Fig. 1.1: Stained Glass portrayal of Zagophon (possibly Zoral)

Zagophon [zahg-oh-fawn] (Elder Zevestivak: Zagofon; Direct VRA : Zagophon) is a prominent angelic figure in Zevestivan Faith.


Zagophon roughly translates to "Upholder" or "One who Upholds."


Zagophon is often depicted as a bodiless head with wings and arms. The gender is unknown since a Zardu Belt or Kozan Chest Plate, key garments often used to specify gender, is always absent. Despite this Zagophon is usually referred to as male. Zagophon is one of the few angelic figures whose modern portrayals have not been humanized and match those in ancient religious texts.

Role in Zevestivan FaithEdit

Zagophon, along with Zoral is sometimes associated as Monar Veloth's favorite servant, often serving as a bringer of knowledge and wisdom. Together with Zoral, Zagophon is often sent as a messenger of wisdom and hidden knowledge to mortals. Zagophon's first appearance in the Kor Zoridil was in the Script of Makza where he and Zoral brought a warning of calamity. Together they guided the Zevestivan people to a safe land where they would avoid disaster.

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Fig: 2.1: Stained Glass of Zagophon or possibly Zoral on a Zevestivan Cathedral.


  • Stained glass depictions of Zagophon may appear on on Cathedrals built by a Zevestivan player in Sigma.


  • Zagophon is sometimes associated with the moon and air by the Zevestivan.
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