Ibis is a lesser Stygian god, opposed by Set. The priests of Ibis were driven from Stygia by the snake-worshippers of Set. The rise of the dark wizard Thoth-Amon was instrumental in the downfall of Ibis and his priests.
A god of knowledge, learning, and magic, priests of Ibis are usually scholars, sages, doctors, or diviners.
Ibis isn't generous with his knowledge, but neither is he covetous of it. For those who study and work hard with research, he is a faithful source of information. His worshippers claim that Ibis is omniscient.
It's said that Ibis keeps a set of three great books, in which all knowledge is recorded. These books are locked away at the heart of a great crypt.
Ibis doesn't send his avatar often into the world, but might do so to further his own interests in seeking new knowledge and magic, or to oppose Set. Ibis can manifest as a sudden burst of inspiration, or through dreams when sleeping and in visions.
The priests of Ibis sometimes ally with the priests of Mitra against their enemy, the cult of Set.
Kalanthes, who is a wizard-priest, is sometimes referred to as "the last priest of Ibis".
|Aquilonian||Asura • Mitra|
|Stygian||Ajujo • Derketo • Ibis • Jhil • Set|
|Other||Xotli • Ymir • Erlik • Zath • Dagoth • Bardisattva • Nebethet • Yezud • The True Gods • Al'Kiir • Ilas • Ailing • Ahriman • Thog • Bel|