Korathir, God of Law
When mortals gathered together in cities and communities, they turned to law to help ensure peace and prosperity. Thus was born the dogma of Korathir, God of Law: that all things be protected by order and with honor, and that justice be dealt fairly.
Korathir was known to the more ancient races as Bahamut. As Bahamut, it is said he is able to take the form of a great golden dragon. In this form, he seeks justice for the wrongfully wounded, much like Perun, God of Retribution. Unlike Perun, Korathir is considered a strictly good deity, and he will only resort to brute strength and power as a last resort.
Korathir is a popular deity for paladins, given his dominion over order, law, and justice. It is customary in many cities for a sign of Korathir to be affixed over a place of law, such as a courthouse. His symbols are a scale, or a golden dragon’s head.