Walker of the Winds


  • Title(s) – Walker of the Winds
  • Influence – Air, Wind
  • Appearance – He is often portrayed as a translucent traveler with a long hair and beard, a wide-brimmed hat, playing a flute as he walks through the air.


  • Symbol – Swirling Wind
  • Focus
  • Color(s) – White and Blue
  • Element – Air
  • Animal


  • Center of Worship
  • Scriptures
  • Leader
  • Priesthood
  • Orders
  • Aspects
  • Touched
  • Holy Days
  • Friends
  • Enemies
  • Sayings


For centuries before the First Temple was built, the people of the Iron Coast worshiped (among others) a man that moved with the air and wind. Large bonfires were built along the shores of the Nyr Plàtanya while the sounds of countless flutes and pipes offered music to the starry night. The ancient Cult of Naðal was ancient before the first Dekàlans landed on the northern shores. The origin of the Cult is long forgotten, but is believed to be native to this region above the Tor’n Evalshat.

There are no formal academies or schools for followers of Naðal. Those wishing to become shamans undergo a personal quest to discover the spirit-god’s mysteries. Many have claimed to find “old winds” in the high mountains that carry the words and teachings of shamans that have “rejoined” the air and dust. After seasons alone in these high places, some shamans return to civilized lands versed in ancient lore and able to summon the powers of the spirit-god. Such was the transformation of Salàn dā Adal of Oð. An agitator of some reputation, Salan was a proficient orator who used his talent to incite crowds against the Merchant Guards and other authorities in the City of Oð. After spending weeks in a Kryçàryn cell overlooking the Kre Dùlnar, Salan claimed to hear words within the harbor wind that howled passed his window. Upon his release, the man walked south through the Sulsàdter and Elmark to find the source of the words he’d heard. Climbing high into the Tor’n Evalshat, Salan spent three years in a timberline cave listening to the mountain winds. Upon his return in 648 DR, Salan proved himself to be a shaman of some power. Reports of the shaman’s abilities included the power to direct winds, move voices, and transport himself short-distances through the air. While these magics caused a great stir within the City, more troubling was his crusade against “fettered spirits”.

The Cult

The Priesthood

Daily Activities

Holy Days and Rituals

Places of Worship

Nomenclature: Nathal Dekàlic: Naðal (god), Naðàli (pertaining to), Naðàlyn (follower), Naðàlyr (followers), Pryn Nàðal (priest), Pryr Nàðal (priests)