Other Races Gods

Thordrin:


Aligment:LG

The Chief God of dwarves, and generally thought o have forged the world on in his forge. The dwarves believe that Thordrin forged the first dwarves out of metal and gems and breathed life into them. He governs the arts and sciences of the dwarves: smithing, metalworking, engineering, and war. He often is portrayed as Dwarf in bronze armor with a mighty mattock. Thordin is known to send messengers to the mortal plane where they help those of the dwarven kind do great deeds in his name. After Carguk’s rise to godhood, Thordrin and he have waged a constant war with each other.
Rules Over
God Of Forge, protection, strategy, Strength, Weapons
Symbol
A mattock and hammer crossed over an anvil
Worshipers
Dwarves, smiths, generals, tacticians, warriors
Domains
Artifice, Earth, Good, Law, Protection, Archon, Caves, Construct, Defense, (Judgment), Metal, Toil

Maladara:


Aligment:NG

One of the first deities created and Chief Goddess of the elves, sister of Rith, the “Eternal Star” teaches forgiveness and patients, to all her followers. Maladara urges those who follow her to redemption rather then condemn those that are agents of evil. In the cases where redemption is not something that can be attained, or is desired, justice is to be delivered swiftly. Maladara is always depicted as an elf regal elf woman, in a long flowing green dress, in the company of a white stag believed to be the essence of Lyd, who was at one point her lover.
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Goddess of Sun, Redemption, Honesty, Healing, Farming, Hunting, Trade, Family
Symbol
A rose wrapping around an antler
Worshipers
,Elves, Healers, farmers, redeemed evil-doers, hunters, tradesmen
Domains
Fire, Glory, Good, Healing, Sun, Agathion, Day, Heroism, Light, (Redemption), Restoration, Resurrection, (Revelation)

Paim:


Aligment:LN

The god of wealth and civilization, Paim is known to be a patient deity, and has become the chief God of the Halflings, and many humans. Paim religious texts the Book of Paim teaches his followers to love and worship him above all others, as they were created in his image, and to do his biding. Paim’s followers belong the The Holy Order of the Father lead religious crusades to spread his word. Often depicted as Halfling or human of nondescript age, with a key in his hand and a purse in the other, Paim is the keeper of all life, which according to his texts are stores in The Ark, created around the time of war with Laenacus.
Rules Over
God of Cities, Wealth, Merchants, Law, Life.
Symbol
A golden ark
Worshipers
Halflings, Judges, merchants, lawyers, aristocrats
Domains
Earth, Law, Nobility, Protection, Travel,Defense, Inevitable, Leadership, Martyr, Metal, Trade

Rith:


Aligment:CN

The patron goddess of the Drow, Rith is Malarada’s sister who was corrupted by her lovers Laenacus. Rith appears a beautiful drow woman, in a black sleeveless dress, he arms covered in glowing glyphs. These glyphs were a “gift” from Laencus, who saw Rith’s evny of Maladara, and persuaded the young goddess that the glyphs would help her achieve the love that Maladara received from the elves. When Rith fused the glyphs to her, she was able to create the drow, who worshiped her as their mother. As time wore on the glyphs changed Rith into a vengeful being sending her children to destroy the work of her sister. After the Mad God was sealed, Maladara has tried to appeal to her sisters better half but to no avail.
Rules Over
Goddess of Trickery, Lust, Revenge, The Moon
Symbol
A bloody crecent moon
Worshipers
Drow, and others of the humanoids of the Under Land
Domains
Chaos, Charm, Knowledge, Luck, Trickery, Azata, Curse, Deception, Lust, Memory, Thievery

Carguk:


Aligment:CN

The patron god of the orc, Carguk, is depicted as a massive orc wearing fins animal skins and crushing dwarves barehanded. Carguk was a mortal ocr who after his death achieved godhood thanks to Ebnus, who intended him to be her servant. Ebnus didn’t count on Carguk’s fierce desire to survive, and quickly fought free of her control (some say with the help of Alus) and became a god in his own right. He loves battle and awards his follows with blessings in the form of stamina boosts and sudden surges of strength. Since rising to godhood he has been as war with Thordrin. Orc and Dwarves alike believe that their clashes create the storms in the mountains.
Rules Over
God of Strength, Battle, Weapons, Freedom, Survival
Symbol
A dwarf skull
Worshipers
Soldiers, mercenaries, brigands, bloodthirsty savages; half-orcs,barbarians, Orc
Domains
Chaos, Destruction, Glory, Strength, War, Blood, Ferocity, Protean, Rage, Resolve, Tactics

Ebnus:


Aligment:CE

Old gods created demons when the began attempting to create life, Anirron was the first, Ebnus was the second. Laenacus took her as his lover and with her spawned many other creatuers with her, some of which began to seep up from the Hells through Morionun and corrupt the mortal realm. This action started the war between the gods. Seeing her as a threat Lyd ventured into her realm in the Hells where she savagely murdered him and feasted on some of his essence before Felch and Taime could fight her off. Ebuns ascended to godhood after that and once she realized Laenacus’s goal, ailed herself with the other gods to seal him. Considered to be the Great Mother by all monstrous, Ebnus is often depicted differently by all of he worshipers, who choose to fashion her in their image. Tiame’s holy texts describe her as a woman with the head of a crow, who is perpetually birthing new horrors, from her womb.
Rules Over
Goddess of Coruption, Monsters, Nightmares
Symbol
A decaying raven’s head
Worshipers
Monstrous Humanoids
Domains
Chaos, Evil, Madness, Strength, Trickery, Animals, Deception, Demon, Ferocity, Insanity, Nightmare, Thievery

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