The Red Goddess taught some of her followers the way to become immortal. Her pantheon is composed of mortals who have so succeeded.
Lunar mythology is concerned with the apotheosis of their goddess and the other members of the pantheon. Lunar philosophers are willing to accept almost any version of history and myth before their goddess’s birth, always carefully explaining how it was a presagement of their cult.
The Lunar deities are worshiped only in and around Peloria. Most Lunar cultists are human, although many non-humans are believers. The Lunar religion does not displace older religions. Any cult willing to accept the Red Goddess’s existence is welcomed within the bounds of the Lunar Empire.
The members of the Lunar Pantheon include:
- Ancient Moon Goddesses
- Annilla — mystic goddess of the secret Blue Moon, a Doraddi Old God
- City Gods
- Creator — maker of the universe
- Danfive Xaron — Bridge for the Seeker, one of the Seven Mothers
- Deezola — the Binder Within, one of the Seven Mothers
- Etyries — messenger of the Goddess
- Hon-eel the Dancer — Third Inspiration of Moonson, lunar goddess of rebirth
- Hwarin Dalthippa — the Conquering Daughter, lunar heroine
- Irrippi Ontor — the Brown Man, one of the Seven Mothers
- Jakaleel the Witch — Spindle Hag, one of the Seven Mothers
- Lunar Goddesses
- Nysalor — the bright one, the illuminator, god of illumination
- Red Emperor — son of the Red Goddess and ruler of the Lunar Empire
- Red Goddess — goddess of the Red Moon
- Seven Mothers — the re-creators of the Red Goddess
- Teelo Norri — Young Life, one of the Seven Mothers
- Thief Gods
- White Moon
- Yanafal Tarnils — Ram and Warrior, one of the Seven Mothers