Vndyrwynd, God of Knowledge
Realm: Study, learning, intelligence, knowledge.
Typical Appearence: Vndyrwynd commonly manifests as an elderly scholar
dressed in faded, tattered robes. His face is buried beneath a thick white
beard and his eyes are sagely and knowledgeable.
Represented by: Places of study, books, scrolls, tomes.
Followers: Those who follow Vndyrwynd tend to be scholarly types who keep
mostly to themselves and the musty libraries that hold the secrets they
seek. There are, however, those who seek the knowledge of adventure and
what the open roads can teach them. The latter, of course, are those
commonly seen among the ranks of adventurers.
Commentary: Vndyrwynd is the God of Knowledge and Learning. Once the races
of Caspia began to thrive, Odhrean created Vndyrwynd at Ianthe's request.
Vndyrwynd grants his followers a clear mind and a steadfast urge for
learning, whether it be by adventuring throughout the world, or by
remaining closed up with one's nose in a book.
Vndyrwynd's symbol is a finely carved wooden tablet etched with runes and
symbols. In the center is carved a golden feather.
A true follower of Vndyrwynd will possess a neutral soul.
13:54, Vaigday, Praxi 15, 166 AD.