The two prime sister goddesses stood together at the dawn of Azuria. When their hands separated from one another, the Immortal Planes emerged.
Together, Pandora and Llewellyn created the eight elemental titans. Six remain.
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As the world of Eldura fell, knowledge of the titans passed out of memory and myth. Those who walked the prime plane of Azuria turned instead to the gods and goddesses who guided the world around them.
Not all gods and goddesses listed below are recognized or celebrated in all parts of Azuria. Likewise, some cultures, city-states, and kingdoms have their own names for the gods and goddesses.
The Prime Goddesses
Pandora—goddess-queen of the Negative Planes (has been missing since Alessandra’s betrayal)
Llewellyn—goddess-queen of the Positive Planes
Ignis—Titan of Fire
Thalyssa—Titan of Water
Atamos—Titan of Air
Gaia—Titan of Earth
Ilona—Titan of Light
Nyx—Titan of Darkness
Verdigris—Titan of Nature (divided into the three planes of life)
Izadra—Titan of Space (now divided between the plane of stars and fills in the division between the planes)
The Elder Goddesses and Gods:
A’thea—god of trade, strategy, and commerce
Aiolos—god of the air and currents
Ariadne—goddess of the Underland
Arinnia—goddess of the sun
Astralei—goddess of the Star Plane, guardian of souls after death
Belessama—goddess of rivers and lakes
Branwen—goddess of love and beauty
Cassandra—goddess of fate, fortune, and divination; patron goddess of the saudad
Cernnua—goddess of dragons; the first dragon
Danuae—goddess of wisdom and the winds
Devana—goddess of wild animals
Enid, Brightlands expression of the Titan of Nature—goddess of nature-based magic; creator goddess of the Brightlands fae
Evelyn, Shadowlands expression of the Titan of Nature—goddess of shadow; creator goddess of the Shadowlands fae
Father Oak, Quercus—god of the forest, longevity, and rebirth
Fenrir—patron god of evergreen trees and wolves; creator god of the Lycan
Flora—goddess of plants
Gwenyth—goddess of autumn and the harvest
Isis—goddess of magical healing and a timely passage to death
Kleodna—goddess of the sea and passion
Luna—goddess of the minor moon and navigation
Lyric, prime plane expression of the Titan of Nature—goddess of generosity and goodness, sometimes a deity of life as well
Malura—goddess of misfortune
Marena—goddess of winter and death
Nova—goddess of the constellations and keeper of their stories
Ogma—god of speech and language
Oros—god of the mountains
Selene—goddess of the full moon, prime plane goddess of the great moon
Seshata—goddess of knowledge, writing, and the stars
Veloni—god of agriculture
Vida—goddess of the rain
Yena—goddess of fire, heat, and summer
Zivena—goddess of life and spring
Demi-Goddesses and Demi-Gods:
Aurora—goddess of the dawn
Brighid—goddess of poetry, song, and music
Lilia—daughter of Enid, goddess of the crescent moon, guardian of those who are lost
Lilith—daughter of Ariadne, goddess of night and sexuality
Minerva—goddess of inspiration and insight
Perperune—goddess of thunder and storms
Ravenna, daughter of Evelyn—guardian of the Shadowlands, goddess of memory
Roxana—goddess of literature
Rusalka—goddess of mermaids, sirens, and water nymphs
Saige—daughter of Lyric, goddess of herbs, natural remedies, and harmony with nature
Salem—god of dusk
The New Gods:
Alessandra—goddess of negation, power, and individuality
Braemorn—god of murder
Ruka—god of lies, trickery, and deceit
Xarmev—god of undeath
Tempus—god of war
alternative names for the gods and goddesses
The Pantheon Supreme of Andel-ce Hevra
The Council of Andel-ce Hevra recognizes no other gods beyond the sacred five of the Pantheon Supreme. Worshippers found guilty of paying homage to deities outside these five are subject to strict punishment, even death.
Aurelius—god of commerce and profit
Luvic—god of death
Mercutio—god of knowledge
Solar—god of sun
Venus—goddess of sexuality and fertility
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