Deities of Astilan
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Each deity page will have the following format.
HOW TO READ THE ENTRIES
DEITY’S NAME [phonetic spelling] (other names the deity is known by)
How the world sees the deity? What role the deity have in the world? What are the major myths surrounding the deity? Who are the deity’s enemies and allies? How long has the deity existed on Astilan?
Power: The level of power a deity has. Based on length of existence and number of followers. There are five levels: Overgod, Greater God, Lesser God, Demi-god, and Quasi-deity. However, none of the deities of Astilan have the status of Overgod.
Symbol: The symbol that the deity is known by, also usually the holy symbol of a cleric of that deity.
Alignment: The alignment of the deity.
Aspects: The ideals, creatures, races, places, professions, and elements that fall under the watch of the deity.
Plane of Existence: The plane on which the deity truly exists.
Domains: The domains of influence, which a deity is known for and that the deity grants to clerics. The number of domains the deity offers to a cleric is dependent upon the power level of the deity.
Weapon Proficiency: The weapons a cleric of the deity has learned how to use.
Armor Proficiency: The armor a cleric of the deity has learned how to use.
Tool Proficiency: Tools a cleric of the deity has learned how to use.
Saving Throws: All clerics have Wisdom, but different deity's clerics have varied other saves.
Skills: The skills a cleric of the deity can choose.
Turn Undead: Whether the deity grants clerics the ability to turn or control the undead, or what power replaces that ability when using Channel Divinity.
Back from the Dead: Because of the varying beliefs of the deities, if or how they allow their clerics to bring beings back from the dead varies. There are four categories in which the deities fall: None – they may not bring back the dead; Resurrect – they may only use spells such as Raise Dead or Resurrect; Reincarnate – they may only reincarnate; Any – they may use any method.
High Temple: The location of the most sacred and usually most important temple of the deity.
High Cleric: The name of the high cleric.
Number of Faithful: The approximate number of mortal followers of the deity.
Associated Groups: Any organizations that are known to be in the service of the deity. This often includes deity-based prestige classes.
Dogma: The guide for the everyday worshiper of the deity.
Deities are listed in order of prominence, as defined by number of worshipers and perceived and actual power level. A brief description of the deity is listed.
Dresta - Matron of the world, Creator of the day, Keeper of beauty, and Mistress of magic
Arsuranyodel - Sister of Dresta, Creator of the night, Protector of the weak
Dedestroyt - Overseer of death, Bringer of destruction
Habastly - Guardian of Nature, Bringer of life, Sun Father
Drunbar - Father of the Mountain Dwarves, Magic's Foe
Wandle - Daughter of Gehanna
Vokan - Maker of Storms
Mya - The Lady of Knights
Toa - Keeper of Traditions
Celetal - Thought Spring
Tyrogatore - Scalefather, The Mighty
Gruweas - Lawbringer, The Maker of Order
Compture - The Change
Tommimao - Traveler's Friend, The Liberator
Alarault - Ravager of Arcane, Lord of Rage
Zornialot - The Horror Below