In the Name of the King
The people of Albion and the other nations all worship a unified pantheon: the result of centuries of cultural exchange through warfare and commerce.
The priests and clergy of these gods tell common stories of the home of the gods, where they vie for power and defend their domains.
Boccob, god of magic, arcane knowledge, balance and foresight.
Corellon Larethian, god of elves, magic, music, and arts.
Garl Glittergold, god of gnomes, humor, and gemcutting.
Gruumsh, god of orcs.
Moradin, god of dwarves.
Nerull, god of death, darkness, murder and the underworld.
Pelor, god of sun, light, strength and healing.
Wee Jas, goddess of magic, death, vanity, and law.
Yondalla, goddess of halflings.
Ehlonna, goddess of forests, woodlands, flora & fauna, and fertility.
Erythnul, god of hate, envy, malice, panic, ugliness, and slaughter.
Fharlanghn, god of horizons, distance, travel, and roads.
Heironeous, god of chivalry, justice, honor, war, daring, and valor.
Hextor, god of war, discord, massacres, conflict, fitness, and tyranny.
Kord, god of athletics, sports, brawling, strength, and courage.
Obad-Hai, god of nature, freedom, hunting, and beasts.
Olidammara, god of music, revels, wine, rogues, humor, and tricks.
Saint Cuthbert, god of common sense, wisdom, zeal, honesty, truth, and discipline.