Demrris is the lord of the sun and of storms, of life, vigor and action. Prydaen Barbarians and Warrior Mages are among his most fervent followers. His fur is dark and bristly, and his stature is small -- just the right size for joining in the games of playful cubs, one of his favorite pastimes. He has a very strong sense of justice, and will react swiftly and without warning against any evil that he sees. However, his attention span is brief, and he does not pursue enemies relentlessly as Rutilor does.
A popular Prydaen myth says that once a year, Demrris and Tenemlor trade roles for a day. A few clans believe that at any given time, either deity can be in either role.
The Iladza, a disc of yellow gold bearing a multi-rayed sun in bas relief.
- Sorrow's Reach just before the river.
- A pelt from a living animal.
Known as the Lord of Life, Demrris holds dominion over the waking life, master of sun and storms, and the embodiment of vigor and action. His gaze encompasses all hunters, be they his kits or predators, with a special eye toward felines of all kinds, often appearing in the form of a large cat. He figures largely in the time following our awakening, having walked among us often to guide and teach his kits. He presides over all bondings, blessing the unions for their life-giving potential, and bestowing upon the rare individual his mark of favor, a blessing in the form of an extension of natural life, first seen in the Priest Ra'trel. Like his sister Goddess, Demrris abhors the undead, stalking the lands in the form of a black panther, accompanied by Tenemlor in her form of a white tiger. He has a very strong sense of justice, and will react swiftly and without warning against any evil that he sees. However, his attention span is brief, and he does not pursue enemies relentlessly. Often associated with Demrris are shades of yellow and white, ranging across the spectrum much like the sun crosses the sky. His symbol is the iladza, a disc crafted from yellow gold which bears a multi-rayed sun in bas relief.