Sachiel (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||A black oroboros on a circle of blue|
|Home Plane:||Elemental Plane of Water|
|Portfolio:||Water, Oceans, Cold, and Fish.|
|Clergy Alignments:||True Neutral, Lawful Neutral, Neutral Good, Chaotic Neutral, and Neutral Evil.|
|Domains:||Water, Cold*, Ocean*, Slime*, Ooze*|
- Spell Compendium
One of the four Elemental Gods who were said to be powerful elementals promoted to divine rank, Sachiel appears as a large sea serpent with vaguely frog-like features and a slippery skin. This leviathan roams the oceans as a normally gentle colossus until he stirs, for whatever reason may awaken him, and brings raging currents and crashing waves.
Sachiel is a god of the Nibiru Pantheon.
The Elemental Gods in general speak little of dogma, beyond expounding on the natures of their elements. Water is the source of life, and a source of bounty, but one should never put down your guard, lest it swallow you back up into its depths.
 Clergy and Temples
Elementals and the occasional druid worship the God of Water. His temples are built submerged or half submerged in water, and out of shells, pearl, and coral. He has a disturbing following of aboleths, who do not actually worship him but acknowledge his power and his relation to liquid-based beings such as slimes.