FR Scales of War
A priest of Gond, Inogo hails from the distant city of Ammathtar This city lies far to the northeast, beyond Rethild Vale by at least three weeks’ travel. Inogo is the current leader of this city of temples. A theocratic city state, Ammathtar also boasts a massive college of divinity, where worshipers of nearly any deity can openly practice their faith. As a result of its varied populace, the city’s leadership is formed of a council of priests of the most worshiped deities in the city. The council changes as the population changes. Some deities fall out of favor while others rise. But Gond’s worshipers have been a power in the city for years, and Inogo is the most recent in a long series of Gond-worshiping council leaders known as Deacons.
Ammathtar is a city accustomed to nearly endless debate, thanks to efforts to accommodate every faith represented on the ruling council. As someone long schooled in this approach to government, Deacon Dravitch is well out of his league in a group that needs to make decisions quickly and decisively. He represents a powerful city, however, in terms of both its military and divine might. Ammathtar could field a veritable army of healers, as well as a mounted corps of paladins.* Inogo is mostly quiet in Coalition meetings, speaking up only when a plan of action is proposed. He is, at first, unwilling to commit any resources without first “exploring other options” or his personal favorite, “negotiating with these githyanki to help them see reason.”* Odos despises Inogo immediately, and Inogo reciprocates. As Ammathtar has yet to experience anything like the githzerai have at the hands of the invaders (in fact, Ammathtar has been entirely spared, to this point), it’s an understandable attitude.