Religion.   Posted by Narrator.Group: 0
Narrator
 GM, 4 posts
Wed 30 Oct 2019
at 17:47
Relig
Great Mother
“Mother” of all, the one true god who watches, protects and punishes all.

Sphereboard
Referenced to as a great game played by destinies and greater powers that determine the fate of the world. A dragonboy often wonders what their piece on the sphere board is. Akin to the entirety of the universe, including dimensions and astral planes.

Haddish
Home of the Sauronlord Waakzaam

Subworld of Chaos
where astral projections and black mirror travel goes through

Pocket Realm of the Lords Tetraan
The Game center, a swirling sphere of psychic energy that pulsed slowly through the red part of the spectrum, oscillating between a dark dim red and brilliant ruby.

Old Gods (old donoi gods)
Scholars said and taught in the Temple, that the old donoi gods were actually aspects of the Mother, misperceived by men. This idea had been used to keep alive their names even to the day of the Empire of the Rose and the rule of the witches. (12?)
Invoking the names of the old gods is considered disrespectful to the Great Mother, and thus not done openly. Not many believe in the old gods anymore.


Caymo
The god of wine and of song and good times in general. Caymo was a brown-skinned god with a white beard and a bald head and a prodigious belly in which he could put away enormous quantities of wine.  Jolly old Caymo, lord of wine, song, and the pleasures of the flesh, was known by his horns and swine's tail and big red nose. Carries a knife to cut your throat if you gamble away your inheritance.

Vok
The god of the ocean and shipping.

Asgah
A harsher old god, a god of war. Held a rose stem in his mouth from which blood ran. Ashgah of the sword. If you were sufficiently brave and valorous, Asgah might save you for his own. Those chosen by Asgah in the days of Veronath the Golden, lived long lives despite a multitude of risks and dangers

Gongo
Of the death ride, one of the harshest old gods.

Auros
God of rational belief, prayed to when a city is under siege, for him to come down and save them from the demon at the gates. Called the “sea bull,” and he was said to possess the largest penis in the universe.

Gongo
Asgah delivers the souls of the dead to Gongo in the caverns of the dead. A monster with eight heads and thirty-seven arms? Who lived in a cavern beneath the world and ruled the souls of the dead unless they were specifically taken up by one of the gods of the upper world

Vesco
As fire god of the ancient Vero, Vesco, maker of lava, had been much concerned with dragons, as they were his heraldic beasts. When the dragons of the northland were attacked by frost trolls, Vesco had taken up his great hammer and gone to their aid. In the resultant battle, Vesco hammered the frost trolls and created snow.
However, in the process a vital piece of Vesco was lost in Dragon Home. According to ancient lore, that part missing was his penis. Vesco's servants rode out across the world and searched everywhere, but could not find it until at last they came to Dragon Home where they found the god's lost member. Vesco rewarded the dragons with the gift of speech and the gift of shared thinking.

Dragon Lore
Razulgab - At night, the red star. The Dragon Star. When Dragons die, it is a belief they “Lie at rest under the Red Star”. When a dragon dies, which ever Red Star is in the sky, their shade goes to rest there.

Zebulpator - Another red star, Zebulpator rode high above the moon, and this position was known to be unlucky, indeed quite ominous. All the wyverns were affected, and while Wild Dragons resist it at first, they succumb after the red star passes over the moon. The red star rides high; the moon passed beneath it last night. The dragons have been withdrawn ever since. It happens every year, but they regard it as an omen for death

Great Book of Dian
A religious belief of the Crall. Fanatics.
The Book cannot be read, only heard. No other gods may be spoken of without a lashing and a week in the stocks.

Temple of the Goddess Gingo-La
A Cultist Temple of the enemy. Sephis was reborn here.
In the city of Dzu

Great Aten
Of far off Kassim

Great Bos
Mirchaz statue to a great figure. One of the Children of Los, the Sinni. Zizma Bos

Lugad
God of ancient Kraheen. Lugad had given the world to his faithful Kraheen. The Prophet. Cult of the God of Stone.

Lord Protector
God of the Ancient Fire. God of the Czardhans and Kassimi of the far off Eigo

Seven Spirits
Erris – Infused life into the air of the worlds. Both female and male, founder of the Order of the Pure.

Los - Lord of Light. Creator of the worlds.

Waakzaam – bringer of grounding to the worlds. Wizards and mages grow up in his shadow

Cerule – Queen of the sky and ally of Erris. Witches grow up in her shadow.

Thousand Gods
Bakanites believe in more than a thousand gods, all a part of a complex pantheon.
Narrator
 GM, 7 posts
Wed 30 Oct 2019
at 17:52
Religion
The Stars
Constellations
The Goat
The Ram

Stars
Razulgab - At night, the red star. The Dragon Star. When Dragons die, it is a belief they “Lie at rest under the Red Star”. This is where all Dragons go.

Zebulpator - Another red star, Zebulpator rode high above the moon, and this position was known to be unlucky, indeed quite ominous. All the wyverns were affected, and while Wild Dragons resist it at first, they succumb after the red star passes over the moon. The red star rides high; the moon passed beneath it last night. The dragons have been withdrawn ever since. It happens every year, but they regard it as an omen for death

Salt Star – A green star (prominent Summer star)

Dexterbee – a blue-white star (prominent Summer star)
Narrator
 GM, 8 posts
Wed 30 Oct 2019
at 17:53
Religion
Fortune-Tellers
Much like any traveling band, fortune-tellers accompany festivals. Stereotypically they use red and white striped tent, with a (fake) gold signboard with scarlet lettering, proclaiming they are “The Great” as a title, as if earned. The fortune teller wears a purple conical hat covered in magical signs picked out in gold and silver, and a black velvet robe. A small red table with a great glass globe that faintly glows is their table of fortune.

A long narrow box contains six ivory sticks. Tossing the sticks into the box, the fortune-teller reads an individuals possible future.

The Indicator – Matter of Destiny
House of War – Great Trial where survival isn’t guaranteed
House of Destiny
Seven on Seven – Signifies great events in the offing. The rarest of stick throws, never thrown more than 3 times in a row.
Hanged Man & Cat O’er the Moon – wheels of destiny in motion
True Sword
Door to Her Wisdom Open