The Eternal Cycle of Ulimora
Ulimora as a deity and religion is an exercise in duality. Most of the followers are descendants
of the Elven kingdom Aemariim, many of which are half elves. It is becoming more common to see human followers, but gnomish and dwarven devotees are still a rarity.
He is depicted with a scale in one hand and an hourglass in the other. Surrounding her are concentric rings of the many repeating patterns of the world. Day and night, the tides, the seasons, birth and death. Statues of Ulimora do not have a back, but a second face and torso facing the other direction. One is male, the other female, as the deity is the essence of flux. To practitioners, there is no end to anything, merely the continuing of the cycles that keep the world alive. To resist this cycle is to stall the wheels of life and invite ruin.
Reincarnation is a central tenet of the faith. When a person or creature dies, it is not whisked away to some far off never realm, but remade and given new life to once again move the wheels of life.