Pieces of the Puzzle
Olaf is the dominant god or the kingdom of Faramond. His church reigns with great power there, sometimes even exceeding the power of the state. He is stern and taciturn, with no patience for nonsense. He orders conformity to his adherents, so that heresy and dissent cannot prevent unity from forming a great future for a people. Olaf has a soft spot for the common person, and wishes him to be a great of a piece of the whole as a king. He also does not wish to see chaos cause people to stray off course, and has little patience for most of the Dark Pantheon, except perhaps for Tiamat and possibly Bokor, as long as the latter’s undead raising can be kept to a minimum or put to use for society. Due to their firmness and fairness, Olaf’s priests often serve as judges. Olaf is lawful neutral, and may have any non-chaotic, non-evil individual as a cleric.