Willow Vivian - Imix
[Willow scours the public library first, with little expectation, of finding mention of a fire deity named Imix. She then searches through the Hardcastle and Thayan libraries for the same. If anything is found she especially pays attention to the dogma of the god, and sign of its favor and wrath.]
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Small bits of information, scraps of burnt parchment, strange names and concepts abound. Little is found on Imix
-eneral has said to fall back. The forces of Imix are over running everything. We must fall back to the Plane of Burnt Dreams. Zaaman Rul will k-
Today we finally found the insane cult. They profane Kossuth with their adoration of a hellish elemental. Prince, Duke, Archomental, what ever it calls itself. All the worshipers were put to the sword. Denson was concerned at the appearance of priest of Imix. I have told him to focus, and that even devils can appear to have divine intercession if they play properly. I will bring his concerns to the Inquisitor, but he had better pray that Vaust does not hear them.
In regards to the Elemental Planes and the Archomentals there in, it can be said that despite appearances, they too hold true to the Rule of Three. While your average scholar may feel strongly that there are four elemental planes, and thus only eight Archomentals, this average scholar would be incorrect. With the calculation of the Quasi and Para elemental planes, and the addition of the Positive and the Negative Planes, you have a grand total of 18 different realms. Each with their own pair of Archomentals. Of course, one can only grow curious if a third Archomental on each plane exist, one that is more concerned with the balance between the other two. Only interfearing should the balance of the plane be thrown off? Or maybe when the concept of the element itself is in danger. To know the minds of these creatures is a great leap. But, given the nature of the Verse and the Rule of Three, it is highly likely a third type does exist.
.. and warring against the Noble Djinn, the Efreeti. No natives to this world, the Efreeti are guided by six Lords, who reside on the Plane of Fire in a wondrous city. There the worship a deity known as Imix. It is widely speculated that this is one of the faces of Kossuth. However, I would not tell such a theory to an Efreeti…
[She looks for information then about this plane of burnt dreams.]