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The Quelmar Deities are a pantheon of divine powers that create, patrol, and manipulate the various planes of the Quelmar Universe.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Quelmar, as a project of the gods, is watched over by the council of greater gods who helped create it, as well as a handful of lesser gods who later became attached to the Quelmar project during the Plane Wars or otherwise, followed by nearly countless demi-gods: creatures recognized by the gods for their significant impact on Quelmar and granted divine immortality and spectating capabilities over the realm.

A singular god might go under different names and appearances in different times and places. For example, in Ta-Shedet, the greater gods were often depicted with the heads of animals.

While individuals in Quelmar may find themselves attached to many powerful beings, the following lists encapsulate the most popular and well-known deities in the realm.

While most gods in Quelmar gift power to their followers through divine magic, some opt instead to form pacts with those that seek them out and become Warlock Patrons.

The Creators: Greater Gods[edit source]

These are the gods that are incredibly powerful, the gods that gods fear. Many of them are the original creators of the Quelmar Realm, while others are realm builders who have ascended the ranks during the Plane Wars. Their worshipers are diverse and everywhere, their power feared or inspiring to the deities of lesser rank. Most deities wish to aspire to this classification, though few, if any, ever have.

Greater Gods (* Denotes Creator of Quelmar)
God Domain(s)
Obad-Hai* Nature
Mielikki* Nature
Gruumsh* Tempest
Garl Glittergold* Trickery
Moradin* Knowledge
Vecna Knowledge
Pelor* Life, Light
Corellon Light
Nerull Death
Bahamut War
Tiamat War


The Tied: Lesser Gods[edit | edit source]

Lesser gods would be offended to be called demi-gods, but unlike the creator deities, they often involve themselves with mortals. They are usually concerned with their worshipers. At the very least, they value their worshipers for their own existence, for without them, they would lose their power. At most, they are sympathetic and may directly involve themselves in the happenstances of the mortal world. However, this involvement is usually indirect.

List of Lesser Gods
God Domain(s)
Sardior Knowledge, Trickery
Chronepsis Life
Torog Death
Raven Queen Death, Life
Asmodeus Knowledge, War
Oghma Knowledge
Isis Knowledge, Life
Sehanine Moonbow Knowledge
Yondalla Nature
Olidammara Trickery
Sharess Trickery
Lolth Trickery
Bane War
Stuckies Trickery
Queen Titania of the Seelie Court Nature
The Law of Probability Mathematics
M'at'akan Sun, Fire, Life
Xarzith-Dian, The Frozen Dawn Life, Death, Knowledge
Dysian Life, Curiosity
He Who Knocks Nature, Twilight
Beshaba Trickery
Odin War
Zeus Tempest

The Granted: Demi-Gods[edit | edit source]

Demi-gods are aspiring gods who may have few worshipers, but desire greatness. They are the most likely to be granting spells to mortals, interfering in their affairs, or even just observing the mortal realms. They are often so new to their divinity, they cannot yet shake their interest in mortality and it may take them several centuries to truly feel beyond it.

Demi-gods are sometimes created from one of the greater gods as aspects, avatars, or extensions of their divine will. Pelor's aspect Lathander is an example of this phenomenon.

Death: Azazel, Silent

Knowledge: Hat, Ioun, Waukeen

Life: Helm, Kossuth

Light: Lathander, Selûne

Nature: Grumbar, Reesec

Tempest: Iakhovas, Istishia, Kragnux

Trickery: Akadi, Kurtulmak

War: Sargonnas, Vanitthu

The Servants: Exarchs[edit | edit source]

Exarchs are servants of a greater or lesser god. They possess powers comparable to demi-gods, but whereas demi-gods generally strive to bolster their own divinity, exarchs exist to serve the interests and enforce the will of a more powerful deity. Exarchs can be just as inclined, however, to intervene in the mortal realms as gods or patrons. For more information on who an exarch serves, see their article.

The Nordic-inspired gods of Ysgard who serve under Odin are examples of exarchs.

Death: Delphi, Hermes, Iyachtu

Knowledge: Venaleth, Ye'Cind

Life: Dionysus, Eve

Light: Apollo, Echemus

Nature: Aegir, Oran

Tempest:

Trickery: Durzibethinus, Loki

War: Spinel, Tyr

See Also[edit | edit source]

The Quelmar Realm
Continents AmusaBremeIsonhoundKistonLevinkanOsugboPteris
Divisions Kingdoms (Before 390 PR) • Domains (After 390 PR)
Citizens Player CharactersNPCsRacesBloodlines
History Timeline of the Quelmar Realm • ( PreBRPRCRPost )

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