Yurmal can be called many names. Many people call him Yurmal, his human name, but the elves call him Dev’ril, the dragonborn call him Trudius, and mercenaries call him Protrio. In all though, everyone understands the title of “Trickster” as referring to Yurmal. Yurmal is a thief, rogue, merchant, mercenary, philanthropist, human, elf, cat, male, female, soldier, ruler, servant, slave, and anything else he can think up that suits him at that time. In his spare time, he is sometimes a deity as well. He pledges no allegiance to anyone or any pantheon because he is so undefinable. He is in is own pantheon which he calls either the “Best Pantheon” or what most people call it, the Illusion pantheon. He is alone in this pantheon because one of the requirements is that you must be able to trick Yurmal into letting you in. The most impressive feat accomplished by Yurmal is to have been in every Pantheon and left each of them on good terms, even the Evil Pantheon. His trickery has allowed him to create illusions that actually exist. For example, the illusion of a lion would actually become a lion. The few people allowed to be a disciple of Yurmal have this ability as well in their further ranks. His temples are never easily accessible or marked in any way. The only way to find it is if Yurmal tricks you into going there because he wants you to join. There have been reports of a woman who was a renown jester and thief who was lifted by a few dozen dodo birds who promptly flew in the air, turned into Gliding squirrels and she wasn’t seen for a month (when she robbed a bank dressed as a rabbit).