Ignis (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||A dragon's skull with two horns growing from its forehead|
|Clergy Alignments:||Chaotic Evil, Chaotic Neutral|
The Grend worship Ignis as their god-king, though his history as a mortal was well known. He was the child of Rhius and Batillos, two powerful dragons in their own right. He was raised to be the host to their current god-king, Rexus, but through a feat of extraordinary willpower managed to take control of the god, and ascend to godhood himself.
Clergy and Temples
His temples are eclectic and far between, as his usual worshipers are far too chaotic to keep permanent temples to him.
He keeps within the Grend Pantheon, of which few members are important.