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  • Deities

    The gods described below are the ones most commonly worshiped in this region. Other gods, including standard gods from the Player’s Handbook not listed here, do exist but are rarely worshiped in this area. (Note: Wee Jas has different domains than …

  • Al-Ishtus

    Al-Ishtus is a cruel and indifferent god of desert vermin, especially scorpions, and desert raiders. He appears sometimes as a dirty old man wearing vermin-infested rags, but most often he appears in the form of a scorpion (which can range from Tiny to …

  • Ankhili

    Ankhili is a cruel goddess of the harshest aspects of the desert. According to legend, she was once a [[Bhuka|bhuka]] guide and clan matriarch with ambitious and jealous daughters. She was tricked and left to die of thirst in the [[Taklmal]], weeping …

  • Azul

    Azul is a fickle god of water, doling out his precious gifts only to those that please him, and causing droughts when he is displeased. He appears in the form of a smiling, freshly-scrubbed youth in a white gown. h2. Overview *Title:* Lord of Rain …

  • Erythnul

    Erythnul is a malicious deity who delights in indiscriminate slaughter and pillage. He appears as a muscular humanoid dripping with blood. His race is mutable, often changing from moment to moment. h2. Overview *Title:* the Many *Symbol:* A …

  • Garl Glittergold

    Garl Glittergold is the patron deity of gnomes. He appears as a gnome with glittering gemstone eyes, always dressed in the height of fashion, no matter how impractical it may be for the situation. h2. Overview *Title:* the Joker *Symbol:* A nugget …

  • Hextor

    Hextor is a cruel and merciless god who demands constant adherence to his laws. He most commonly appears as a six-armed demonic being carrying a different weapon in each hand — the only constant is a black flail, always held in a hand wearing a spiked …

  • Fharlanghn

    Fharlanghn is the patron of any who travel long distances. He appears as an elderly human man with deeply wrinkled skin and bright eyes. He wears nondescript, travel-stained clothing. h2. Overview *Title:* Dweller on the Horizon *Symbol:* A disk …

  • Ilati

    Ilati is a vivacious goddess who encourages her followers to love life and help others. She appears as a young maiden, usually an elf, wearing a white dress and dancing. Her feet are bare and she has hundreds of flowers in her long golden hair. h2. …

  • Kikanuti

    Kikanuti is the patron deity of [[Bhuka|bhuka]]. She appears in many forms (as depicted in the ritual masks worn by bhuka dancers), but is most commonly seen in the form of a bhuka woman with braids of corn for ears and wearing a brightly patterned tunic …

  • Kord

    Kord is a free-spirited deity of physical strength, who delights in competition in all forms. He appears as a tall, almost impossibly muscular human man with long red beard and hair. He wears nothing but a girdle, gauntlets, and boots of dragon hide. …

  • Matu

    Matu is a firm but loving god of civilization. He encourages his followers to bring the benefits of cities and trade to all corners of the world. He appears as a smiling, white haired human man surrounded by piles of food, money, and other goods. h2. …

  • Obad-Hai

    Obad-Hai is a harsh but fair god of the wilderness. He appears as a regal animal of whatever species is native in the area (preferring large mammals). h2. Overview *Title:* the Shalm *Symbol:* A mask made of oak leaves and acorns *Alignment:* …

  • Nerull

    Nerull is a cold, distant god, the patron of all undead and those who would see the world barren of all life. He appears as a black robed, skeletal being of indeterminate race, bearing a scythe. h2. Overview *Title:* The Reaper of Flesh *Symbol:* …

  • Olidammara

    Olidammara is the capricious god of music and rogues (often misleadingly described as the god of wine, women, and song; music is by far the most important to him of those three, and he sees no reason to favor the company of women over men). He generally …

  • Solanil

    Solanil is the benevolent goddess of oases. She appears only in oases, as a beautiful middle-aged woman with a warm smile and a jug of cool water or a basket of fresh fruit. h2. Overview *Title:* Lady of the Oasis *Symbol:* A pool of water at the …

  • Uru

    Uru is the river that flows through the Kahat Empire, the source of life and also the bringer of floods. Most believe that she never appears in any form but the river itself, but some rare stories tell of a beautiful woman, waist deep in the water, her …

  • Vecna

    Vecna is the mysterious and little-known god of secrets and dark knowledge. He appears as a lich missing his left hand and eye. h2. Overview *Title:* The Maimed Lord, or the Whispered One *Symbol:* An eye in the palm of a left hand *Alignment:* …

  • Wee Jas

    According to legend, Wee Jas was once a powerful sorceress-queen of an ancient empire. Her empire was destroyed, and the souls of all its inhabitants trapped, during a war with a rival empire ruled by a cult of necromancers. Thanks to her followers’ …

  • Yondalla

    Yondalla is the patron goddess of halflings. She appears as a tough halfling woman with red hair, wearing yellow and green clothing, and often carrying a shield. h2. Overview *Title:* The Protector and Provider *Symbol:* A cornucopia on a green …

  • Zoser

    Zoser is the unpredictable and dangerous, though not malicious, god of the desert winds. He appears most often as a towering whirlwind with a vague humanoid shape in the center, barely seen through the whirling sands. On occasion, he will appear as a …