(Intended for D&D 4E, but I suppose it could work with any system.)
The elves and eladrin of the Fey colony Elocin worship three goddesses; The Maiden of Spring, The Mother of Summer, and The Crone of Autumn. They believe in a fourth goddess as well, but to worship her is a blasphemy punished by disfiguration and banishment to the barren east.
The dwarves of the three strongholds worship three gods; Prince South, Father West, and Grandfather North. They believe in a fourth god, who lives in the abandoned stronghold to the east, but they do not worship that god, for he is a traitor.
The people of Kire worship three gods as well;
The King of Pillars has four eyes; the one on the left sees the past, the one on the front sees the present, and the one on the side sees the future. No one knows what the eye on the back sees. The King's four eyes decorate the caps of pillars.
The Queen of Clocks has four arms; the arm that points upward represents height, the one that reaches to the side represents width, and the one that extends forward represents depth. The Queen hides her fourth hand behind her back. Whatever items she holds in her hands have symbolic meanings. The Queen's form is used as a decorational element on clock faces.
The Knight of Doors has four hearts; three of the Knight's hearts are revealed by open panels on the sides of its armor, while the fourth heart is hidden by a sealed panel. One heart is a chunk of ice, another is a bottle of water, and the third is a steaming pot. The fourth heart is a mystery.
There are two more gods in the pantheon of Kire, but these are evil gods.
The Fool of the Pit is a vile god of clowns and goblins. This god has four faces; the mask of Harlequin, the mask of Pierrot, and the mask of Death. If this god has a true face, it is unknown.
The three gods of Kire, working together, are able to keep the Fool in check, but a fifth god emerges to disrupt the balance. That god is called The Bastard of the Cage. This new god has many mouths and is gaining a following amongst the orcs and wild tribes of the east.
These three pantheons are united as nine to fight against the demons and evil gods of the east.
I'll have more information concerning the individual locations later.