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Hephaestus

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Hephaestus

Mythology: Imperial
Portfolio: Smiths, volcanoes
Large Temples: Achrida
Symbols: Crossed hammers, one black and heavy, one gold and delicate

Pronunciation

HAY-phay-ess-tus


Hephaestus, also known as Khalkeus is the god of smiths and volcanoes in Imperial mythology.

He takes two aspects, one that is blackened and burned. This aspect is worshiped by blacksmiths and armorers. The second is golden and polished. This is worshiped by jewelers and whitesmiths. His symbol is of crossed hammers, one black and heavy, one gold and delicate.

 

Epithets

The Crafty
The Lame One

See Hephaestus for more information.

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