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Symbol of Lavash'Ki

Pronounced [la vash kee']

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In his mortal life, Lavash’Ki was one of the best known pirates of all time.  He helped lead the way for the Horarian dominance of the sea.  For over a century, he was a quasi-deity sailing the seas and proving his skill.  He gathered thousands of pirates under his banner, and made many others believers in his power.  The Counsil acknowledged his accomplishments and Lavash’Ki ascended in 610



The entire faith of Lavash’Ki is based around the sea.  Unlike Lakius, Lavash’Ki sees the ocean as the greatest tool that exists to pursue the ideal of life: freedom.  His faith is not particularly well organized or structured, but his faithful are zealously devout.  Anyone that swears allegiance to Lavash’Ki can expect calamity should they break their promise.


Han~Sui, Gruweas, and Stasis have an intense dislike for Lavash’Ki.  Lakius sees him as a fool and a competitor.  His only allies are Arsur’anyodel and Tommimao, two deities that lack much power.  The judges often censure him.


To further his troubles with the Counsil, Lavash’Ki is almost always a backer of the cults when an issue comes to light, although he never defies the Counsil’s rules regarding them.


Power:  Demi-God

Symbol: A treasure chest resting between two waves.

Alignment:  Chaotic Neutral (good)

Aspects:  Sailors, Ships, Pirates, Treasure

Plane of Existence:  Prime Material


Domains:  Greed, Travel, Water

Prayer Time: Any time, but only once within 24 hours

Favored Weapon:  Cutlass

Turn Undead:  Water Breathing as per spell (number of times per day same as a cleric of equal level could turn undead)

Back from the Dead:  Any

Favored Class:  none


High TempleIsle of Lost Rewards

High Cleric:  Captain Ekai Makomi

Number of Faithful:  450,000

Associated Groups:  Pirates


            Dogma:  Freedom is the goal of every being.  Freedom can be found easily when out to sea.  Treasure allows freedom to be bought, and that is easier than winning it in a war or a debate.  Death brings the ultimate freedom, even for those who did not seek it in life.

            Feast Day: none

Lavash’Ki – “If you let them put a barrel on your back, soon it will be two.”