Harrowen Pantheon (3.5e Pantheon)

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This Pantheon is worshipped in the region of Harrowen. It is led by Krosheln, God of the Plains, Followed closely by Thezev the god of summer truth and lust and Goss, Goddess pf Light. The Deities are relatively new to the world but have made a big impact since. Unlike their counterparts, the Suerthen Pantheon, they shun Necromancy and endorse life.

List of Gods Krosheln, the God of the Plains, is ruggedly handsome , with green tinted skin, long, flowing dark grey hair, and eyes the color of green leaves. He is very tall and somewhat muscular, and looks rather smug. He usually wears a tattered cloak dyed red-violet. He is also associated with day. He is often worshipped by women. His followers can be primarily distinguished by the symbols they wear and normally druids. There are quite a few carvings of him in large cities. There are many myths involving his friendship with Judinai. He is the brother of Judinai. He is known to pose riddles to mortal warriors.

Thezev, the God of Summer, Truth and Lust, is almost plain-looking, with fair skin, long, curly auburn hair, and eyes the color of fresh snow. He is short and slender, and sometimes seems very sad. He usually wears scant clothing, dyed blue-green and dark bronze. He is also associated with misery and souls. He is often worshipped by youths. His many followers can be primarily distinguished by their ritual scars. There are a large number of temples to him just outside of cities. There are many myths involving his many adventures with Shat. He is the father of Jaeni. He is known to give some help to distressed mortals.

Goss, the Goddess of Light, is extremely beautiful, with golden skin, long, medium brown hair, and eyes the color of sapphires. She is very tall and slender, and generally appears content. She usually wears simple clothes dyed medium blue. She is also associated with law. She is often worshipped by women. Her few, but dedicated followers can be primarily distinguished by their ritual scars. There are quite a few temples to her in most villages. There are many myths involving her wild romance with Laitror. She is the sister of Laitror. She is known to give some help to random mortals.

Cazar, the Goddess of Wishes, Knowledge and Beauty, is unusually beautiful, with very pale skin, shoulder length, curly medium brown hair, and eyes the color of fallen leaves. She is short and of average build, and often looks sly. She usually wears stylized armor dyed yellow-orange. She is also associated with destroying ghosts. She is often worshipped by city dwellers and wizards. Her few followers can be primarily distinguished by the shrines in their homes. There are many depictions of her in mountains. There are many myths involving her enduring friendship with certain mortals. She is the daughter of Judinai. She is known to give help to mortals in dire need.

Traindel, the Goddess of Time and Merchants, is quite pretty, with metallic bronze skin, short, flowing red-brown hair, and eyes the color of bluejay eggs. She is tall and has a plump build, and has a faraway expression. She usually wears a cloak dyed beige and dark yellow. She is often worshipped by merchants. Her large numbers of followers can be primarily distinguished by the jewellery they bear. There are a small number of shrines to her at crossroads. There are many myths involving her epic battles with Cazar. She is the daughter of Judinai. She is known to pose riddles to mortal magic-users.

Jaeni, the God of Innocence, Arrogance and Marriage, is somewhat plain, with brown skin, long, red-brown hair, and eyes the color of summer sky. He is tall and of hearty build, and often seems angry. He usually wears formal attire dyed pale orange. He is also associated with abundance, joy and whistling. He is often worshipped by nobles. His surprisingly few followers can be primarily distinguished by the shrines in their homes. There are a few temples to him in military outposts. There are many myths involving his affair with Judinai. He is the brother of Cazar. He is known to sometimes place obstacles in the way of charismatic mortals.

Shat, the Goddess of Dogs, Luck and Oaths, is not so good looking, with reddish skin, short, curly black hair, and eyes the color of storm clouds. She is of average height and somewhat muscular, and is usually smiling. She usually wears opulent robes dyed dark grey. She is often worshipped by dog trainers and people who live close to animals. Her numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by the charms they carry with them. There are many carvings of her in small villages. . She is the sister of Thezev. She is known to sometimes hinder great mortal warriors.

Judinai, the God of Dusk, is somewhat plain, with ebony skin, long, wavy light grey hair, and eyes the color of crimson. He is very tall and very slender, and almost never frowns. He usually wears rich robes dyed dark red and blue-violet with purple slippers. He is also associated with holidays and tournaments. He is often worshipped by non-evil shadow tainted. His surprisingly few followers can be primarily distinguished by the clothing they wear. There are a large number of sacrifices to him at the edge of forests. There are many myths involving his tumultuous affairs with Thezev. He is the brother of Shat. He is known to give advice to mortals with quests.


Latri, the Goddess of Day, Spring and Memory, is eerily beautiful, with pale skin, short, wavy cinnamon hair, and eyes the color of moonlight. She is tall and very slender, and looks naive and youthful. She usually wears light and airy robes dyed yellow-green. She is often worshipped by the youthful. Her few followers can be primarily distinguished by their hairstyle. There are a large number of carvings of her just outside of cities. There are many myths involving her vast travels with certain mortals. She is the daughter of Laitror. She is known to have relationships with mortals with quests.

Jairenath, the Goddess of Misery, is beautiful in a dark way, with pale skin, shoulder length, swirling bright red hair, and eyes the color of polished oak. She is medium height and solidly built, and sometimes seems very sad. She usually wears worn, ragged clothing dyed pale violet and dark blue-violet. She is often worshipped by actors. Her many followers can be primarily distinguished by their Gloomy complexion. There are many carvings of her in forests. There are many myths involving her ill-fated adventures with certain mortals. She is the sister of Latri. She is known to sometimes place obstacles in the way of mortal heroes.

Nelac, the Goddess of Mountains and Travel, is extremely beautiful, with fair skin, long, pale golden hair, and eyes the color of tree bark. She is medium height and muscular, and generally has a blissful expression. She usually wears rich robes dyed light grey and grey-green. She is also associated with solstices. She is often worshipped by mountaineers. Her few, but dedicated followers can be primarily distinguished by the holidays they observe. There are widespread depictions of her in the foothills of mountains. There are many myths involving her mercurial relationship with Jairenath. She is the sister of Latri. She is known to help mortal villians.

Laitror, the Goddess of Jesters and Diplomacy, is surprisingly ugly, with bronzed skin, long, flowing pale red hair, and eyes the color of new-forged copper. She is very tall and of average build, and often looks sly. She usually wears a jesters garb dyed yellow and dark violet. She is also associated with cats. She is often worshipped by priests. Her surprisingly few followers can be primarily distinguished by the symbols they wear. There are quite a few altars dedicated to her in small villages. There are many myths involving her enduring friendship with Jairenath. She is the daughter of Latri. She is known to have relationships mortal jokers.

Isoassual, the God of War, has Blunt features, with tanned skin, Trimmed, short brown hair and eyes the color of black opals. He is average height and of Masculine build, and tends to look Viscous. He usually wears light armour made with steel and bronze. He is also associated with Berserking. He is often worshipped by the elderly. His almost fanatical followers can be primarily distinguished by their tattoos. There are a large number of temples to him near bridges. There are many myths involving his ill-fated romance with Shaker. He is the father of Nelac with Nerael. He is known to sometimes place obstacles in the way of mortal warriors.

Nerael, the Goddess of Fertility, Courtesans and Seduction, is Blindingly beautiful, with tanned skin, shoulder length, wavy dark brown hair, and eyes the color of cold iron. She is very tall and solidly built, and rarely laughs. She usually wears a tattered cloak dyed tan. She is also associated with messengers, war and darkness. She is often worshipped by the poor. Her numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by the shrines in their homes. There are numerous altars dedicated to her just outside of cities. There are many myths involving her ill-fated adventures with Laitror. She is known to give aid to mortals seeking vengeance.

Most of the deities are either any good alignment or they are neutral.

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