Religion

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Amorlin – The Warden Star -
The deity of the western realms is represented by the warden star, the brightest star in the sky. A beacon of hope and courage throughout the land, the religion of the Warden Star is represented by the “Four Faces of Truth,” each truth representing a single facet of the deity himself, and also represented by a single point of the star used to represent him.

  • Valor
  • Compassion
  • Wisdom
  • Honor
  • The Church of the Four
  • Unity & Divergence
  • Piety in Action

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The Lost Gods -
Ancient and foreboding, the deities that once claimed the hearts and minds of men were primal and unforgiving entities who demanded blood and sacrifice to earn their favor. Though long forgotten and shunned by the majority of humanity, some cultures still cling to the cycle of life and death as the only pure religion and bend knee to these malevolent figures.

  • Sorvenox – God of Lust, Hunger, Virility and Spring
  • Danu – God of Pride, Pain, Courage and Summer
  • Grehm – God of Atrophy, Decay, Fate and Autumn
  • Malmot – God of Death, Darkness, Knowledge and Winter
  • Ritual Sacrifice and Mutilation
  • Shadows within Shadows
  • Umbral Glass

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The Court of Beasts -
The Vohn brought their twisted religion with them during their invasion of the forest. A court of twisted amalgamations of beasts and men performing base acts of slaughter and perversion. Their totems and idols can still be found scattered throughout the wooded glades and grassy gnolls of the realm, radiating a dark and alien presence to all who behold them.

  • The Minotaur
  • The Satyr
  • The Centaur
  • The Gorgon
  • The Harpy
  • The Triton
  • The Sphinx
  • Grim Idols
  • Curse of the Court

Religion

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