The Lord of Sunshine is a being in Daventry's legends.


The unicorn in Daventry calls upon (or praises) the Lord of Sunshine after regaining her form. It can be assumed that it's a deity in Daventry's legends. Perhaps the sun-like and lion-like individual portrayed on the Mask of Eternity and revered by the Archons in the Realm of the Sun.

It was by the Lord of Sunshine, that Connor became the chosen one.

Another sun god was worshiped by the ancient civilization that once lived in the Desert, in the the world of Eldritch.[1] However it is unclear if it had any connection to the Lord of Sunshine. It was in fact part of a duel personality shared with the Water God.

The Lord of Sunshine appears to be another title for God, for the Lord of the Universe has the power to command the rising and setting of the sun.

The Lord of Darkness is apparently the antithesis to the Lord of Sunshine.

Behind the scenesEdit

If the Lord of Darkness is an allusion to Lucreto the game's villain, its possible that Lord of Sunshine could be an allusion to Uriel, the archon who made the biggest stand against Lucreto's fall. Or it could be that Lord of Sunshine is a reference to God (the 'sun god' the Mask of Eternity represents), and the Lord of Darkness could be his adversary. Or a benevolent and non-evil character such as Azriel.

"...and so I looked back at, like Mesopotamia had their big god, who was a sun god, and he was shown by his symbol was a golden disk with wings. If you look at our mask that we have here, he is golden, and gold has been symbolic of the sun, because it's an incorruptible material, it always shines, it never tarnishes. You can see he sort of haves that sun look, the rays are coming out from him. The wings above his eyes came from the old Mesopotamian god,the winged disk...and also the beard comes from the lion and Leo, and lions have also been associated with God, and sun gods, and the sun in ancient religions, and is also a very powerful male symbol...and so I took those ideas and worked with a very good artist, who is working for sierra, by the name of John Shroades, and he, I gave him all those ideas, and I gave him different masks, he could look at and the different symbology of various masks, ancient masks, and he came up with this, and I just think it's a very strong symbol."-Roberta Williams, Talk Spot 2.


  1. KQC, 4th Edition, 392
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