The Pantheon

The World of Langthil

The Pantheon

The pantheon consists of a slew of gods and goddesses, each exercising control over one or more domains. Most additionally have their own home realm, a place that is frequently difficult – if not impossible – for mere mortals to reach; the gods are able to exercise much more power and control over and within their own realms.

Elemental Element
Aether Aether
Khthon Earth
Nafeeti Wood
Ogonum Metal
Pygon Fire
Thales Water
Deity Name Domains Realm Titles
Amur Deceit, trickery Gur-Dol Haddor The Empress Below
Anulil Justice, valor The Unerring Courts
The Ashen Goddess Vengeance
Barath
Eiluvial Song, arts Melodious Halls
Elyzhia Passion, lust, pleasure, beauty Terra Voluptatis
Falorian Reason, knowledge The Library
Genmai Locks, keys, secrets, mystery many
Hantili Drought, famine Frygia
*Horned God Hunt, feast
*Humbaba Death Black Tower Guardian of the Dead
*Jagganath Defenses, fortifications The Citadel The Bulwark
Kaddim-sul Fear, nightmares Dread Palace The Black Flame
Kishtu Fertility, harvest Golden Hall
Kros Destruction Wightlands The Shadow Wight, the Unmaker
Kyor Travel, roads, wanderers
Liria Valthorin Magic Ley
Menneriya Cities, construction Endless City, The Spire The City-Builder
*The Morrigna War, combat Da Chich na Morrigna
Orichal Reptiles The Serpent God, The Great Serpent
Over-Gods Unknown Unknown Ur-Gods, First Gods
Plugarch Sickness, plagues Pestilence The Noxious
Rellyc Mines, smiths Forge Eternal The Untiring
Stirsley Music, dance

(Note: Gods whose names are preceded by an ‘*‘ are slated to be renamed due to currently holding names that match real-world mythology and may therefore carry additional “baggage” in readers’ minds.)

Additional (specific) gods that haven’t yet been named:

  • Goddess of exploration
  • God(dess?) of birds
  • God of ships (shipbuilders? sailors? sailing?)
# The Pantheon The pantheon consists of a slew of gods and goddesses, each exercising control over one or more domains. Most additionally have their own home realm, a place that is frequently difficult -- if not impossible -- for mere mortals to reach; the gods are able to exercise much more power and control over and within their own realms. | Elemental | Element | | ---------- | -------- | | Aether | Aether | | Khthon | Earth | | Nafeeti | Wood | | Ogonum | Metal | | Pygon | Fire | | Thales | Water | | Deity Name | Domains | Realm | Titles | | ----------- | --------- | ------- | ------ | | Amur |Deceit, trickery | Gur-Dol Haddor | The Empress Below | | Anulil | Justice, valor | The Unerring Courts | | | [[The Ashen Goddess]] | Vengeance | | | | Barath | | | | | Eiluvial | Song, arts | Melodious Halls | | | Elyzhia | Passion, lust, pleasure, beauty | Terra Voluptatis | | | Falorian | Reason, knowledge | The Library | | | Genmai | Locks, keys, secrets, mystery | many | | | Hantili | Drought, famine | Frygia | | | *Horned God | Hunt, feast | | | | *Humbaba | Death | Black Tower | Guardian of the Dead | | *Jagganath | Defenses, fortifications | The Citadel | The Bulwark | | Kaddim-sul | Fear, nightmares | Dread Palace | The Black Flame | | Kishtu | Fertility, harvest | Golden Hall | | | Kros | Destruction | Wightlands | The Shadow Wight, the Unmaker | | Kyor | Travel, roads, wanderers | | | | Liria Valthorin | Magic | Ley | | | Menneriya | Cities, construction | Endless City, The Spire | The City-Builder | | *The Morrigna | War, combat | Da Chich na Morrigna | | | Orichal | Reptiles | | The Serpent God, The Great Serpent | | Over-Gods | Unknown | Unknown | Ur-Gods, First Gods | | Plugarch | Sickness, plagues | Pestilence | The Noxious | | Rellyc | Mines, smiths | Forge Eternal | The Untiring | | Stirsley | Music, dance | | | *(Note: Gods whose names are preceded by an '\*' are slated to be renamed due to currently holding names that match real-world mythology and may therefore carry additional "baggage" in readers' minds.)* Additional (specific) gods that haven't yet been named: * Goddess of exploration * God(dess?) of birds * God of ships (shipbuilders? sailors? sailing?)
Last modified on Oct. 27, 2017, 9:51 a.m.