Religion

Gilo The God of Joy, is very plain, with ebony skin, short, dark red hair, and eyes the colour of golden sand. He is tall and somewhat muscular, and is usually smiling. He usually wears simple robes dyed medium blue.
He is also associated with astronomy. He is often worshipped by lawbreakers. His surprisingly few followers can be primarily distinguished by the way they conduct themselves. There are numerous statues of him in forests. There are many myths involving his daring adventures with Neaz. He is the brother of Lennon. He is known to give some help to virtuous mortals.

Lennon The God of Winter, is divinely beautiful, with ebony skin, long, curly auburn hair, and eyes the color of jade. He is tall and slender, and looks somewhat insane. He usually wears leather armor dyed red-orange and grey.
He is also associated with the stars. He is often worshipped by warriors. His few followers can be primarily distinguished by the holidays they observe. There are a few depictions of him in mountains. There are many myths involving his wild romance with Oroundryus. He is the cousin of Dety. He is known to challenge great mortal heroes.

Chaim The God of Tricksters, the Sun and Dreams, is divinely beautiful, with ebony skin, short, straight black hair, and eyes the color of deep pits. He is tall and willowy, and often looks sly. He usually wears rich robes dyed tan.
He is also associated with borders and sorrow. He is often worshipped by warriors. His surprisingly numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by the shrines in their homes. There are quite a few altars dedicated to him in mountains. There are many myths involving his many misadventures with Xond. He is the brother of Lennon. He is known to send visions to great mortal leaders.

Neaz, the Goddess of Mountains, is quite beautiful, with bronzed skin, long, rippling dark grey hair, and eyes the color of forest moss. She is short and slender, and generally appears mischievious. She usually wears a tattered cloak dyed yellow-orange.
She is also associated with graves, the sea and messengers. She is often worshipped by the wealthy. Her many followers can be primarily distinguished by their hairstyle. There are a small number of shrines to her at the edge of forests. There are many myths involving her illicit relationship with certain mortals. She is the sister of Oroundryus. She is known to have relationships with distressed mortals.

Dety, the Goddess of the Hearth and Prophecy, is surprisingly ugly, with very pale skin, shoulder length, wavy black hair, and eyes the color of black opals. She is tall and of average build, and generally appears mischievious. She usually wears peasants’ clothes dyed dark yellow and medium yellow.
She is also associated with medicine. She is often worshipped by commoners. Her numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by the magic they wield. There are a few altars dedicated to her at the edge of forests. There are many myths involving her illicit relationship with Xond. She is the sister of Neaz. She is known to hinder great mortal heroes.

Xond, the God of the Forge, Ghosts and Crossroads, is very plain, with pale skin, waist length, flowing cinnamon hair, and eyes the color of new-forged copper. He is tall and solidly built, and rarely laughs. He usually wears stylized armor dyed bright blue.
He is also associated with misery, sacrifice and jesters. He is often worshipped by youths. His surprisingly numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by their jewelry. There are a few offerings to him near bridges. There are many myths involving his many misadventures with Oroundryus. He is the brother of Dety. He is known to help mortal heroes.

Oroundryus The Goddess of Hunting, is surprisingly plain, with fair skin, short, black hair, and eyes the color of stormy seas. She is surprisingly short and muscular, and sometimes seems very sad. She usually wears worn, ragged clothing dyed dark aqua.
She is also associated with warriors and death rites. She is often worshipped by rangers. Her vast flocks of followers can be primarily distinguished by the shrines in their homes. There are widespread statues of her in most villages. There are many myths involving her adventures with certain mortals. She is the daughter of Neaz. She is known to give help to peasants who ask for aid.

Erkul is the God of Life, taking the souls of the dead and planting them once more into the world. Erkul is known as “The Measurer” weighing dead souls and placing them into new bodies based not on their capacity for good or evil but for their likely impact on the world.

Erkul is the brother of Erkus the God of Death

Erkus The God of Death is the brother of Erkul the God of Life. Often prayed to by the elderly and the ill Erkus offers comfort to the dying promising to safe guard their souls until his brother Erkul plants them once more into the world.

Religion

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