The deity of noble combat, glory, law, liberation and protection, Fergus appears as a tall man, with grey eyes. He usually carries a shield, longsword and wears a helmet and armor.
He is the son of Ragnal and Davnet and believes so strongly in noble combat, that he and his father are constantly at odds with each other.
Fergus is warlike, but only in defense of things he believes are worth protecting, such as rightousness, the innocent and the weak.
Fergus expects his followers to uphold the highest ideals of freedom, glory, law and protection. He expects his followers to fight in defense of home and state against outside enemies, and to be skilled in the arts of peace as well as war.
Clerics of Fergus oppose worshipers of Ragnal whenever they can and spend the rest of their time protecting civilized lands from outside threats. Fergus' clerics are always active in civic life, serving as judges, advisors, planners and teachers. His church is a great patron of law and balance, sponsoring many government courts.
Temples to Fergus are always stately and pleasant to look at. In less settled areas where monsters and raiders are a threat, Fergus' temples tend to be fortified, but they are still built to be esthetically pleasing.