Tirad the Torn Land
Gods of Tirad
Bahamut, god of justice, honor, nobility, and protection
Paladins often revere him, and metallic dragons worship him as the first of their kind. Monarchs are crowned in his name.
Moradin, god of creation, artisans, and family
He carved the mountains from primordial earth and is the guardian and protector of the hearth and the family.
Avandra, god of change, luck, trade, and travel
Her temples are few in civilized lands, but her wayside shrines appear throughout the world.
Pelor, god of sun, summer, agriculture, and time
He supports those in need and opposes all that is evil.
Corellon, god of arcane magic, spring, beauty, and the arts
The god of spring, beauty, and the arts, Corellon is the patron of arcane magic and the fey.
Erathis, god of civilization, innovation and laws
The god of civilization. She is the muse of great invention, founder of cities, and author of laws.
Ioun, god of knowledge, prophecy and skill, and the study of magic
Sages, seers, and tacticians revere her, as do all who live by their knowledge and mental power.
Thor, god of storms, strength and battle
He is the storm god and the lord of battle. He revels in strength, battlefield prowess, and thunder.
Melora, god of the wilderness and the sea
She is both the wild beast and the peaceful forest, the raging whirlpool and the quiet desert.
The Raven Queen, god of death, fate, and winter
The name of the god of death is long forgotten, but she is called the Raven Queen. She is the spinner of fate and the patron of winter.
Sehanine, god of trickery, the moon, love and autumn
She has close ties to Corellon and Melora and is a favorite deity among elves and halflings.
Asmodeus, god of power domination and tyranny
He is the evil god of tyranny and domination.
Bane, god of war and conquest
He is the six armed god of war worshiped by militaristic nations of humans and goblins.
Tiamat, god of wealth, greed, and vengeance
She is the patron of chromatic dragons and those whose lust for wealth overrides any other goal or concern.
Torog, god of the Underdark and imprisonment
He is the patron of jailers and torturers as well as those that stalk the Underdark.
Set, god of darkness, poison, and assassins
Snakes are his favored creation, and the yuan-ti revere him above all other gods, offering sacrifice to him in pits full of writhing serpents.
Gruumsh, god of turmoil and destruction
He is the god of destruction, lord of marauding barbarian hordes, and patron god of the Orcs.
Lolth, god of spiders, shadows, and lies
Scheming and treachery are her commands, and her priests are a constant force of disruption in the otherwise stable society of the evil drow.