Alignment: True Neutral
Title: The Twinned Presence
Areas of Concern: Duality, Important Decisions, Fate
Domains: Knowledge, Luck, Madness, Protection, Trickery
Subdomains: Memory, Fate, Truth, Purity, Innuendo
Favored Weapon: Short Sword
Symbol: A Set of Crisscrossing Stripes
Sacred Animal: Tiger
Sacred Color(s): Black, White
Lore: Favored by chaotic gamblers and lawful judges alike, Caspian held an androgynous pair of figures, one in white and one in black. They represented the duality of sentient life, and the paths of choice that altered the flow of fate. While the more ordered worshippers believed that Fate was concrete, and that their decisions must be just, the dynamic and free clergy saw Fate as a tool to be gently shaped into their own desired path. Heralds of Caspian very rarely held one form, and split into two separate living entities at a major crossroads in their life. One would always hold stout and true to their ideals and morals, while the other would live a more chaotic life, free from the burdens of law and order.
Caspian met their end during a two-prong attack on their forms while in the northern Cidoperian town of North Den. One, an honorable knight, did battle with a Half-Orc Hunter named Vargas and a Jeoujian warrior known as Sanne. The other half, a much less scrupulous and conniving cutpurse, was laid low by a giant ant-riding woman called Mayi and then (then secretly) Imperial Princess, Kanon Kita. The perfectly timed dual-death cut Caspian off from their Heralds for good. Unable to further influence the world, Caspian faded from power.