Lord of Order
Symbol: Cross over a Circle
Alignment: Lawful Good
Portfolio: Courage, discipline, honor, nobility, valor
Worshipers: Paladins, human nobles
Favored Weapon: Mace
Oel, god of order appears as an elderly man; long white beard, pale wrinkled skin, but far from feeble. There is an aura of indefinite strength to him.
Oel demands order from his followers, both in themselves and to introduce it to those they encounter. He expects them to uphold ideals and justice with an even hand, honorably.
Clergy and Temples
Once, very popular during the Empire, Oel is a god in decline. Oel’s clerics, few and far between these days, tend to stay within or near cities, where they can advise, and aid the rulers in keeping order within their influence. Bringing order to the wilds is often left to the champions, Paladins few as they are.
Many of Oel’s temples are in disrepair, or simply abandoned ruins (More often than not). A few are in good state, though, typically white with lots of fluted pillars and large domes, and intricately carved friezes and statues.