The Holy Father – Pater
Title: Holy Father
Sphere of Influence: Fatherhood, Leadership
Residence: The Adamant Palace
Spouse: Matar (divorced), Slata
Lovers: Lagu, Firmare, Biaute, Rithi, Throwia, Vedr
Children w/ Matar: Slata, Saphique
Children w/ Slata: Gewin, Firmare, Krab, Luben, Biaute, Cnawen, Angels, Avians, Dwarves, Goblins, Halflings, Humans, Orcs, and Rakhasas
Children w/ Lagu: Cernere
Children w/ Firmare: Vedr
Children w/ Biaute: Rithi
Children w/ Throwia: Demons
Children w/ Vedr: Lighting Born, Rain Maidens
Children w/ Rithi: The Muses
Religion: Worshiped by all, especially fathers and kings.
The Order of the Holy Father: An all male religious order.
Origins: Out of the Chaos of the Waters was formed Pater and Matar, united in sex, and the world was birthed from their union. After the world, the sky, the stars, the sun and moon, and all the plants and animals were birthed, two goddess were born: Slata and Saphique.
The Adamant Palace: The residence of Pater, built upon the Adamant, the crystal dome that the sun, moon, stars and other celestial objects hang from. Pater rides down to the earth upon rainbows, and seeing a rainbow is a sure sign that Pater is dallying with his latest mortal lover.
The Daughter’s Lust: The two goddess, Slata and Saphique, were more beautiful then their mothers, and Pater lusted after the two girls. Saphique, disgusted by her father’s actions, refused him. Slata, however, inflamed his lust, making promises of her sex until he agreed to set aside Mater and take her for his wife. Pater divorced Mater and took his daughter for wife and she bore him more divine children: Gewin, Firmare, Krab, Luben, Biaute, and Cnawen. Lastly, she bore him the first mortal races: Avians, Dwarves, Goblins, Halflings, Humans, Orcs, and Rakhasas.
Beauty’s Seduction: Biaute was even more beautiful than her mother Slata, and Pater came to desire her. Every time Pater came to her, she would demand a gift, each more lavish than the Last. Each time she bore him an angelic daughter, who would serve Pater. Pater gave her the Mirror of Dreams, the Garden of the Gods, the Coral Palace, and the Moon. After Pater gave her the moon, she bore him the goddess Rithi.
The Tilled Earth: Pater’s lust were insatiable, and he lusted after all his daughters. He went to Firmare, promising her anything to sleep with her. Firmare desired the Green Heart, belonging to Matar. Pater stole into the Silver Forest, where Mater dwelt, and stole the heart from the Great Oak, which contained the power to control plants, and presented it to Firmare who ate it and then spread her legs in the field and fucked her father. She bore him the goddess Vedr.
The Broken Law: Pater begin to lust after his granddaughter, Lagu. He would always be touching her, trying to sleep with her. But she was married, and as the Goddess of Law, fought her desire to not break her vow. Finally, she relented to her grandfather’s seduction, and Cernere, the goddess of crime, was the product of their transgression.
The Love of Storm and Suffering: The goddess Throwia and Vedr fell in love and desired to be married, but Pater refused to allow two women to marry. Vedr approached her father and inflamed his lust and made him promise to allow her to marry Throwia. Pater lied and said he would. Afterwards, he refused, and Vedr bore ten sons and ten daughters, the Lightning Born and Rain Maidens. Throwia went to her father, Las, for help and he agreed to help her in exchange for sleeping with her. Throwia fucked her father and bore ten sons and ten daughters, the Incubi and Succubi. Las told her, she would need the Chains of the Earth to hold Pater and that they were in the procession of Seljan. Seljan had always lusted after Vedr, so she went to him and slept with him for the chains and bore 10 Efreet and 10 Jinn. With the chains, Throwia seduced Pater and bound him with the chains as part of their sex. Once bound, she tortured him. For a year she tortured him, each day her lust at causing suffering would overwhelm her and she would mount Pater and ride him to orgasm and then bear 10 demon daughters. After a year, Pater finally relented, and Throwia and Vedr were married.
The Cloak of Deception: Pater began to lust after his granddaughter, Rithi, but she rebuffed all his advances, desiring to be faithful to her husband, Seljan. Pater turned to Las, who told him of one of his daughters, Kumo, a werespider who was the most skilled at weaving silk. Kumo wove the cloak and seduced Pater when he came to collect it. She then tried to kill him, but Pater, knowing the nature of werespiders, slew her first and took the Cloak of Deception which has the power to transform the wears appearance. Pater appeared to Rithi as her husband Seljan and made passionate love to her. Rithi had the best experience in her life, asking where Seljan had learned to please her so, and Pater took off the cloak. Rithi, awakened to true sexual pleasure, continued to be Pater’s lover, as well as take others as lovers. She bore Pater six daughters, the Muses.
The Gift of Fate: Slata loved her three daughters, the Norns, and wished a role for them. With Henta‘s help, they stole Las‘s Ambrosia, the most potent alcohol in creation, and Slata gave it to her husband. Drunk, he agreed that the fate of the Mortal Races would rest in the hands of the Norns.
The Beautiful Flower: Lily, daughter of the King of Sekar, was said to be the most beautiful woman alive. She was engaged to the Crown Prince of Hazzim. Pater, seeing her beauty, began to lust after her. He went to Las and got from him the Perfume of Ardor in exchange he would lend Las the Cloak of Deception so he could appear as Pater and sleep with Slata. With his perfume, Pater went to the bridal chamber where the bride, her mother, and two bridesmaids were getting her ready for her wedding. Pater sprayed all four of the women with the Perfume and the succumb to lust. He had the mother and one bridesmaid pleasure Lily and get her ready for him, while the second bridesmaid first blow him then mounted Pater and rode him to orgasm. Once Lily had been brought to orgasm by her mother, Pater mounted while the mother and two bridesmaids pleasured each other and fucked Lily. Lily conceived a son and then married to the Prince of Hazzim that same day, who never knew the true identity of his son’s father. When Peter assumed the throne of Hazzim at the age of 16, his mother Lily told him his true father. Peter, with gifts from the gods, conquered a huge empire and declared himself the High King.
Forging of the High King’s Sword: Pater wanted to give his son, the future High King Peter, an appropriate gift at his eighteenth birthday. So he went to his son Krab and asked for the finest sword. Krab forged the sword out of the rarest and strongest metal—adamantium. Krab labored day and night to forge his finest creation.by