Elemental Reaver, Bringer of Storms, The Tempest, The Ravager
Domain: natural destruction, storms, unbridled energy
Symbol: a shattered silver scimitar with shards shaped like lightning bolts
Sacred Items/Creatures: lightning glass, driftwood, obsidian, pumice, fire salamander, leviathan, the tarrasque
Spell domains: chaos, destruction, fire, storms, evil
Enemies: Seija, Nimnavanon, Kreysneothosies
The force known as Khyron was created in 751 SG and embodies the destructive forces of nature and the storms that prey upon the earth. It is said that when Seija tamed the elemental storm that had wreaked havoc upon the material plane for many months, Ashra struck the newly formed Goddess with a bolt of dark energy. The bolt split Seija into two parts, bringing Khyron into existence. His followers will claim he is the stronger of the two, of course. This malevolent force appeared as a tendril of flame above Tharis forest, where it vowed to rain destruction down on Seija and those who followed her. He then retreated to gather his worshippers and master the storms, so that he may use them to sow further chaos.
Undead are neither revered nor reviled among the faithful of Khyron, who use the tools they have to unleash destruction upon the land.
Devils, Devas and other lawful or good outsiders are detested by the faithful. Demons and evil fey outsiders are greatly revered.
Servants of Khyron favor shades of black and gray that highlight the brilliant reds, yellows, and ice blues they use to accentuate their clothing. Their priestly vestments are shredded, the ends singed in their riotous ceremonies that occur around bonfires held on the darkest night, when the light of their true god shines brighter than even the moon. The vestments change throughout a priest's life, with a new strip of colored fabric added for each storm or instance of destruction the priest causes - red for fire, yellow for lightning, white for ice, and cyan for wind.
Let the world burn and the seas roil with the fury of the Ravager. Strike out like lightning, leaving mortals quivering in fear of Khyron's wrath. Chaos and destruction go hand in hand, and true power comes from harnessing the raw energy of the storm. Never act out against Khyron, for to defy him is to meet your final end, but do not hesitate to demonstrate his might against those who question it. Burn them, freeze them, drown them in the depths of the sea, and give all glory to the Elemental Reaver.
Khyron accepts followers of dark and twilight resonances, but only bestows his divine powers upon those of the dark.