He is known as the god of war. He starts countless battles, small and large, between individuals and countries. Some say that it is simply with a whisper that Nerot is capable of seeing his will done.
Nerot is often seen as a malicious god, though some people believe that he is just doing what is necessary to look out for the future of Tellest. Warlike nations and races worship him, not as an evil figure, but as an honorable being, that represents what they should strive to become.
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