Gods of Aiah

The gods of Aiah are vastly powerful beings. At the beginning of time they created Aiah and the races within it. They continue to influence the affairs of mortals for their own mysterious purposes, and many of those mortals work to curry favor with their chosen gods through acts of praise and worship. This isn’t usually a matter of faith for the people of Aiah. The involvement of the gods in their lives is direct and unambiguous, their existence is a matter of fact, not faith. Rather, the people of Aiah worship and make offerings to their gods for reasons of practicality and belief. They try to support and gain the favor of the gods that benefit their lives or deflect the anger of those that don’t.

Among the gods, there are substantial differences in their relative power and influence. The so called Greater Gods are the most powerful. They were there from the beginning and they are the ones that worked to create Aiah and its inhabitants. They also tend to have the lowest level of involvement in the affairs of mortals. The Ascended Gods are those that were once mortals themselves. They are the youngest and least powerful of the gods, but also take the most active interest in the lives of mortals. The other gods fall somewhere in between those two extremes.

  • Acadia, Evil ascended goddess of war and strife
  • Asmodeus, Evil greater god of tyranny and destruction
  • Bahamut, Good god of honor and dragons
  • Cerevex, Evil ascended god of undeath
  • Gaeldross, God of the earth and nature
  • Hassitor, Chaotic god of secrets, lies, and deception
  • Kord, Ascended god of strength and battle
  • Moradin, Lawful greater god of creation
  • Muvara, God of travel and roads
  • Ophinia, Greater goddess of life and death
  • Oerelius, Lawful greater god of the sun and magic
  • Seriss, Chaotic goddess of the moon
  • Tiamat, Evil goddess of wealth, greed, and envy

Gods of Aiah

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