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  • Ioun

    *The Loremaster, The All-Seeing, God of Knowledge, Skill, Prophecy and Invention* Ioun is the god of knowledge, skill, and prophecy. Sages, seers, and tacticians revere her, as do all who live by their knowledge and mental power. Ioun is the patron of …

  • Erathis

    *The Lawbringer, Goddess of Civilization, Community, Law and Trade* Erathis is the god of civilization. A stern mother who expects everyone to obey the laws of the community and follow the traditions of the people, she dislikes change for change's sake …

  • Melora

    *Arith-Mother, N greater goddess of the Arith, Nature and Rain* Melora is usually considered a manifestation of the will of Arith itself. Little concerns her except the actual fate and prosperity of the entire world, and she is a very distant goddess, …

  • Lolth

    If one were to picture the Abyss as a huge funnel in the Elemental Chaos, then one could imagine that funnel as something akin to a trap-door spider's lair. Follow the funnel all the way down and one might find the Queen of Spiders, Lolth. Lolth …

  • Avandra

    *The Luckbringer, CG Greater God of Change, Luck, Freedom and Travel* The god of change, Avandra delights in freedom, trade, travel, adventure, and the frontier. Her temples are few in civilized lands, but her wayside shrines appear throughout the …

  • Torog

    Torog is the evil god of the Darklands, patron of jailers and torturers. Common superstition holds that if his name is spoken, the King that Crawls burrows up from below and drags the hapless speaker underground to an eternity of imprisonment and torture. …

  • Sehanine

    *The Lady of Dreams, CG (NG) intermediate goddess of Mysticism, Dreams, Far Journeys, Death, the Full Moon and Transcendence* Sehanine (SAY-hah-neen) appears as a youthful and ageless female elf wearing a diaphanous flowing gown of moonbeams, using her …

  • Gods

    The denizens of World of Arith follow and worship many gods. Myth tells of a time when the Gods had immortal forms, but after the Dawn War which saw the defeat of the Primordials by the Gods, the Gods ascended and became something more. All of the …

  • New Arvanoran Pantheon

    In 1570, the Arvanoran Empire entered an age still known as the Enlightenment. Many of the old traditions and understandings were questioned and turned on their tail. Many religious scholars questioned their understanding of the [[Old Arvanoran Pantheon …

  • Dwarven Pantheon

    The dwarves are known as traditionalists. The following Pantheon has existed in unaltered form since the dwarves have begun recording their history. Although the dwarves pay their respects to all the gods (even Abbathor), Moradin is hailed as the …