Deities of Magisters

The pantheon of Magi is a story-driven creation with connections to The Great Calamity. They have heavily embedded lore and backstory that might not fit all campaign ideas. I simplified the information to make them more flexible, and overall the story of The Great Calamity and The Divine Wars aren’t required as part of the lore/campaign settings.

Major Deities

The greater gods and goddesses of the pantheon. It’s not uncommon for people to mainly worship one or two from the list, but overall the pantheon is believed in as a whole. Information can vary depending on who the main focus of worship is on but in general the greater gods are what make existence function. Regardless of how invested someone is in science, it’s rare for someone to not put at least a little of their faith in one of the deities. On the other side of the spectrum, there is not heavy worship for any of the deities or the pantheon either. The religion is widespread and common but there are almost never any extremists or issues around religion.

Manara: Also known as Lady Luck, Manara is the goddess of Magic, Chaos, Balance, Order, Cycles, and Luck. She is known to take on three forms: A Tiefling Child, A Human Adult, and An Elf Elder.

Her child form is whimsical and is often referred to as the trickster, blessing the world with Wild Magic. Her adult form is wise and balanced, referred to as the judge, and caused The Great Calamity by stripping the world of magic. Her elder form is kind-hearted, often referred to as The Mother, and blessed the world with order, magic, and mana.

Gaia: Also known as Mother Nature, Gaia is the goddess of Nature, Wisdom, and Protection. She is an elder elf always accompanied by a massive brown bear. Gaia is known to be silent, powerful, and the wisest being in existence.

Gaia gave birth to nature, providing food, water, and shelter to all creatures. Nature is Gaia’s life blood and it is said that connecting to nature is what transformed creatures into Polymorphs.

Lunares: Sometimes known as The Dark Prince, Lunares is the god of the Moon, Beauty, Love, and Enchantment. Lunares is a Human male known to be a seducer and illusionist.

Lunares’ lore is filled with him seducing people of all genders. He and his followers are creatures of the night, finding pleasure and safety in darkness. This is where his title, The Dark Prince, comes from. While Lunares can be a trickster, he always has good intentions.

Fate: Also known as The Fate Spinner or Father Time, Fate is a god of Knowledge and Time. Fate is a Human male who is known to be logical, intelligent, and impassive.

Fate is believed to have created time itself and blessed the races with the knowledge to be civilized. While he has knowledge of all that was and is to be, he is said to only intervene when there is an outside influence on the timeline.

Ultear: Also known as Priestess Ultear, The Priestess, and The Gatekeeper, Ultear is the goddess of healing and the afterlife. Ultear is a Dwarven priestess who guides spirits to the afterlife and heals them of their earthly pains.

Ultear is the source of all healing in the realms, whether through medicine or magic (which is rare). She is the caregiver for both the living and the dead.

The Six Sages: Also known as The Six Elements, these 6 gods are often worshipped together to represent unity between the elements and seasons to create life, death, and balance.

The elements are: Water, Earth, Fire, Air, Light, and Dark.

Blue Sage: Goddess of Oceans, Water, Ice, and Memories. Blue Sage is an Illurien known to be shy but friendly. The season they represent is Winter.

Red Sage: God of the Sun, Fire, Electricity, and Creation. Red Sage is an Azer man who is generally calm-tempered but passionate. He represents Summer.

Gray Sage: Goddess of Land, Ores, Gems, and Mercantile. Gray Sage is a very charismatic Goliath with lots of energy. She represents Spring.

Green Sage: God of Wind, Flight, Travel, and Freedom. Green Sage is an Aarakocra who is very domineering and prideful. He represents Autumn.

Black Sage: God of Darkness, Shadows, and Night. Often called The Dark King, Black Sage is a Human male who is emotionless.

White Sage: Goddess of Light, Shadows, and Day. Often referred to as Fate’s daughter, White Sage is a Human female who is emotionless.

Minor Deities

The lesser gods and goddesses of the pantheon. Rarely worshipped on their own, they are often paid homage in passing. For example: people will pray to Yana for help studying, Bula for strength in physically challenging tasks, and Demaskus when they need inspiration or when they’re desperate. The only time people completely worship these gods is when they have fully dedicated their lives to what the god represents, such as a scholar will dedicate themselves to Yana while a passionate musician will dedicate to Muse.

Yana: Goddess of Research, Academics, and Alchemy. Yana is a Drow woman known to have a chaotic side, and is generally uncaring towards others. She values knowledge above all else.

Roxa: Goddess of Truth, Lies, Cunning, and the Unseen. Roxa is a Halfling woman turned “giant”, though her depictions are always of a figure in the shadows. While known to be clever and deceiving, she is generally altruistic and values truth and justice.

Bula: Goddess of Strength, Courage, and Fury. Bula an Orcish woman is known to be hot-tempered, short-sighted, and protective. She values challenge and growth, but is known to always be fighting with the other gods.

Ramayah: Goddess of Constitution, Resolution, and Endurance. Ramayah is a powerful Human female said to quake the earth with her massive hammer. She is calm and determined.

Muse: Goddess of Inspiration, Music, and Sound. Muse is a Kenku woman known for a soul as beautiful as her music. She has the ability to change her voice into any sound.

Kolossus: God of mind, body and soul. Kolossus is a Giant man said to be the size of a mountain. His body is covered in magical living tattoos that embody his magic. He is quiet, calm, but has strong convictions.

Demaskus: God of Ingenuity, Insanity, and the Unknown. Demaskus is depicted as “the perfect human man”, but is said to be in disguise since his true form is incomprehensible. He is known to be very strange, but charismatic and incredibly curious. He is the father if psionics.

Published by Johvan Calvo

I am a nerdy gay Mexican with a passion for story telling. Trying to find my way in this world but I don't think there's such a thing as a "perfect fit".

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