His name backwards spells "Rolex," an expensive brand of watches.
Titles: The Time Lord; The Guardian of the Divine Clock; The Lord of the Hours; The Great Timekeeper.
Divine attributes and symbols: The Hourglass; The Hammer marked with the seal of infinity.
Xelor is the master of Time. He is responsible for the Divine Clock, which sets the rhythm for the World's time. His face remains covered, hidden under a large pointy hat, and his hammer is stamped with the seal of the infinite. He looks threatening, and it's a good thing, as the demons of the hours, who love to kill time by being mischievous, might have misbehaved even more otherwise! Just like his disciples, he wears wrappings, except that his crumble to dust as soon as he moves...
— Dofus (MMO)
For a list of known Xelor characters, see Category:Xelor.
The symbol of Xelor's disciples is the Sandglass.
Xelors love using their tick-tock tactics to play with time. Fascinated with clockwork mechanisms of all kinds, they can’t bear to see a single second slip through their fingers… or a single enemy! Here’s a tip: if you see them fiddling with their clock hands, run for your life, or the bell will soon be tolling for you…
Xelor's disciples must adhere to the following commandments:
- Thou shalt take thy time, as well as that of others.
- Thou shalt count to ten before speaking.
- Thou shalt strike when the time cometh.
- Thou shalt greet thy peers with a little hand wave.
- Thou shalt always have the correct time.
- Thou shalt swallow a spoonful of oil each morning to keep the cogs turning.
- Thou shalt ensure thy bandages are fastened securely before each teleportation.
- Thou shalt never be late without first presenting thine excuses.
- Thou shalt have tactics that are full of tick tock.
- Thou shalt respond in a timely manner when asked the hour.
If thou dost not follow these commandments, thou shalt walk around the dial twenty-four times as a sign of penitence.
Praise be to Xelor, the faceless god!— Dofus (MMO)
Xelors as described in their temple
Xelor's worshippers venerate everything to do with telling the time: clocks, chimes, hands and so on. They consider all timepieces to be representations of Xelor himself... although some apparently think that they are also reincarnations of their ancestors... Scholars still haven't got to the bottom of this strange group which plays with time like children play with ants and magnifying glasses. At least they don't have to worry about being on time for appointments!
Xelor disciples protect their bodies from the danger of time warps with bandages. This process is important for a number of reasons. The slightest crack between two wrappings could create a major mishap: any part of their body which is not bandaged can't travel in time at the same speed as the rest of the body! A lapse in concentration could cost them dearly. Now we know why Xelors dress so modestly! Xelors are often appreciated within groups of adventurers as they can increase their allies' ability to act.— Dofus (MMO)