Gramail is possibly the most powerful god of the octogram. Why, might you ask, would the god of Law be more powerful than the others? It is not only the laws penned by self important Legislators that lie within His dominion; it is the laws that bind the very fabric of our existence within Temuair.
Gramail is also the god of Natural Law. While we may not consciously think of these laws, they govern us even more so than the laws of the towns. For Gramail to have dominion over these things gives Him immense power. Nearly everything imaginable is bound by the natural laws, and thus nearly everything can be manipulated in some way by Gramail
With His power, Gramail could remove even the very forces that keep our feet planted to the ground. We would all suddenly float to the heavens, perhaps never to return. Indeed, many things can be done while in control of natural law. Lord Gramail is known to have special dominion over two particular aspects of Natural Law: Space and Time.
Every living thing is at the mercy of time. We grow tired and old with its passage, and we're often trying to accomplish things within a set amount of time. A god with dominion over time would then surely have powers great enough to commit mighty acts.
Lord Gramail is also able to alter the age of a person; to make them old or even bring them to an early death. Imagine being at the peak of your youth one moment and a decrepit old man the next. On the opposite side of the coin, He could grant someone eternal youth; thus giving Him a degree of power over Sgrios. This is, perhaps, another reason for the animosity between the two gods.
Finally, Gramail also has the ability to make time stand still. While it is impossible for us to know how often this power is used (if we are frozen along with time it will be as nothing has changed), He can use such a power to aid a pious follower while they are in battle. This would allow for the worshiper to smite their opponent while they remain frozen.
Space is something that is difficult to define. Everything exists within it, and yet we can pass through large seemingly empty spaces. Gramail, in His infinite power, is able to control space as well.
Aislings who worship at the alter in Mileth will undoubted be blessed by Gramail. For their personal piety, Gramail will bend the fabrics of space for aislings of any faith to bring them across Mileth. This is a gift He chooses to share quite freely.
Gramail has many more powers over space, which He chooses not to use thanks only to his righteousness. This is a blessing, for these mighty abilities could wreak havoc instantly.
He has the ability to bring large groups of aislings anywhere, or even send a whole village into the sun. He need only bend the space around whatever he wishes and every aisling and mundane could be lost amongst the stars.
Should He choose, he can even blink an aisling (or anything, for that matter) to a realm of nothingness - or even to nonexistence itself. This is a true oblivion that an unlucky few ever know.
These mighty gifts are only some of the powers He possesses due to his dominion over Natural Law. If this is only a fraction of His power, imagine what else He is capable of. I will leave that to the imaginations of the readers.
Remember this the next time you choose to think of Gramail as the weakest of the gods; for He may just prove you wrong.
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