|The Lantern King|
|Titles||The Laughing Lie|
|Areas of Concern|| Laughter|
|Domains||Chaos, Charm, Madness, Trickery|
|Subdomains||Deception, Love, Lust, Thievery|
|Sacred Colors||Black, gold|
The Lantern King is one of the Eldest, a divine fey creature of tremendous power said to be able to reshape the very fabric of the First World on a whim, whose appearance is like a large will-o'-wisp. He is known for his capacity as a trickster god mixing caprice and mischief in god-like capacity within a realm already full of such practice.
The Lantern King has no permanent abode. He wanders freely through the fields and forests of the First World, bending reality and changing lives wherever he goes. His sense of humor is vast, both in its breadth and its potential for harm. The Lantern King is believed by some mortals to be the progenitor of the will-o'-wisps, but the fey lord derisively laughs off such claims.
- James Jacobs et al. (2011). The Inner Sea World Guide, p. 233. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-269-2
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