Gods (Elegy Supplement)
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Gods and Goddesses in Elegy are as varied as the people that worship them. Over time, several gods have become more widespread, attracted more worshipers, etc., and this is a list of those. Other cultures like the Vaniri worship other gods, and most of the monstrous races have their own gods as well. But this list serves as a basic Pantheon.
Aro: (NG) - Aro is the most widely worshipped of the human gods, and in human circles is regarded as the king of the gods. He is called the first-father. His symbol is an open hand with the sun inscribed on the palm. His weapon is the spear or javelin.
Atara: (NG) Atara is the wife of Aro; his divine consort. Her symbol is three seven-pointed stars on a blue background. She has no particular weapon, but is often depicted with a large round metal shield.
Hurun: (CG) Brother of Aro. Hurun is the warrior's god. His symbol is a bull's head in red and gold. His weapon is the spiked gauntlet or the great cleaver.
Isteris: (LG) Daughter and firstborn of Aro and Atara. She is the goddess of healers and children. Her symbol is a running stream. Her weapon is the quarterstaff.
Arklan: (CG) Son and second child of Aro and Atara. He is the god of the hunt, speed, bravery, and athletes. His symbol is a red diving hawk, and his weapon is the shortbow and the longsword.
Minrede: (N) Daughter and third child of Avo and Atara. She is the goddess of knowledge, cleverness and wisdom. She is also closely associated with magic, especialy that of the schools of conjuration, illusion, enchantment and evocation. Her symbol is an upward-looking eye with seven lashes, and her weapon is the dagger.
Flagren: (CN) God of the open road and travelers, and of good fortune. Often thought of as the god of halflings, since Flagren is know for his mischief-making. His symbol is a white tree, and his weapon is the sling and the club or cudgel.
Byral: (CG) Everyone's favorite god! God of wine, women and song. Worshipped by many bards and by some arcane magic users, since he is also noted for his cleverness and quick wit.
Gordur: (NE) God of violence, pain and torture. Commonly thought of as the slaver's god. Some scholars consider him to be the half-brother of Atara, but this is not a popular belief. His symbol is three links of a spiked chain, and his weapon is the axe and the spiked whip.
Sireskys: (CE) Goddess of deceit and betrayal. Her symbol is a green poisoned cup, and her weapon is a poisoned rapier.
Ovu: (CE) The un-maker of all things. The god of chaos and destruction. Myths tell that it was Ovu who introduced death into the world at it's beginning, before he was banished into the black gulfs, and his goal is the methodical destruction of all existence. His symbol is an inverted black cone on a red field, and his weapon is the scythe. Special: Clerics of Ovu may only be LE, NE or CE.
Mysk: (LN) Goddess of death, but not necessarily evil. She has two sisters who share the same name. Collectively they are known as the Myski, but she is usually referred to and thought of as one being. Her symbol and her weapon is a sickle.
Trilonel: (NG) High Elven God. God of light and of growth and learning. His Symbol is a silver crescent, and his weapon is the scepter (light mace).
Therin: (CN) Elven god of nature, usually the god of druids as well. His symbol is an owl's face, and his weapon is the scimitar.
Niorin: (LN) Elven goddess of justice and wisdom. Her symbol is a pair of scales and her weapon is the short sword.
Fealldroch: (NE) Elven opposite of Trilonel. Some scholars believe this god and Ovu are one and the same.
Kromuk: (LN) Dwarven god of the mines and of the smithy. His symbol is the anvil and his weapon is the Urgosh. Like Aro, he is the most commonly worshipped of all the dwarven gods.
Halat: (N) Dwarven God of justice. His symbol is two crossed hammers, and you can probably guess what his weapon is (warhammer).
Akoli: (CN) Not so much a god as a powerful dwarven spirit of ill-fortune. Clerics speculate that Akoli may be an actual deity, but is more likely just a powerful demi-god.
Tahck'kern: (N) This is the collective term for what is best translated as "The Old Gods" They are mostly forgotten and no longer worshiped, but many believe they still have great power.