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Il'surrish

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Il'surrish
(Deity)
Titles The Wanderer
Home Labyrinth of Light and Loss, Maelstrom
Alignment Chaotic neutral
Areas of Concern Formlessness
Loss of control
Potential
Worshipers Artists
Ganzis
Martyrs
Transmuters
Cleric Alignments
Domains Animal, Artifice, Chaos, Plant
Favored Weapon Unarmed strike
Symbol Cerulean sphere dotted with stars

Source: Concordance of Rivals, pg(s). 8

Il'surrish the Wanderer is the itinerant, incorporeal, and gender-fluid protean lord of formlessness, loss of control, and potential.[1]

Home

Il'surrish's realm is the Labyrinth of Light and Loss, which moves across the Cerulean Void. It is surrounded by the corpses of petrified qlippoth and broken remains of the primal inevitable Argreth the Burning Monolith.[1][2]

Appearance

Il'surrish rarely takes physical form and often drifts through the Maelstrom in the form of a cloud of partially coalescent light. When the Wanderer does take a physical form, it appears as a lesser protean made of cerulean light, or more often, it possesses a demon, devil, or archon, which, consumed by the experience, burns out like a metaphysical candle. Survivors only recall a horrific and beautiful experience, like that of a keketar when first communing with the Speakers of the Depths. Il'surrish bears a resemblance to the Abyssal entity known as the Risen, but lacks the Risen's malevolent, parasitic nature.[1][2]

Cults

Il'surrish's clergy, known as the Asomatous Clutch, consists mostly of insubstantial proteans, many of whom are incorporeal, including whole choruses of incorporeal keketars.[1][3]

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