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  • Ceremata

    The [[humans | human]] goddess of knowledge, foresight, and death. She is usually depicted with three eyes and wearing a withdrawn veil, symbolizing her ability to see past barriers of time and space, as well as in the normal world. Occasionally she …

  • Anduah

    The [[humans | human]] god of fire and light. Anduah is the consort of [[Nuruah]], the goddess of the sky and weather, and is the progenetor of the sun, moon, and stars. All forms of light are seen as his domain of work, which connects him to images …

  • Nuruah

    The [[humans | human]] goddess of the sky, weather, and sleep. Nuruah is the consort of [[Anduah]], and the mother of the sun, moon, and stars. She is especially related with the night time and the stars when she is in the form of Anduah's consort, …

  • Soreen

    The [[humans | human]] goddess of the sea and water, as well as the half- sister of [[Larn]] and daughter of [[Nuruah]]. A capricious goddess, she is pictured as a very beautiful young woman with long, wild hair wielding a spear. Soreen has few large …

  • Aros

    The [[humans | human]] god of prosperity and agriculture. Aros is usually depicted as an aged man with a round belly and a long beard. He is usually associated with the things that happen above the ground, and is the brother of [[Anduah]]. A friendly, …

  • Larn

    The [[humans | human]] god of the earth and gateways. The son of [[Nuruah]] and [[Aros]] and half-brother of [[Soreen]], Larn is worshiped as the equally capricious, though significantly better tempered, god of the forces of the earth and change. A …

  • Lavin

    The [[humans | human]] god of virtue, justice, and the underworld. The father of [[Ceremata]], Lavin is sometimes called The Shepherd because of his role as the caretaker of the dead. While Ceremata is associated with the knowledge and action of death …