A son of Mytros and Volkan, Pythor appeared to the settlers during the First War and fought tirelessly against the centaurs and gygans that threatened to overwhelm the city of Mytros. His praises were sung for centuries after, and he is said to have walked among the settlers in mortal guise, taking women to his bed and fathering demi-god children. A few centuries ago he became the king of the city of Estoria when he overthrew a mad tyrant.
His symbol is a Golden hammer and five stars.
Earning and Losing Piety
You increase your piety score to Pythor when you expand the god’s influence in the world in a concrete way through acts such as these:
Achieving a great victory
Overcoming long odds honourably
Defeating a skilled foe in single combat
Winning a great feat of strength or skill
Your piety score to Pythor decreases if you diminish Pythor’s influence in the world, contradict his ideals, or make him look weak and cowardly through acts such as these:
Showing cowardice in battle
Besting an honourable foe through deceit
Harming innocents or non-combatants
Champion of Victory