A bolt from the blue can be both devastating and inspirational. Likewise, Keranos embodies the fury of the storm and the sudden blaze of epiphany. A god of little patience and less mercy, he dispenses insights and blasts of lightning in equal measure.

As the embodiment of wisdom, Keranos is intolerant of mortals, whom he sees as reckless. Yet he also respects those who take action with clear purpose, especially if they seek his approval first. Such individuals earn a two-edged blessing: momentary glimpses of the future, but the inability to change what is to come. Among mortals, Queen Cymede of Akros is Keranos's greatest servant and has done much to spread the god's worship in the city.

Keranos wields no weapon except that which echoes across valleys and strikes where he desires.

It is Keranos who is most fickle, delivering punishment as readily as prophecy.

"The hand of Keranos can be seen in every rumbling storm cloud. Best not to stand where he points." -Rakleia of Shrine Peak

Keranos is a fickle god, delivering punishment as readily as prophecy.

The breakthroughs granted by Keranos, god of epiphany, can be surprisingly literal.

"Ask of Keranos that you may understand the stars that mark your destiny. Implore Erebos that you may accept the fate thus divulged." (Divination)

A prayer answered by Keranos is clear for all to witness. (Stormcaller of Keranos)

Keranos, God of Storms, Lightning Strike

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