Jahtheil has always been the one that kept Order and Chaos balanced. He has fallen to Chaos, however, and he is now better known as simply the God of Chaos. Those that claim to follow him are usually the carefree type that want an excuse to do whatever they want. However, his true followers are fanatical cultists. Each group of his worshipers is different and their rules and practices often change, leaving them unpredictable and very hard to understand. If anyone ever wanted to understand them.Element:
He was once a childish god, viewed as the annoying little prankster brother. But as chaos overtook his mind he has become unpredictable and dangerous. Really the best way to describe him is downright insane. Everything he does is in the name of "fun", whether it be taunting the Goddesses with his maniacal laughter or destroying villages for the heck of it. It's often believed that the storms that sometimes complicate battles and confuse or hinder warriors are sent by Jahtheil, not wanting to "miss out".
His temper is as equally unpredictable as his actions and often the reason for his wrath is unknown. Sometimes he doesn't notice small offenses and other times they infuriate him. It's never known what will appease him when he's angered. The same thing he ignored last time may make him extremely happy the next time. One can only try and pray and hope.
On the flip side, if it suits him, Jahtheil may also decide to play on the Goddesses side of the chessboard of life. It really depends on what's going on, who's winning, and his current mood (which is always changing).
The worst mistake anyone could make would be to call him crazy to his face. He refuses to believe this fact and will go into a fit of anger. Mortals and immortals alike are advised to avoid this god at all costs and have nothing to do with him. Other:
Jahtheil is believed to be the youngest of the gods. It's also believed that he's very active in the mortal realm, appearing as a raven, cat, snake, or other animal. No one is really sure what he looks like and in depictions of him this is represented by placing a mask over the god's face, giving him the sort of nick name of the Masked God.