This article is about the deity. For the religions based around worship of the Lord of Fire, see Doctrine of Flame.
Lord of Fire worship is the worship of an ancient spiritual being known by many names, but ruling over fire. The Lord of Fire represents both its bright and good effects, such as light, life, and growth, as well as its darker side of destruction, burning, and death. He is believed to have some connection to the Sun.
The Lord of Fire is recognised by the majority of world religions as a powerful entity even if not worshipped directly.
The Blazing AvatarEdit
See Blazing Avatar
The Blazing Avatar is the head of the church of the Lord of Fire, believed to be the Lord's mortal agent.
Followers of the Tzaltec Dragon Cult believe the Lord of Fire to be a perverted representation of their dragon god Tzetultep. Orthodox Doctrine of Flame worshippers historically believed Tzetultep to be an aspect of the true Lord of Fire, but following the pronouncement of First Brother Ramzi in 568, recognition of Tzetultep as the true form of the Lord is now Temple doctrine.
Appearance at the Second Grand BallEdit
The Lord of Fire temporarily incarnated at the Second Grand Ball at the request of Tendaji of Genivana. The imperfect attempts to contain His presence led to the death or injury of many of the guests.