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Otolmens
(Deity)
Titles The Universal
Realm Fivefold Calculus, Axis
Alignment Lawful neutral
Areas of Concern Machinery
Mathematics
Physics
Worshipers Engineers
Mathematicians
Physicists
Edicts Relentlessly document and interpret data, correct cosmic errors
Anathema Suppress a factual report, ignore facts, misrepresent quantitative data
Cleric Alignments (1E)
Domains (1E) Artifice, Fire, Knowledge, Law
Cleric Alignments (2E)
Domains (2E) Creation, fate, knowledge, perfection
Favored Weapon Mace
Symbol Planet held within a geometrical compass

Source: Concordance of Rivals, pg(s). 141E
Lost Omens Gods & Magic, pg(s). 130
f.

Otolmens is a primal inevitable who tirelessly watches over the Material Plane for supernatural anomalies that threaten physics and mathematics, and sends agents to investigate and correct them.[1]

Home

Otolmens's home is the Fivefold Calculus, one of the most popular locations for off-duty inevitables to spend their time.[2]

Appearance

Otolmens is a mechanical being with multiple limbs and heads, and spins like an orrery when active.[3]

Relationships

Otolmens regularly reports her findings, and her plans to correct any errors found, to a group of deities who have largely grown inured to her reports but learnt that they cannot and should not discourage her, as her actions ultimately help maintain the universe.[1] She is disquieted by the unstable demiplane of the Hao Jin Tapestry.[4]

Servants

Otolmens is assisted by thousands of axiomites and visiting mathematicians, who process the data she gathers and investigate or correct the anomalies when she commands them to do so. They often cooperate with aeons when doing so, but sometimes disagree with them over the best course of action.[1]

Otolmens's herald, Tenth-by-Third, is a dogmatic creature even by inevitable standards, and cannot stand even the scent of chaos.[4]

Cults

Otolmens is worshipped by scientists and engineers for her mathematical precision. They pray to her to be inspired and stave off inaccuracies in calculation, and are sometimes tasked to fight threats to their planet on her behalf.[3]

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