The Keshian god of illusions, trickery, deceit, revelry, debauchery and thievery. He purportedly sired the daemon princes that now rule Kesh by seducing or raping hundreds of mortal women while the Fate of Conception slept, poisoned by a draught of Kelek’s creation.
Despite his ill deeds, Keshians pay regular homage to the deity. He is often depicted in art and sculpture as an insatiable satyr, bearing wine and cavorting with naked mortals. “To catch Kelek’s curse,” is to suffer the side effects of a night of heavy drinking.
For reasons unknown, the Injau actively discourage organized worship of Kelek. His idols are tolerated in communal shrines but temples and dedicated shrines are not. By necessity, Kelek’s temples are rare and secret, masquerading as places of worship to other gods when publicly accessible.