The Gods of Aetolia

In order to better shape and govern the constituent elements of the world, Varian, either through His direct influence or by setting processes in motion, created the Gods of Sapience. These are powerful and inscrutable beings, paid respect by almost all denizens of Aetolia.

Each God or Goddess influences Their own realm, Their purposes and goals differing dramatically from one another.

The following Gods walk among the denizens of Sapience today, and have their own Orders, temples, and shrines. Gods of Spirit are closely aligned with guilds and cities commonly believed to be "good" (protecting the sanctity of life, espousing Truth, etc.), though Their motives range from gentle, to intolerant, to sinister and controversial. Gods of Shadow claim as Their domain guilds and cities considered "evil" by most (reveling in murder, partaking in undeath, weaving lies and deception), although they may be anything from outwardly bloodthirsty to subtle and unpredictable.

Bamathis, the Warlord


The Warlord

Damariel, the Unbound


The Unbound

Dhar, the Underking


The Underking

Chakrasul, Goddess of Corruption


Goddess of Corruption

Ethne, the Rekindled


The Rekindled

Haern, the Hunter


The Hunter

Ivoln, the Earthen Lord


The Earthen Lord

Tanixalthas, the Sun Drinker


The Sun Drinker

Omei, the Imago


The Imago

Severn, the Manipulator


The Manipulator

Slyphe, the Maelstrom


The Maelstrom

Lexadhra, the Indelible


The Indelible

Abhorash, the Hegemonist


The Hegemonist

Departed Gods

The following Gods existed in one form or another at some point in Aetolia's history, but have either deceased, or changed so as to become unrecognizable.

  • Avareti, Goddess of Symmetry
  • Arion, the Truthseeker
  • Auresae, Goddess of Fire
  • Dhaivol, the Underking
  • Khepri, the Seething Chaos
  • Lanos, Lord of Truth
  • Lleis, the Verdant
  • Maghak, the Sovereign
  • Niuri, the Ultraist
  • Rahn, God of Fire
  • Ysmali, the Sanguine
  • Iosyne, the Malevolent