Harot has presumably taken a seat in the royal council long ago, being the God of Justice and Order he was one of the most trusted Gods on the side of Aldis, in favor of peace and harmony for mortals and gods alike, as well as equality and brotherhood between all. He rose to the rank of Inner Circle quickly, serving in the war against Traxis with all of his strength and courage, loyal to Aldis unto the end, believing Traxis to be a strong opposer of Justice among Myth, and having a blatant disregard for mortals' lives, endangering the lives of countless others to further his own goals. Harot was among the group of Gods on the Royal Council who halted Death's advance, further assisting Aldis to destroy the Death army, and Death himself, for a temporary period of time.
The God of Justice is a God based around morals, believing that serving justice is a step down the path of good. He strongly believes in justice and order among all, including mortals, whom most Traxian gods disregard, and he is quite possibly the most loyal and trusted God under Aldis, serving him through the years of famine and despair, even during Traxis' rule. He wishes for harmony among all beings, believing Aldis to be exactly that path, representing all that he and his spheres stand for, with Traxis as the complete opposite. However, even being the God of Justice, he also thinks that there is no chance for redemption, and that formerly evil Gods should be executed or exiled so that the problem does not resurface.
Appearing as a knight with heavy silver armor, Harot prefers to wield a long sword as a weapon, with light radiating off of the blade. His garments underneath his armor are a blue color, visible in some places and protruding out. His armor is accented with gold, and his hair is long and black. In his other open hand, he holds a large shield, which he uses to block enemy attacks and sometimes bash in an enemy's skull, to either kill them, stun them, or knock them unconscious with the force of the metal.
Since he is the God of Justice, it comes as no surprise that Harot is empowered against Gods with evil intent, or who are committing evil actions. Whether it is because he is serving justice, boosted with the will and strength to defeat them, or simply an increase in power related to his sphere, it is unknown. [WIP]