Teclis

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Teclis
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Titles The Illuminator[6]
The Ever Radiant[6]
The Mage God[6]
The Light of Truth[6]
The Archmage[6]
Teclis the Wise [6]
Domains Realm of Hysh
Type Ascended deity
Status Active
Home The Hyshian Zenith[6]
Relatives Tyrion (Brother)[3]
Affiliation Order
Followers Mages
Scholars
Lumineth Realm-lords
Adjectives Teclian [3]

Teclis was the god of the Realm of Hysh together with his brother Tyrion.[1]

History

Age of Myth

Teclis was awakened by his brother Tyrion in the Realm of Hysh, they, as it's ruling deities were able to shape it to their will, but also serve and protect it. Tyrion can only see through Teclis eyes, so they had to explore this new world together, growing more desperate to find more of their kind. To their joy they found something familiar, Sigmar, but this emotion quickly turned to despair as they learned there were no Aelves outside of Azyrheim. They both swore oaths to join Sigmar and his growing pantheon.[1]

Upon reaching Azyr, Teclis eagerly took the chance to meet the Aelves found, explore it’s vast libraries, and consult venerable ancients such as Dracothian. It was Teclis that gave the people of Azyr scholarship and science. The Illuminator did not stop here, however; he did more to propagate the study of magic throughout the realms more than any other god, helping to found the Collegiate Arcane and tutoring the Eldritch Council in the ways of his lost people. [6]

The most powerful mage of the Realm of Ghyran, Sanasay Bayla begins his quests for Realm's End by visiting the great temple of Teclis the Wise in his home city of Andamar. He climbs the winding stair, drinks a single drop of mona nectar and whispering the necessary incantations he is transported to a world with five suns where he meets the god. Teclis advises him to go to the Iron Temples of the duardin and gain entrance to the required portal, defeat the guardian beyond which only death can kill. Whilst he gives the mage his blessing he warns him that he may not find what he truly desires there. [2]

Once the plot to trap Slaanesh was complete, Teclis withdrew almost completely from Azyr, wanting to ensure the the secret recreation of Aelven society was a success. Being the one that discovered the best way to coax souls from the pleasure god’s grasp, and wanting to improve upon society as he saw fit, Teclis got the first share of souls, who he would name the Cythai. These creations were wrong, however, and fled from his truthful light into the oceans, becoming the Idoneth Deepkin[6]. He sought to destroy these wretches, but his brother Tyrion persuaded him not to.Needs Citation

Learning from his earlier mistakes, he created the Lumineth, Aelves he deemed flawless, despite them having flaws within. [6]

Age of Chaos

He, Tyrion and Malerion used their powers to obscure Azyr, hiding the creation of the Stormcast Eternals from even Tzeentch himself.[2b]

Age of Sigmar

Teclis and Lumineth Realm-lords fighting a horde of Slaanesh Daemons

The Tower of Prios, a tower built by Teclis out of aetherquartz, used it's purifying beam to diminish the Shyish Necroquake.[3]

Morathi warns the Aelven gods of Slaanesh's eventual escape and only Teclis listens to her and seeks her wisdom in secret. He amasses the martial orders of Hysh and invokes ancient pacts with the realms spirits to boost the power of his gleaming warhosts in preparation for a era of conflict to come.[4a]

See Also

Teclis in the World-That-Was

Sources

Deities of the Mortal Realms and Beyond
Ascended Alarielle - Grimnir - Grungni - Kragnos - Malerion - Morathi - Nagash - Sigmar - Teclis - Tyrion
Elemental Gorkamorka (Gork - Mork)
Chaos Gods Dark Gods (Great Horned Rat - Khorne - Nurgle - Slaanesh - Tzeentch) - Necoho
Zodiacal Godbeasts Argentine - Auroxis - Behemat - Bitterblood - Boingob - Chimerac - Dracothion - Drakatoa - Fangathrak - Ghillnarad Dhor - Gnorros - Hammergord - Hrunspuul - Hydragos - Ignimbris - Ignax - Kharybtar - Lode-Griffon - Mammothas - Nagendra - Nyxtor - Rakka Nak - Ravenak - Shattatusk - Shurihuratha - Skalok - Skwidmuncha - Spider God - Tatto'Na'Kotto - Ulfdengnarl - Ur-Phoenix - Ursricht‎ - Vulcatrix - Vytrix - Ymnog
Unspecified Aspect of Chaos (Devourer of Existence - Ever-Raging Flame) - Adembi - Bad Moon - Cunning Agtheyma - Daemon-God (Great Gatherer - Hashut) - Great Bull-Roarer - God of Sharks - Kurnoth - Manarchael - Mirmidh - Mirrored Twins - Morghur - Morrda - Mother of All Cats - Myrmidia - Nharvolak - Samneth - Sotek - Stalagog - Taal - Valaya - Vultza - Beyond the Realms (Y'ulae)
Asur Pantheon Aesha - Anath - Athaerti - Drakira - Erek - Khaine - Ladriella - Mathlann - Néthu - Thial
Old Ones Seraphon (Chotec - Huanchi - Itzl - Tepok) - Old Rulers (Dreaming God - King of Broken Constellations - Obsidian Eel - Ravok - Yahm)
Underworld Deities Brine-God - Gazul - Lauchon - Prince of Cats - Vannah - Xereus
Chosen - Demigods - Types (Aspect of Chaos - Daemon-God - Old Ones - Underworld Deities - Winter Gods) - Pantheons (Asur - Dark Gods - Duardin - Invidian - Order)
Lumineth Realm-lords
Units Alarith (Spirit of the Mountain - Stoneguard - Stonemage) - Hurakan (Spirit of the Wind - Windcharger - Windmage) - Lightcourser - Scinari (Calligrave - Cathallar - Loreseeker) - Scryhawk - Treerunner - Vanari (Auralan Sentinel - Auralan Warden - Bannerblade - Bladelord - Dawnrider - Lord Regent - Starshard Ballista) - Xintilian Stallion
Characters Avalenor - Celennar - Ellania - Ellathor - Harantio - Lyrior Uthralle - Light of Eltharion - Sevireth - Teclis - Tyrion - Yliana
Great Nations Alumnia - Helon - Iliatha - Syar - Ymetrica - Zaitrec
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