God of the sea in its noble aspect, commerce, and art, Namilir is a boisterous and rowdy god, much akin to the many swarthy sailors that pay him homage. He gives freely of his bounty, and asks only for song and merriment as his due.
His worshipers are often as vibrant as he himself is portrayed, and his teachings are to give freely from the self. Sometimes in the form of a song or a word of good tidings, from those who prosper he expects charity. For as the god of commerce, it is his influence that makes a man wealthy, and it is often his will that those who share their prosperity with others find more and more prosperity themselves.
Namilir’s chief enemy is Vycek, the god of the deep, dark places in the sea. Many of their battles have shaped the current day oceans, and many think that the terrible sudden swells that appear in the middle of an otherwise calm ocean are a result of the constant skirmishes between these deities.