Anian Pantheon

Chief Deities:

Lysandra, the Goddess of Dreams and Abundance, is very beautiful, with fair skin, long, black hair, and eyes the color of amethyst. She is very short and muscular, and almost never frowns. She usually wears light armor dyed dark grey and golden-brown.
She is also associated with debts and travel. She is often worshipped by merchants. Her vast flocks of followers can be primarily distinguished by the rites they perform. There are many shrines to her near bridges. There are many myths involving her ill-fated romance with Eutychios. She is the mother of Pelagius. She is known to sometimes place obstacles in the way of epic mortal heroes.

Oroas, the God of Charisma and Warriors, is blindingly beautiful, with fair skin, short, curly gold hair, and eyes the color of bronze discs. He is of average height and of hearty build, and generally has a blissful expression. He usually wears peasants’ clothes dyed pale gold and dark red.
He is also associated with feasts. He is often worshipped by the elderly. His many followers can be primarily distinguished by their tattoos. There are quite a few temples to him in forests. There are many myths involving his rough relationship with Cakur. He is the brother of Cakur. He is known to help distressed mortals.

Other Deities:

Nicomachos, the God of Wishes, is almost plain-looking, with fair skin, short, straight dark grey hair, and eyes the color of jade. He is of average height and slightly plump, and is usually laughing. He usually wears a cloak dyed burnt orange and grey-blue.
He is also associated with science. He is often worshipped by the wealthy. His numerous followers can be primarily distinguished by the clothing they wear. There are a few statues of him in cities. There are many myths involving his ill-fated romance with Oroas. He is the son of Oroas. He is known to give advice to mortals with quests.

Eutychios, the God of Snow and Assassins, is an exotic beauty, with sallow skin, shoulder length, medium brown hair, and eyes the color of moonlight. He is tall and broad-shouldered, and often appears angry. He usually wears formal attire dyed bright green.
He is also associated with autumn. He is often worshipped by merchants. His few, but dedicated followers can be primarily distinguished by their ritual scars. There are a few sacrifices to him in cities. There are many myths involving his vast travels with Nikephoros. He is the cousin of Nikephoros. He is known to appear to peasants who ask for aid.

Nikephoros, the Goddess of Tournaments and the Undead, is surprisingly ugly, with tanned skin, long, flowing dark golden hair, and eyes the color of sparkling amber. She is medium height and broad-shouldered, and almost never frowns. She usually wears opulent robes dyed grey and dark blue.
She is also associated with the sky, the forge and love. She is often worshiped by youths. Her few, but dedicated followers can be primarily distinguished by the ritual greetings they use. There are widespread shrines to her on lonely roads. There are many myths involving her ongoing arguments with Eutychios. She is the sister of Eutychios. She is known to give aid to mortal magic-users.

Pelagius, the God of Forests, is eerily beautiful, with very pale skin, waist length, swirling russet hair, and eyes the color of the green sea. He is of average height and muscular, and almost never frowns. He usually wears leather armor dyed medium blue.
He is also associated with marriage and poetry. He is often worshiped by warriors. His many followers can be primarily distinguished by the symbols they wear. There are a few statues of him in most cities. There are many myths involving his vast travels with Lysandra. He is the husband of Oroas. He is known to hinder random mortals.

Anian Pantheon

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