Symbol: A snow-capped mountain peak
Alignment: Lawful good
Portfolio: Hills, Mountains
Worshipers: Suel and Dwarves
Domains: Earth, Glory* (CD), Good, Law, Mysticism* (CD), Protection.
Favored Weapon: Warhammer (m)
Description: Jascar (JAS-kar) is the brother of Fortubo and dedicated foe of Beltar; his holy symbol is a snow-capped mountain peak. With his dark beard and shining silver breastplate, Jascar doesn’t resemble the Suel people that worship him, but his visage strikes fear into orcs and goblins. He is sometimes shown as a great horse or Pegasus – two forms he once took when fighting Beltar. He is often aided by Phaulkon in his efforts to advance the cause of good, and Jascar’s hammer is the bane of all undead. Other than Phaulkon and Fortubo, Jascar talks little with other gods and is often perceived as driven and aloof. “Hold no quarter for evil nonhumans like orcs and goblinoids, and equally hate those who would make the beautiful hills and mountains ugly. Protect the hills and mountains from plundering by evil forces and you will be rewarded with the treasures Jascar places under the earth for good folk to find.” The church teaches common tactics used by evil nonhumans. Jascar’s clerics often lead cross-country and underground crusades against evil nonhumans. They survey for precious metals, and advise miners on how to dig their tunnels safely and cause a minimal amount of damage to the surrounding environment. Their single-mindedness often alienates them from others, but their dependable nature means that an entire temple can be called upon in times of crisis; the network of the multiracial Jascarian faith is strong as stone. Ceremonial garb includes earth-toned clothing with a white cloth headdress or white metal cap.