A list of each of the deities active in the world.

Most people in the world are polytheistic. While there are some exceptions among the general populace, most will pray to Sol when they seek a good yield from their crops, pray to Samsarra when they’ve been wronged, pray to Talos when at sea, and pray to the Ebon Judge when a loved one passes (or they are about to go to court). Notable exceptions are paladins and clerics who tend to more exclusively worship one particular deity, though this is not always the case.

Note: Below follows a list of the most commonly found deities among non-monstrous humanoids, with the exception of Taliik. Taliik is an example of a monstrous deity. There are more, though they are not listed here for at least one of a few reasons. Chiefly, these are because 1) the “deity” in question is probably a Demon Lord/Archdevil and/or 2) the creature in question probably doesn’t care about non-monstrous worshippers

Good Deities

Correlon – God of Elves and of Creation (NG)
Cypher – God of Poetic Justice and Jovial Trickery (CG/CN)
Luna – Goddess of the Moon and the Pack (NG)
Moradin – God of Dwarves and the Forge (LG)
Samsarra – Goddess of Divine Retribution (LG)
Sol – God of the Sun and Rejuvenation (LG)

Neutral Deities

Iomandra – Goddess of Knowledge and Prophecy(LN)
Kanto – God of Nature and Balance (LN)
Tathoth – God of the Tempest and Nature Unchained (CN)
The Ebon Judge – God of Death and Judgement(LN)

Evil Deities

Attrocis – Goddess of Decay and Stagnation (LE)
Imperia – Goddess of Tyranny and Order (LE)
Rahzim – God of Night and Darkness (NE)
Taliik – God of Evil Lycanthropes and the Hunt (CE)
Xeron – God of Lies and Secrets (NE)

Dead/Forgotten/Lost Deities:

Rumors and myths tell of deities gone from the world and the planes. But surely a god couldn’t be killed.

…Could it?

A note about the gods: the deities in this setting are more distant than in other settings. Many are more or less “hands off” in their management style. They are not going to manifest in the world and chat, even with powerful members of their clergy. They answer prayers for spells simply by granting them. They answer prayers for help or guidance more opaquely, with omens and signs rather than spelling out what they want. Receiving this kind of divine guidance is also fairly rare. Prophetic dreams are not unheard of, but it is the rare individual that receives one.



Thulantir Gourley