Not all gods are of equal power. The weakest, the demigods, are often ascended mortals, children of weaker gods, or major gods that somehow suffered a loss of power. In ascending order of power above demigod are the lesser, intermediate, and greater gods, with the last being the movers and shakers of the universe, concerned with fundamental or overwhelming forces. In addition to these categories are the hero-deities (who have just gained a foothold on divinity and can grant spells to worshipers) and quasi-deities, who have become something more than mortals but still less than gods. Hero-deities and quasi-deities tend to have very small and localized followings.

The Greyhawk Pantheon

Boccob Dorgha Torgu Ehlonna Heward
Incabulos Iuz Joramy Kelanen
Keoghtom Ralishaz Saint Cuthbert Trithereon
Tsolorandril Wastri Zagyg

The Elder Elemental Trinity

Elder Elemental Eye Tharizdun Vilp-akf ’cho Rentaq

The Baklunish Pantheon

Al’Akbar Azor’alq Daoud Geshtai
Istus Mouqol Xan Yae Zuoken

The Flan Pantheon
Allitur Beory Berei Earth Dragon
Krovis Kyuss Mayaheine Myhriss
Nerull Obad-Hai Pelor Rao
The Serpent Vathris Vecna Zodal

The Oeridian Pantheon

Atroa Bleredd Celestian Cyndor Daern
Delleb Erythnul Fharlanghn Heironeous Hextor
Johydee Kurell Kuroth Lirr Merikka
Murlynd Myhriss Olidammara Pholtus Procan
Raxivort Rudd Sotillion Stern Alia Stratis
Telchur Ulaa Velnius Wenta Zilchus

The Olman Pantheon
Camazotz Chitza-Atlan Coatlicue Huhueteotl
Hurakon Mictlantecuhtli Ometeotl Quetzalcoatl
Tezcatlipoca Tlaloc Tlazoteotl Tonatiuh

The Suel Pantheon
Beltar Bralm Dalt Fortubo Jascar
Kord Lendor Llerg Lydia Nazarn
Norebo Osprem Phaulkon Phyton Pyremius
Ranet Syrul Vatun Wee Jas Xerbo

The Touv Pantheon
Berna Breeka Damaran Katay
Kundo Meyanok Nola Uvot
Vara Vogan Xanag

The Olven Pantheon
Aerdrie Faenya Corellon Larethian Deep Sashelas
Erevan Ilesere Fenmarel Mestarine Gadhelyn
Hanali Celanil Labelas Enoreth Rillifane Rallathil
Sehanine Moonbow Solonor Thelandira Ye’Cind

The Drow Pantheon
Keptolo Kiaransali Lolth Vhaeraun Zinzerena

The Dwur Pantheon
Abbathor Berronar Truesilver Clangeddin Silverbeard
Diirinka Dugmaren Brightmantle Dumathoin
Gendwar Argrim Laduguer Moradin
Muamman Duathal Vergadain

The Hobniz Pantheon
Arvoreen Brandobaris Charmalaine Cyrrollalee
Sheela Peryroyl Urogalan Yondalla

The Noniz Pantheon
Baervan Wildwanderer Baravar Cloakshadow
Callarduran Smoothhands Flandal Steelskin
Gaerdal Ironhand Garl Glittergold
Roykyn Segojan Earthcaller

The Euroz Pantheon
Bahgtru Gruumsh Ilneval Luthic Shargaas Yurtrus

The Goblinoid Pantheon
Bargrivyek Gaknulak Grankhul Hruggek
Khurgorbaeyag Kurtulmak Maglubiyet Nomog-Geaya

The Dragon Pantheon
Aasterinian Bahamut Chronepsis Falazure Io Tiamat

The Giant Pantheon
Annam Grolantor Hiatea Iallanis
Karontor Memnor Skoraeus Stonebones Stronmaus
Surtr Thrym Vaprak

The Monster Pantheon
Blibdoolpoolp Doresain Eadro Great Mother Ilsensine
Laogzed Merrshaulk Panzuriel Raxivort Sekolah
Semuanya Shekinester Sixin Skerrit Squerrik

All gods are so far beyond the power of mortals that their relative strengths are irrelevant to mortals, so there is no difference between a spell granted by a greater god and the same spell granted by a demigod. Likewise, a cleric of a demigod suffers no hindrances or limitations (such as class level limits or spell level limits) compared to a cleric of a greater god (other than any specific limitations either god may place upon her clerics). Finally, no god above demigod level may enter the Prime Material Plane of Oerth without the consensus of a majority of the gods of Oerth. A few exceptions to this are Ehlonna, Fharlanghn, Obad-Hai, and Olidammara (who chose the Prime Material Plane as their native realm rather than one of the outer planes), Beory (who may actually be the Oerth itself), and St. Cuthbert (who was allowed to come to Oerth to fight Iuz on more than one occasion, though this last action might carry a price to be paid in the future).

Each god’s entry here gives its name, most common titles or aliases among worshipers, general alignment, power level, and areas of concern. The name is the most common name by which that god is known or to the largest number of people. The listed alignment is the god’s primary alignment and is the alignment that a cleric should use to determine his own alignment. Any parenthetical alignment listed after the main alignment is the most common alignment variance that the god shows, and most clerics are of the god’s main alignment or the secondary alignment.


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