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  • Bane, God of Tyranny

    Bane (pronounced BAIN) is the evil and malicious greater deity of fear, hatred and tyranny and ruler of Banehold. Preferring to plot and scheme, Bane rarely appears to act in a direct manner; instead acting through his worshipers and other various agents. …

  • Kelemvor, God of Death

    Kelemvor (pronounced KELL-em-vor), formerly Kelemvor Lyonsbane, also known as the Lord of the Dead and Judge of the Damned, is the god of death and the dead, and master of the Crystal Spire in the Fugue Plane. In his mortal days, Kelemvor was a skilled …

  • Oghma, God of Knowledge

    Oghma (pronounced OGG-mah), also known as The Lord of Knowledge, is the neutral greater power of bards, inspiration, invention, and knowledge in Faerûn. Oghma is the leader of the Deities of Knowledge and Invention which include "Gond":https://the-crimson …

  • Selûne, Goddess of the Moon

    Selûne (pronounced seh-LOON-ay), is known as Our Lady of Silver and the Moonmaiden. She is the goddess of the moon. She is also venerated in Faerûn as a goddess of light, stars, navigation, navigators, wanderers, questers, and goodly lycanthropes. !http …

  • Shar, Goddess of the Dark

    Shar (pronounced SHAHR), the Mistress of the Night, is the goddess of darkness, and the caverns of Faerûn, as well as a neutral evil greater deity. Counterpart to her twin "Selûne":https://the-crimson-covenant.obsidianportal.com/wikis/sel-ne-goddess-of- …

  • Silvanus, God of Nature

    Silvanus (pronounced sihl-VANN-us), the Forest Father, is the god of nature, though formerly considered only the god of wild nature and druids. Silvanus is one of the oldest and most prominent deities in Faerûn, and the wilder counterpart to "Chauntea": …

  • Sune, Goddess of Love and Beauty

    Sune (pronounced SOO-nee), also known as Lady Firehair, is the deity of beauty, with governance also over love. Her dogma primarily concern love based on outward beauty, with primary importance placed upon loving people who respond to the Sunite's …

  • Tempus, God of Battles

    Tempus (pronounced TEM-pus), also known as the Lord of Battles, is the god of war. His dogma is primarily concerned with honorable battle, forbidding cowardice and encouraging the use of force of arms to settle disputes. Tempus is originally one of …

  • Torm, God of Law

    Torm (pronounced TORM), or The Loyal Fury, is the god of law and a lawful good greater deity whose portfolio consists of duty, loyalty, and righteousness. His symbol is a gauntlet, much like the symbol of the slain Helm, though specifically Torm's symbol …

  • Tyr, The Maimed God of Justice

    Tyr (pronounced TEER), also known as The Maimed God, is a lawful good greater deity of law and justice and part of The Triad. His dogma is primarily concerned with the punishment of wrong-doers, and the general furthering of law and good in the world. Not …

  • Auril, The Goddess of Ice

    Auril (pronounced AW-rill), also known as The Cold Goddess, The Frostmaiden[9], Icedawn, the Queen of Air and Darkness, and the Goddess of Winter, is a fickle, vain and evil deity, who is primarily venerated out of fear. She is most powerful in those …

  • Ilmater, The Broken God

    Ilmater (pronounced "Ihl-MAY-ter" or "ill-may-ter") is an intermediate deity of the Faerûnian pantheon whose portfolio includes endurance, martyrdom, perseverance, and suffering. He is the god of those who suffer, the oppressed, and the persecuted, and …

  • Loviatar, Goddess of Pain

    Loviatar (pronounced loh-VEE-a-tar), also known as The Maiden of Pain and The Willing Whip, is the evil goddess of agony and is both queen and servant to the greater god "Bane":https://the-crimson-covenant.obsidianportal.com/wikis/bane-god-of-tyranny. …

  • Talona, Goddess of Disease

    Talona (pronounced tah-LOW-nah), the Lady of Poison, Mistress of Disease, and Mother of All Plagues is the goddess of poison and disease. Talona is depicted as an old crone who brings misfortune and death. On the other hand she can also be depicted as a …

  • Tymora, Goddess of Luck

    Tymora (pronounced tie-MORE-ah), or more commonly Lady Luck, is the goddess of good fortune. She shines upon those who take risks and bless those who deal harshly with the followers of "Beshaba":https://the-crimson-covenant.obsidianportal.com/wikis/ …

  • Garagos, God of War

    Garagos (pronounced GAH-rah-gohs), the Lord of War, is a god of war and exarch of Tempus, though he focuses more on destruction than war itself. He is much quicker to anger and slower to show mercy than "Tempus":https://the-crimson-covenant.obsidianportal …

  • Hoar, God of Revenge

    Hoar (pronounced HORE), also known as The Doombringer, is the vengeful deity of retribution invoked by those who seek to repay an eye for an eye. He is also an exarch of Bane. He is a bitter deity, prone to mood swings and fits of violence. Both "Tyr": …

  • Jergal, Recorder of Death

    Jergal (pronounced JER-gull), also referred to as The Lord of the End of Everything, is the seneschal of the Lord of the Dead who keeps records on the final disposition of all the spirits of the dead. Jergal is unfeeling and excessively formal, he never …

  • Lliira, Goddess of Joy

    Lliira (leer-ah) is the perpetually moving maiden of countless ballads, the archetypal dancing ingenue that has inspired poets, songwriters, and any who revel in the experience and wonderment of a life lived gaily and free. Somewhat detached from the …

  • Milil, God of Song

    Milil (pronounced mil-LILL), also known as the One Who Watches While Music is Alive and the Guardian of Singers and Troubadours, is a good exarch of "Oghma":https://the-crimson-covenant.obsidianportal.com/wikis/oghma-god-of-knowledge. He is depicted in …

  • Sharess, Goddess of Sensuality

    Sharess (pronounced SHAH-ress) is the deity of hedonism, festhalls and sensual fulfillment. Sharess is oft depicted as a beautiful, voluptuous woman with the head of a cat (especially in Mulhorand). She has the individualistic and hedonistic personality …

  • Siamorphe, Goddess of Nobility

    Siamorphe is the vessel of a semi-divine power, which is passed down to a successor when the successor is dying. The current Siamorphe is the latest in that lineage. By preference, the successor is a direct descendant of the previous power’s mortal form, …

  • Uthgar, God of Barbarians

    Father of the Uthgardt barbarians of the Savage Frontier, Uthgar (uhth-gar) is a proud, fierce, and independent warrior. According to some legends he is the divine offspring of mighty Tempus. The Battle Father has few friends and has remained relatively …

  • Valkur, The God of Sailors

    Valkur (pronounced val-KURR), the Captain of the Waves, is the lesser deity of sailors, ships, favorable winds, and naval combat. Valkur's philosophy often puts him in conflict with the capricious ocean-goddess Umberlee and he is a sworn enemy of the …

  • Mystra, Goddess of Magic

    !http://i.imgur.com/m9WkOip.png! Mystra (pronounced MISS-trah[2]), the Mother of all Magic, formerly known as Midnight, was once a greater goddess who guided the magic that enveloped Toril and its surrounding space. Though now with her resurrection and …