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Koar was believed to appear to others as a great man on a throne.  His symbol was a golden crown on a white circle.
 
Koar was believed to appear to others as a great man on a throne.  His symbol was a golden crown on a white circle.
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|308= As you sense your souls have linked together, for only an instant, you glimpse the flows of mana coursing around you.
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|311Caster= As your faith overcomes a kobold's weakened defenses, you sense the majesty of the King of the Gods flowing through you.
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|311Target= <caster>'s face shimmers and vanishes, and, in its place, you see the image of an ancient man wearing a majestic crown of pure light. The lines of his face are weary, and a great, snow-white beard flows from his chin, but his heavy-lidded blue eyes transfix you with their power. Divine radiance blazes around the image, and you are blinded.
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|313Caster= Turning your thoughts inward, you ask for the justice of your deity to protect you. The ground trembles almost imperceptibly underfoot, and you sense that your prayer has been granted.
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|313Others= Intense golden topaz light blazes in <caster>'s eyes.
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|316= For your transgressions, you shall be judged, and the verdict shall fall against you. In all the world, from sky to earth, there is no sanctuary against that high judgement...
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|319=As you pour your soul into an appeal to Koar, you know that you are heard. Heady power washes through your body as divine golden light encircles you.<br>The ground shivers and trembles restlessly underfoot, and you sense incredible power and strength focusing upon your surroundings. The power of Koar has answered your prayer.<br>An aura of divine golden light blazes into existence around <target>.<br>Your connection to Koar lessens, and the divine light fades around you. The ground shudders one last time before falling still.
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|350Caster= Creating a myriad of colorful whorls in the air, a flock of small rainbow-winged lizards swirls towards you and you are filled with a deep connection to them. Diving and darting, they cavort above your corpse in an intricate dance that is breathtaking to behold. As they dance, their wings shimmer and shed multi-colored sparks that rain down upon your body. With each spark that alights upon your flesh, you are filled with a tingling sensation that draws your spirit deep into your body. The aerial display ends in one final loop and the rainbow-winged lizards dart off into the distance, only to wink out of sight a moment later.
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|220=Warm and richly scented, the air around you shifts and your vision is filled with an emerald light...<br>[Heart of the World Sanctuary]<br>Emerald veins brighten the dark stone walls and trace a spindly path to the roof, which is riddled with stalactites. A soft sound echoes through the vast cavern as condensation drips from the ceiling to join with the mineral pools that speckle the landscape. Rising and falling as if from a mighty breath, the air sighs through the chamber and you are filled with the presence of antiquity.<br>Obvious exits: out<br>A single drop falls from a nearby stalactite, your vision captivated by its descent. As it enters the mineral pool at your feet your vision explodes and the world around you dissolves...
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Revision as of 15:00, 5 April 2009

Koar was god of Justice, Law, and Loyalty, in Elanthia. He was considered the king of the Arkati, but was not necessarily an arkati himself. Some believed Koar to be the last of the Drakes. He was of the Pantheon of Liabo.

Koar was rumored to dwell on Koargard, the tallest mountain in Elanthia, where he watches the world even while asleep. The minor spirit Voln was believed to be his son by a mortal woman. The Arkati Lorminstra was his daughter. Koar was the patron god of the Turamzzyrian Empire, in which the Church of Koar was the largest religious organization in the empire. Every Emperor or Empress required the approval of the Church to take the imperial throne. Mestanir was the location of the Fist of Koar, a holy statue of a great fist that pilgrims traveled to visit from the length and width of the Empire.

Koar was believed to appear to others as a great man on a throne. His symbol was a golden crown on a white circle.

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Arkati and Lesser Spirits - edit
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