DORVO

God of War
His symbol changes based on where the worshiper is from, but it will always have his two crossed swords.
Dorvo is the embodiment of war, seen as a faceless armored knight. wielding his two swords of light and darkness. Lux, the sword of light and Tenebris, the sword of darkness. Both represent the sides of war. He stays faceless to represent the idea of a soldier, not an individual and dressed for the cause. His armor segments alternate light and dark. nothing he has is completely white or black.
While the colors of his swords stand for the good and the evil that comes with war, they will never be pure white or black. in his eyes, the purest good would never fight, and the purest evil only concerns himself with death which is against what he stands for.
worshipers need only ask for his blessing, and will often be granted to fuel the tides of war. he looks for honorable warfare and will not assist with slaughter. his strongest blessings come to those fighting against such things. he views War as a game, and he cannot keep playing if all the pieces are broken.

DORVO

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