The Murders of Gradilla
Gods of Thirdrealm
The native god Raven is primarily worshiped in the north by barbarians. Appearing in a multitude of forms, Raven can manifest as both male and female, but prefers the form of a beautiful female with charcoal hair and a feather shawl. Being a trickster god, Raven rejoices in any forms of tomfoolery and deception.
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
The Celtic god of knowledge Ogma is not only worshiped in the Celtic world. Being one of the most followed gods, Ogma is powerful, but rarely directly interferes with worldly events. He does however communicate with all of his seers often.
Alignment: Neutral Good
Rank: Elder God
Ithillian is the only arcane god, not to say that he is the god of magic, but that his power is based on use of the arcane, and not a divine power source. He was the originator of the schools of arcane magic. Instead of Priests, he is worshiped by some magi cults, and instead of paladins, he has Arcane Warriors. He is also (of course) the origin of the “Seven parts of Ithillian”
Alignment: Lawful Neutral
Rank: Greater Arcane God
This earth goddess was put into an eternal coma a eons ago. She is unresponsive to anyone or anything, but surprisingly acts as an active power source for dedicated priests. Having been around since the creation of earth, Meha is one of the oldest gods.
Alignment: True Neutral
Rank: Elder Goddess
The nature of this goddess is an unknown to most. She speaks often, but only to a select few.
Rank: Greater Goddess
The Trickster god Loki has renounced the rest of his old pantheon, and taken to wandering the belief systems of the world. He acts as a divine free agent for any god looking to get a job done. He is often thought to be in league with Raven, but in truth Raven despises the evil nature of Loki’s pranks.
Alignment: Chaotic Evil
The avian god of fire is a little known nature god representing rebirth after fire. With only a few worshipers, the god is not powerful in comparison to other gods, but it has lived longer than most, and is quite wise.
Alignment: Neutral Good
Rank: Minor God
The Egyptian god of life, death, and rebirth is a lesser worshiped god, most often by farmers so hoping to have their crops reborn every season. He is also known to be worshiped by some druids, though this is less common. He is a powerful god, despite his lack of following, due to his connection to the earth and the powerful forces of death and life.
Alignment: Lawful Good