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Saphoy was the god of magic. He never took part in the world or the politics of the gods until the Culling, when he saved what he could of the elohim people, whose descendents are today's sorcerers.


The High Archmage, the Silent God.

Current StatusEdit





A pair of hands, one black and one white, with fingers splayed toward the onlooker as if casting a spell.


Knowledge, Magic, Time.

Era of AscendanceEdit

Era of Enlightenment

Typical WorshippersEdit

Practitioners of the arcane arts from all moral codes paid homage to Saphoy, as did many self-aware magical creatures. Few others worshipped this stoic, uninvolved deity.

Avatar DescriptionEdit

A stern old man with a long white beard. However, Saphoy was never seen. He never appeared to any worshipper, so the bards' songs are all that can be looked to for a description.

Known ArtifactsEdit

Omnilex. Saphoy's spellbook was said to contain every spell possible, arcane and divine, from the lowliest cantrip to spells that can destroy whole universes. It is also said to give the bearer potent spellcasting powers. It is assumed to have been destroyed along with the god himself during the Culling.

Associated HolidaysEdit