Liwet (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||Red Anvil with Hammer.|
|Home Plane:||Outlands (Sigil)|
|Portfolio:||Crafting, Technology, Repairs, and Civilization.|
|Clergy Alignments:||True Neutral, Neutral Good, Lawful Neutral, Neutral Evil, Chaotic Neutral|
|Domains:||Fire, Magic, Strength, Artifice, Creation|
On the outskirts of the Outlands the god Liwet works tirelessly smithing divine artifacts in a massive furnace. The god of the forge is a patron to dwarves everywhere, as is he to anyone in the craft. Serious and stalwart, he is very dedicated to creating new things. He is said to appear as a giant in full plate with massive hammer, and fire spouting from his back and cracks in his armor. However, when the Warforged appeared many Warforged took his metallic appearance as a suggestion that he was indeed the God of the Warforged, and they were forged in his image, born of Creation Forges lost to time.
Liwet is a god of the Nibiru Pantheon.
Liwet encourages his followers to be crafty in their own ways. The lawful crafters stick to their trade and be the best they can be. The chaotic crafters go out and invent new things. In any case, there is little actual worship, but plenty of respect. Many smiths bless their forges in his name to hope for good quality items to spring forth from it.
Clergy and Temples
Liwet lacks a serious clergy or temples, but is found all over in the forges and homes of dedicated crafters.