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In the late [[Age of Legend]], Onos' faith started overlapping with that of [[Gozreh]]. It was believed that the churhc of Onos better understood and controlled the elements, especially those that are not concerned with air and water.<ref>{{Cite book/The Flooded Cathedral|69}}</ref>
  
 
== Church of Onos ==
 
== Church of Onos ==

Revision as of 23:00, 14 June 2019

Onos
A depiction of Onos.
(Deity)
Titles God of Many Doors
Alignment Neutral
Areas of Concern Elements, embassies, and extraplanar travel
Worshipers Azlanti
Cleric Alignments
Domains Air, Earth, Fire, Travel, Water
Subdomains Ash, Exploration, Metal, Oceans, Portal, Wind
Favored Weapon Chakram
Symbol Swirling portal made of all four elements
Images of Onos

Source: The Flooded Cathedral, pg(s). 72

Onos is the god of the elements, embassies, and extraplanar travel worshiped by the inhabitants of ancient Azlant. As a god of portals, Onos promotes planar travel as a means to experience and discover what other planes, and especially the planes of the Inner Sphere, have to offer.[1]

Appearance and emissaries

Onos behaves like an animated force without a distinct personality that always speaks directly and to the point, without symbolism.[1]

Relationships

In the late Age of Legend, Onos' faith started overlapping with that of Gozreh. It was believed that the churhc of Onos better understood and controlled the elements, especially those that are not concerned with air and water.[2]

Church of Onos

Onos has never been particularly widely worshipped on Golarion, even during the height of Azlant. Today, it is almost forgotten on Golarion but is still popular in the Inner Planes.[1]

Worshipers and clergy

Priests of Onos are calm people, not quick to anger, and often serve as mediators.[1]

Temples and shrines

Many of the empire's outposts hosted temples and shrines to Onos. Its largest temples can be found in planar settlements like the City of Brass, where they host extraplanar visitors.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Adam Daigle. (2017). Gods of Ancient Azlant. The Flooded Cathedral, p. 72. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-981-3
  2. Adam Daigle. (2017). Gods of Ancient Azlant. The Flooded Cathedral, p. 69. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-981-3