Ruins of the Old Empire
Amaunator replaces Bahamut in the default D&D pantheon. While the silver dragon is his symbol, it in no way represents his appearance. Sophisticated theologians consider the question “What does Amaunator look like?” to be meaningless. The more naïve, if pressed, would likely fall back on the image of an older man in flowing robes and light streaming from his skin. His symbol is the sun disk, a plain circle of gold or―for poorer adherents―bronze.
This god is the “father figure” of the pantheon, the protector, the giver of law and honour, and so is very popular with the nobility. In Lautitha a heretical view has taken hold that Amaunator is the father of the gods, that Pelor is his son, and the other good gods merely assistants or angels of a sort. One of the main concerns of King Rhelsis, a former priest of Amaunator, has been to stamp out this heresy despite many people thinking there are more pressing issues for him to deal with after twenty years of civil war.