Gods of the Humans

Gods

Generation 1
Maph , the God of Midnight and Mountains, is an exotic beauty, with pale skin, short, straight black hair, and eyes the color of summer sky. He is very short and somewhat muscular, and often seems angry. He usually wears a tattered cloak dyed blue-violet and pale blue. He is also associated with dogs. He is often worshiped by the wealthy. His numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by the magic they wield. There are a respectable amount of sacrifices to him in the foothills of mountains. There are many myths involving his epic battles with Koavus. He is the son of Koavus. He is known to place challenges before great mortal heroes.

Koavus , the God of Magic, is almost plain-looking, with ashen skin, long, flowing pale golden hair, and eyes the color of sparkling amber. He is tall and of average build, and rarely laughs. He usually wears simple clothes dyed yellow-orange and dark yellow.
He is also associated with cats and secrets. He is often worshiped by lawbreakers. His vast flocks of followers can be primarily distinguished by the holidays they observe. There are a small number of statues of him near bridges. There are many myths involving his illicit relationship with certain mortals. He is the son of Jaelyor. He is known to sometimes place obstacles in the way of mortals in dire need.

Nin , the Goddess of Peace, is almost plain-looking, with tanned skin, short, straight auburn hair, and eyes the color of sapphires. She is very tall and very muscular, and has a faraway expression. She usually wears opulent robes dyed dark blue-violet and grey-brown.
She is also associated with desire and astrology. She is often worshiped by the poor. Her surprisingly numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by their tattoos. There are many shrines to her near bridges. There are many myths involving her tumultuous affairs with Lorili. She is the cousin of Lorili. She is the wife of Maph. She is known to help mortal magic-users.

Iseaz , the Goddess of Strength, Celebration and Battle, is eerily beautiful, with ivory skin, short, rippling bright red hair, and eyes the color of red wine. She is surprisingly short and willowy, and often appears angry. She usually wears formal attire dyed burnt orange and bronze. She is also associated with luck. She is often worshiped by men. Her many followers can be primarily distinguished by their secret language. There are a respectable amount of offerings to her in small villages. There are many myths involving her illicit relationship with Naendrann. She is the wife of Joraeli. She is known to hinder mortals seeking forgiveness.

Naendrann , the God of Darkness, is an exotic beauty, with ashen skin, short, flowing dark brown hair, and eyes the color of shimmering crystals. He is short and muscular, and rarely laughs. He usually wears a cloak dyed bright green and beige.
He is also associated with death. He is often worshiped by merchants. His surprisingly few followers can be primarily distinguished by their secret language. There are many shrines to him in meadows. There are many myths involving his scandalous relationship with Lorili. He is the brother of Tullevan. He is known to give aid to charismatic mortals.

Lorili , the Goddess of Courtesans, Death Rites and Shame, is blindingly beautiful, with copper skin, short, flowing pale red hair, and eyes the color of dark earth. She is very tall and slender, and generally appears mischievious. She usually wears armor dyed dark gold and light grey. She is also associated with disease and the wilderness. She is often worshiped by magic-users. Her surprisingly numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by the charms they carry with them. There are more than a few statues of her in large cities. There are many myths involving her friendship with Nin. She is the sister of Tullevan. She is known to send visions to distressed mortals.

Tullevan , the Goddess of the Wind, is divinely beautiful, with bronzed skin, long, swirling red-brown hair, and eyes the color of stormy seas. She is of average height and very muscular, and has a faraway expression. She usually wears light armor dyed grey and pale blue. She is also associated with time, tournaments and the sea. She is often worshiped by youths. Her vast flocks of followers can be primarily distinguished by their hairstyle. There are widespread shrines to her in large cities. There are many myths involving her tempestuous relationship with Naendrann. She is the sister of Lorili. She is known to help virtuous mortals.

Rareln , the Goddess of Deception and Lies, is blindingly beautiful, with bronzed skin, long, pale red hair, and eyes the color of spring greenery. She is short and somewhat muscular, and often appears angry. She usually wears armor and a helmet dyed pale orange. She is also associated with knowledge, the underworld and psychology. She is often worshipped by city dwellers. Her large numbers of followers can be primarily distinguished by their daily prayers. There are a large number of carvings of her in large cities. There are many myths involving her ill-fated romance with Nin. She is the cousin of Iseaz. She is known to pose riddles to mortals with quests.

Generation 2
Ori , the Goddess of Battle and Day, is surprisingly plain, with fair skin, long, flowing bright red hair, and eyes the color of dark earth. She is tall and muscular, and generally appears mischievious. She usually wears a cloak dyed dark green and grey. She is also associated with psychology and lovers. She is often worshiped by nobles. Her large numbers of followers can be primarily distinguished by the ritual greetings they use. There are quite a few depictions of her in military outposts. There are many myths involving her many adventures with Jaelyor. She is the daughter of Maph. She is known to pose riddles to random mortals.

Elynd , the God of Law, and Politics, is almost plain-looking, with ivory skin, short, flowing bright red hair, and eyes the color of storm clouds. He is surprisingly short and broad-shouldered, and looks somewhat insane. He usually wears opulent robes dyed dark blue and red-violet. He is also associated with passion. He is often worshiped by the poor. His almost fanatical followers can be primarily distinguished by their secret language. There are a large number of depictions of him in most cities. There are many myths involving his mercurial relationship with Maph. He is the brother of Ori. He is known to give help to mortals seeking vengeance.

Jaelyor , the God of Victory and Luck, is shockingly beautiful, with tanned skin, waist length, flowing dark red hair, and eyes the color of forest moss. He is medium height and slender, and generally has a blissful expression. He usually wears formal attire dyed medium blue and gold. He is also associated with lust, birds and nightmares. He is often worshiped by priests. His surprisingly few followers can be primarily distinguished by their hairstyle. There are more than a few shrines to him in most villages. There are many myths involving his enduring friendship with certain mortals. He is the son of Elynd. He is known to give help to mortal warriors.

Joraeli , the Goddess of the Desert and Pity, is shockingly beautiful, with pale skin, shoulder length, flowing white hair, and eyes the color of purple flames. She is very short and very slender, and is usually laughing. She usually wears stylized armor dyed yellow-green. She is also associated with astronomy and strife. She is often worshiped by the elderly. Her few followers can be primarily distinguished by the way they conduct themselves. There are a large number of statues of her at the edge of forests. There are many myths involving her enduring friendship with Erickix. She is the daughter of Naendrann. She is known to appear to great mortal heroes.

Erickix , the God of Agriculture, Politics and Poetry, is almost plain-looking, with sallow skin, shoulder length, swirling pale red hair, and eyes the color of polished oak. He is tall and of hearty build, and looks somewhat malicious. He usually wears rich robes dyed dark red. He is also associated with mercenaries. He is often worshiped by clerics. His surprisingly few followers can be primarily distinguished by the way they conduct themselves. There are quite a few shrines to him at crossroads. There are many myths involving his rocky relationship with Naendrann. He is the son of Nin. He is known to give some help to mortal leaders.

Gods of the Humans

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