god of greed
goddess of nature
the god of the sun
the god of the stars
the god of truth and justice
god of snakes and other reptiles
the goddess of water, rain, and storm
Calolta is sister to Surash, Herash, and Waru. Followers of these elemental gods believe they were created at the same moment, and are the oldest of gods.
Calolta is usually depicted as a woman with long white hair and white or bluish skin. Many depictions of her are nude or semi-nude, perhaps with a band of cloth wrapped negligently around her form. She may be shown as a girl, a young woman, or a mature and matronly sort (the last usually in a white robe). Clouds or mists are often shown around her. She is often depicted walking on water.
goddess of the moon and the harvest
god of bloody battle
god of time and wisdom
goddess of peace
god/goddess of fire
Herash is brother (or sister) to Surash, Waru, and Calolta. Followers of these elemental gods believe they were created at the same moment, and are the oldest of gods.
Herash may be depicted as a man or a woman (indeed even within the same temple). He (or she) is shown with pale red skin and hair of flame (flowing down past the knees in the female form). Herash is almost always depicted wearing only a black loincloth, even in the feminine form.
goddess of pain
Kirsyth is generally depicted as a beautiful young woman with dark eyes and a cruel, haughty expression. Her colors are red and black.
Kirsyth is sister to Rihalla and daughter to Prolethra and Aturahs. Originally she shared the domain of healing with her sister, but Voraxis turned her to evil, and torture and pain became her domain.
the god of luck
god of death
goddess of hunting and fishing
god of the seas
the goddess of love, life, and fertility
Prolethra is usually depicted as a beautiful, curvaceous woman in a long white gown. Depending on local tradition, she may be shown with any skin tone or hair color. Her feet are always bare; she is often depicted floating, arms outstretched. In some depictions she is shown seated on a throne, or reclining on a couch. She is often shown holding a small bundle of wheat. In the druidic tradition she is called Galaea the Mother Goddess.
She is credited with being the mother to many of the lesser gods. She is said to have conceived Rihalla and Kirsyth with Aturahs, and Astanar and Cluvia by Altalar. En-Teare is often described as her older brother, and Giltana her younger sister.
god of the undead, disease, and pestilence
goddess of healing
Rihalla is usually depicted as a petite woman with large (but not unusually large) eyes. As with other gods, various traditions depict her in different ways, but her colors are usually yellow and white, and a dove will often be shown with her (on her shoulder, or perched on a finger, or sometimes in other ways).
Rihalla is said to be sister to Kirsyth and daughter to Prolethra and Aturahs.
Priests of the Order of Rihalla have a special healing power. Whenever such a priest casts a healing spell, it heals at least as many points as the priest has levels of ability, regardless of the die roll. This can not exceed the maximum possible for the die roll however. When a priest of Rihalla casts a heal spell, the spell restores all hit points rather than all but 1d4.
god of earth, miners, and blacksmiths
Surash is brother to Calolta, Herash, and Waru. Followers of these elemental gods believe they were created at the same moment, and are the oldest of gods.
Surash is often shown as a short and very muscular man. Humans generally depict him clean-shaven, but of course dwarves show him as a dwarf with full beard. He is usually shown shirtless, wearing heavy trousers and boots. His eyes are twin gemstones, usually deep blue sapphires. Sometimes he is depicted as being made of blue-white marble; he is hairless in this aspect.
god of hate and prejudice
god of honorable battle
god of darkness and evil
Voraxis is the leader of the evil deities. He is considered the older brother of Aturahs, and is sometimes said to be the first of the deities to be created.
Voraxis is usually depicted as a man with completely black (not brown) skin, and black orbs for eyes. He is often shown wearing a deep grey robe or toga, usually in disarray (open at the chest, or falling from his shoulders). Often a black orb a foot or more in diameter is shown in his hand, or hovering near him.
god of air, wind, and thunder
Waru is brother to Surash, Herash, and Calolta. Followers of these elemental gods believe they were created at the same moment, and are the oldest of gods.
Waru is usually shown as a slim man, or an elf, with light silver-grey skin and long white hair. His hair is usually shown moving as if in a wind. He is generally depicted wearing a golden robe, open at the chest, and it likewise is shown moving in the wind.