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Gods of the Pantheon

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These are a list of the Gods that I use (or will use) for all of my deity based items and creations.

Designated Gods

Gareth-God of Time
Kagova-God of Judgment and Fairness
Safira-Goddess of Beauty and Perception
Marestia-Goddess of Chance and Fate
Aziana-Goddess of Life and Death
Vartan-God of Justice and Vengeance
Hieronas-God of the Heavens and Fundamental Law

Undesignated Gods

God of Pain and Learning
Pero-God of the Oath and Interpretation
God of Unity and War
God of Drive and Desire
Goddess of Earth and Nature
Goddess of Magic and Prophesy
Goddess of the Hearth and Protection
Goddess of Wind and Weather
Goddess of Love, Art, and Creativity

Work Needed:

1) Really cool sounding names for all of the Gods and Goddesses. Gods shouldn\‘t have mediocre names.

2)Once I have all of my Gods named, I need to fill them out. They need personalities and roles within the Pantheon.

3)Anything else. Basically, the finished product will be a series of Gods that explains the world in it\‘s entirety. The end result is more utilitarian than presentation, otherwise I would have made this hidden because I am terribly shy about unfinished products.

Ideas and advice are always welcome.



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Mourngrymn
February 27, 2006, 15:33
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I use Shehrevar for a deceased god of magic in my setting. Of course he is some obscure deity I found on the internet from folklore of some culture.

And Ptah was the goddess of art and literature as well that I use for a lost/ dead deity. It is amazing what you can find that is based off of folklore and legends and interpret them for a game system. Just a thought.
B9anders
May 25, 2006, 4:31
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try this for names:
http://ebon.pyorre.net/

excellent program I have used numerous times. I agree, good names are essential for a good creation. My favourite ones I have generally come up with on my own though.


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