Chapter six: Glossary of Gods and Goddesses and Elementals

Author's Note: As you can see I decided to make this a separate chapter, this isn't essential reading, but you can read it if you want to, or just refer back.

Basically I have just put down any and every god and goddess I could find, as well as adding in a few I'll need for the story. If you can see any I have missed tell me and I'll give them a place.

Disclaimer: If you recognise them then they are not mine, if you don't they are. Today everything is thrown in together for you to sort out your self. Have fun!

Ps. If there is an next to a name then I added it, the same goes for positions and thus the names they carry.Elementals

Flame Mother Flame

Void Father Universe

North Eastern Mountains Chitral

Great Gods / Goddesses The God of War and Law

(Head of the Parthenon) Mithros

The Great Mother Goddess

(Head goddess) Yolanda

The Black God Sakaris

The Graveyard Hag Uriel

The Goddess of Mages Alathnia

Dream King Gainel

The Timekeeper Chronath

(I wouldn't get away with Chrono, would I?)

Trickster God Kiproth

The Smith God Jareth

The Sea Goddess Freya

The Goddess of Seers Shakith

The Cat Melino

Lesser Gods / Goddesses

God of the Hunt Weiryn

The Green Lady Sarra

The God of Darkness Greyus

Gods and Goddess' of Weather

(Storm Wardens) Gadreal (M)

Ilindra (F)

Karnay (F)

Damia (F)

Thain (M)

Rakail (M)

Goddess of the Weather

(Steward of the Skies) Armenia

Goddess of War and Molten Rock

Gunapi the Sunrose

Goddess of wells Jaguar

The God of Stones Yahzed

Animal Gods

Badger God (M) Badger

Platypus God (M) Broadfoot

Cat God (F) Queenclaw

Crow God (M) Dawn Crow

Crow God (F) Sky

If I have left anyone out please tell me and I'll add them.

Notes on what you just read: what I have written here is not necessarily consistent with what is in the books, on many parts I have tried to keep it as similar is I can. Some things I couldn't find or when I found them I had gone so long without them that they didn't seem to fit. Some aspects I came across in other books and others were made up or evolved as they were written (such as the part about forms).

Notes on Forms: Every being has a true form, the form their spirit takes after death. A human's true form does not have to be purely anthropomorphic (eg, Weiryn). Some people obtain their true form during life (Remember the four families? Their forms have been described). Once a being has found their true form whatever happens they will retain the eyes. The gods are immortals who have experienced their true form and can change from it or to it at will. They can change any thing about how they appear apart from their eyes. The way they most commonly appear would be how their worshipers and followers believe they exist.

Notes on Relationships: When the gods call each other brother or sister it is like when Jonathan called Thyat "cousin". It does not mean that they are related by blood but that they are equals in power. When a god or goddess is called "cousin" this means that the specified god or goddess is equal but weaker when they are outside of their own lands. A lesser god, such as a Storm Warden, would never refer to one of the Great Gods as either brother or sister as they are so much weaker.