God Form: Hilal has a form that does not give them a distinct gender or shape beyond that they are quite slender. In their God form they wear a set of pristine white armor and they carry a large sword. On their back are luminescent wings that are made from a brilliant white light and they remind of butterfly wings.
God Glow: Hilal's God glow is white.
Mortal Form: Hilal takes an androgynous form that typically has short blonde hair and a lanky, well toned form. They are often on the taller side. Their mortal form typically has a white set of armor on and a sword at the waist or a leather and linen outfit in black and white.
Personality: Hilal is a stoic and serious, often seeming cold, person who takes honor to extremes. While they are not the warmest of people they are chivalrous and always willing to protect those that are considered weak, be they animals; creatures; mortals; or other Gods. This does not necessarily mean Hilal cares for others but it does mean they will always help those they deem in need of protection or aid.
- Larthin: Grandfather
- Echo: Step-grandparent
- Mataya: Aunt
- Ossian: Father
- Attia: Cousin
- Soleil: Twin
- Masquerade: Aunt/Uncle (First Child of Gods ever, Larthin's)
- Valeria Santua: Second Cousin (Attia's child with a mortal)
- Liam Santua: Uncle (Larthin's child with a mortal)
- Kamala Divinus: Aunt (Larthin's child with a mortal)
- Ozymandias Luminat: Brother (Ossian and Mataya's child)
- Amahle Sunflower: Second Cousin (Attia's child with a mortal)
- Taya Divinus: Aunt (Larthin's child with a mortal)
- Lilah Willowbrooke: Niece (Soleil's child with a mortal)
- Tai Farreach: Son (Hilal's child with a mortal)
- Ren Choisi: Uncle (Larthin's child with a mortal)
- Drew Whitewater: Cousin (Masquerade's Child with a mortal)
- Rajani Luminat: Cousin (Mataya's Child with a mortal)
Worship Expectations: Hilal expects their followers to always strive to uphold their code of honor to perfection. That code of honor doesn’t always have to have good intentions, just a code of honor. There is not much else Hilal expects from their followers.
Clergy Expectations: Hilal holds their clergy to the same standards as their followers with the addendum of the fact they should be chivalrous towards those who are deemed weaker or in need of protection. The clergy of Hilal wear white robes, often over a set of armor or an everyday outfit.
- Ceremony of Honour: The Ceremony of Honour is more of an honouring ceremony, as the name of it implies. It is typically held at dusk and done to show appreciation of those who have done many chivalrous deeds or upheld their honour to their maximum. Little awards or medals are usually given when someone is considered worthy of this ceremony.
- Ceremony of Restoration: The Ceremony is held when it is believed someone has lost their honour and needs it to be restored. This ceremony is typically held when the moon is at its highest point so that the person is bathed in the light of Halil. They are then given twenty lashes, with light healing so they do not die, and absolvement of what they did to lose their honour so that it is considered restored. Not all people are given the right to a Ceremony of Restoration, as some dishonourable deeds should not be absolved.
OOC: Players are welcome to submit ceremony suggestions. We expect the name of the ceremony and details about it. Similar to how the already established ceremonies are done.