Ura Tüzek was traditionally a deity of fire and brimstone. It is taught that Ura Tüzek brought fire and the art of forging metal and metal smithing to the the world. It is taught throughout the empire that Ura Tüzek was once a ferocious warring barbarian who was tamed by Parak Bir who taught him self control and how to channel his might. Instead of wasting his fury in an uncontrollable rage, Ura Tüzek could use his great hammer and his ability to charm fire to forge great weapons of iron and steel.
Folowers of Ura Tüzek, worship the powers of fire. The most accomplished followers of Ura Tüzek are well versed in the use of brimstone. Brimstone serves as a bleaching agent for the pure white robes of the clergy, a main ingredient for making acid which is used as a weapon, and in the manufacture of “arcane sticks,” small sticks that when struck against a rough surface create a small flame that can be used to light torches and bigger fires. Brimstone is also an offering given from Ura Tüzek and his worshipers to the lord of all gods Ura Mythras as homage and a show of loyalty.
Clerics of Ura Tüzek are often chaotic neutral, but within the empire of Mythras most are employed as shock troops for the High Priestess of Parak Bir.
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