Deities

Chief Deities:

Elaephal, the Goddess of Summer, is quite beautiful, with brown skin, long, curly dark grey hair, and eyes the color of fallen leaves. She is tall and willowy, and is usually frowning. She usually wears opulent robes dyed silver.
She is also associated with tournaments, midnight and the desert. She is often worshipped by warriors. Her few followers can be primarily distinguished by their jewelry. There are a respectable amount of temples to her in the foothills of mountains. There are many myths involving her affair with Vou. She is the sister of Juthae. She is known to place challenges before mortals with quests.

Torrur, the God of Inspiration and the Forge, is surprisingly ugly, with ebony skin, waist length, flowing black hair, and eyes the color of deep pits. He is tall and broad-shouldered, and usually has a guarded expression. He usually wears elegant clothing dyed grey-blue and violet.
He is also associated with night, battle and arrogance. He is often worshipped by magic-users. His many followers can be primarily distinguished by the magic they wield. There are a small number of temples to him in cities. There are many myths involving his duels with Juthae. He is the brother of Vou. He is known to sometimes hinder mortals with quests.

Elaishol, the Goddess of Spring, is blindingly beautiful, with ebony skin, waist length, flowing pale golden hair, and eyes the color of golden sand. She is medium height and broad-shouldered, and generally has a blissful expression. She usually wears opulent robes dyed dark gold and beige.
She is also associated with memory, abundance and vengeance. She is often worshipped by the poor. Her large numbers of followers can be primarily distinguished by the shrines in their homes. There are a few offerings to her in forests. There are many myths involving her constant scheming with Mada. She is the cousin of Enaah. She is known to place challenges before virtuous mortals.

Flaekael, the Goddess of Intoxicants, Candles and the Desert, is blindingly beautiful, with brown skin, short, bright red hair, and eyes the color of bronze discs. She is short and of average build, and almost never smiles. She usually wears a tattered cloak dyed dark bronze and medium red.
She is also associated with charisma, autumn and daydreams. She is often worshipped by youths. Her vast flocks of followers can be primarily distinguished by the magic they wield. There are a respectable amount of temples to her near bridges. There are many myths involving her friendship with Isous. She is the sister of Enaah. She is known to place challenges before mortal villians.


Other Deities:

Vou, the Goddess of Dance, Wrath and Nightmares, is eerily beautiful, with tanned skin, long, rippling white hair, and eyes the color of gleaming steel. She is of average height and willowy, and is usually smiling. She usually wears simple clothes dyed red-violet.
She is also associated with earth and crossroads. She is often worshipped by merchants. Her numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by the charms they carry with them. There are many temples to her in forests. There are many myths involving her competetive relationship with Anoudon. She is the wife of Torrur. She is known to occasionally mislead great mortal heroes.

Juthae, the Goddess of Poetry and Water, is very beautiful, with tanned skin, long, dark red hair, and eyes the color of black opals. She is medium height and of average build, and generally appears mischievious. She usually wears light and airy robes dyed grey-brown.
She is also associated with desire. She is often worshipped by priests. Her almost fanatical followers can be primarily distinguished by the rites they perform. There are a few shrines to her near lakes. There are many myths involving her constant scheming with Elaephal. She is the sister of Scikler. She is known to sometimes hinder mortals seeking vengeance.

Anoudon, the Goddess of the Sky, Duels and Opposites, is surprisingly plain, with copper skin, long, dark golden hair, and eyes the color of spring greenery. She is tall and muscular, and rarely laughs. She usually wears opulent robes dyed blue-green.
She is also associated with destruction. She is often worshipped by nobles. Her few followers can be primarily distinguished by the way they conduct themselves. There are many shrines to her in the foothills of mountains. There are many myths involving her great debates with Torrur. She is the daughter of Juthae. She is known to pose riddles to mortals with quests.

Ilanaxn, the God of Death Rites, Politics and Diplomacy, is almost plain-looking, with brown skin, waist length, straight white hair, and eyes the color of cold iron. He is short and somewhat muscular, and sometimes seems very sad. He usually wears a hooded cloak dyed medium blue.
He is also associated with cats, charisma and keys. He is often worshipped by lawbreakers. His large numbers of followers can be primarily distinguished by their ritual scars. There are many shrines to him near rivers. There are many myths involving his adventures with Torrur. He is the father of Torrur. He is known to send dreams to mortals seeking vengeance.

Scikler, the Goddess of Science, Sacrifice and Youth, is shockingly beautiful, with ivory skin, long, swirling pale red hair, and eyes the color of summer sky. She is tall and of hearty build, and rarely laughs. She usually wears light and airy robes dyed white.
She is also associated with storms, birds and flowers. She is often worshipped by youths. Her few followers can be primarily distinguished by the charms they carry with them. There are a few temples to her in small villages. There are many myths involving her epic battles with Anoudon. She is the cousin of Ilanaxn. She is known to sometimes hinder epic mortal heroes.

Isous, the Goddess of Peace, Valour and the Forge, is almost plain-looking, with fair skin, shoulder length, wavy pale golden hair, and eyes the color of sparkling amber. She is tall and solidly built, and generally has a blissful expression. She usually wears light armor dyed violet and bright scarlet.
She is also associated with celebration, the wilderness and friendship. She is often worshipped by city dwellers. Her surprisingly numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by the holidays they observe. There are a few offerings to her in large cities. There are many myths involving her rocky relationship with Chandico. She is the mother of Mada. She is known to occasionally mislead mortals in dire need.

Chandico, the God of Deceit, is extremely beautiful, with fair skin, short, light grey hair, and eyes the color of dark rubies. He is surprisingly short and slender, and usually has a guarded expression. He usually wears little clothing, dyed red-violet and golden-brown.
He is also associated with politics and the sun. He is often worshipped by warriors. His surprisingly few followers can be primarily distinguished by their hairstyle. There are a respectable amount of altars dedicated to him in most villages. There are many myths involving his rocky relationship with Isous. He is the husband of Mada. He is known to give some help to mortals in dire need.

Mada, the Goddess of Luck, is extremely beautiful, with ashen skin, short, curly gold hair, and eyes the color of summer sky. She is medium height and slender, and sometimes seems very sad. She usually wears light and airy robes dyed bright blue and yellow-green.
She is also associated with mercenaries. She is often worshipped by women. Her surprisingly few followers can be primarily distinguished by the rites they perform. There are many carvings of her in large cities. There are many myths involving her many adventures with Chandico. She is the daughter of Enaah. She is known to sometimes hinder mortal heroes.

Enaah, the Goddess of Science, is somewhat plain, with tanned skin, waist length, flaming red hair, and eyes the color of lightning bolts. She is very short and very slender, and often appears angry. She usually wears armor dyed gold.
She is also associated with strength. She is often worshipped by magic-users. Her large numbers of followers can be primarily distinguished by the ritual greetings they use. There are many shrines to her in small villages. There are many myths involving her scandalous relationship with Chandico. She is the mother of Mada. She is known to send visions to mortal warriors.

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