Alignment: Lawful Neutral
Title: The Ever-Present
Areas of Concern: Prophecy, Cautionary Tales, Tragedy
Domains: Law, Knowledge, Luck, Repose, Void
Subdomains: Inevitable, Thought, Curse, Ancestors, Isolation
Favored Weapon: Longspear
Symbol: Eldritch Rune
Sacred Animal: Dog
Sacred Color(s): None
Lore: Worshipped primarily by doomsayers and those that have lost hope for the future, Skylos was seen as an emaciated woman, clothed in tattered rags and on the brink of death. However, she persisted for many millennia according to her clergy, and was said to be the oldest among the Zodiac Pantheon. Skylos’ first recorded Herald was the final Elf on Jacoria; A man named Tinago. Having survived for nearly the entire Zodiac Age, Tinago was present at many pivotal turning points for the nation of Cidoper. However, he was also present for one world-changing event in particular; The Lunar Crash of 674. For reasons unknown to the populace of the world, Tinago released a volley of mythically-enhanced arrows toward the sky, and destroyed Jacoria’s third moon. The event devastated the continent of Diaolia, leaving it shattered into islands as shards of the celestial body came crashing down. As such, Skylos, and by proxy Tinago, were considered as the truest evil on Jacoria by the Island people.
Skylos never met her end during the end of the Zodiac Age, instead opting to step down from her place of power when one of her own faithful, a man named Richard Versun, convinced Tinago to give up his own immortal life. Seeing that even her most faithful and loyal servants had willingly fallen from her grace, Skylos faded from power.