Called the One and Mighty, the Warrior, the Thunderer, and the Fire King. Daer-Koch's portfolio includes aspects of elemental fire, strength, great deeds, glory, heroism, adventure, combat, valor, bravery, tactics, and excessive displays of power.
Domains: Chaos, Destruction, Fire, Glory, Law, Missionary, Strength, Summoning*, Vengeance, War
*This is a prestige domain.
The deity Daer-Koch (pronounced, Dare coke) is known as a god of, before anything else, glory. Worshipers of Daer-Koch are
encouraged to exalt their god by living their lives in action, performing glorious and heroic deeds. They are often attracted to
|Daer-Koch (Intermediate Deity)|
|Symbol: A flaming golden sword, tip up (chaos aspect); A thurible of fire with IUX written upon it
("Life Burning Glorious"); A bolt of golden lightning; A rampant tiger standing upon flames; A beast's horn coiled around a red sword,
tip down (law aspect); A gold dragon embattled with three red claw marks upon its flank (The Hiraff Feal) or clutching three
blooded arrows (The Hiraff Gaidan); A golden skull with a stag's antler growing from one side (The Bleak Grin); A blooded axe, handle
up; Three arrows equally positioned and points together; A golden ram; An embattled horse carrying a sword wielding warrior; A lion
rampant who bears broken chains.
|Home Plane: Roa, the Realm of Conflict|
|Alignment: Lawful Neutral and Chaotic Neutral|
|Portfolio: War and conflict, elemental fire, strength, great deeds, glory and heroism, adventure, combat, valor and bravery, tactics, excess, displays of power.|
|Worshipers: Adventurers, warriors and soldiers|
|Cleric Alignments: Chaotic Good, Chaotic Neutral, Neutral Good|
|Domains: Chaos, Destruction, Fire, Glory, Law, Missionary, Strength, Summoning*, Vengeance, War|
*This is a prestige domain.
|Favored Weapon: Greatsword|
|Favored Colors: Red and Gold|
|Alternate Names: The One and Mighty, the Warrior, the Thunderer, the Conflicted Lord, the Fire King, and as Karnot.
Tenerthor elves often refer to
Daer-Koch as Vorwarion, the "Blooded Beast."
Dwarves know Daer-Koch as Khazadul, "The Warrior" (Daernarthor); Thrunadin, "The Fire King"
(Urdunan); Karmul, "The Berserker"
(Urdain); or as Fravyn, "The Hearth Breaker" by the
Halflings of Kindertel also refer to Daer-Koch as "The Hearth Breaker," but in their own language
he is known as Hamfrin Nok.
Lupinal occasionally refer to
Daer-Koch as Kalmakh, "The Passioned One."
struggles against which they can test themselves, and in their success become more than they were before. Worship of Daer-Koch can be
found through-out the world, especially among humans. Daer-Koch is said to be the reborn incarnation of the departed deity called
Karnot. Indeed, most of Karnot's portfolio of influence passed directly unto Daer-Koch. Daer-Koch is a trumpeting call to action,
a bright clarion of inspiration for not just heroes, but for all who struggle to overcome adversity.
Direction of Faith
Smallfolk would cower in awe of a world made from the vision of Daer-Koch. In such a world great legions led by visionary heroes
would clash in mighty battle upon battle. It would be a world of conflict, where every creature that lived would cling strongly to its
beliefs and seek to announce them out loud. The successful among them would bring like minded individuals to their banner and lead
their adherents in conquest. In such a world there would be an unending conflict from which might impossibly arise an ultimate and glorious truth
which would rally all things into a perfect expression of divinity.