Pathfinder: Emn Campaign Setting
God of the Forge
Title(s): Allcrafter, Lord of the Great Forge, Steelbringer, Tamina’sothiir
Symbol: A gold and bluesteel hammer.
Divine Rank: Kaanar (Intermediate Deity)
Portfolio: The forge, artifice, craftsmanship, constructs, protection, strategy
Domains: Artifice, Fire, Good, Law, Protection
Favored Weapon: warhammer
Worshipers: Artificers, blacksmiths, crafters, engineers, gnomes, inventors, and woodworkers
Worshiper Alignment: Any can worship the god of the forge, though most tend to favor the structure of law.
Coephus (pronounced SAY-fuss) is the Divine of craftsmanship, the forge, and steelwork. He is the patron god of intelligent constructs and of inventors, and is widely worshiped by gnomes, tinkerers, and artificers. While Coephus does not demand that his followers be one particular alignment over another, most tend to follow the more rigid aspects of planning and craft, and are therefore prone to lawful alignments. He is known to the elves as Tamina’sothiir, which translates roughly to “the master of the forge and flame.”
Coephus is the son of Belsator and Emn (to be continued)