Discovering the New World
A lesser deity not for lack of power, but by nature. Time is
ever-present, and yet takes action only in the most exceptional of
cases; never changes, yet has no discernable form or traits. The few
chosen disciples in history ever to interact with Time directly relate
the experience as if they were reading from a book that wasn’t there.
No voice, no visible form, just a presence. Primarily, his small
order are the historians and neutral observers of the world, and are
granted powers of perception as well as his protection. Deliberately
attacking a neutral agent of Time is unwise in the extreme.