Deities of Karthica (Karthica Supplement)

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There are 20 Karthican deities, 10 gods and 10 goddesses.[edit]

At Monar, Eldest God, Lord of Light and Civilization

At Monar is the oldest and most respected of the gods. He is married to Atal Monar. He created the light, and is thus symbolized by the sun. He also is credited with teaching humanity how to become civilized.

Alignment: Neutral Good

Domains: Sun, Nobility

Atal Monar, Eldest Goddess, Lady of Night and Faith

Atal Monar is the wife of At Monar. When she calls her husband to bed, the light fades from the earth and night falls. Atal Monar is also the lady of faith, and rewards the pious and the dedicated.

Alignment: Neutral Good

Domains: Darkness, Good

Olivarla, Lady of Life and Birth

Olivarla is the graceful daughter of Atal Monar, and she is responsible for bringing new people into the world, and preventing untimely deaths. She is tangentially associated with health and healing, although that is more specifically the role of her daughter, Sarosia.

Alignment: Neutral Good

Domain: Creation, Protection

Murgock, Lord of Death

Murgock is the dour overseer of the common dead. He is forever jealous of his sister, Murloss, Lady of Death, who manages the souls of the righteous dead. Murgock finds joy in few things, but he is known to relish bringing to his realm those who seek to cheat death.

Alignment: Lawful Neutral

Domain: Repose

Murloss, Lady of Death

Murloss is quiet and kind, gently carrying the souls of the pious, the heroic, and the kind to a glorious afterlife.

Alignment: Neutral Good

Domain: Repose

Guntil Dubrit, God of Rocks

Guntil Dubrit was formed when Olivarla, goddess of life and birth, transformed a rock into an egg. Guntil is the patron god of miners.

Alignment: Lawful Good

Domains: Earth

Alaman, God of the Sea and Weather

Alaman is the younger brother of At Monar. He is the God of the sea, as well as the God of the Weather.

Alignment: Chaotic Good

Domains: Water, Weather

Elvena, Goddess of Sex, Beauty and Passion

Elvena is the impossibly beautiful goddess of desire, and the unlikely wife of Guntil Dubrit, the squat and dirty god of rocks. She is also the frequent mistress of the gods Catagan and Jorme Telltor.

Alignment: Neutral

Domain: Charm

Funfollar, God of Celebration

Funfollar is drunk and lustful, the god of parties and festivals.

Alignment: Chaotic Neutral

Domain: Liberation

Elethea, Goddess of Love and Loyalty

Elethea is the counterpart to Elvena's unrestrained emotion. Elethea represents the bonds of loyalty, and all kinds of love, whether between friends, family, or sexual partners.

Alignment: Neutral Good

Domain: Community

Jorme Telltor, God of Tools and Crafts

Jorme is the best friend of Guntil Dubrit, despite his on and off affair with Dubrit's wife, Elvena. Jorme is the patron god of blacksmiths, carpenters, and other craftsmen.

Alignment: Neutral Good

Domain: Artifice

Istilis, God of Trickery and Lies

Istilis is the son of Alaman and a Nymph, Genea. He is an incorrigible prankster and con-artist, and many thieves and politicians favor him.

Alignment: Chaotic Neutral

Domain: Trickery

Bormos, God of War

Bormos is the towering war deity whose hammer-blows are the cause of earthquakes.

Alignment: Chaotic Good

Domain: War

Orda, God of Agriculture

Orda is the mild-mannered god of Agriculture. He is slow to anger, and rather lazy. Droughts are more likely due to oversight than malice.

Alignment: Neutral Good

Domains: Plant

Namia, Goddess of Music and Art

Namia is the goddess who inspires poets and singers, and artists of all types. She is a gifted story-teller, and is often credited as the source of mythological knowledge.

Alignment: Chaotic Good

Domain: Mind

Lolletia, Goddess of Nature

Lolletia is the guardian of the earth, patron goddess of Nymphs and Elves, and protector of forests and rivers. She is kind to those who respect her, but her wrath against those who violate her domain is legendary.

Alignment: Chaotic Good

Domains: Plant, Animal

Ajona, Goddess of Justice

Ajona is the patron goddess of judges and law-enforcement officials. She possesses great wisdom, and she is also the goddess of logic and reason.

Alignment: Lawful Neutral

Domain: Law

Catagan, God of Comedy and Prophecy, Divine Messenger

Catagan is the more benign counterpart to Istilis. He tells jokes, carries messages for the gods, and is oversees divination.

Alignment: Neutral Good

Domain: Time, Knowledge

Sarosia, Goddess of Medicine and Healing

Sarosia is the daughter of Olivarla, goddess of life. Sarosia is said to grant miraculous recoveries to those who seek her aid, even if they suffer from horrifying injuries or illnesses.

Alignment: Neutral Good

Domain: Healing

Samutor (dead)

Samutor was the god of motion. Capable of flight and incredible speed, he was defeated by the sorcerer Fardar, who froze him in place with the aid of twenty underling wizards. Despite his deceased status, some still worship Samutor. They argue that deities are effectively immortal, and that Samutor is merely in limbo until he can regain a physical form.

Alignment: Chaotic Good

Domains: Travel, Air

Elefrin (missing)

Nothing is known about the fate of Elefrin, except that she disappears from the histories after the death of Samutor. Many arcane theorists believe that it is Elefrin who serves to connect humans with the divine, holding open a partial portal between planes through which magical energy can pass.

Alignment: Lawful Good

Domain: Magic

The Entropic Lords[edit]

There are two "Entropic Lords" who represent the natural tendency of the universe to revert to a state of structureless complexity. The two lords are not anthropomorphic beings like the 20 deities. Rather, the lords are personifications of base energies underlying the universe. These energies can be tapped, but they are not traditionally sentient.


Represents the breakdown of order in the mind and spirit.

Alignment: Chaotic

Domain: Madness


Represents the breakdown of order in physical objects and substances.

Alignment: Chaotic

Domain: Destruction

The Dark Ones[edit]

Although the "Entropic Lords" are dangerous in that they threaten the stability of the universe, they are not consciously malicious.

By contrast, their are deities that oppose the Twenty, and who seek to reshape entire worlds into twisted shrines of depravity. Common Karthican theology argues that there is but one core evil, Gorgator, who manifests in different aspects.

"Doblus" (Gorgator the Soul-Eater)

Alignment: Lawful Evil

Domain: Death

"Heglor" (Gorgator the Cruel)

Alignment: Neutral Evil

Domain: Evil

"Absatis" (Gorgator of Chaos)

Alignment: Chaotic Evil

Domain: Chaos

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