The Gods

of Irith

 

 

 


 

Aztec Gods

 

 

Chalchihuitlicue
(Goddess of Running Water; “Goddess of the Jade Petticoat”)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Protection, Water

Symbol: Jade Petticoat

 

Chalchihuitlicue delights in blessing chaste loves, sheltering children, and protecting mankind in general. In her true form, she is a beautiful woman wearing a skirt of green jade.

 

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Centeotl

(Goddess of Agriculture, Nature, and Corn)

 

AL: CN

Domains: Chaos, Death, Nature, Trickery

Symbol: Cornstalk

 

Centeotl watches over food crops, but is also the mistress of pain and illness. She has a habit of using her physical charms to lure men to their deaths to fertilize her crops.

 

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Huitzilopochtli

(God of War, Lightning, and of Fruit and Crops)

 

AL: NE

Domains: Air, Evil, Earth, Tempest

Symbol: Eagle

 

His translated name, “Left-Handed Hummingbird,” is deceiving, for he is a fierce, bloodthirsty god. He resembles a blue-skinned man with hummingbird feathers decorating his head and left leg. Sometimes he may appear as a serpent.

 

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Ixtlilton

(God of Healing and Medicine; “Little Black Face”)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Healing, Law, Life

Symbol: Sumac Branch

 

Ixtlilton keeps humans healthy and free of disease. His touch cures all disease, no matter how serious.

 

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Metzli

(Goddess of the Moon; “Lady of the Night”)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Animal, Darkness, Good, Moon

Symbol: Crescent Moon

 

Metzli is the kindly patron of all animal growth, but she is also the goddess who brings the terrible things of the night—cold damp air, the poisons of the atmosphere, ghosts, and other fearful shapes and shadows. Metzli is the deity who brought light to the world by throwing a leper into a bonfire, then walking into the flames herself. As the pair vanished, the night gave way to the day.

 

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Mictlantecuhtli

(God of the Afterlife)

 

AL: N

Domains: Dark, Death, Magic, Moon

Symbol: Skull and Crossbones

 

Mictlantecuhtli rules over the afterlife from Tlalxicco, the ninth and lowest level of the Aztec underworld. People unlucky enough no to die during an activity presided over by another god—in combat, as prisoners, during childbirth, etc.—must undertake the journey across the nine rivers of the underworld.

 

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Ometeotl

(“The God Above All”)

 

AL: N

Domains: Balance, Knowledge, Life, Strength

Symbol: Footprint

 

He is the progenitor of the gods, who created first himself, and then the other gods. No statue or depiction of Ometeotl has ever been made, for he he is as invisible as the wind. The only image of Ometeotl that man can see is of his footprints.

 

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Quetzalcoatl

(God of Serpents, Wind, and Wisdom)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Air, Animal, Chaos, Good

Symbol: Feathered Snake with Wings

 

Quetzalcoatl makes his home on Venus and takes the form of a flying serpent covered with green feathers.

 

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Tlaloc

(God Rain and Moisture; “He Who Makes Things Grow”)

 

AL: LE

Domains: Evil, Death, Law, Nature

Symbol: Serpent Chasing Its Tail

 

Tlaloc is a cruel deity who delights in the torture of helpless innocents. Tlaloc resembles a man with a snake-like head with tusk-like teeth and white rings around his eyes.

 

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Tlazolteotl

(Goddess of Guilty Loves, Pleasure, and Vice)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Destruction, Evil, Trickery

Symbol: Red Serpent’s Head

 

Tlazolteotl is an eater of filth and a sinister seductress who tempts virtuous men to their ruin. In her true form, she appears as a scantily-clad woman of great beauty, though she is a gifted illusionist who can appear in many guises.

 

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Xochipilli

(God of Beauty, Happiness, Music, and Gambling; “Prince of Flowers”)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Luck, Nature

Symbol: Flower

 

Xochipilli is responsible for much of what men find joyful in life. He is a benevolent but fickle god who seldom blesses a man with his gifts for long. In his true form, he has the body of a young man with the face of a decaying corpse.

 

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Xochiquetzal

(Goddess of Flowers, Dance, and Proper Love)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Life, Magic, Nature

Symbol: Rose

 

Xochiquetzal is responsible for much of what men and women find joyful in life. In her true form, she is a woman of such beauty and gaiety that all men who see her fall in love with her. She has the power to make any man fall in love with any woman.

 

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Babylonian Gods

 

 

Anu

(God of the Sky; “Chief of all Babylonian Mythos”)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Law, Balance, Magic, Strength

Symbol: Gold sun partially blocked by a gray cloud

 

This god appears as a man. A strong breeze constantly blows in the direction of his gaze. Beings casting things at this god must make a saving throw against disintegration at -4 for both the being and the thing cast. His voice is the voice of all leaders, and any being must make a saving throw versus magic at -4 to resist his commands. He can summon any dragon type (except for the king and queen and any other types of dragon royalty) to fight for him once a week, per dragon type. Anu is said to have created the heavens and the earth. All of the other Babylonian gods bow to his authority.

 

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Anshar

(God of Darkness and the Night)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Dark, Earth, Evil

Symbol: Black Sphere

 

God of darkness and night representing heaven and earth. Capable of doing unspeakable things.

 

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Dahak

(3-headed dragon spirit of death)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Death, Evil, Magic

Symbol: None

 

Patron God of evil dragons.

 

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Druaga

(Ruler of the Devil World)

 

AL: LE

Domains: Death, Evil, Law, Magic

Symbol: Ruby Mace

 

This being generally never appears to anyone the some way twice. The creature's real form has 8 arms ending in talons, is scaled with ruby red hide, and has 4 legs ending in snakey masses, while the head is that of beautiful boy. The combination is so hideous that it often causes enemies to be paralyzed with fear. Druaga will very occasionally send of group of devils out to aid his worshippers, especially those that have recently sacrificed a virgin to their deity.

 

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Girru

(God of Fire)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Fire, Good, Law, Strength

Symbol: Axe Wrapped in Fire

 

Girru usually manifests himself as a man. He hates all things evil and will destroy such whenever he comes into contact with them.

 

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Ishtar

(Goddess of Love and War)

 

AL: N

Domains: Healing, Magic, Strength, War

Symbol: Female Hand Grasping a Blue Crystal Rod

 

lshtar never appears to her worshipers in any form other than that of a beautiful woman. She has the strength of a titan, the ability to shape change at will, and she uses her voice as a constant suggestion spell. She wears the headdress of love and war.

 

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Marduk

(God of the City, Wind, Thunder, Storms and Rain)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Air, Law, Tempest, Water

Symbol: Silvery Net

 

This god is one of the few nonhuman-appearing beings in this pantheon. He is always shown with four eyes. four ears, flames shooting from his mouth when he speaks, and a reddish tinge to his skin. He occasionally assumes the leadership of the Babylonian gods when Anu is preoccupied. Marduk is called ”the justice bringer” and ”lord of pure incantations”.

 

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Nergal

(God of the Underworld)

 

AL: NE

Domains: Death, Evil, Protection, War

Symbol: Dark-skinned Man Holding a Jet Black Shield

 

This deity rules over all things that are dead and never uses any form but a human one. His favorite tactic is to revive the 5 most powerful dead enemies of his foe or foes and have them fight for him. His worshipers (those that wish success in evil deeds) sacrifice good creatures on his altar of black basalt or dedicate the proceeds of evil actions to the church in a type of promised sacrifice.

 

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Ramman

(God of Storms and Thunder)

 

AL: N

Domains: Balance, Life, Tempest, Water

Symbol: Lightning Bolt Through a Storm Cloud

 

This god appears on the earth in human form, with a massive build and a rather homely face. His neutral worshipers always perform their services at night, but there are many other beings who wish rain that are not of his alignment, and they usually sacrifice expensive liquids to the god to bring on rain for their crops or rust to bring cooler weather.

 

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Celtic Gods

 

 

Arawn

(God of the Dead; “The Dark One”)

 

AL: LE

Domains: Death, Evil, Law, Water

Symbol: Black Star on Gray Background

 

Arawn appears as a normal man and lives upon on island in the sea that only the dead can find.

 

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Belenus

(God of Sun and Fire)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Fire, Nature, Sun

Symbol: Solar Disc and Standing Stones

 

Belenus has the ability to control the heat and light from fires and from the sun. In May, his worshippers drive cattle through special fires while Belenus watches with favor and raises the overall quality of the livestock.

 

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Brigantia

(God of Rivers and Rural Life)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Life, Protection, Water

Symbol: Bridge

 

She was raised on the milk of a creature of the otherworld, a white, red-eared cow. She’s the protector of flocks of geese and herds of cattle.

 

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Daghdha

(Custodian of the Gods)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Protection, Nature, Trickery

Symbol: Celtic Shield

 

A god of Druids, Daghdha’s powers are widely varied. He’s credited with control over the weather and the crops. He possesses a bottomless cauldron filled with food and drink and the abundance of the other world from which he comes. He uses his charms and powers to protect and aid his people whenever he can.

 

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Diancect

(God of Healing)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Healing Law, Protection

Symbol: Leaf

 

Diancect cares for the sick and wounded without regard to their worship. He is so insanely jealous of his abilities that he slew his own son who might have become a better healer than him. Diancect uses his powers to enforce the notion that any wound is the responsibility of the inflictor to heal, or at least pay for.

 

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Goibhniu

(God of the Smiths)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Earth, Healing, Knowledge

Symbol: Anvil

 

The smithy for the gods possessing magical powers of charm and healing.

 

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Lugh

(God of Excellence)

 

AL: CN

Domains: Chaos, Knowledge, Magic, Strength

Symbol: Eight-Sided Shining Star

 

Lugh can best be described as the god of excellence, reputed to be not only the inventor and patron of the arts, but also an expert in such diverse fields as sorcery, history, craftsmanship of all sorts, storytelling, and heroism.

 

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Manannan mac Lir

(Custodian of the Oceans)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Law, Life, Protection, Water

Symbol: Fish

 

Manannan mac Lir rides over the oceans on his chariot, pulled by various creatures of the sea, admiring its beauty and governing its beautiful bounty.

 

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Math Mathonwy

(God of Sorcery)

 

AL: NE

Domains: Evil, Magic, Nature, Sun

Symbol: Staff

 

This god of sorcery carries a mighty magical staff and wears a torc given to him by the other gods. He insists that his feet rest in the lap of a maiden whenever possible. He saves his magic mainly for his own purposes, keeping his family in check, and seldom casts spells for the good of his followers or priests.

 

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Morrigan

(Goddess of War)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Evil, Trickery, War

Symbol: Celtic Sword Hilt

 

The goddess of war is terribly ugly, laughs a maniacal laugh, and has dreadful manners. She expects here worshippers to fight constantly, and uses her shape change ability and trickery to foster conflict.

 

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Oghma

(God of Eloquence and Language)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Knowledge, Strength, Sun

Symbol: Celtic Chalice

 

Oghma, whose eptihet, Grianainech, means “of the sun-like countenance,” is the god of eloquence and language. His speeches and words carry great weight with his listeners, and he is often depicted as having gold chains between his tongue and the ears of his listeners; Celts have great respect for the powers of persuasive speech that Oghma personifies.

 

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Chinese Gods

 

 

Chih-Nii

(Goddess of Spinners and Weavers)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Healing, Luck

Symbol: Spinning Loom

 

Chih-Nii makes clothing for the gods and watches over women who earn their living by making clothes. She is also interested in helping women who have found love late in their lives. In her true form, she is a very shy but beautiful woman.

 

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Chung Kuel

(God of Knowledge)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Knowledge, Law, Life

Symbol: Ruler and Writing Brush

 

Chung Kuel is a god that promotes knowledge. His priests are usually scholarly and ugly. Their primary duties consist of administering examinations, although they are often employed as investigators in cases of official corruption. Chung Kuel appears as a finely dressed man with a magnificent pot belly, a hairy nose of grotesque proportions, red-rimmed eyes, and a tiny chin completely lost beneath the folds of his bulging cheeks.

 

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Fu Hsing

(God of Happiness)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Life, Light

Symbol: Bat

 

Fu Hsing is a jolly deity whose true form is that of a small cheerful man with a ready smile. He takes great pleasure in executing his duties of spreading joy and happiness.

 

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K’ung Fu-Tzu

(God of Wisdom and Proper Government)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Fire, Law, Knowledge, Sun

Symbol: Scroll and Writing Brush

 

K’ung Fu-Tzu expects his followers to respect the wisdom of the past, behave courteously and unselfishly, to be loyal to their family, friends, and countrymen, and to strive to do that which is right.

 

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Kuan-Ti

(God of Fortune Telling and War)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Knowledge, Protection, War

Symbot: Black-Winged Chariot

 

Although the god of fortune telling and war, Kuan-Ti tries to prevent it whenever possible. He is a great scholar and protector of the people, though he can be merciless and unforgiving in the pursuit of his duties. When war is unavoidable, between two earthly powers, it is his task to adjudicate the dispute and determine who is deserving of victory. In his true form, he appears as a large muscular man with green armor and red skin.

 

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Kuan Yin

(Goddess of Mercy)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Law, Protection, Water

Symbol: Infant Lying on a Lotus Flower

 

Kuan Yin strives to ease suffering of all kinds, and is especially fond of rescuing shipwrecked sailors, curing the diseased, and protecting endangered women and children. She also makes sterile women fertile and brings should to newborn children. Her true form is that of a slim young woman dressed in white.

 

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Lao Tzu

(God of Philosophers)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Air, Balance, Law, Knowledge

Symbol: Yin-Yang Circle

 

Lao Tzu is in charge of intuitive knowledge and mystical enlightenment, which he grants sparingly. He tests his worshippers’ knowledge by drawing them into heated philosophical debates.

 

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Lei Kung

(Duke of Thunder)

 

AL: LE

Domains: Evil, Dark, Law, Tempest

Symbol: Hammer and Chisel

 

Lei Kung has the duty of beating the drums hanging from his belt during storms to make rain. His favorite duty is that of a vengeful punisher of undetected, wicked deed. He also hunts down and destroys evil spirits that have dominated human bodies. In his true form, he is an ugly, blue-skinned brute with wings and claws. He is clad only in a belt and loincloth, with drums hanging from his waist. In his hands he carries a hammer and a chisel.

 

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Liu

(God of Crops)

 

AL: N

Domains: Earth, Life, Nature, Magic

Symbol: One Stalk of Each Of the Five Cereals Bound Together

 

Liu is charged with interacting with the gods of rain, hail, insects, and other natural phenomena to ensure an adequate growing season. Liu is a young man who resembles a mortal bureaucrat who might occupy a similar station on Irith.

 

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Lu Hsing

(God of Salaries and Functionaries)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Balance, Law, Light, Protection

Symbol: Deer

 

Lu Hsing is worshipped by those who wish to have protection from corruption and enjoy a happy prosperous life. In his true form, he is an immaculately groomed man with a pleasant countenance and a long, silky beard.

 

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Shang-Ti

(Supreme Ruler of the Universe)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Law, Life, Earth

Symbol: Jade Dragon

 

Shang-Ti runs the Celestial Bureaucracy. He never gets angry, but will replace any subordinate god who fails to perform his duty correctly. He usually appears a wizened old man.

 

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Shou Hsing

(God of Longevity)

 

AL: CN

Domains: Chaos, Life, Magic, Nature

Symbol: Peach

 

Shou Hsing is the arbiter of long life spans and keeps a record of the dates of everyone’s deaths. He is an aged man with a pure white beard and eyebrows. He has an enormous egg-shaped bald head, and usually supports himself with a large stick. Shou Hsing carries a P’an T’ao—one of the peaches of immortality—in his free hand.

 

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Sung Chiang

(God of Thieves)

 

AL: NE

Domains: Evil, Healing, Luck, Trickery

Symbol: Dagger though a Silver Bracelet

 

Sung Chiang delights in corrupting others and gaining treasure from his followers, expecting half of their treasure sacrificed to him. In his true form, he appears as a handsome young man with three faces, eight arms, silvery scales for skin, and red eyes that blaze like fire.

 

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Yen-Wang-Yeh

(God of the Dead)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Balance, Dark, Death, Law

Symbol: Helm Wrapped with Ribbons

 

When a man’s soul reaches the First Court of the underworld, Yen-Wang-Yeh determines whether he should be rewarded and reincarnated, or passed to the lower courts for punishment. In his true form, he resembles a yellow-robed warrior with ebony skin.

 

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D&D Gods

 

 

Boccob

(God of Mages)

 

AL: N

Domains: Balance, Knowledge, Magic, Trickery

Symbol: Eye Balanced on a Pedestal Inside a Pentagon

 

Boccob seeks neutrality and balance among his followers. He appears as a handsome man of indeterminate age clad in loose purple garments. Shimmering golden runes that move and change cover his attire.

 

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Corellon Larethian

(God of the Elves and Protector/Preserver of Life)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Protection, War

Symbol: Silver Crescent Moon

 

Corellon Larethian is the creator and protector of the elven race. He governs those things held in highest esteem among elves, such as magic, music, arts, crafts, poetry, and warfare. He appears as an androgynous elf clad in a sky-blue cloak and armed with a longbow and longsword. He also wears a large circular amulet that bears his crescent moon symbol.

 

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Ehlonna

(Goddess of the Forests and Woodlands)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Animal, Good, Plant, Sun

Symbol: Rearing Unicorn

 

Ehlonna watches over all good people who live in the forest, love the woodlands, or make their livelihood there. She likewise protects forests and woodlands, from destruction or overuse. Ehlonna sometimes appears as a raven-haired human and sometimes as an elf with golden tresses.

 

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Erythnul

(God of Slaughter)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Evil, Trickery, War

Symbol: Half-Demon, Half-Boar Mask

 

Erythnul is a brutal deity who delights in panic and slaughter. He expects his followers to shed blood for its own sake, to covet what is not theirs, and to destroy anyone who would deny them anything. He usually appears as a human with knotted muscles and a blocky frame. His skin is mottled and ruddy, almost as though blood oozes from his pores.

 

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Fharlanghn

(God of Roads)

 

AL: N

Domains: Balance, Luck, Protection, Travel

Symbol: Disk Bearing a Curved Line

 

Fharlanghn is the patron of all who travel long distances, no matter what path they follow or how they’re getting there. He appears as an elderly, weatherbeaten man with deeply wrinkled skin and sparkling eyes.

 

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Garl Glittergold

(God of Gnomes)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Knowledge, Protection, Trickery

Symbol: Nugget of Gold

 

Garl promotes a doctrine of practicality tempered with humor. Ignorance and complacency are dangerous, warns Garl, and he urges his people to explore not only the world around them but new ways of doing things. He promotes brains over brawn. Garl appears as a handsome, golden-skinned gnome with glittering gemstones for eyes.

 

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Gharan-Dis

(God of Balance and Wisdom)

 

AL: N

Domains: Balance, Good, Evil, Knowledge

Symbol: Head with 3 faces: right face is white, left face is black, and center face is gray

 

Gharan-Dis promotes balance through intimate understanding of the nature of good and evil. Monks are the only priests who worship Gharan-Dis. Although the monks have divine-like powers bestowed upon them by Gharan-Dis, the god does not grant spells to his followers like priests of other deities. Those who use arcane spells (usually wizards) are looked upon as unscrupulous people looking to bend the powers that be to their whims, which will invariably cause strife among those around them. Monks of Gharan-Dis learn about good and then evil before moving into masterhood if deemed worthy. Gharan-Dis appears as a giant man in simple gray robes. His head is bald and sports three faces: white to signify good, black to denote evil, and gray to denote balance.

 

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Gruumsh

(God of Orcs)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Evil, Tempest, War

Symbol: Empty Eyesocket

 

Gruumsh demands that his followers be strong, that they cull the weak from their numbers, and that they take all the territory Gruumsh thinks is rightfully theirs (which is almost everything). Unceasing warfare is his creed, though Gruumsh does not object to simple colonization if that can be arranged. He appears as a hulking orc in black full plate armor.

 

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Heironeous

(God of Valor)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Law, Strength, War

Symbol: Fist Holding a Lightning Bolt

 

Heironeous expects his followers to uphold the highest ideals of chivalry and justice and to treat adversity as a challenge to be met and overcome, just as evil should be overcome. He appears as a tall human male with coppery skin, auburn hair, and amber eyes.

 

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Hextor

(God of Tyranny)

 

AL: LE

Domains: Destruction, Evil, Law, War

Symbol: Fist Holding Six Red Arrows

 

Hextor seeks to conquer or destroy any that oppose him. He tells his followers that the world is a dark and bloody place where the strong rule the weak, and power is the only reward worth anything. He sometimes appears as a handsome man with dark hair and light skin (and he is often depicted as such in his role as a deity if fitness). Other times, he takes the form of a gray-skinned, horrible six-armed humoid.

 

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Kord

(God of Strength)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Luck, Strength

Symbol: A Star of Spears and Maces

 

Kord loves physical challenges and contests, and he promotes non-lethal sports as a method for resolving disputes among his followers. He appears as a hugely muscular man with long red hair and beard, wearing white dragonhide gauntlets, blue boots, and a fighting girdle of red leather.

 

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Kurtulmak

(God of Kobolds)

 

AL: LE

Domains: Evil, Law, Luck, Trickery

Symbol: Gnome Skull

 

Kurtulmak is a savage deity who is always attentive to events on the material plane and eager to secure any advantage for his people. He teaches kobolds that fair fights are for fools or for the unlucky. He appears as a particularly large kobold.

 

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Lolth

(Demon Queen of Spiders)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Destruction, Evil, Trickery

Symbol: Black Spider With the Head of a Drow Female

 

Lolth constantly turns one drow against another. She claims to do this to cull out the weak and to make the race strong, but she is a cruel and capricious deity who enjoys watching others suffer. She appears as either a tall, beautiful female drow or as a black spider with a female drow’s head.

 

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Maglubiyet

(God of the Goblins; Fiery Eyes; The Mighty One; The High Chieftain; The Lod of the Depths and Darkness; The Battle Lord)

 

AL: NE

Domains: Chaos, Evil, Destruction, Trickery

Symbol: A pair of fiery eyes

 

Maglubiyet lives at the bottom of a waterfall of the river in a cavern of magnificently carved steel dripping with moisture in Clangor. It says that, from his throne of flaming iron, Maglubiyet commands the souls of goblins, hobgoblins, and worgs to wage eternal war against the orcish petitioners of Gruumsh.

 

Maglubiyet's clergy wear conical hats and gray-green scale mail. Maglubiyet has no associated animal and has holy days on the occurrence of the new moon. Hearts of creatures with souls are to be sacrificed to him monthly. His places of worship are cave temples.

 

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Moradin

(God of Dwarves)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Earth, Good, Law, Protection

Symbol: Hammer and Anvil

 

Moradin is an adamant defender of the dwarven people he created and of the principles of law and good. He teaches the value of making goods that last, of loyalty to clan, leader, and people, and of meeting adversity with stoicism and tenacity. He appears as a stern-faced male dwarf with a powerful build.

 

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Nerull

(God of Death)

 

AL: NE

Domains: Dark, Death, Evil, Trickery

Symbol: Skull and Scythe

 

Nerull is the patron of those who seek the greatest evil for their own enjoyment or gain. All are equal in his cold realm. Every living thing is an affront to the reaper, and every death brings a dark spark of joy to his long-dead heart. He appears as a gaunt, mummified, nearly skeletal corpse with rusty red skin, blackish-green skin, a cowled cloak of rusty black, and eyes, teeth, and nails like poisonous verdigris.

 

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Obad-Hai

(God of Nature)

 

AL: N

Domains: Balance, Earth, Life, Nature

Symbol: Mask of Oak Leaves and Acorns

 

Obad-Hai rules nature and the wilderness, and he is a friend to all who live in harmony with the natural world. He appears as a lean and weathered man of indeterminately old age, dressed in brown and russet and looking like a hermit, although non-human communities depict him as one of their own race.

 

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Olidammara

(God of Rogues)

 

AL: CN

Domains: Chaos, Life, Luck, Trickery

Symbol: Laughing Mask

 

Olidammara loves upsetting anyone who seems too attached to an ordered life and a predictable routine. He urges his followers to bend every effort toward mastering the art of music. He appears as a brownhaired man of rakish appearance, olive skin, and merry eyes, but he often goes incognito.

 

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Pelor

(God of the Sun)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Healing, Light, Sun

Symbol: Sun Face

 

Pelor is widely revered as a peaceful and gentle deity who alleviates suffering. He also brings his wrath to bear on darkness and evil, and he invigorates and heals those who champion the cause of good. He appears as an older man in white with wild hair and beard of shining gold.

 

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St. Cuthbert

(God of Retribution)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Balance, Law, Protection, Strength

Symbol: Ruby-Studded Starburst

 

The words of St. Cuthbert are wise, practical, and sensible. Among his followers, the Word of the Cudgel is law, and his followers take pains to spread the word so that all may benefit from St. Cuthbert’s wisdom. He often masquerades as a common yokel or white haired, mustached man in plate mail.

 

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Vecna

(God of Secrets)

 

AL: NE

Domains: Dark, Evil, Knowledge, Magic

Symbol: Left Hand Clutching an Eyeball

 

Vecna plots the destruction of the other deities so that he may take the world for himself. According to Vecna, there exists a secret that can destroy any being, no matter how powerful that being is. He appears as a lich who is missing his left hand and left eye.

 

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Wee Jas

(God of Death and Magic)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Dark, Death, Law, Magic

Symbol: Red Skull Wreathed in Flame

 

Wee Jas promotes using spells and magic items (though many of her followers insist she favors the creation of such things). She tells her followers that magic is the key to all things. Wee Jas promises that understanding, personal power, security, order, and control over fate come with the study of magic. She is most often portrayed as a stunning woman dressed in a beautiful gown, wearing some piece of jewelry with a skull motif.

 

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Yondalla

(God of Halfings)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Law, Nature, Protection

Symbol: Shield Bearing a Cornucopia

 

Yondalla espouses harmony within the halfling race and stalwart defense against its enemies. She urges people to work with others but to remain true to their halfling heritage. She appears as a strong female halfling with a proud bearing. She dresses in green, yellow, and brown, and always carries a shield.

 

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Egyptian Gods

 

 

Apep

(God of Evil, Fire and Serpents)

 

AL: NE

Domains: Animal, Evil, Fire, Trickery

Symbol: Flaming Snake

 

Apep appears as a giant serpent and his battles with Ra are the stuff of legend. He resides in the underword.

 

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Anhur

(God of War)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Strength, War

Symbol: Bird of Prey

 

Anhur is a war god who represents a force of good, fighting against the forces of evil. In his true form, he is a mighty figure with four arms. He wields a mighty lance that requires both his right arms to wield and which is tipped with a fragment of the sun.

 

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Bast

(Goddess of Pleasure and Cats)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Animal, Chaos, Good, Trickery

Symbol: Cat

 

Bast represents cats and pleasure. In her true form, she is a lovely woman with the head of a sleek feline.

 

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Geb

(God of Earth)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Earth, Destruction, Magic

Symbol: Mountain

 

Geb was once a curious and quick-tempered god, but he has mellowed since his birth and now takes a more even-tempered (and safe) approach to life. Geb’s true form is that of a huge man with dark brown skin and burning eyes.

 

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Horus

(God of War and Hunting)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Animals, War

Symbol: Hawk’s Head

 

Horus was born to the goddess Isis after she retrieved all the dismembered body parts of her murdered husband Osiris, except his penis which was thrown into the Nile and eaten by a catfish. Once Isis knew she was pregnant with Horus, she fled to the Nile Delta marshlands to hide from her brother Set who jealously killed Osiris and who she knew would want to kill their son. There Isis bore a divine son, Horus.

 

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Isis

(Goddess of Motherhood)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Life, Knowledge, Law

Symbol: Eye and a Teardrop

 

Isis is the goddess of motherhood and the ideal for all her female worshippers. She introduced the custom of marriage to her people. Her true form is that of a tall and beautiful woman of classical nature. She has green eyes that dance with mystical highlights, and a soothing voice.

 

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Nephthys

(Goddess and Keeper of the Dead)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Death, Good, Moon

Symbol: Moon and Ankh

 

Nephthys is the keeper of the dead and the guardian of wealth. In her true form, she appears as a tall and beautiful woman of grace and dignity.

 

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Nut

(Goddess of the Sky)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Dark, Moon, Trickery

Symbol: Stars Against the Night Sky

 

Nut is very sensitive to the concerns of those who are forbidden to marry the one they love and will often send her avatar to help out such couples. In her true form, she appears as a tall, slender woman whose body is the black of the night sky. She sparkles with starlight and is enchanting to behold.

 

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Osiris

(God of Nature and Plant Life and Protector of the Dead)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Death, Good, Law, Nature

Symbol: Flail

 

Osiris is the god who taught his worshippers the arts of civilization and his very fond of his people. In his true form, Osiris is a tall, muscular man with a greenish tint to his skin. He can command or destroy any undead creature at will.

 

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Ptah

(God of Artists and Designers)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Fire, Knowledge, Law, Sun

Symbol: Mummified Hand

 

Ptah is the god of artists and designers, favoring those who create great works of art and architecture. In his true form, he appears as a shaven-headed man with jet black skin. The fire of creativity burns in his eyes.

 

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Ra

(God of the Sun and Kings)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Law, Death, Light, Sun

Symbol: Ankh on a Solar Dic

 

Ra is the god of kings and the sun. Every day, he rises aboard the great boat Manjet and looks down upon the world. At night, Manjet transforms itself into Mesektet, a funeral barge, and Ra guides it back across the waters of the underworld. He appears as a powerful muscualr man with the head of a hawk.

 

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Set

(God of Evil)

 

AL: LE

Domains: Evil, Law, Trickery, Destruction

Symbol: Coiled Cobra

 

Set is a jealous and evil god that acts against the interests of mankind and the other gods. Although he has the body of a human male, his head is that of a jackal.

 

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Shu

(God of the Atmosphere)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Air, Good, Law, Tempest

Symbol: Ostrich Feather

 

Shu is charged with holding up the sky. In his true form, Shu looks like a normal, if divinely handsome, man who is constantly surrounded by a swirl of wind.

 

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Tefnut

(Goddess of Moisture in the Air)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Magic, Tempest, Water

Symbol: Pyramid and Sun

 

Tefnut’s power is seen in the wrath of a storm or in the gentle dew found on plants at sunrise. She can be fierce and angry and at other times loving and gentle. Tefnut’s true form is that of a slender, attractive woman with the head of a sleek lion.

 

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Thoth

(God of Science, Knowledge, and Medicine)

 

AL: N

Domains: Knowledge, Light, Life, Magic

Symbol: Ibis

 

Thoth is the god of science, knowledge, and medicine. He maintains a set of three great books in which all knowledge is recorded. In his true form, he resembles a muscular man with the head of an Ibis.

 

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Greek Gods

 

 

Aphrodite

(Goddess of Beauty and Love)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Light, Magic

Symbol: Seashell

 

Aphrodite is an enthusiastic companion to the male gods, having consorted with many of them. She’s vain and jealous and will not hesitate to exact revenge upon those who wrong her or make unfavorable comparisons of her beauty. Her true form is that of a woman of astonishing beauty.

 

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Apollo

(God of Light, Prophecy, Music, Shepherds, and Medicine)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Light, Protection

Symbol: Lyre

 

Apollo helps to ripen crops, destroy pests, cure illnesses, and to protect shepherds and their flocks. He is the master of the lyre and song. In his true form, he is a beardless young man who rarely wears clothes.

 

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Ares

(God of Battle, Killing, and Fighting)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Evil, Death, War

Symbol: Spear

 

As the personification of the savage side of war, he is fond of strife, anger, and unrestrained blood-letting. His true form is that of a large man with burning, hateful eyes and a permanent scowl etched across his mouth.

 

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Artemis

(Goddess of the Hunt)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Animals, Good, Luck, Moon

Symbol: Bow and Arrow in a Lunar Disc

 

Artemis is the goddess of the hunt and the mistress of beasts and all wild things. She only kills to feed herself and others, never for sport. In her true form, she is a slim young girl.

 

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Athena

(Goddess of Combat, Architecture, Sculpture, Spinning, Weaving, Horses, Oxen, Olives, Prudence, and Wise Counsel)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Law, Protection, War

Symbol: Owl

 

Athena is a warrior goddess who is also skilled in the art of peace. In her true form, she is a helmeted statuesque woman of great beauty.

 

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Cronus

(God of Time and Ages)

 

AL: LE

Domains: Evil, Law, Trickery, War

Symbol: Sickle

 

Cronus is best known has having been dethroned by Zeus and imprisoned in Tartarus. He is only able to influence events in the world through his avatars. His avatars are evil-looking fighters with gleams in their dark eyes.

 

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Demeter

(Goddess of Agriculture)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Earth, Healing, Magic

Symbol: Mare’s Head

 

Demeter is the queen of the fruitful world. Without her blessing, no crops may grow. She will not hesitate to use this fact to blackmail men and other gods if the need exists. In her true form, Demeter is a beautiful woman.

 

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Dionysus

(God of Wine)

 

AL: CN

Domains: Chaos, Nature, Life, Trickery

Symbol: Staff Tipped with Pine Cone and Twined with a Vine

 

On one hand, Dionysus is the embodiment of joy, pleasure, and camaraderie. On the other, he embodies brutality, idiocy, and madness. His true form is that of a handsome young man.

 

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Gaea

(Goddess of Nature)

 

AL: N

Domains: Animals, Healing, Life, Nature

Symbol: Basket of Fruit

 

Gaea is the mother and sustainer of all life. She presides over marriages, nursing the sick, and is foremost among the oracles. In her true form, Gaea is the world itself.

 

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Hades

(God of Death and Wealth)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Dark, Death, Destruction, Law

Symbol: Black Ram

 

Hades rarely leaves his kingdom in the underworld. He has the power to bring death or wealth to any mortal, and he has the right to restore life to the dead. In his true form, he is a large, dark-skinned man with fiery eyes.

 

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Hecate

(Goddess of the Moon, Magic, and Plenty)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Evil, Magic, Moon

Symbol: Setting Moon

 

Hecate is the defender of children and the provider of abundance in food, riches, and other desirable things. In her true form, she has three female heads and the body of a ravishing woman.

 

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Hephaestus

(God of Blacksmithing)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Earth, Fire, Good, Strength

Symbol: Hammer and Anvil

 

Hephaestus is a benevolent god that is very touchy about his deformed appearance. He has few worshippers so treats them well. His true form is that of a giant hunchbacked man with a club foot.

 

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Hera

(Goddess of Marriage and Women)

 

AL: CN

Domains: Chaos, Life, Magic, Tempest

Symbol: Fan of Peacock Feathers

 

Hera is the jealous wife of Zeus who looks upon married women with favor. She’s constantly spying on her lecherous husband and will destroy any beautiful women she see him showing attention to. In her true form, Hera is a tall, noble, and beautiful woman.

 

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Hermes

(God of Travelers, Merchants, Thieves, Gamblers, and Eloquent Speech)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Balance, Chaos, Good, Trickery

Symbol: Caduceus

 

Hermes serves the gods as a messenger and an arbitrator of disputes. His true form is that of a handsome youth who carries a white caduceus. He also wears winged sandals and a golden helm.

 

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Poseidon

(God of the Seas, Oceans, Rivers, and Earthquakes)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Evil, Water, Tempest

Symbol: Trident

 

Poseidon is a possessive god, his waves constantly lapping at the land belonging to his fellow gods, breaking off a bit here and a bit there. He vents his terrible temper in the form of storms or earthquakes. In his true form, he is a man standing 100’ tall.

 

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Rhea

(Goddess of Fertility)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Animal, Good, Life, Protection

Symbol: Female Face Rhea symbolizes fertility, in which her influence extended over plants, animals, and humans. In her true form, Rhea is a beautiful woman with a generous figure.

 

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Uranus

(God of the Sky and Heavens)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Air, Destruction, Chaos, Evil

Symbol: Stars

 

Uranus is a bitter old god in hiding from the others, who do not even realize he’s still alive. In his true form, Uranus resembles a man with black skin filled with stars.

 

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Zeus

(God of the Sky)

 

AL: N

Domains: Air, Earth, Magic, Tempest

Symbol: Fist Filled with Lightning Bolts

 

Zeus is the leader of the gods. He rules the sky and is the ruler of all high things, including the clouds, rain, wind, thunder, and mountain summits. His most common form is that of a powerful, bearded man with regal bearing.

 

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Indian Gods

 

 

Agni

(God of Fire)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Fire, Good, Strength

Symbol: Flames

 

Agni functions as a mediator between men and gods by serving as the altar fire in sacrifices. He takes many forms, but always has red skin. Sometimes, he has one face, three legs, and seven arms and tongues.

 

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Brahman

(The World Spirit)

 

AL: N

Domains: Balance, Earth, Life, Magic

Symbol: Four-Faced Head

 

Brahman is the world spirit that enfolds all of existence and the divine essence that is hidden in all beings, and of which all beings are a part.

 

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Brihaspati

(God of Prayer and Teaching)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Knowledge, Law, Protection

Symbol: Quill and Scroll

 

Brihaspati is the teacher of the gods, and is wisdom incarnate. In his true form, he has seven mouths, a set of sharp horns, a hundred wings, and is usually armed with both an axe and bow.

 

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Indra

(God of the Atmosphere, Storms, and Battle)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Evil, Tempest, War

Symbol: White Elephant

 

Indra is the embodiment of aggressive action, and a great lover of war. He has the power to raise those slain in battle, as well as complete control over anything occurring in the air, such as storms, rain, wind, and especially thunder and lightning. His true form is that of a muscular man with unusually long arms and red skin.

 

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Kali

(Black Mother and Goddess of Energy)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Evil, Life, Magic

Symbol: Skull

 

Kali is the embodiment of energy, both creative and destructive. In that she is a creator of life, she is similar to the mother goddesses of many cultures. In her true form, she is a four-armed woman with red eyes, a skeletal face, and a blood-smeared body. She seldom wears any clothing save for a skirt of severed hands.

 

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Mitra

(God of the Sun)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Law, Nature, Sun

Symbol: Plant

 

Inside the Sun Mitra embodies the beneficial aspects of the sun, providing light and warmth, and making plants grow. In his true form, Mitra is the warmth and light of the sun.

 

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Puchan

(God of Travelers)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Death, Good, Nature, Protection

Symbol: Golden Lance

 

Puchan is the god who guides, watching over travelers, ushering the dead to their final realm, leading men to wealth or away from trouble, and showing herdsmen where to find good pastures for their cattle. He also brings all things into proper relationship with one another, blessing marriages, protecting men from those who would exploit them, and determining what shall be food and who shall be the one to eat it. In his true form, Puchan appears to be a normal man, often carrying a golden lance.

 

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Ratri

(Goddess of the Night)

 

AL: CN

Domains: Chaos, Dark, Knowledge, Trickery

Symbol: Silhouette of a Woman

 

Ratri is the sovereign of darkness and all things that abide in it. She rules the darkness as a shepherd rules his herd, by watching over it without being a part of it. In her true form, Ratri is the silhouette of a voluptuous woman with an uncountable number of eyes.

 

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Rudra

(God of Storms and Disease)

 

AL: NE

Domains: Animal, Death, Evil, Tempest

Symbol: Black Bow

 

Rudra is the malevolent deity who feeds upon the corpses of those slain in battle. He is also the lord of animals. In his true form, Rudra is a red-skinned man with a blue neck.

 

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Savatiri

(God of the Long Day Sun)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Life, Sun, Water

Symbol: Full Sun

 

Savatiri causes all things to move and work, and the tides to ebb and flow. In his true form, he is a man with golden eyes, hands, and tongue.

 

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Siva

(God of Storms and Diseases)

 

AL: NE

Domains: Evil, Death, Destruction, Tempest

Symbol: Cobra Head

 

Siva repeatedly brings the world to the brink of annihilation by dancing in fire. He is the negative force of the cosmos, destroying whatever he touches in order that it may be reincorporated into unity with the spirit of the cosmos. Siva appears as a man with four arms and three eyes, usually wearing a tiger skin and a snake collar.

 

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Soma

(God Soma-Juice and the Moon, and Lord of the Stars and Plants)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Moon, Plants

Symbol: Moon

 

Soma manifests himself in the soma plant, which provides a powerful juice that causes men to see hallucinations. In his true form, Soma is the moon, though he also manifests himself in the form of a bull, giant, or bird.

 

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Surya

(God of the Rising and Setting of the Sun)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Law, Luck, Sun

Symbol: Half Sun

 

Surya is charged with bringing an end to night and regulating the end of the day. He is often called upon to heal diseases and to bring luck to people. In his true form, he is a man with dark red skin and long golden hair, a third eye in the middle of his forehead, and four arms on his torso.

 

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Ushas

(Goddess of Dawn)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Law, Light, Life

Symbol: Rising Sun

 

Every morning, Ushas drives away the evil spirits that have gathered in the night, awakens the gods and all living creatures, and then opens the gates of the sky to allow Surya into the world. In her true form, Ushas is a beautiful light-skinned woman.

 

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Varuna

(Guardian of Cosmic Order and Lord of the Sky)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Air, Balance, Knowledge, Law

Symbol: Clouds

 

Varuna is the upholder of the physical and moral order and is the protector of oaths and the divine judge. By looking into a being’s heard, Varuna always knows whether the individual is being completely honest. In his true form Varuna is the sky.

 

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Vayu

(God of the Winds)

 

AL: CN

Domains: Air, Chaos, Life, Tempest

Symbol: Sapling Bending in the Wind

 

Vayu is the god of winds, sometimes gentle and life-giving, sometimes terrible and fierce. His most notable power is the ability to give life to any item. He has no form and can only be sensed indirectly, such as when he brushes past one’s skin or whistles through the treetops.

 

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Yama

(Lord and Judge of the Dead)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Dark, Death, Law, Magic

Symbol: Red Mace

 

After Yama has considered the dead spirit’s deeds in life, he decides what form the spirit’s new body should take. In his true form, he is a green-skinned man with copper-colored eyes.

 

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Japanese Gods

 

 

Ama-Tsu-Mara

(God of Blacksmiths and Weapon Forgers)

 

AL: N

Domains: Earth, Luck, Strength, War

Symbol: Double-Edged Axe

 

Ama-Tsu-Mar has the power to create raw materials, such as iron ingots, charcoal, and leather, out of thin air. Any magical weapon forged by Ama-Tsu-Mar is automatically intelligent. In his true form, he’s a huge, man-like being with one eye located in the center of his forehead.

 

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Amaterasu

(Goddess of the Sun and Heavens)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Destruction, Light, Sun

Symbol: Sun

 

Amaterasu is the weaver of gods’ robes. She has the power to light the world (any part of it), to make plants grow, to cure disease in men or to destroy anything she wishes with her brilliance. In her true form, Amaterasu is a beautiful woman.

 

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Amatsu-Mikaboshi

(God of Evil)

 

AL: LE

Domains: Dark, Evil, Law, Trickery

Symbol: Silhouette of a Hook-Nosed Man

 

Amatsu-Mikaboshi sees and sanctions all things under cover of darkness. He has the power to look into the hearts of men and women. If he sees too much evil there, Amatsu-Mikaboshi will make them his. In his true form, he is a dark shadow that can never quite be seen.

 

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Hachiman

(God of War)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Law, Knowledge, Strength, War

Symbol: Samurai Sword

 

Hachiman always knows the location, strength, and readiness for any army. He also has the power to read the thoughts of any military commander. In his true form, Hachiman is a splendidly-armored warrior.

 

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Ho Masubi

(God of Fire)

 

AL: CN

Domains: Chaos, Destruction, Fire, Light

Symbol: Boar

 

Ho Masubi is one of the most feared gods in the Japanese pantheon, for he is a swift destroying of houses made from wood and paper. In his true form, he is a yellow and orange man with red hair. Around his waist, there is a terrible scar where his father cut him in half.

 

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Inari

(God of Rice)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Nature, Protection, Water

Symbol: Rice Plant

 

Inari watches over the sowing and reaping of rice, as well as the preservation of the crop after it has been harvested. he can control the flow of waters, the growth of plants, and all insect. In his true form, Inari is an old, bearded man.

 

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Izanagi and Izanami

(Gods of Earth and Life)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Earth, Law, Life, Nature

Symbol: Rainbow

 

These married gods assume the task of solidifying the earth. Working together, they have the power to create anything. In their true forms, they appear to be a statuesque man and woman of great beauty (though Izanami will appear dead and decayed if caught unawares).

 

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Kura Okami

(God of Rain)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Tempest, Water

Symbol: Mist Obscuring a Tree

 

Kura Okami is a somewhat forgetful god who is mostly kind and efficient. Aside from providing life-giving water, he has the power to send snow, which he does often in the winter in order to beautify an otherwise drab landscape. In his true form, he is a translucent old man with a kindly (if somewhat vacant) expression.

 

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Nai No Kami

(God of Earthquakes)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Earth, Law, Death, Destruction

Symbol: Fist Smashing a Building

 

Nai No Kami is the god or earthquakes. Being a touchy god, he won’t hesitate to destroy any community that fails to maintain an adequate temple to him. In his true form, Nai No Kami is a large, powerfully-built man.

 

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O-Kuni-Nushi

(God of Medicine, Sorcery, Land, and Heroes)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Law, Healing, Magic

Symbol: None

 

O-Kuni-Nushi has always confronted danger bravely and with a certain amount of cunning. He is able to cure any living animal of disease or completely heal it of its wounds. As a master of the land, he can speak with any living animal. In his true form, O-Kuni-Nushi is a samurai with a quiet, gentle manner and a ready smile.

 

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O-Wata-Tsu-Mi

(God of the Sea)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Animals, Good, Nature, Water

Symbol: Fish

 

O-Wata-Tsu-Mi has the power to command any creature that swims in the sea (including men while they are in the water), and to move the waters of the ocean at will. In his true form, he is a tremendous serpentine dragon green in color, but he is equally comfortable in the form of an old man with gills.

 

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Raiden

(God of Thunder and Fletchers)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Air, Chaos, Evil, Tempest

Symbol: Black Mace with Crossed Lightning Bolts

 

A petty and jealous god, Raiden is fond of eating human flesh, and receives a meal any time a man is slain by an arrow. In his true form, he has a horned, grotesque head and long, vicious-looking claws.

 

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Shina-Tsu-Hiko

(God of Wind)

 

AL: CN

Domains: Air, Chaos, Knowledge, Strength

Symbol: Three Curled Lines

 

Shina-Tsu-Hiko has the power to control the winds anywhere in the world, and can use this capability to bring hot, dusty conditions, pleasant rains, terrible storms, and so forth. In his true form, he appears to be a well-appointed lord.

 

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Susanoo

(God of Storms)

 

AL: CN

Domains: Chaos, Destruction, Tempest, Trickery

Symbol: Lightning Bolt

 

Susanoo has the power to deprive any being of flight for up to one week. He is a very unpredictable god. Sometimes, when he creates storms, the result is not so terrible. On other occasions, he savages the land from one end to the other, ripping up trees, destroying homes, and flooding crops. In his true form, Susanoo is a beardless man with a fierce aspect and no fingernails.

 

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Tsuki-Yomi

(God of the Moon)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Animal, Good, Light, Moon

Symbol: Hare in the Moon Pounding Rice in a Mortar

 

Tsuki-Yomi’s function is to count the passing of the months. He has the power to control time, making it pass more slowly in one place than in another, stopping it altogether, or speeding it up. He also has the power to light the darkness. In his true form, Tsuki-Yomi is a handsome man.

 

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Native American Gods

 

 

Coyote

 

AL: CN

Domains: Animal, Chaos, Earth, Trickery

Symbol: Coyote

 

Although Coyote is responsible for teaching arts,crafts and the use of light and fire. He is primarily a bullying greedy trickster. This chaotic personality makes him difficult to understand. As a trickster he will usually be accompanied by a giant wolf or sometimes by a giant fox, wildcat, badger, or porcupine. Often his tricks will backfire on him. His role is primarily that of a cowardly thief. His followers will most often appeal to him to improve their thieving abilities or to be granted tricks involving illusionist spells of fire, light or darkness.

 

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Raven

 

AL: CG

Domains: Air, Animal, Chaos, Good, Trickery

Symbol: Large Raven

 

The Raven is the great transformer-trickster who is responsible for the creation/transformation of the world. Because of his great polymorph/shape change abilities he can appear in virtually any form he chooses. In addition to a raven, he may also appear as a fox, a jay or the moon. He will fight only as a last resort and then as a giant raven. Although known as the great provider for mankind (including the giving of fire) the raven loves to play tricks, usually for the purpose of obtaining food to satisfy his ravenous appetite. He is most likely to intervene on the behalf of his worshipers when they are in need of necessities. The most successful way to appeal to him is by offerings of food.

 

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Haststelsi

(God of Racing; the “Red Lord”)

 

AL: N

Domains: Animal, Earth, Strength

Symbol: Running Horse

 

This god appears as a man, all of whose equipment is red. When he enters a tribal area it is because he desires to race with any person and in any way. He never shows his godlike abilities (always running just a little faster than his opponent). His horse is a giant maroon animal and is enchanted so that it will run faster than anything it is competing against.

 

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Haststezini

(Fire God; “Black Lord”)

 

AL: LE

Domains: Evil, Fire, Destruction, Law

Symbol: Torch

 

This being is jet block and extremely ugly. He always appears wreathed in flames (the heat of which inflicts 2-20 points of damage to all that are within 10 yards of him). He is aware of anything that happens in any area that has a fire within 50 yards of it. The god is very fond of destroying villages by fire if they do not make sacrifices to him. All tribes fearing the god's wroth (especially in the dry season) will sacrifice food and fresh meat to him by burning there items at high noon.

 

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Heng

(Thunder Spirit)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Air, Good, Law, Luck, Tempest

Symbol: Lightning Bolt

 

This god is favored among all the indian tribes because he can sometimes be relied upon to bring rain to those that suffer, and give luck to those that hurt. Heng is made aware of the need for rain by his priests, who must sprinkle large quantities of water on the ground to attract his attention. If he chooses to answer the summons, Heng will appear in a rolling thunder cloud as a braided warrior of the tribe that summoned him. The warrior that he chooses to copy for that summoning will have luck in bottle for the whole year (in the form of a +2 to hit enemies).

 

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Hotoru

(Wind God)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Air, Chaos, Good, Tempest, Wind

Symbol: Clouds

 

This being can sometimes be influenced by the needs of humans for certain types of weather or the growth of crops. On the other side of the coin, he can utterly destroy those same crops and humans for any slight to his priesthood. The god takes on the form of the chief of any village that he is near. While Hotoru is in this form, that chief will have a bonus of +1 added to all of his saving throw rolls.

 

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Pah

(God of the Moon and Father of Humans)

 

AL: CN

Domains: Chaos, Good, Moon, Nature

Symbol: Moon

 

Atius Tirawa, which means "Father Above" in the Pawnee language, was the Creator god He was believed to have taught tattooing, fire-building, hunting, agriculture, speech and clothing, religious rituals (including the use of tobacco and sacred bundles), and sacrifices. He was associated with most natural phenomena, including stars and planets, wind, lightning, rain, and thunder.

 

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Shakak

(Winter Spirit)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Death, Evil, Water

Symbol: Ice Spear

 

This white-skinned deity is able to bring on any kind of cold weather at will. Those that sacrifice to him can often lessen the force of winter, but no one prays to this evil being for fear that he will come. Sacrifices always take the form of burning precious possessions during the dead of winter. While his form is usually human, his face is demonic with fangs and blazing white eyes.

 

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Snake-Man

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Knowledge, Magic, Protection

Symbol: Snake on Sand

 

This god appears in the shape of a man with rainbow-colored skin. He always wears 75k gold pieces worth of jewelry. He ages at will, and often visibly turns younger or older in long conversations with other beings. He con control all reptiles, and no reptile type will attack him, even if they are magically controlled in some fashion. This defense extends to fantastic reptilian beings such as certain devils, demons, dragons, and the like. Instantly, he can summon 5-500 random types of snakes to serve him (once per day).

 

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Thunder Bird

 

AL: CG

Domains: Animal, Chaos, Good, Protection, War

Symbol: Eagle’s Head

 

The Thunder Bird warns of great disaster and is often found fighting evil creatures of great power. that have been summoned by the enemies of good tribes. This creature is never invoked. It always comes of its own will and does not leave until the battle is done. It has been known to die in several battles against powerful beings, only to appear again years later to confront another evil.

 

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Tobadzistsini

(War Spirit)

 

AL: NE

Domains: Death, Evil, Strength, War

Symbol: Crossed Spear and Shield

 

This god usually appears as a massively built male, but he can shape change at will. He occasionally, on a whim, enters into battles between tribes that interest him, either by personally taking a hand in increasing the abilities of one side or another. Worshiping warriors promise him kills in battle, which are burned after the victory.

 

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Norse Gods

 

 

Aegir

(God of the Ocean and the Personification of Strength)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Evil, Tempest, Water

Symbol: Rough Ocean Waves

 

Aegir is sometimes called the “Alebrewer” because he often throws feasts for his friends. Aegir has the power to create or quell storms at sea. In his true form, he is a giant standing sixty feet tall. He has a long gray beard, and caries a tree-sized club carved in the shape of a maiden.

 

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Baldur

(God of Beauty and Charisma)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Knowledge, Life, War

Symbol: Gem-Encrusted Chalice

 

The son of Frigga, Baldur is an attractive warrior of considerable skill. He shows his favor upon ugly men or women who perform selfless deeds by raising their charisma. He takes the form of an incredibly handsome fighter.

 

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Bragi

(God of Poetry and Song)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Knowledge, Nature, Magic

Symbol: Harp

 

Bragi’s song has the power to make plants grow and bloom, and to charm any animal into doing his will. In his true form, Bragi resembles an old, white-bearded man with a sparkle in his eye.

 

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Forseti

(God of Justine and the Arbiter of Divine Disputes)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Air, Balance, Good, Law

Symbol: Scales

 

Forseti knows when a lie is spoken anywhere and has the power to make any moral anywhere speak the truth, whether the individual wishes to or not. In his true form, Forseti is a handsome man dressed in a tunic of gold and breeches of silver.

 

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Frey

(God of Fertility)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Good, Nature, Protection, Sun

Symbol: Cloud in the Shape of a Ship

 

Frey provides men with sunshine, rain, peace, joy, and happiness. He is also the patron of married couples, horses, and horsemen. In his true form, Frey resembles a handsome young man.

 

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Freya

(Goddess of Love, Unbridled Passion, and Human Fertility)

 

AL: CN

Domains: Chaos, Fire, Healing, Magic

Symbol: Fire in the Shape of a Woman

 

Freya looks after women in labor. She has the power to kindle passion in any being, to control fires anywhere in the world, to set the future, to bless any woman with a child, and to alleviate pain and injury. In her true form, Freya is a voluptuous woman of entrancing beauty.

 

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Frigga

(Goddess of the Clouds, Sky, Married Love, and Wives)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Air, Law, Magic, Protection

Symbol: Spinning Wheel

 

Frigga is the wife of Odin. She has the power to foretell the future, and can control all forms of weather, to view any area through it, to assume the form of any flying animal, to spin flax into gold, and to make any husband fall madly and permanently in love with his wife. In her true form, she is a mature woman of great beauty.

 

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Heimdall

(God of the Dawn Light and Guardians)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Balance, Law, Protection, War

Symbol: Horn

 

Heimdall lives in a great castle atop the bridge Bifrost and guards the bridge against anyone crossing without Odin’s permission. In his true form, he is a strapping warrior in white armor.

 

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Hel

(Goddess of Death)

 

AL: NE

Domains: Death, Destruction, Evil, Trickery

Symbol: Woman’s Face with One Half Black and the Other White

 

Hel dwells in the land of mists. She receives the spirits of those who die by disease. She causes plagues and pestilence upon the world with a wave of her hand. In her true form, Hel is a statuesque woman completely white on the left side of her body and black on the right side.

 

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Idun

(Goddess of Spring)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Life, Nature

Symbol: Apples

 

Idun has the power to slow or reverse the aging process in any being, or to awaken any dormant or sleeping thing. In her true form, she is a youthful woman of great beauty usually carrying a basket of golden apples.

 

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Loki

(God of Mischief and Strife)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Evil, Magic, Trickery

Symbol: Flame

 

Loki is the trickster of the gods and is always causing trouble among them. He is only tolerated because of the great services he’s performed in the past for his people. Loki has the power to change his shape into anything. In his true form, Loki is a handsome young man who is always dressed in some combination of red and black.

 

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Odin

(God of Battle, Knowledge, Wisdom, Poetry, and Inspiration)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Knowledge, War

Symbol: Blue Eye

 

Odin the “All Father” is the leader and creator of the Norse Gods. In his true form, Odin appears to be a man of about fifty with a patch over one eye (he traded his missing eye for a draught from the Well of Knowledge). He has a bald head and a long gray beard, and usually wears a gray tunic beneath a hooded cloak of blue. He is often accompanied by two old wolves and two ravens which perch on his shoulder.

 

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Sif

(Goddess of Excellence and Skill)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Knowledge, Strength

Symbol: Upraised Sword

 

Sif is married to Thor and has hair made of real gold. She also creates many wondrous items like weapons and other objects. Sif is a slender woman of great beauty and often carries a long sword with her.

 

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Surtr

(God of the Fire Giants)

 

AL: LE

Domains: Evil, Fire, Law, Strength

Symbol: Flaming Sword

 

Surtr can control any fire in the world. He hates the Norse gods and will aid any who trouble them. He appears as an immense fire giant, with crackling flames for hair and eyebrows.

 

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Thor

(God of Thunder, Weather and Crops)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Protection, Tempest

Symbol: Hammer

 

Thor has complete control over the weather, and so is sometimes worshipped by merchants who depend upon his good graces to make long trading voyages safe. Thor can break any object, and he wields his magic hammer Mjolnir. Thor is a large, red-bearded man that is usually dressed in chain mail.

 

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Thrym

(God of the Frost Giants)

 

AL: CE

Domains: Chaos, Evil, Magic, Strength

Symbol: White Double-Bladed Axe

 

Thrym hates the Norse gods and will lend aid to any who trouble them. He appears as a giant blueskinned man with a flowing white beard wielding a white double-bladed axe.

 

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Tyr

(God of the Sword and Courage)

 

AL: LG

Domains: Good, Law, Protection, War

Symbol: Sword

 

Possessing only one hand, Tyr is the godly law enforcer, using his impressive swordsmanship to uphold order. In his true form, he is a bearded, fierce-looking warrior missing one hand.

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Sumerian Gods

 

Enlil

(God of Air and War)

 

AL: NG

Domains: Air, Good, Life, War

Symbol: Pickaxe

 

Enlil always appears as a tall man with a heavy dark beard and curly hair. At will, the god can shape change, and can ESP at any distance. Enlil can raise electrical storms, and from them direct lightning bolts at targets up to a mile distant, doing 40 points of damage per strike (save vs. spells for half damage). Unlike the other deities of this pantheon, Enlil has the power to raise the dead. Enlil takes no damage from lightning or electrical attacks.

 

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Enki

(God of the Rivers and Oceans)

 

AL: LN

Domains: Earth, Knowledge, Law, Water

Symbol: Ibex

 

This god is always green in color in any of his human manifestations. At will, he shape changes. Enki is aware of and can summon any being that has died in the water to do his bidding. (One being of any species can be summoned per day. The summoned being instantly appears and does the bidding of the god; that particular being cannot be summoned ever again.) Enki moves like a blink dog, and is immune to all forms of heat. He can only teleport to areas where there is water in quantities of more than 50 gallons.

 

The god is known for his great hatred of demons, and he will slay any person in his presence that has ever dealt with these monsters in a friendly manner. In battle, he fights the strongest enemy facing his group first. He uses a small jade green mace that has several powers: it strikes for 100 points of damage on a successful hit; it is ethereal when not held by the god; it negates any spell below the 6th level cast at the god; and it will never cause harm to a lawful neutral being it strikes. His armor, helm, and shield are made out of water, and automatically absorb the first two hits made against the god in any given melee round.

 

Enki is also the patron of jewelers, goldsmiths, and stonecutters. Naturally, because of Enki's interest in this area, only the finest jewels, gold items, and carvings can be given to the god's temples in homage.

 

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Inanna

(Goddess of War and Love)

 

AL: LE

Domains: Evil, Law, Magic, War

Symbol: Shepherd's Staff

 

This goddess usually appears in the form of a beautiful woman, and will on rare occasions pick exceptionally brave warriors in battle and aid them. This aid takes the form of that warrior never being hit, always making his or her saving throw, and never missing an attempted hit. This lasts for the duration of the melee.

 

At will, the goddess can shape change, animate statutes of herself in her temples, and can summon from the dead any being she has killed in a past battle to aid any given side (only on a one time basis per being).

 

She uses a small double bladed brass axe in battle that has the following abilities: it strikes for 75 points of damage per hit, causes any armor it strikes to turn to dust (no saving throw), and the user is never surprised. Her breast plates negate any damage caused by heat, cold, fang, or claw to her body.

 

The goddess is a fickle being and requires the sacrificing of the best in magical or high quality weapons on her altars. In battle, she drives a chariot pulled by seven lions to which she has given the gift of flight (MV 30"). They are otherwise normal beasts which are under her complete control.

 

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Ki

(Goddess of Nature)

 

AL: N

Domains: Animal, Balance, Luck, Nature

Symbol: Iris

 

Ki appears as an elfin woman of great beauty. The goddess cannot be touched by anything material cast through the air at her. At will, she can shape change (into non-monster forms only). She can give the "luck of the gods" to those she favors. This luck takes the form of the recipient always making his or her saving throw and only suffering half damage from any attack; this lasts for a 24 hour period.

 

Any non-monster animal of any species is hers to summon instantly, in any number up to 100. No species can be summoned more than once per week. Thus, she can summon 100 tigers, 100 lions, 100 condors, etc., in any given week and they will instantly come to her call. She can only summon one type of creature at a time. She also has the power to instantly know where any given thing is on the surface of the earth.

 

When forced to do combat, she will take only half damage from any attack and will always make her saving throw on all things.

 

Ki's clerics are druids; her Great Druid may receive communications directly from the goddess.

 

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Nanna-Sin

(Goddess of the Moon)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Dark, Good, Moon

Symbol: Jet Black Axe over Moon

 

This human-appearing god is always bathed in a blue glow that acts as a rod of beguiling to all who come within 10 feet of it. At will, Nanna-Sin can negate any of the following: heat, cold, electricity, light, and darkness. He uses a +3 jet black axe in battle which strikes for 60 points of damage per hit; it also acts as a sword of sharpness.

 

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Nin-Hursag

(Goddess of the Earth)

 

AL: N

Domains: Balance, Earth, Light, Magic

Symbol: Blue-White Diamond

 

This deity always appears as a dark-skinned female. She is mistress of gravity and magnetism and has complete control over these forces. She can give the gift of flight to those she especially favors. She also has the power to wither those she hates. This withering takes the form of a special 9th level spell that works like three charges from a staff of withering. It requires the same components as a wish spell.

 

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Utu

(God of the Sun)

 

AL: CG

Domains: Chaos, Good, Light, Sun

Symbol: Radiant Sun Disc

 

This deity, always in human form, is constantly bathed in a dazzling 10' radius yellow glow. The glow causes all enemies to suffer a -2 on all strikes at the god, and all undead wither to dust at a touch of his glow. He can cast two light rays per round at anything in sight, each of which does 20 points of damage when they hit (save vs. spells for half damage). He regenerates all lost hit points when touched by heat of any degree above 100° F, and he is able to polymorph living matter into dirt, with a 3 on the being's saving throw.

 

In battle, the god throws bits of the sun he has pulled away. These sun-bits can be thrown up to 2 miles away from the god, and they strike for 60 points of heat damage when they hit. His aura also causes anything striking his body to melt unless the thing is indestructible.

 

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