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  • Achaekek

    h1. Achaekek h2. He Who Walks in Blood Also known as the Mantis God, Achaekek is the god of the Red Mantis assassins’ guild. He attracts other mortals who kill for pay, many of them beastmen and others that can only find a place on the fringes of …

  • Alseta

    h1. Alseta h2. The Welcomer This minor goddess watches over doorways, thresholds, and the transition from one year to the next. She is a servitor of most civilized deities, acting as a domain steward for absent powers or as a hostess for gatherings …

  • Besmara

    h1. Besmara h2. The Pirate Queen Few pirates have the time or interest for zealous devotion to a deity and don’t bother praying to her until they are face to face with death. Her role as goddess of sea monsters does not endear her to intelligent …

  • Brigh

    h1. Brigh h2. The Whisper in the Bronze This enigmatic, silent deity appears to be a slender woman made of bronze clockwork with a metal skullcap, though sometimes she is shown as a beautiful woman wearing clockwork armour. She is the goddess of …

  • Ghlaunder

    h1. Ghlaunder h2. The Gossamer King This monstrous demigod was inadvertently freed from his cocoon by [[Desna]. As she feels responsible for loosing him upon the world, she hunts him to this day in the hope of turning his power toward a more …

  • Groetus

    h1. Groetus h2. God of the End Times The god of the end of the world has no organized faith. Followers of Groetus who aren’t prone to mad ravings or grand plans tend to be skulkers and hangers-on, content to lurk near battlefields or in the rear of …

  • Gyronna

    h1. Gyronna h2. The Angry Hag This goddess only allows females into her priesthood. People fear her clergy for their ability to poison the minds of others with hate, turning friends against each other and making enemies out of allies (though they …

  • Hanspur

    h1. Hanspur h2. The Water Rat This god’s priests are clerics, druids, or rangers. Some legends say that Hanspur was once a mortal priest of [[Gozreh]]; murdered in his sleep by a travelling companion, his god raised him as an unstable guardian of …

  • Kurgess

    h1. Kurgess h2. The Strong Man This strongman demigod was a favorite of [[Cayden Cailean]] and [[Desna]] in life, and it is commonly understood that those two deities helped elevate him to divinity after his death; some believe he is actually their …

  • Milani

    h1. Milani h2. The Everbloom Devotees of this minor goddess of uprisings are used to intense periods of work followed by years of inactivity, and as such they usually start families. The faithful understand that their line of work often leads to …

  • Naderi

    h1. Naderi h2. The Lost Maiden Originally just a divine assistant to [[Shelyn]] who watched over couples whose love was forbidden by their race, culture, or families, she became something more when one of her young pairs chose to kill themselves …

  • Razmir

    h1. Razmir h2. the Living God Built on arcane magic and a phenomenal lie at its center, the cult of Razmir the Living God controls an entire country with the false deity at its head. Lacking the staples of healing magic that all clerics command, the …

  • Sivanah

    h1. Sivanah h2. The Seventh Veil Sivanah’s illusionists may become priests of the church. Veiled witches of Irrisen have been seen in Razmiran, perhaps as envoys from Baba Yaga to the Living God or out of an interest in exchanging magic.

  • Zyphus

    h1. Zyphus h2. The Grim Harvestman Some priests of Zyphus have the power to bring bad luck upon their enemies. Though they are indifferent about the creation of undead, his dead priests have a tendency to rise as bodiless undead (allips, spectres, …