Keshian god of the oceans, winds, travel, adventure and good fortune. He is the patron deity of sailors and merchants.
Temples dedicated to Seyahet’s worship are rare, but a shrine can be found in even the smallest coastal village. Clerics of Seyahet are more likely to found aboard a ship.
Seyahet is most often depicted in art or sculpture as an aged human or half-elf facing eastward, toward the rising sun. He usually has a walking stick and a backpack, though in coastal towns his equipment is often replaced with a coil of rope and either a cutlass or a gaff.
Seyahet does not normally accept evil worshipers.