Zyzyx (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||Septagon consisting of 7 triangles, each of the colors of the rainbow|
|Home Plane:||Plane of Mirrors|
|Portfolio:||Reflection, Refraction, Jewelry, Perfection|
|Clergy Alignments:||Any lawful, or true neutral|
|Domains:||Artifice, Earth, Law, Strength, Spectrum|
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Once a spirit from the Elemental Plane of Earth, Zyzyx experienced being incorporated into many golems. Through his unusual experience of being called to different planes over and over again, his soul was compressed and polished by different ideals and powers that flow through the multiverse. Eventually his form consisted of bubbles and crystals and metals. He grew to have craves for order, and from then on he refused to return to his home realm of the Elemental Plane and sought a new realm. And he settles in the Plane of Mirrors from where he looks into the multiverse and try to perfect it just as it perfected him.
He appears as a humanoid figurine made out of shiny, reflective metal surface. His body occasionally have cavities that lets pass light, but otherwise lights reflect from his body with a rainbow radiance. Although his face seems to be shaped in resemblance of a human, it has no features such as eyes and mouth.
Do not hesitate; act, for even practice makes perfect and perfection brings peace to your heart.
Clergy and Temples
Followers of Zyzyx cherish jewelry because they are works of perfection, and as Zyzyx believes, this work of perfection holds great power in itself. Followers range from clerics to rogues to bards to wizards to fighters. Many of them are dwarves or employ dwarven workers because their knowledge of the stones and mining are precious. They also insist on creating golems and employing them as servants. Zyzyx believes golems give a sense of security to the masters, and in turn the masters will polish the souls within the golems.
He resides within the Plane of Mirrors. Many mirrors serve as a portal to this realm, and in turn reflective surfaces serve as a window from the realm to all parts of the multiverse. Zyzyx often uses his own body's reflective skin as a peeking hole to look through what goes on in the multiverse. He tries to keep the nerras, the natives of the Plane of Mirrors, on the mirror-side of the world.