- Acharon Rituals and Practices
- Aereth Rituals and Practices
- Baridon Rituals and Practices
- Brundir Rituals and Practices
- Creation Myth
- Estril Rituals and Practices
- Gala Rituals and Practices
- Garwen Rituals and Practices
- Glanor Rituals and Practices
- Loran Rituals and Practices
- Priesthood Hierarchy
- Religious Fashion and Symbols
- Rithor Rituals and Practices
- Torth Rituals and Practices
The God of raw emotion and potential. He is the oldest of the Gods, embodying the pure, raw energy of divinity. Through unbinding ourselves from restrictions and rules, evolution and improvement can be discovered.
The goddess of the sea. They say her cape is a flowing wave behind her and she lives in the water. Though her moods ebb and flow with the tides, she is known for listening to elf kind more than any of the other Gods. She is worshiped by adventurers and sailors alike.
The God of Blood. Oaths means everything, fealty is not to be broken. When you have chosen your side, you stick to it. He is the God of Domain, with a steeled and structured aesthetic. He is also the guardian of Choice. For without free will, we are but slaves. That doesn’t, however, mean that choices are made without consequences. Baridon has taken on the role of Doomsayer of the Gods, often making their will and warnings known.
The God of the heavens, of death and rebirth. He is the balance that guides all life, mortal and immortal alike. He sets the sun and moon in motion, and the light of his stars shines for every soul passed through his hands. For the souls he guards are finite, and not to be taken for granted.
The Goddess of Justice. Hers is the unfortunate duty of culling souls from the cycle. Some evils of the world are not meant to live on. She acts as the Justice of the heavens and administers the punishments to those who have strayed.
The goddess of restoration and growth. She is the great forgiver and protector of broken and misshapen and lover of all things. She embraces enjoying life to the fullest.
A goddess in flowing white robes whose hair is pure white. She is fiercely protective of all that is good in this world, knowing no evil at all. She shuns any who step away from the light and make questionable judgements. There can be no compromise when evil is at hand.
The sleeping God. It is said that he keeps to himself, reclusive and slow to be involved. Those who mourn seek him out for peace, often finding it in crossing in to a new life.
The Goddess of Time. She preaches that time is precious and must not be wasted on inaction. Every moment spent in idle is an affront to her gift of time, even for the immortal. It is said that she dreamed life in to Ithir and it is by her dream that elfkind lives now.
The Deity of Fearlessness. There is no challenge too difficult, no feat too great. They teach that even in the face of fear we must press on. Theirs is the aesthetic of a warrior, and those who fight and hunt bring with them the fearlessness of their Deity.