Tag : East Isles pantheon

East Isles pantheon The Air god worshiped throughout the East Isles. Write up Page Year Runes PersonalRune Notes Guide to Glorantha 153 2014 ..

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Part of the Eastern / Vithelan Pantheon that includes Kralorelan pantheon Vormain pantheon Each of the East Isles has its own special god, who is worshiped by that island’s residents. Each god is unique, and over a thousand are known though only a few are listed here. Araganthosas — East Islander god of the island ..

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[sah-LIL-ih-gor] East Isles god of Homago East Isles pantheon This god is the divine offspring of a woman and a dolphin. His people are infamous cannibals, but they never eat outsiders. Uniquely among the inhabitants of the East Isles, they solicit converts to their way of life. Saliligor is shown as a dolphin with a ..

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[loom-ah-VOKS-oe-ran] East Isles god of Haragala East Isles pantheon Lumavoxoran is the god of a modern naval power, Haragala. His temple in Haragala contains a giant pool of liquid which changes colors depending on the god’s moods and which is used for divination. His image is that of a billowing sail upon which eyes have ..

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[HOE-bee-mah-RONG] East Isles god of Golden Mokato East Isles pantheon Supposedly, Hobimarong has never made a mistake. His island ruled the enormous Eastern Sea Empire during the Second Age. At that time, the many East Isles worked together under Mokato’s strict domination to rule half the world’s oceans. His idols are colored red on the ..

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East Isles god of barbers and the island of Rathmorasomangon East Isles pantheon This exotic deity’s worshipers believe that properly grooming one’s hair is an act of sacred import which can reveal mystical secrets. They know both how to regrow hair on a bald head and to destroy unwanted hair permanently. Their island of Rathmorasomangon ..

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[AR-ah-gan-THOE-sus] East Islander god of the island of Faranvogath East Islander pantheon The people of Faranvogath worship a type of gigantic plant indigenous to the island. Each person is attached to one of these plants by a long tendril or vine. The inhabitants are friendly and seem happy, though they can never leave their island. ..

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