Tag : Orlanthi pantheon

Is everyone forgetting the existence of the hate everyone clan – i.e vadrus’s group – by definition Uz are more accepting. 1. The children of Vadrus actually ended up serving Orlanth in one capacity or another. They were the destructive storm, but Orlanth is the King of Storms and can make them serve his purpose. ..

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Given that we have a good foot or more of snow on the ground, now is a good time to talk about Valind within the context of Orlanthi society. Valind is the God of Winter, and his cult is associated with Orlanth Adventurous, providing Snow. The cults of Valind and Orlanth are friendly and associated, ..

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[MAL-ee-uh] Mother of disease, one of the Unholy Trio Chaos pantheon Orlanthi pantheon Uz pantheon Mallia was a fertile goddess who was either captured and enslaved by Ragnaglar, or freely joined his plot (depending on the storyteller). She was part of the spell made by Ragnaglar and Thed which allowed chaos into the world. Though ..

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Orlanthi pantheon The storm gods were the last of the elemental gods born, and they protested that they had been cheated of their power by those who came before. Many other spirits and deities joined in the protest, and collectively these rebels were termed the Young Gods. Most Lightbringers are included in this category, as ..

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[VAE-druhs] The Ill wind, Bad Wind Orlanthi pantheon Vadrus was a storm god of unrestrained violence and its attendant destruction. His nameless minions, the Vadrudi, are still called upon when someone wants a destroying wind. He had some famous and hated children such as Valind, Gagarth, and Molanni. Vadrus was killed by chaos during the ..

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[UHM-brol] Father of sylphs Orlanthi pantheon see Kolat Umbrol has little mythos or worship, but holds an important place in the genealogy of the gods. He is usually shown as a whirlwind, the form his sylph children ..

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[OO-math] The Destroyer, Primal Storm, King Storm Orlanthi pantheon Umath fathered the many important air and storm deities, and his special attributes are strength and violence. He broke the universe apart to create a home for his children and is remembered as either a great villain or a great hero by everyone in the world. He ..

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[yoo-LEHR-ee-ah] Goddess of love and former Celestial Court goddess of life Celestial Court Doraddi pantheon Orlanthi pantheon Solar pantheon Uleria represents Love in all its forms: eros, agape, lust, platonic, etc. She commands those powers which bring things or people together. She may be the only deity of the Celestial Court to survive the Great ..

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Eastern Pantheon Lunar Pantheon Orlanthi Pantheon Doraddi Pantheon Uz Pantheon Solar pantheon Many gods, such as Orlanth, the Red Goddess, and the Trickster, have thief aspects. Many thieves worship no gods at all, depending instead on their own skills and wit to evade detection. But there are a few small cults wholly devoted to robbery ..

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Berserker god, Chaos-killer, Desert Storm Orlanthi pantheon Praxian pantheon Also known as Urox the Storm Bull. Storm Bull is a god of untamed animal power and passion — too unruly to be welcome in many pantheons. His wild and intense fury could best even chaos, and so this berserk deity led the war of the ..

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[OAR-lanth] Head of the Council of the Gods, Storm god, Chieftain, and Warrior, one of the Lightbringers Orlanthi pantheon Orlanth is the King of the Gods, Master of Storms, Death Wielder, and Bringer of Light. He is the heir to great portions of his father’s realms, and thus he is sometimes confused with Umath in ..

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[oe-DAE-lah] The Deep Hunter Orlanthi pantheon Odayla is the son of Orlanth. The tales told of him are much like those told of other hunters. His companion is always a shadow cat, and Odayla’s hunters are forbidden to slay these animals except in extreme need. He is usually shown as a young man dressed in ..

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[OEK-fed] The wild fire, one of the Lowfires Orlanth pantheon Solar pantheon Praxian pantheon Kolating Tradition Oakfed, the god of Wild Fire, destroyed many forests and even burnt down stone palaces during the Gods War. He was tamed in Prax by Waha, in other regions by their ruling deities. Oakfed now sleeps, but can be ..

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[mah-STAH-koes] Orlanth’s charioteer, the god with no home Orlanthi pantheon Mastakos was captured by Orlanth at Daliath‘s Well of Wisdom. Mastakos continually travels over all the world, but whenever he is called by Orlanth he instantly appears to serve him. He is rarely worshiped in his own right. Mastakos is shown as a blue-skinned man ..

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Goddess of Fighting, Quakebeasts, and Earthquakes Orlanthi pantheon Doraddi pantheon This goddess is often called the Earth Shaker. She is the sister of Ernalda, and was once generous and kind. Maran took no husband or lover. When the troubles of the Gods War came, she took the title of Gor, and became an object of ..

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[mah-HOE-may] The Hearth Fire, one of the Lowfires Orlanthi pantheon Solar pantheon Doraddi pantheons Mahome is the common fire. She has befriended man, but refused the beasts her comfort. She is the servant of the gods, and prepares the meals for their mighty feastings. Amongst the Orlanthi, she is one of the traditional household goddesses ..

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Servants of humanity Doraddi pantheon Orlanthi pantheon Solar pantheon The Lowfires are those types of fire which are known to mankind: the hearth, the workfire, and wildfire. They are esteemed by primitives, valued by barbarians, despised by sun and sky worshipers, and revered as companions by commoners. Write up Page Year Runes PersonalRune Notes Cults ..

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Orlanthi pantheon Fellowship formed to restore the Sun Orlanth’s killing of Yelm sparked the beginning of the Great Darkness. Orlanth realized the doom which he had brought to the world, and knew that he must right his wrongs by bringing Yelm back to life. He set off with his companions, later dubbed the Lightbringers, and ..

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[LANK-er MIGH] Lord of knowledge, one of the Lightbringers Orlanthi pantheon Lhankor Mhy is the god of the Grey Lords, the sages of Glorantha. Keeper of the Laws, Scribe of the Immortals, and History Singer are his titles. He is one of the Lightbringers, and during that epic quest he inherited, found, fought for, and ..

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[LAHRN-stay] God of Change Celestial Court Eastern pantheon Orlanthi pantheon Solar pantheon As a member of the Celestial Court, Larnste fashioned the rune of movement and change. When death came into the world, Larnste initially took the responsibility of separating those dead spirits from those still living. The dead spirits he gave into the care ..

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[LAN-bril] King of Thieves Orlanthi pantheon Lanbril was a near-human resident of the Spike during Godtime. He was scorned by more ancient and powerful gods who had vastly superior magic. In revenge Lanbril secretly robbed and inconvenienced the gods who had spurned him. Lanbril is now worshiped by thieves and other lowly types in most ..

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[KOE-laht] Father of winds Orlanthi pantheon see also Umbrol Kolat is the father of the Seven Winds: North Wind, South Wind, East Wind, West Wind, plus three secret winds (Higher, Lower, and No-wind) known only to a few living people. He is also called Umbrol, the parent of the Umbroli, fathers of sylphs. Kolat is ..

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[IS-sahr-eez] God of trade and communication, one of the Lightbringers Orlanthi pantheon Issaries is Lord of Trade, Guardian of Roads, Messenger of the Gods, and the psychopomp of the Orlanthi. Initiates of his cult are merchants and heralds, protected by their god’s reputation and power. The cult language, Trade Talk, was spread by the God ..

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Goddess of Fog [ee-FAR-ah] Merman pantheon Orlanthi pantheons Sea pantheon When beset by enemy gods, Iphara wrapped her power about her for protection, like a thick grey cloak. Since that time she has always appeared as fog, and within her body are held fearful mist-monsters and the powers of illusion. Sailors especially curse her. Sometimes ..

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[ee-NOR-uh] Goddess of mountaintop winter Orlanthi pantheon Praxian pantheon Uz pantheon Inora is the goddess of winter mountain tops. Her cool beauty descends to the lowlands, and in Prax sometimes brings water to the most arid regions. Her calm beauty shrouds an icy wrath which brings silent devastation. Trolls use rock from mountain tops to ..

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