Emperor over the Sea, The (3.5e Deity)
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The Emperor Over the Sea represents the Christian God in C.S. Lewis' Narnia novel series, particularly in his role as supreme being, with Aslan representing the 'savior' aspect. In a way the Emperor more closely resembles the Islamic concept of God as being unknowable, or perhaps even more closely, Ao of Forgotten Realms fame. Unlike Ao, however, it is suggested the Emperor rules over many campaign settings.
The Emperor Over The Sea
|Symbol:||none, the Emperor is nominally acknowledged in word only|
|Home Plane:||Unknown (Aslan's Country?)|
|Alignment:||Lawful Good (with neutral tendencies)|
|Portfolio:||divine law, creation, cosmology|
|Clergy Alignments:||any non - evil|
|Domains:||all domains except evil|
|Favored Weapon:||moral logic|
The Emperor over the Sea is one of the oldest deities, said to have been present at the birth of the material plane. From a human perspective he is also an aloof deity, acting largely through vassals. As far as anyone seems to know, the Emperor over the Sea has never physically appeared in any form.
The Emperor over the Sea has established many divine laws, though few mortals know them.
divine law, unconditional love, friends and family
disdain for divine law, vile acts, hatred, uncaring attitudes.
- "Moral Law tells us the tune we have to play: instincts are merely the keys."
- "No justification will enable a man to be virtuous."
- "Badness is only spoiled goodness."
- "Disobedience is voluntary; bad poetry, on the other hand, is usually not made on purpose."
Clergy and Temples
The Emperor over the Sea has no formal church or temples, but has many clerics.