|Estereal||LN/G||god of law, ceremony and truth|
Kingwatcher: Pictured standing behind a newly crowned figure on a
throne, dressed in warrior's garb, sword sheathed, a shield on his arm. He leans
close to the seated figure, as if to whisper advice; his hand resting on the
figure's shoulder in warning or restraint. Estereal watches individuals in
power, to guide their decisions, protect them from enemies, but always ready to
punish abuses of authority.
Symbol: A shield on which is a crown, under the crown an open hand, on the hand's palm an open eye.
Measurer: Wearing garb of the merchant class, The One holds a
scale with weights in one pan, and money in the other; he is scrutinizing the
scale intently. Originally meant to symbolize concordance between statements and
reality, has developed special meaning to the merchant class, so that Estereal
has become the inadvertant patron of lawful commerce.
Symbol: Balanced scales.
|Torodin||N|| god of shadow, vision, dreams and
Nightwalker: Dressed in snug-fitting dark clothing, crouching,
looking over his shoulder. Patron of all those wary of detection - thieves,
spies, fugitives. Friend to tricksters, gamblers and party-goers.
Symbol: Ring of skeleton keys.
Dream Master: Eyes rolled back, face rapt, he gazes into the
distance. Patron of dreams, visons, sendings, and omens.
Symbol: A lotus blossom
|Azkal||LN/E|| god of war, fire and soldiers|
The Great Warrior: Soldier's friend - in battle garb, with sword and shield
at the ready, face hidden by his helm. Called upon for bravery, strength, or
skill in battle.
Symbol: A clenched fist
General's Ally: In battle garb, seated, helm and shield resting
against his folding chair. A map or list is open before him, he is studying it.
Patron of the logistics and strategy of war.
Symbol: Crossed swords.
|Soltana||LG|| goddess of love, loyalty and
Matchmaker: She holds two doves in one hand, and a loaf of bread
in the other (traditional gift for newly married couples). Love, marrige, and
stability of the household.
Symbol: A wedding ring
Good Sister: The goddess stands behind 2 clasped hands, she makes a
gesture of benediction over them. Patron of bonds of loyalty, fealty, and
affection-- brothers, friends, colleagues. Also rules over hospitality (the
proper treatment of guests known and unknown in the home) and thus the patron of
inns as well.
Symbol: Clasped hands
|Jvelto||CN||god of water, ocean and sailing|
Oceanlord: Draped with kelp, Jvelto holds a trident in his right
hand. He likes nothing better than to ride in his dolphin-drawn chariot in angry
seas, and his roaring laughter can be heard in the howling winds.
Lifegiver: Bringer of rain, purifier of springs and rivers,
Jvelto, dips his trident in a pool of stagnant water, cleansing it for all to
Symbol: A drop of water
|Wajen||N/G|| goddess of fertility and druidism|
Great Mother: Seated, with a fawn and wolf pup suckling from her
breasts. A human toddler plays in the foreground, which she regards quizically.
Here, she is the protector of all infants, predator and prey. She watches the
infant man, knowing he will grow to become the most dangerous predator. The
child is separate, showing man's separation from nature. While her loyalty to
the children of men is not as strong as her loyalty to the wilderness, she will
always protect children from their ravaging fellows. She also rules over
Symbol: A cradle.
Provider: Here she appears with one hand on a pregnant doe or
mare, the other cradling a new green plant. A great fruit bearing tree is in the
backround, spreading it's branches over the scene. Essentially the generative
aspect of nature, fertility and growth. Worshipped by farmers, druids, and new
Symbol: A cornucopia.
|Athelstan||CE||god of pain, suffering and
Rapist: Looming over Soltana who is begging for mercy, Athelstan
simply laughs before raping and beating her. He rewards those who bring lasting
grief, anguish and suffering; the more innocent the victim, the greater the
Symbol: A black heart
Misfortune: Eyes slitted like a serpant and gleefully torching a
village and its residents, Athelstan wages an ongoing war against all that is
the good - the gods, their churches and all of the innocents of the world.
Symbol: Dice showing snake eyes
|Othniel||NE|| god of disease and death|
Poisoner: A scythe in his his right hand, Othniel stands wearing a
death black robe, his visage nothing more than a grinning skull. Othniel touches
a rosebush with his left hand, causing its petals and leaves to blacken and
wither. The poisoner is the patron of assassins, murderers, and those who are too
clever to confront their enemies face-to-face.
Symbol: Deadly Nightshade
Soultaker: Snipping at the threads of life with a pair of great
silver shears, Othniel´s nightmare´s carry the souls departing to the
underworld, where the faithful will be collected by their patron deities. (the
faithless he gets to keep)
Symbol: A black horse