Gods of Harkuim

Major Gods
The Dark Gods
Mithras, the God of Chaos
Anshar, the God of Darkness and Night
Haddak (demon lord)

Minor Gods

Chaendah, the Goddess of Celebration, Abundance and Wisdom, is very beautiful, with fair skin, short, red-gold hair, and eyes the color of bronze discs. She is tall and very muscular, and looks somewhat insane. She usually wears simple robes dyed green-brown.
She is also associated with ghosts. She is often worshipped by magic-users. Her many followers can be primarily distinguished by the way they conduct themselves. There are numerous shrines to her near bridges. There are many myths involving her tumultuous affairs with certain mortals. She is the daughter of Tha. She is known to place challenges before mortals in dire need.

Tha, the God of Hunting, is extremely beautiful, with bronzed skin, short, straight light brown hair, and eyes the color of the night sky. He is of average height and somewhat muscular, and sometimes seems very sad. He usually wears simple clothes dyed bright blue.
He is also associated with love. He is often worshipped by city dwellers. His few, but dedicated followers can be primarily distinguished by the magic they wield. There are more than a few shrines to him in meadows. There are many myths involving his rocky relationship with Cr’ndror. He is the brother of Traetualan. He is known to give help to mortal leaders.

Zekryli, the Goddess of Strife and the Wind, is extremely beautiful, with bronzed skin, long, flowing dark golden hair, and eyes the color of golden sand. She is very short and slender, and almost never smiles. She usually wears simple clothes dyed pale blue.
She is also associated with shame, the undead and debts. She is often worshipped by women. Her vast flocks of followers can be primarily distinguished by the magic they wield. There are more than a few sacrifices to her in military outposts. There are many myths involving her rough relationship with Traetualan. She is the daughter of Keatak. She is known to challenge mortal magic-users.

Ny, the God of Names and Revelry, is very plain, with fair skin, short, flowing dark brown hair, and eyes the color of banked coals. He is of average height and broad-shouldered, and is usually smiling. He usually wears scant clothing, dyed bronze.
He is also associated with courtship and rivers. He is often worshipped by commoners. His numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by their jewelry. There are more than a few statues of him in military outposts. There are many myths involving his great debates with Tha. He is the son of Traetualan. He is known to help mortal warriors.

Keatak, the Goddess of Dusk and Prophecy, is an exotic beauty, with fair skin, waist length, dark brown hair, and eyes the color of green leaves. She is tall and willowy, and is always smiling. She usually wears worn, ragged clothing dyed bright scarlet and dark green.
She is also associated with luck. She is often worshipped by commoners. Her surprisingly few followers can be primarily distinguished by the way they conduct themselves. There are a few shrines to her in mountains. There are many myths involving her lustful relationship with certain mortals. She is the daughter of Ny. She is known to have relationships with peasants who ask for aid.

Cr’ndror, the God of Runaways and Alchemy, is almost plain-looking, with brown skin, waist length, flowing dark golden hair, and eyes the color of rusted metal. He is medium height and of hearty build, and rarely laughs. He usually wears scant clothing, dyed light grey and blue-violet.
He is also associated with strife and storms. He is often worshipped by clerics. His almost fanatical followers can be primarily distinguished by the way they conduct themselves. There are a large number of carvings of him at crossroads. There are many myths involving his affair with* Traetualan*. He is the father of Keatak. He is known to appear to mortal heroes.

Adeanli, the Goddess of the Hearth, is quite beautiful, with brown skin, short, flowing dark red hair, and eyes the color of summer sky. She is medium height and willowy, and often seems angry. She usually wears leather armor dyed yellow-orange and golden-brown.
She is also associated with joy. She is often worshipped by youths. Her few followers can be primarily distinguished by their secret language. There are widespread offerings to her at crossroads. There are many myths involving her affair with Cr’ndror. She is the sister of Tha. She is known to sometimes hinder virtuous mortals.

Traetualan, the Goddess of Astronomy, Theatre and Night, is surprisingly ugly, with fair skin, long, straight flaming red hair, and eyes the color of jade. She is tall and somewhat muscular, and almost never frowns. She usually wears a tattered cloak dyed blue-black and red-orange.
She is also associated with justice and silence. She is often worshipped by clerics. Her many followers can be primarily distinguished by their tattoos. There are more than a few carvings of her in forests. There are many myths involving her epic battles with certain mortals. She is the daughter of Cr’ndror. She is known to give some help to mortal villians.

Adoass, the Goddess of Wisdom, is somewhat plain, with ebony skin, waist length, flowing auburn hair, and eyes the color of garnets. She is surprisingly short and somewhat muscular, and almost never frowns. She usually wears leather armor dyed beige.
She is also associated with the stars. She is often worshipped by warriors. Her many followers can be primarily distinguished by the magic they wield. There are quite a few shrines to her in mountains. There are many myths involving her happy relationship with Cr’ndror. She is the sister of Cr’ndror. She is known to appear to random mortals.

Enashn, the God of Celebration, is surprisingly plain, with ashen skin, short, rippling bright red hair, and eyes the color of purple flames. He is of average height and slender, and has a faraway expression. He usually wears worn, ragged clothing dyed medium yellow and grey.
He is also associated with truth, astronomy and pity. He is often worshipped by nobles. His numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by their jewelry. There are more than a few statues of him in forests. There are many myths involving his ill-fated romance with certain mortals. He is the cousin of Creassan. He is known to sometimes hinder mortal villians.

Creassan, the Goddess of Autumn, Fire and Chaos, is unusually beautiful, with very pale skin, short, rippling light grey hair, and eyes the color of bluejay eggs. She is tall and muscular, and almost never frowns. She usually wears worn, ragged clothing dyed pale gold.
She is also associated with prophecy. She is often worshipped by wanderers. Her large numbers of followers can be primarily distinguished by their daily prayers. There are a respectable amount of temples to her in small villages. There are many myths involving her competetive relationship with Flonael. She is the sister of Isoseth. She is known to give aid to mortal heroes.

Aelickael, the God of Music, is quite beautiful, with dark skin, long, straight red-gold hair, and eyes the color of dark rubies. He is very short and solidly built, and rarely laughs. He usually wears light armor dyed silver.
He is also associated with souls, sleep and business. He is often worshipped by clerics. His large numbers of followers can be primarily distinguished by their ritual scars. There are a large number of altars dedicated to him near bridges. There are many myths involving his unhealthy relationship with Flonael. He is the brother of Creassan. He is known to sometimes hinder random mortals.

Isoseth, the God of Fish, is an exotic beauty, with ivory skin, shoulder length, rippling pale red hair, and eyes the color of shining silver. He is medium height and solidly built, and is usually frowning. He usually wears a tattered cloak dyed tan.
He is also associated with thieves. He is often worshipped by commoners. His surprisingly few followers can be primarily distinguished by the way they conduct themselves. There are a small number of statues of him in cities. There are many myths involving his adventures with Trod. He is the brother of Trod. He is known to give aid to peasants who ask for aid.

Kaeme, the Goddess of Arrogance, Mercenaries and Science, is very beautiful, with ebony skin, long, wavy russet hair, and eyes the color of shimmering crystals. She is very short and very slender, and often seems angry. She usually wears chain mail dyed beige and dark gold.
She is also associated with seduction, warriors and the plains. She is often worshipped by youths. Her many followers can be primarily distinguished by the symbols they wear. There are many carvings of her near lakes. There are many myths involving her lustful relationship with Enashn. She is the wife of Flonael. She is known to occasionally mislead virtuous mortals.

Flonael, the God of Solstices, Forests and Friendship, is surprisingly plain, with tanned skin, waist length, flowing red-brown hair, and eyes the color of gleaming steel. He is very tall and broad-shouldered, and almost never smiles. He usually wears a tattered cloak dyed dark green and dark red.
He is also associated with light. He is often worshipped by priests. His vast flocks of followers can be primarily distinguished by the weapons they bear. There are numerous statues of him in small villages. There are many myths involving his tumultuous affairs with Trod. He is the brother of Aelickael. He is known to send dreams to random mortals.

Trod, the Goddess of Lust and Disease, is quite beautiful, with brown skin, long, flowing black hair, and eyes the color of tree bark. She is medium height and slender, and often appears angry. She usually wears stylized armor dyed grey-brown.
She is also associated with horses, darkness and the forge. She is often worshipped by women. Her many followers can be primarily distinguished by their jewelry. There are widespread sacrifices to her near lakes. There are many myths involving her rough relationship with certain mortals. She is the daughter of Aelickael. She is known to place challenges before mortal heroes.

Razel, the Goddess of Summer, is surprisingly ugly, with ashen skin, short, dark golden hair, and eyes the color of bluejay eggs. She is short and broad-shouldered, and looks somewhat malicious. She usually wears light and airy robes dyed bright blue.
She is also associated with sleep and rivers. She is often worshipped by wanderers. Her almost fanatical followers can be primarily distinguished by the way they conduct themselves. There are a small number of altars dedicated to her in mountains. There are many myths involving her epic battles with Tadon. She is the mother of Kreayrualao. She is known to send visions to wicked mortals.

Fytakn, the God of Cooking and Abundance, is very plain, with ivory skin, short, flowing pale red hair, and eyes the color of polished oak. He is tall and of average build, and tends to look sad. He usually wears leather armor dyed golden-brown and dark red.
He is also associated with psychology. He is often worshipped by priests. His numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by the holidays they observe. There are many sacrifices to him in small villages. There are many myths involving his ill-fated romance with Kreayrualao. He is the brother of Tadon. He is known to send dreams to mortals seeking vengeance.

Chech, the Goddess of Crossroads, is almost plain-looking, with dark skin, long, curly dark grey hair, and eyes the color of dark earth. She is tall and willowy, and is usually frowning. She usually wears a tattered cloak dyed blue-violet and dark green.
She is also associated with disease, strength and sex. She is often worshipped by women. Her few followers can be primarily distinguished by the ritual greetings they use. There are a few offerings to her just outside of cities. There are many myths involving her affair with Cutal. She is the sister of Tadon. She is known to give advice to mortal magic-users.

Cutal, the God of Time and Cities, is quite beautiful, with dark skin, short, flowing pale golden hair, and eyes the color of sapphires. He is tall and slightly plump, and looks somewhat malicious. He usually wears chain mail dyed dark blue-violet.
He is also associated with daydreams and ghosts. He is often worshipped by men. His surprisingly few followers can be primarily distinguished by their tattoos. There are numerous statues of him in cities. There are many myths involving his many adventures with Fytakn. He is the brother of Razel. He is known to give advice to virtuous mortals.

Kreayrualao, the God of Medicine, the Wilderness and Snow, is surprisingly plain, with ivory skin, short, rippling russet hair, and eyes the color of a wild wolf’s. He is tall and of average build, and looks rather smug. He usually wears armor and a helmet dyed bright scarlet and red-violet.
He is also associated with sacrifice. He is often worshipped by commoners. His numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by their secret language. There are many statues of him near lakes. There are many myths involving his vast travels with Chech. He is the cousin of Tadon. He is known to sometimes hinder epic mortal heroes.

Tadon, the God of Autumn and Jesters, is an exotic beauty, with bronzed skin, shoulder length, flowing medium brown hair, and eyes the color of shining silver. He is of average height and very muscular, and sometimes seems very sad. He usually wears worn, ragged clothing dyed yellow-orange.
He is also associated with pity and mercenaries. He is often worshipped by village folk. His surprisingly numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by their secret language. There are numerous shrines to him at the edge of forests. There are many myths involving his affectionate relationship with Laekr. He is the brother of Kreayrualao. He is known to place challenges before random mortals.

Idoassu, the Goddess of Wishes, Lovers and Messengers, is unusually beautiful, with ivory skin, short, flowing dark golden hair, and eyes the color of new-forged copper. She is very tall and muscular, and often appears angry. She usually wears worn, ragged clothing dyed burnt orange and light green.
She is also associated with life and witches. She is often worshipped by the elderly. Her vast flocks of followers can be primarily distinguished by their ritual scars. There are a respectable amount of temples to her in most cities. There are many myths involving her unhappy relationship with Kreayrualao. She is the sister of Nomic. She is known to place challenges before mortal leaders.

Laekr, the God of Resurrection, is extremely beautiful, with ivory skin, long, flowing medium brown hair, and eyes the color of bronze discs. He is surprisingly short and solidly built, and generally appears mischievious. He usually wears little clothing, dyed pale brown and dark grey.
He is also associated with duels and courtship. He is often worshipped by the wealthy. His few, but dedicated followers can be primarily distinguished by the ritual greetings they use. There are many offerings to him near rivers. There are many myths involving his friendship with Cutal. He is the son of Razel. He is known to pose riddles to epic mortal heroes.

Nomic, the Goddess of the Forge, is surprisingly plain, with pale skin, long, rippling light grey hair, and eyes the color of garnets. She is tall and slightly plump, and is always smiling. She usually wears rich robes dyed grey-green and dark gold.
She is also associated with courtesans and wisdom. She is often worshipped by warriors. Her vast flocks of followers can be primarily distinguished by the holidays they observe. There are a large number of depictions of her in cities. There are many myths involving her great debates with Laekr. She is the sister of Idoassu. She is known to sometimes hinder epic mortal heroes.

Eloay, the God of Abundance and Life, is extremely beautiful, with fair skin, long, flowing black hair, and eyes the color of forest moss. He is of average height and somewhat muscular, and generally has a blissful expression. He usually wears leather armor dyed pale brown.
He is also associated with orphans and solstices. He is often worshipped by the wealthy. His almost fanatical followers can be primarily distinguished by the symbols they wear. There are a respectable amount of shrines to him near lakes. There are many myths involving his epic battles with certain mortals. He is the brother of Millus. He is known to pose riddles to mortals in dire need.

Elak, the Goddess of Celebration, is quite beautiful, with very pale skin, long, wavy red-brown hair, and eyes the color of the night sky. She is very short and willowy, and rarely laughs. She usually wears light armor dyed grey and tan.
She is also associated with lust. She is often worshipped by wanderers. Her large numbers of followers can be primarily distinguished by the symbols they wear. There are more than a few temples to her in mountains. There are many myths involving her scandalous relationship with Radacah. She is the cousin of Radacah. She is known to help distressed mortals.

Xokran, the Goddess of Rain, Strife and Peace, is very beautiful, with copper skin, long, flowing auburn hair, and eyes the color of sparkling amber. She is short and somewhat muscular, and almost never smiles. She usually wears peasants’ clothes dyed dark violet.
She is also associated with dogs. She is often worshipped by priests. Her surprisingly few followers can be primarily distinguished by their hairstyle. There are quite a few temples to her on lonely roads. There are many myths involving her ill-fated adventures with Millus. She is the wife of Elak. She is known to sometimes hinder mortal magic-users.

Radacah, the Goddess of Sorrow and Poetry, is surprisingly ugly, with very pale skin, long, pale red hair, and eyes the color of bluejay eggs. She is surprisingly short and slightly plump, and often looks sly. She usually wears armor dyed medium yellow.
She is also associated with astronomy and law. She is often worshipped by nobles. Her vast flocks of followers can be primarily distinguished by the holidays they observe. There are many sacrifices to her in mountains. There are many myths involving her one-sided relationship with Eloay. She is the daughter of Millus. She is known to occasionally mislead mortal heroes.

Millus, the God of Desire, Fear and the Underworld, is eerily beautiful, with copper skin, shoulder length, cinnamon hair, and eyes the color of fresh snow. He is very short and broad-shouldered, and often looks sly. He usually wears worn, ragged clothing dyed medium green and grey-blue.
He is also associated with time and flowers. He is often worshipped by wanderers. His few followers can be primarily distinguished by the symbols they wear. There are a few carvings of him in cities. There are many myths involving his competetive relationship with Radacah. He is the husband of Eloay. He is known to help mortals seeking vengeance.

Aneamim, the God of Evil and Summer, is shockingly beautiful, with dark skin, long, curly auburn hair, and eyes the color of moonlight. He is surprisingly short and somewhat muscular, and tends to look sad. He usually wears peasants’ clothes dyed blue-green.
He is also associated with vengeance, strength and cooking. He is often worshipped by clerics. His surprisingly numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by the way they conduct themselves. There are many depictions of him in military outposts. There are many myths involving his one-sided relationship with Enilan. He is the cousin of Enilan. He is known to appear to great mortal warriors.

Other Deities:

Inoush, the Goddess of Fear and War, is unusually beautiful, with dark skin, waist length, swirling red-gold hair, and eyes the color of fresh snow. She is very tall and solidly built, and seldom smiles. She usually wears leather armor dyed red-orange and pale brown.
She is also associated with revelry and peace. She is often worshipped by the poor. Her vast flocks of followers can be primarily distinguished by their jewelry. There are many carvings of her near bridges. There are many myths involving her ill-fated romance with Aneamim. She is the cousin of Aneamim. She is known to give some help to mortal heroes.

Anoarrevlo, the God of Oaths, Runaways and Darkness, is very plain, with bronzed skin, waist length, swirling flaming red hair, and eyes the color of green leaves. He is very tall and slender, and usually has a guarded expression. He usually wears simple clothes dyed green-brown.
He is also associated with business, youth and duels. He is often worshipped by wanderers. His many followers can be primarily distinguished by the charms they carry with them. There are a few altars dedicated to him just outside of cities. There are many myths involving his rocky relationship with Noavan. He is the brother of Noavan. He is known to give help to mortals with quests.

Adiryel, the God of Ghosts, Passion and Night, is divinely beautiful, with brown skin, long, black hair, and eyes the color of sapphires. He is very tall and very muscular, and seldom smiles. He usually wears a cloak dyed dark yellow.
He is also associated with dogs. He is often worshipped by warriors. His few, but dedicated followers can be primarily distinguished by the holidays they observe. There are quite a few carvings of him in most cities. There are many myths involving his affectionate relationship with certain mortals. He is the son of Enilan. He is known to send dreams to wicked mortals.

Enilan, the Goddess of Rain, Politics and Wisdom, is surprisingly ugly, with brown skin, short, bright red hair, and eyes the color of rusted metal. She is tall and very muscular, and tends to look sad. She usually wears worn, ragged clothing dyed bright green.
She is also associated with seduction and the wind. She is often worshipped by commoners. Her many followers can be primarily distinguished by the weapons they bear. There are widespread offerings to her on islands. There are many myths involving her constant scheming with Aneamim. She is the sister of Aneamim. She is known to place challenges before mortals with quests.

Noavan, the Goddess of Love and Dreams, is somewhat plain, with ivory skin, shoulder length, light brown hair, and eyes the color of cold iron. She is very tall and somewhat muscular, and looks rather smug. She usually wears formal attire dyed brown.
She is also associated with sacrifice and forests. She is often worshipped by men. Her few, but dedicated followers can be primarily distinguished by the weapons they bear. There are many depictions of her at the edge of forests. There are many myths involving her mercurial relationship with Enilan. She is the mother of Inoush. She is known to sometimes hinder mortals with quests.

Gods of Harkuim

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