Return of Hadrach
Temur, Major Deity, Father of the Gods, Patron of Politicians, Earth, and Safety
Father of the Gods
|Alignment: Lawful Neutral||Symbol: Crown and Coin|
|Domains: Law, Protection, Strength, Earth, Nobility||Weapon: Longsword|
Priests of Temur are often consulted on the rule of law and in some places, asked to act as judges. Usually dressed in white and yellow vestments, priests of Temur will wear silver and gold armor when they take the field.
Laifa, Major Deity, Mother of the Gods, Patron of Mother, Home, Childbearing, and Water
Mother of the Gods
|Alignment: Neutral Good||Symbol: Wheat and Scepter|
|Domains: Animal, Good, Healing, Protection, Water||Weapon: Flail (Light and Heavy)|
Patrons of the home, priests of Laifa are usually dressed in browns and tans, and are known to travel about their towns and cities, helping with households, childbearing, and families.
Murgle, Major Deity, Lord of the Underworld, Guardian of the Dead
First son of Laifa
|Alignment: Neutral Evil||Symbol: Skull & Vines|
|Domains: Death, Destruction, Evil, War, Fire||Weapon: Scythe|
Funerals are usually performed by priests of Murgle, unless the deceased was powerful in a different church or the family chooses to pay for funeral rites with another priesthood. They regularly care for graveyards and burial sites, and tending to the dead. They actually have an abhorrance to necromancy and the disturbance of the dead, but it is widely believed they work with necromancers in secret.
Grunnush, Major Deity, God of Air, Patron of Chaos, Disorder, Fear, and Weakness
Second son of Laifa
|Alignment: Chaotic Neutral||Symbol: Bird|
|Domains: Air, Chaos, Destruction, Trickery, Weather||Weapon: Longbow (including composite)|
Sailors often invoke prayers to Grunnush, and more than a few priests are hired on by wealthy ships captains to protect valuable cargo. Dockside shrines are regularly tended to, and there are always a few priests around to provide prayers and blessings to departing ships. The priests are regularly dressed in pale blues and greens, and can be found anywhere the weather is considered extreme.
Palenon, Major Deity, God of Goodness and Light, Patron of Warriors, Glorious Deeds, and Life
Third son of Laifa
|Alignment: Lawful Good||Symbol: The Sun (with a Face)|
|Domains: Good, Healing, Sun, War, Glory||Weapon: Morning Star|
Priests of Palenon are often dressed in reds and white robes. In battle, they trade those for armor and red and white tabard with a golden sun in the center. In civilian settings, they often supplement city guard or military, working closely with the courts or maintaining hospitals.
Marsa, Minor Deity, Goddess of Love, Patron of Lovers, Spring, and Fertility
Daughter of Laifa
|Alignment: Chaotic Good||Symbol: The Moon|
|Domains: Animal, Healing, Plant, Charm, Madness||Weapon: Short bow (including composite)|
Priests of Marsa regularly dress in the colors of spring – yellows, oranges, light greens. They are most busy during planting season, blessing farms and crops, and caring for animals. They work closely with druids during the rest of the year, doing their part to mediate disputes between the more natural druids and local civilization. Those priests who serve in cities focus their work around hospitals, veterinary centers, and gardens.
Elise, Minor Deity, the Traveler, Patron of Shadows, Secrets, and Pain
Daughter of Murgle
|Alignment: Chaotic Evil||Symbol: Mirror|
|Domains: Travel, Darkness, Knowledge, Magic, Evil||Weapon: Glaive|
Elise is unique among all the pantheons as she accepts clerics from all alignments except Lawful Good.
Followers of Elise are usually found wandering the roads and cities of the world. They are dressed in comfortable traveling clothes and sometimes carry a staff with a mirror. Those who come to do battle against priests of Elise find they are able to swiftly convert the staff to a glaive with ease. The temples to Elise are considered to be waystations open to any. If a priest is in attendance, it is usually because they are just passing through.
Vurda, Minor Deity, Lord of Hate and Decay
Daughter of Murgle
|Alignment: Lawful Evil||Symbol: Laughing Skull|
|Domains: Death, Destruction, Earth, Evil, Law||Weapon: Two Handed Sword|
Priests of Vurda wear dark brown or black robes, shave their heads and often add tattoos to their scalps. They also dye their arms and hands black. Temples to Vurda are dark, windowless, and often underground. Few people go to priests of Vurda, but they will welcome anyone who seeks the priesthood out.
A few human clerics align themselves not with any particular god, but rather represent the eternal balance of the universe. These generalist clerics are simply referred to as Reverends or Ministers.
|Alignment: True Neutral||Symbol: Scales|
|Domains: Any two||Weapon: Warhammer|