadside inns, and rural rest stops for travelers.

As one of the first generation of neutral deities, Ethenghar has no rivals.