Geiron

The lawful Geiron is the god of Nature. Known as The Father, his two aspects are Geiron Rokh, HIgh King of the Gods, and Geiron Vor, King of the Sun. As the neutral Geiron Rokh, he gains the domains of Trickery and War. As the good Geiron Vor, he gains the domains of Light and Tempest. Geiron is also known as Geiron Hura, King of Honor. In this evil aspect, he gains the domains of Knowledge and Tempest.

Worship


Geiron is the primary male deity in Tarmerian religion. The rituals dedicated to him usually involve sacrifice by fire, usually of animals or food. Prayers to Rokh are mostly prayers for justice or protection, while prayers to Vor are mostly prayers for a good harvest or economic stability. To Hura go the oathbreakers and honorbound alike, for a man’s word does not end with his life.

Symbology


Rokh Vor Hura
Symbol: Crown Flame Key
Animal: Lion Ram Crow
Color: Dark Purple Gold Dark Yellow
Material: Ruby Gold Carnelian

Pronunciation


Geiron is pronounced GAI-roon, with a long I sound, like in pie, and a long O sound, like in room. It is derived from the Greek hero, Chiron.

Rokh is pronounced ROAK, with a long O sound, like in tow. It is derived from the Latin “rex,” meaning king.

Vor is pronounced VOAR, with a long O sound, rhyming with boar. It is derived from the Dutch “vuur,” meaning fire.

Hura is pronounced HOO-ruh, with a long O sound, like in loo, and a short U sound, like in dun. It is derived from the Spanish “jura,” meaning oath.

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