Clerics are the only magic users that don’t really freak everybody out.

Typically they live in cloistered priories and abbeys inside towns and cities or along well-traveled routes. They serve specific deities and operate as liaisons between the common people and the divine. They’re seen less as conjurers of magic than as conduits, channeling the might of their god to achieve a purpose. Often, their gifts are regarded as a service available for trade just like any other commodity.


  • Knowledge – divinity and scrying
  • Life – vitality and healing
  • Light – truth and fire
  • Nature – protection and communication
  • Tempest – offense and defense
  • Trickery – mobility and manipulation
  • War – tactics and efficiency

The Gods

There are four paramount gods.
Each represents a duality called arfádrech.
The whole contains a high aspect called mórdrech and a low aspect called ísealdrech.


The god of Life and Death.
Known in Draconic as Mihi, in Elvish as Mahya,
and in Dwarven as Maibya.

Lesser gods of Ammuk–mórdrech include Zhywe of healing, Glanis of the clear springs, Chiron of medicine, Mokosh of shearing and weaving, Karmanor of the harvest, and Ua-Ildak of pastures.

Lesser gods of Ammuk–íseldrech include Flins of death; Morana of winter; Namtar of diseases; Yeomra the King of the Underworld; Keres, the spirits of cruel and unjust deaths; and Bagiennik, the demons in the waters.


The god of Nature and War.
Known in Draconic as Hov, in Elvish as Fairra,
and in Dwarven as Gwynt.

Lesser gods of Yenta–mórdrech include Houji of nourishment, YanWanli of crepe myrtles, Aja of the animals, Abnoba of rivers, Anpiel the protector of birds, Siliniez of moss, and Ahti of the depths and sea life.
Radogost the god of sacred hospitality, and is one of the most prominent lesser gods of Gantórann.

Lesser gods of Yenta–íseldrech include Tawals of the fields and meadows, Svarog of smithing, Ipabog of the hunt, Andarta of victory, Enyo of bloodshed, and Svetorid of battle.


The god of Light and Tempest.
Known in Draconic as Far, in Elvish as Waïan,
and in Dwarven as Pri.

Lesser gods of Parri–mórdrech include Kresnik of fire, Dazjbog of the sun, Hadur of smelting furnaces, Temis of justice, and Koliada of the sky.

Lesser gods of Parri–íseldrech include Varpulis of storm winds, Perun of thunder, Indra of chaos, Byggolmai of unpredictable summer breezes, Saranyu of clouds, and Stribog of the air.


The god of Knowledge and Trickery.
Known in Draconic as Ahk, in Elvish as Omma,
and in Dwarven as Enech.

Lesser gods of Aushi–mórdrech include Ogma of the written word, Coeus of intellect, Gamayun of curiosity, Prakorimas of fate, Ashwatthama of weaponry, and Gwanyu of strategy.
Porewit of travelers and journeys, protector of the lost, is one of the most important lesser gods in Gantórann, and the patron god of Chippinghoul.

Lesser gods of Aushi–íseldrech include Dhat-Badan of oases, Juthrbog of the moon, Abhean of poetry, Nasreddin of ambiguity, Sheker of comforting lies, Horkos the punisher of oathbreakers, and Ningikuma of marshes.


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