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  • Morganti

    h2. Morganti (God of Duty, Loyalty, and Obedience) !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/178784/tn_Tormsymbol_jpg.jpg(Tn tormsymbol jpg)! Morganti is an example to mortals so they could learn loyalty, order, duty, and obedience. He is the patron of …

  • Haela Bright-Axe

    Clerical Raiment: Armor of any sort can be worn, but chain mail preferred. A helm is always worn. For ceremonial purposes, armor or plain robes of steel are worn, with an over cloak of scarlet, with crimson footwear. Sacrifice/Propitiation: The blood …

  • Abbathor

    Abbathor embodies the principle of greed, which is the major weakness of the dwarven race. He has an insatiable lust for treasure, especially gold. He is tolerated by the other gods because he has sided with them in epic battles of the past, but none …

  • Aedon, the Light Bringer

    Aedon is the Creator, and such the most powerful god. He has influence in all spheres and domains, and can master any he desires. Aedon is a jealous and singular god, but also a caring god. His teachings of kindness, good works, and forgiveness are …

  • Amaterasu Omikami

    She is the goddess of the sun and wife of Telperion. Through one of her grandsons, the Imperial Elven family is descended directly from her. In addition to being the goddess of the sun, Amaterasu is the weaver of the gods' robes. She has the power to …

  • Anhur

    Few gods can match the fury of Anhur. However, unlike many war gods, he is a force for good. He always fights against the forces of evil and seldom if ever loses. The wrath of Anhur is slow in coming, for his wisdom is as legendary as his ability to …

  • Ares

    Ares is the god of battle, killing, and fighting. As the personification of the savage side of war, he is fond of strife, anger, and unrestrained blood-letting. Ares battles Anhur continually for dominance of the world. Ares appears as a large …

  • Belenus

    Belenus created the pure energy of the stars. He is the god of light and energy. He rules all of its forms including fire and lightning. He has the ability to control the heat and light from fires and from the sun, bringing them into focus to destroy or …

  • Berronar Truesilver

    Berronar is Moradin's wife, a defender/protector who is also the dwarven deity of healing. She rules over the affairs of the home, but is no passive homebody. Her protection extends to all of dwarven civilization, and she guards records and archives of …

  • Bragi

    Bragi is the god of poetry and song. He is venerated by bards but is considered secondary to Oghma. Bragi is neutral good in alignment. Bragi appears as an old man with a long white beard and a sparkle in his eye. It is said that when he sings he …

  • Brandobaris

    Brandobaris is the master of adventure and misadventure. The moral lesson of many of his journeys and scrapes is that its better not to dash off unprepared into danger; but Brandobaris is an agreeable, friendly rascal. In myth, he always manages to escape …

  • Clangeddin Silverbeard

    Clangeddin is the Father of Battle, the general on the battlefield who leads from the front. He is concerned with war as a way of life, very different to Moradin in this respect. “War is the finest hour of dwarvenkind" is a saying of the god and his …

  • Corellon Larethian

    Corellon Larethian is the embodiment of the highest ideals of elvenkind. Corellon is a powerful warrior god, wielding weapons of unspeakable power when he dons his dazzling battle gauntlets. Swift and terrible, Corellon's martial might belies his soft …

  • Crom

    Crom is the god of the Mountains, Earth, Sky, and River. He is the patron god of the Molndai. He rules over his domain with absolute authority. He is an uncaring god and his followers get little help from him, he rules through fear and domination. Crom …

  • Dagdha

    Dagdha is the god of agriculture and weather. He is of Neutral Good alignment and attracts followers of any good or neutral moral alignments. Dagdha's symbol is a sheaf of golden wheat. Dagdha is known as the Great Shepherd, and is portrayed as an …

  • Dumanthion

    Dumanthion is known as "Keeper of Secrets Under the Mountain”, and he hides the secrets of the earth until deserving and diligent dwarves are ready to be guided to them. He lays veins of metals where he feels they will best benefit his followers when they …

  • Forseti

    Forseti is the god of justice. He is the wisest and most eloquent of the gods, he is the arbiter of divine disputes. No one has ever found fault with one of his decisions, and Aedon often calls upon him to decide matters in which the leader of the gods …

  • Gruumsh

    Gruumsh is the undisputed head of the pantheon of the orcs. Gruumsh was once a Alar that followed Melkor in his fall and later led his humanoid armies against the elves. He is a fearsome, brutal god who revels in warfare, and ever seeks new territory for …

  • Hanali Celanil

    Hanali is the embodiment of romance, beauty, and love. She has a crystal fountain pool of immense size and draughts from the waters are bequeathed by her to her senior priests as potions of love. Hanali is revered by many half-elves as well as elves, in …

  • Heimdall

    The god of guardians and protection, Heimdall is the epitome of the guardian, the watcher, and the guard. His popularity is great in places where protection from the wilds of nature and its creatures is most necessary. Heimdall is ever vigilant, and …

  • Isis

    As the goddess of magic she is one of the most powerful in the entire pantheon. Isis gave the gift of magic to the elves; she later allowed them to teach the humans about magic and its power. She helped established the Conclave. Isis alignment is …

  • Loki

    Loki is the god of mischief and trickery. He is chaotic neutral and attracts followers of any non-Lawful alignment. A sly trickster who is always causing trouble among the gods. Loki has the power to change shape into anything. If any being, including …

  • Lolth

    Lolth is the principle deity of the drow race and drow society. Her priestesses’ rule drow society and no drow deity would dare to oppose Lolth. She is an elemental force of darkness and evil, a true ancient demon of might. Despite her chaotic …

  • Marthammor Duin

    Marthammor Duin is the protector of adventurers, travelers, and dwarves in non-dwarven or mixed communities, and all the dwarves who travel or live far from the dwarven homeland. His secondary aspect is unique among hill dwarves as a god of lightning, …

  • Melkor

    Melkor is the god of darkness, loss, and pain. He is neutral evil and resides in Hades. He is worshiped by those that deal in the night, who hate the light (such as goblin races and their allies) and who feel bitterness loss and pain. Melkor’s symbol …

  • Mercion

    As the goddess of healing, Mercion cares for the sick and the wounded without regard to their worship. Mercion is willing to give healing to all that need it, including enemies. Mercion is Neutral Good and her followers must be of good alignment. …

  • Mitra

    Mitra is the goddess of Nature, and protector of the animals and plants of the world. She was created by Dagdha to fill his need for companionship. Mitra is one of the most powerful of the Nature gods or goddess in the pantheon. She appears as a …

  • Moradin

    Moradin is the Creator God of the dwarven race. A god of formidable strength, his weapons and tools, all of which he crafts himself, are unusable by any mortal beings, and even by most other deities (Clangeddin, the war god, is an exception). Moradin is a …

  • Morrigan

    Morrigan is the destructive force of nature. He is the god of storms, forest fires, earthquakes, tornadoes and general destruction. He makes his home on the plane of Limbo, and he is both chaotic and neutral in his nature. He attracts the destroyer, the …

  • Nubius

    Nubius is the god of death, including assassination and murder. He was the god of lies, tyranny, and betrayal before Sieboldiana claimed the powers from him. Even with his recent loss of power he is one of the most powerful gods in the pantheon, having …

  • Oghma

    Oghma is the god of knowledge and the arts, the Binder of What is Known, and the Patron of Bards and Scribes. He is portrayed in many ways, but often as a dark skinned man with a bald head, except for a small circle of wispy white hair. He sometimes …

  • Sieboldiana the Betrayer

    Sieboldiana, The Betrayer, is a new god. He is at the core evil and twisted - chaotic evil alignment. He took his power from Nubius, supposedly absorbing part of Melkor’s old divine essence. He resides on Tellus-Aboreah in a fortress of unspeakable …

  • Silvanus

    Silvanus is the Lord of the Forest, the god of the woods and those creatures within them. He is the patron of rangers. He is a Neutral Good lesser power; he is the son of Mitra and in service to her. Silvanus appears as a long legged young man …

  • Solonor Thelandria

    Solonor Thelandria is the elven god of hunting, archery, and survival in wild and harsh places. In his latter aspect, he is worshiped by a few elven fighters, in addition to those rangers, hunters, and woodsmen who revere him. Solonor has a primary …

  • Telperion

    Telperion is the great Sun God, regarded as the creator of much that is good - a power of strength, light, and healing. Telperion flies on a great ki-rin, summons flights of eagles, and casts down dark evils with bolts of brilliant sunlight. …

  • Ulmo

    Ulmo is the god of oceans, waves and storms. He is worshiped more out of fear then any real reverence. Ulmo rules from a watery realm deep beneath the waves. He appears as a huge, bearded man, dressed only in loincloth. His skin is blue green like …

  • Varda Elentari

    Although Corellon Larethian's symbol is the crescent moon the goddess Varda is whom elves most closely identify with the moon (specifically, the full moon). She is also a protector of elves traveling abroad. She is also a guardian and guide whose days in …

  • Vergadain

    Vergadain is the patron deity of dwarf merchants and ma non-evil dwarven thieves (some would say this is the same thing). He is something of a poet also, and no one's fool; he can evaluate treasures perfectly, and has the skills of a great con man. He …

  • Yondalla

    Yondalla is a strong, proud goddess, patron of the hobbits. In the Timeless Halls she shares her home with many other deities, a place of rolling valleys and meadowland known simply as the Green Fields. Yondalla is physically small, and her persuasiveness …