Gods Of Esper

Elven/Human Gods:

The Well:
Source of all life and power

All-mother. Lady of boundless Mercy. Creator from the Well’s life-force.

Elven god of the water. His realm is the water of life, but he also guides the souls of the departed back to the Well, as all water eventually leads back to the Well.

Elven god of Earth. Caretaker of the Well. Is known as the Guardian. Merchants and trader pray to him for protection from evil.

Elven god of Fire, Warrior. Is the elven warrior god, known for his strategic planning. Favorite among soldiers.

Elven god of Betrayal. Reyanto, represents evil at his core. It is not known in what way, but, it is said that he betrayed Retra, and was dishonored. Many of murderers and thieves worship Reyanto.

Elven Goddess of air. She represents love and fertility. It is said that she brings forth the winds of emotion to lift the hearts of people.

Elven Goddess of thievery. Another betrayer god, who stole something precious and valuable from Retra, and delivered it to some unknown force.

Elven Goddess of Knowledge: Ranayla represents the strive to learn more. She is the patron of the arts, magic, and all things that improve the mind. Scholars hold her in high esteem.

Elven Goddess of the people. Esprite represents the people directly and the day to day lives they live. Crops, Markets, blights, are some of the things you will hear people praying to her for. She is the champion of the people, and she helps them in almost every facet of mundane life.

Dragonborn Gods:
The Dragonborn do not follow gods as much as moral codes of conduct set forth and represented by ancient ancestors. These codes of conduct range from honor to being completely selfish. Many times whole clans can adapt a particular ideology as their clan identity, or some clans have several ideologies. They are represented by these ancestral archetypes below.

Trouroth the Gold:
Honor is the code of Trouroth. Do not abandon you duties for efficiency. Your principles should be your guiding light. Honor in every facet of your life.

Bhabur the Black:
Forget honor, for it will do you no good. To succeed, you must not tell the truth, but only what they want to hear. It is the way of things, to survive, you must compromise you values.

Vornaar the Copper:
Family is the way of things. The code of all life comes from family. With my clan, I can accomplish anything. It is through my clan that I am important, because my clan is important.

Pazavur the Red:
Strike down your enemy with force. Crush his bones and feast on his entrails. War is the way of enlightenment. Only through bloody combat does one accomplish true freedom. Only through the test of fire, can one be worthy.

Soqwen the Silver:
Beauty is all around. Let us not forget that it is appreciation for beautiful things that brings us peace. We can strive for beauty. And we can make lives better for everyone.

Minys the Green:
Watch as their life slowly drifts away, as we bleed them slowly. As they sicken and die. We do not need to strike directly, for that is acting in haste. Let them weaken and die, and then, we can take their happiness.

Jesthaya the Bronze:
Isn’t it curious, how those humans act. Isn’t it fascinating, the migration of the fish? Knowledge is the ultimate power you see, for with knowledge, we can achieve many great things. Why fight long wars, when knowledge will surely see us through all things

Bibis the Blue:
They are, of course all wrong. Why act in any fashion, when you can do whatever you want. It is not selfish to love one’s self. If someone has something you want, take it. They should have cared about themselves enough to protect their goods. Do whatever you want.

Dwarven gods:

Stuldar the father:
Stuldar is represented as the father of all Dwarves. The first king of the dwarves. He is known for honor and is represented by a solid battle hammer and shield.

Bertyl the Miner:
Bertyl is the Stone chipper. Bertyl is the mover and creator of stone. He is rumored to have created all the lands and mountains and the precious materials that lie deep within them. He is known for solid workmanship and is represented by a pickaxe.

Stav the Slayer:
Stav is known as murderer. He is known for betraying his elders and sneaking of into the caves, where he went mad. He is not worshipped, as much as used to scare dwarven children about the dangers of not listening to their elders.

Karseak the Farmer:
Karseak is known for agriculture. Since the retreat of the Dwarves under the mountains, and the humans above providing food, Karseak’s worshippers have dwindled, and are a small niche of Dwarven population.

Fosgritain the Maiden:
Fosgritain is the dwarven goddess representing dwarven sexuality, drink, and joyous gatherings. Known simply as, the “fun” goddess, he name is often toasted to during dwarven parties.

Nanweakara, Mistress of Life:
Nanweakara is the Dwarven goddess of life. She represents the birth and life of new dwarves. Also known as, Mother, and the wife of Stuldar.

Thafrohilde, the Whisperer:
Seen in even a more disgusting light than Stav, she is known as the corrupter, the seductress. She was the one who convinced Stav to betray his elders. She is the whisperer in the dark. Many of dwarves ward against her when exploring new caverns, as she might appear and steal your minds.

Metra the Crafter:
Metra represents all of the crafters and traders of the Dwarven people. Through a steady hand and intellect, your work will be rewarded.

Orc/Goblin Gods:

Other than the Amazonian Homraz and the peaceful Atub, most Orc gods are representation of plundering and pillaging. They are all clan dependent, as each clan worships one particular god.

Ogrul the Crusher:
Destroy your enemies. Lay waste to their families and friends. Take all that they have. If they are not strong enough to keep it, it is yours.

Yukha the Warrior:
See above.

Buomang the Spear:
See above.

Kertug the Bruise:
See above.

Homraz the Wild:
Woman, You don’t let man tell you, you kill them and eat them. Take their strength. You are strong, everyone else is week.

Destroy your enemies. Lay waste to their families and friends. Take all that they have. If they are not strong enough to keep it, it is yours.

Glasha the Glave:
See above

We can be better, we should farm. We should not raid. We are not animals. We are more than that.

Gnomish Gods:

The wisest of the wise, He represents ancient knowledge and wisdom. Also, known as the Sage, as he is the teacher of all wisdom.

The inventor. Represent original thought and going outside of conventional wisdom to create new and exciting things.

He who hides and steals, another of the betrayer gods, he stole secrets to give them to some unknown advisory. Represents spies and thieves.

He is the student’s god. He represents the striving to learn more. He is constantly listening to learn new things.

She who loves. Love, beauty, and artistry. She represents the beauty behind Gnomish craftsmanship.

She who births children. Gnomish goddess representing fertility. She is not only a symbol of fertile woman, but also of the land being fertile.

She who talks. Sayaris is the rumor goddess. She is the spreader of lies and misdirection.

She who protects. She is the children’s protector. She wards of disease and protects the Gnome children.

Human Gods (Barbarian):

The Hunter, God of the hunt, and the sacrificed life given by the animal, to give life to man.
Giradin: The Sailor, Protector of the seas, provides the life in the seas and it’s bounty for sailors and fisherman.

The Woodsman, Protector of the woods, the trees and its bounty. Makes sure that man does not take more than they need.

The Darkness, taker of all. Represents the un-honorable and selfish ways of man.

The Wonderer, mistress of adventure. She represents what is beyond the next hill, and the hill beyond that.

The Lover, She represents fertility, but also love and living life to its fullest.

Mistress of Darkness. The Wife of Otelin. She is the greed and knife in the dark. The murderer.

The Wisdom represents the healing nature of herbalist and wise woman

Halfling Gods:

Halflings have very open look to life and tend to be appreciative to the present. They tend to either borrow other’s gods or ideas, or just live a happy life. It is rumored that the Halfling once had gods of their own, but thousands of years of internment by the elves, have left behind those ancient beliefs.

Tiefling God:

The Tieflings Worship on God, Fremest, and creator of everything, the one and true god. God of everything.

Gods Of Esper

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