|Forgotten Realms Deity|
|Title(s)|| The All-Seeing |
Lord of Divination
He of the Third Eye
Savras was a god of mages and wizards in the service of Mystra, goddess of magic. Some say he was once a mortal, one of the "mighty mages" who constructed the portals beneath the city of Raven's Bluff.
He faced Azuth, contending for Savras' place. Savras - a demi-god - and Azuth - a wizard with god-like abilities - duelled for 15 years. Thereafter, Savras fell, with Azuth becoming the one god of wizards. Savras was imprisoned in the "Scepter of Savras" by Azuth, where he remained so until the Time of Troubles. Following the Time of Troubles, Azuth agreed to release Savras in exchange for a pledge of fealty.
Today, Savras is worshiped in both North and South as a god of diviners and truth-speakers. His clergy is still sparse, as Savras has just been released from his century-old prison.
He is portrayed as a man with a crystalline face, clear to all who see him. His statements are clear, concise, and rarely what the listener wishes to hear. Savras' symbol is a crystal ball with many monsterous eyes. Savras's only famous servant was Alaundo of Candlekeep, the one true prophet of the Realms.
Savras, along with Velsharoon, serves Azuth, who is his superior, and thus is serving Mystra, indirectly. Since his release, he has a cold relationship with Azuth, which has steadlily grown to a mutual respect.