At the end of the Dawn Ages the hubris of mortals reached its ultimate form when they sought to create a perfect god. At his birth terrible portents shook the world and a great struggle began which lasted almost a century.
Nysalor is not now worshiped for Arkat the Destroyer killed and dismembered the god, and scattered the pieces across the worlds. The story of Nysalor is well known and often repeated as a moral tale. Most people know only parts of the whole story.
No images of the living god survive. He is depicted in Pelorian manuscripts as a radiant man, floating above the ground in a pose of cross-legged meditation.