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  • Gods

    The gods listed below are the prominent gods in Liaha and beyond. Other gods do exist, but their followings are smaller, and not nearly as well known. Gods in the world once took an active role, but the Sundering changed that. Gods of olden times had …

  • Dowskil

    *Dowskil*/Dawnskiller. The dark one, the master of shadows, shadowwalker, lightkiller. Dowskil's followers see him as a god of the strong over the weak, as a god of those who make vs those who take. Others view him as a god of darkness and suffering. …

  • Bastel

    *Bastel*/Bastion. Dowskil's younger brother. The night's sword. The sloppy assassin. Night's strength. Bringer of the veil. The Refuge. The Dumb & Angry God. Bastel is a warrior god. He was the god of the militia, of the mercenary, and of those who …

  • Traveler

    *Traveler*/The Doctor. The Meddler, Tinkerer, Kingmaker. Stories of a meddlesome god who depending on who you asked either involved himself for the amusement and betterment of people or just liked to throw wrenches in the plans of people, especially …

  • Tynerion

    *Tynerion*. The knight & yoeman, protector, shield, farmer. Blockheads. Tynerion is a god of the necessary battle. Once his followers were seen as knight protectors who roamed the land and would right wrongs, vanquish evils, and help those in need. …

  • Pyrran

    *Pyrran*/Pyr. The magic killer. The dead god. A god of nobility and magic. The stories are told that it was Pyrran that split magic into the 7 spheres and made magic accessible to man. Followers of Pyr normally were nobility and magi. Men who would …

  • Forge

    *Forge*. The inventor. Bumbler. Wizard. Librarian. Dwarven god of design and strength. Patron of steampunk. He isn't known as a god of magics, but more of information and knowledge. His followers tend to make new things. Forge is seen as the god of …

  • Vanir and Freya

    *Vanir & Freya* – The lovers. Fertility and farming. Twinmaker. Mother and Father. Vanir & Freya were a couple who lived on a farm far away from any city. They had to fend for themselves. They stand for the values that make a farm strong and …

  • Baast or Ubasti

    *Baast*/Ubasti. Lady of flame. Goddess of all things kitteh. Baast is a goddess of the Kitra. She is part of the “New Gods”, but this may or not be the case, it is hard to tell if she is newly risen, or just didn't pay attention to her children for …

  • Bes

    *Bes*. (Tom) Master of the hunt. Bes is the male counterpart to Baast. Bes is a nomad, a wanderer, and a warrior. Bes is able to survive in the harshest of conditions and thrive where life is marginal. Mountain Kitra especially look to Bes as …

  • Selene

    *Selene*. The Moon Mistress. She General. The Bitch. Elfmother. The last mother of the elves. Selene was once a priest of another Elvin Goddess, and when she lost contact with her deity was a source of strength to those around her. Selene followed th …

  • Artemir

    *Artemir* – The Trickster, Milkspiller, Donkey's Kick, Jokester, Coyote. Forge's Thorn. His followers almost universally tend to wield dual weapons, and often have knives hidden about themselves at all hours. Priests and priestess are nearly …

  • Mellus

    *Mellus* – The Bard, Patron of musically inclined, Songstress, the seducer. Mellus is the patron of the Arts and Performance. She is known as the god who provides inspiration, provides music, provides art. She is seen as a god of leisure and the …

  • Valkyr

    *Valkyr* – the Collector, the schemer, Burrowsnake, Sapper, The child of revenge – The voice in the back of the head of the envious. He is seen as the biggest criminal, period. He stole the wealth of a nation, and attempted to plot it's destruction. …

  • Amalus

    *Amalus* - Field commander. Amalus was a disciple of Bastel long ago, but now is a goddess in her own right. She is the goddess of lost causes, taking a fight to extremes, and of darkness. She serves many of the same roles as Bastel, but for those …

  • Takeda

    *Takeda* – Iron warrior, the sage, the patient. Takeda does not have a great following in Liaha due in part to the distance of his temples and in part to his philosophies. The philosophy of Takeda is that of a warrior monk. Part samurai, part sage, part …

  • Gur'ag

    *Gur'ag* – Elfslayer, Strife-brother, Goldenfeld (Literally felled by the Golden one), Reaver's Bane. Orcish god. He was a chief of legend. After the Sundering he rose in ranks to help his tribe take over vast swaths of land, and rout entire towns. …

  • Hemdel

    *Hemdel* – The Smith, The Surly, Forge's Father. His followers almost universally tend to wield hammers. Priests and priestess are nearly indistinguishable from smiths. He is a god of smiths and artisans. Hemdel is the god of smiths, of storms, and …

  • Fosse

    *Fosse* - The Lady of the Sea, She-Nymph, the Tempest, She-Serpant. Fosse was a Northern water Goddess that found refuge both literally and figuratively amongst the islanders. She does not have a large following outside of areas with large bodies of water …

  • Viska

    *Viska* - The Lone Wolf. The Whisperer. Lady Hawke. The Lady of the Forest. She is a god as old as the trees themselves. Her following consists of hunters, rangers, naturalists, druids and those in the cities worried about the rapid changes that have …

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