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  • World Religion

    Ocean has many gods. Each race has their patrons, but above them are the gods of the world themselves. While not as held as dear as the more identifiable racial deities, they are respected in all nations and have followers among every race. They are older …

  • Tonatiuh

    Tonatiuh is heartless and uncaring, but not cruel. The god of the Sun, and most high among the Immortals has little care for the mortals that crawl on the planet's surface, good or …

  • Coyol

    The opposite of his brother, [[Tonatiuh]], in almost every way, Coyol is deeply interested in the goings-on of mortals and is known to frequently interact in person with particularly …

  • Atlaua

    Atlaua is a charismatic leader and an inspired creator whose art is ever changing. She is rarely satisfied with what she's done and always seeks to improve it. She can be fickle and …

  • Coatlicue

    Coatlicue is an elderly goddess, slow moving and stuck in her ways like the stone itself. Her mind is sharp though, and her withered appearance belies a very powerful goddess indeed. …

  • Ometochtli

    As wild as the animals themselves, Ometochtli is an unpredictable force. He is wise, and strong, but not civilized. All animals are his, but domesticated creatures receive little mind …

  • Xilonen

    Xilonen is a quiet, stoic god. He tends to all of the plants of the world like a massive garden. He rarely speaks, but he is known for his wisdom, and when he chooses to make his opinion known, …

  • Matlal

    Enigmatic and aloof, the weather goddess Matlal is an enigma. She seems to bestow and revoke her favor capriciously, but in fact everything she does is shrewdly calculated to ensure …

  • Itzli

    Itzli is [[Matlal | Matlal's]] cold and heartless son. Where his mother is aloof, Itzli is malicious. He has been given command of the weather patterns of the Southern continent, and …

  • Xocotl

    Intense and wild like the element he embodies, Xocotl has a blazing spirit and always seeks glory and power above all else.

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  • Tzatzimime

    Tzatzimime is a being of pure Chaos. It cares for nothing save destruction and would destroy the very world in a heartbeat if allowed to, but it bears a canny intelligence as well. It …

  • Huehue

    Huehue is the bouncy, giggling Trickster goddess of the world, and goddess of Luck. She is courageous, but flighty and unpredictable. Of all of the gods of the world, she feels the …

  • Oxomoco

    The goddess of Darkness and the entity responsible for maintaining and regulating the magical energy that flows throughout the world. Oxomoco is a gentle goddess, soft-spoken and …

  • Huantli

    The overall goddess of Death in the world of Ocean, she holds authority over all the other gods that claim Death among their Portfolio, and can grant or revoke those powers. Far from …

  • Human Religion

    The Humans of Ocean have a broad and diverse mix of gods, reflecting their complex natures. All of the [[World Religion | gods of the world]] are also given places within the pantheon, creating a very large number of deities to choose from. ___ * [[ …

  • Celestus

    Celestus is a stern god who takes his position very seriously. Justice and the law are the most important ideals, and Justice comes first.

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  • Elven Religion

    The Elves have no gods. They did, once, but during the last Great Cataclysm the Elven gods stood together and gave their lives and essences to prevent the world from being destroyed. While the world was saved, the cost was immense. They were consumed …

  • Pellonia

    Pellonia is a kind goddess, but stern and serious. She has a motherly personality, caring and authoritative, and she will never back down when she is defending something or someone important to her …

  • Pax

    Pax has an bubbly personality and optimistic disposition that superficially makes her seem a bit airheaded, but in fact she may be the most intelligent deity in the human pantheon, if not the entire …

  • Dwarven Religion

    The Dwarves have a small pantheon, with each of their gods encompassing a large portfolio. They tend to be devout, with each individual Dwarf choosing one patron god during their coming of age ceremony. Changing patron is rare, and choosing a god that is …

  • Gnomish Religion

    The gods of the Gnomish race are as complicated and varied as they are. They are not numerous, but their portfolios cross broad ranges and often overlap. An individual Gnome may pray to one, some or all of the gods as the situation warrants. As for the …

  • Halfling Religion

    The Halflings are a very relaxed people, and their deities reflect this. They have a handful of Gods who are responsible for the most important things in a Halfling's life, and while they are prayed to and kept in mind, there is little in the way of …

  • Satyr Religion

    The enigmatic Satyr have only three deities, each with a broad portfolio defined by their ethical standing. Religion is a personal matter, and a Satyr will often have a personal connection to one of the three. ___ * [[Gasiyu]] (CN) - Goddess of …

  • Domidius

    Domidius is an idealist. He believes absolutely in the power of love to conquer obstacles, tear down walls, end conflicts and save the world. Eternally optimistic, he goes to great lengths to …

  • Gasiyu

    Gasiyu is a goddess of Freedom, first and foremost. She believes that all things should be free to pursue whatever goals and actions they wish, to range across the world and see and do everything …

  • Utivhi

    Very little is known about Utivhi itself. It rarely involves itself directly in mortal affairs, and when it does it is generally for the purposes of returning balance to a situation that …

  • Oyohusa

    Oyohusa is a god of Law first. He is the protector of communities and families of any size, and the rules and laws that allow them to function. He cares less for individuals, and is more …

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