Chronos (3.5e Deity)
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|Symbol:||An hourglass within a circle|
|Home Plane:||The Chronos Dunes and Demiplane of Time|
|Portfolio:||Time, Dejavu, Paradox|
|Clergy Alignments:||Any Neutral|
|Domains:||Time, Pact, Entropy, Mind, Domination.|
|Favored Weapon:||Scythe and an hourglass|
Khronos (Chronos) the primordial god of time. Was essentially a cosmological double of the Titan Kronos (Cronus) ("Father Time"). The Orphics sometimes merged Khronos with the creator-god Phanes. Patron of time-mages, known as chronomancers who have mastered the art of traveling up and down the cords of time protecting the temporal multiverse. Statues of Chronos depicted him as a tall man in a hooded robe with feathered wings, holding a scythe and an hourglass.
As one of the primordial titans in creation. Few know of his true role and his masterful task in existence. Chronos watches over the flow of time and keeps all the lines of the multiverse under control.
Clergy and Temples
Khronos has few temples, most of them large but simple and hidden out of time, though there are a few exceptionally extravagant temples to his glory. His temples boast levels upon complex levels of rooms, halls, and structures to house everything from clergy and travelers to the most ancient of tomes and most valuable of objects. All of temples have two pedestals in them, one with an Hourglass of Cycles and the other with an Hourglass of Eternity.
His largest and most beautiful temple--The Temple of All Ages, the largest temple in the world--is six stories high, has at least seven sublevels, houses up to 2250 people, and houses one of the most expansive and complete collections of ancient tomes.