I am trying to dig up more information on Sucellus for the Divine story I am taking part it, and would love for some help. Here is what I know about him so far. He was the god of nature, and lived with and protected the elves during the Gods War. He eventually took sides when Agares threatened his arch-angel (and son?), Cernunnos. He was okay with withdrawing when the Compact was signed, because he did not want to see his children, the elves, hurt. He also did not like the destruction it was causing the world. When Mulcarn entered creation, Sucellus volunteered to stop him. He fought Mulcarn and was killed. His body was divided into 7 pieces and placed in seven Tombs of Sucellus. He was the first god to die and travel to the underworld, where he met Arawn. He convinced Arawn to give him the precept of Life so he could return to the world and bring life back to it. When did this rebirth occur? Before or after Mulcarn was killed by Kylorin? In order to be reborn, Sirona had to gather the seven pieces of Sucellus and bring them together. She did this because she is believed to be Sucellus' lover. This is my current understanding of his lore. I also had some questions. Is Basium now technically Sucellus's arch-angel, as he was created to be the arch-angel for the precept of Life? If not, does Sucellus have an arch-angel, or any for that matter? Can he just whip some up? What is the difference between the precept of Life and Nature? Is the creation of a living thing Life, but the rearing of it Nature? Thanks a lot!