Jame herself could see neither god nor chariot because of the glare. When she held up her hands to blot out the heart of the fire, however, it seemed to her that behind it was not the rear of the temple but the city itself, as though seen from a great height, with the details of the Lower Town preternaturally distinct. […] Anger shook the air like the steady, immense rumble of a volcano, penetrating flesh, jarring bone, yet unheard. It was the darkness at the heart of the light.
Jame's narration, God Stalk,
"Chapter 5: Winter Days"

Dalis-sar is the sun god of the New Pantheon. Like all the New Pantheon gods, he was originally a person; Dalis-Sar was originally a Kendar, a Kencyr monotheist, and likely a berserker.[2] He is Men-dalis's father and Dally's foster-father.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 God Stalk, Book II: Crown of Nights, "Chapter 5: Winter Days" — " 'He's Dalis-sar, the sun god of the New Pantheon.' […] 'How did that happen?' […] 'My mother was a handmaiden in his temple in Tai-abendra. Actually, I wasn't born until after she'd left to marry a local tradesman, but she arranged for my adoption so I and Mendy, who's a true god's son, would be full brothers.' 'Handmaiden' was the usual clerical euphemism for a temple prostitute."
  2. God Stalk, Book II: Crown of Nights, "Chapter 5: Winter Days" — "Once Dally had proudly told Jame that, like all the deities of the New Pantheon, Dalis-sar had once been a man, and that man, a Kencyr. She had smiled at the idea of a monotheist being drafted as a god. Now, however, the cold darkness of that rage, so like her own the day the beam had fallen, left no room for doubt."

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