|The God of Light (Exclusive Light)
He makes all things visible. He is a healer and knows what has been and what will be.
||Divine lightning blinds all those who are near. Dazed by its glistening light, they are briefly unable to move. The effect is even more severe against some powers of evil. They will combust instantly and burn in the cleansing light of Lumen!|
There is an in-game book that describes the legends and beliefs about Lumen. This book is entitled Book 4 - Lumen, God of Light.
- Statues of Lumen can be found all over Ancaria. Praying near them helps the characters to partially regenerate his Divine Gift - Dazzle.
Have a look through the SacredWiki Map to find out where her statues are located.
- He also has a statue in each of the many Temples of the Gods scattered throughout Ancaria.
Lumen's followers can be found in many regions of Ancaria. He is especially respected by the Seraphims. Temples and shrines dedicated to Lumen can be found in any place the winged warriors inhabited, be it the Seraphim Island in the Dragon Sea or the Seraphim Valley in western Tyr Lysia.
His main temple is the Monastery of Light which can be located in the elven region of Tyr Lysia.
Lumen Priests take part in many events that happen in the world of Ancaria. They try to protect the people and to help the ones in need. No wonder that the characters who follow the Path of Light would encounter the Priests in their travels. The adventurers may encounter Lumen Priest Benewion in the Noriath Temple and Lumen Priest Edoras in Thylysium and take part in their missions.
There are several quests in game that are dedicated to the player character's chosen Deity. The ones dedicated to Lumen are:
- LIST THE GOD QUESTS HERE
Possible references for this Deity's name or background
- 'Lumen' is the Latin word that means 'Light' and also 'Life'. It suits this Deity so much, that it most likely is the explanation of his name.
- Lumen can be chosen only by the characters who follow the Path of Light, therefore he can't be chosen by the Inquisitor.