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Koldenwelt is home to a number of gods unrelated to either the Colossi or the Simulacra, who are lesser in power but nonetheless far beyond the reach of mortals. These divinities are typically part of their own individual pantheons.

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    Isiris 

Isiris

Species: None
Alignment: True Neutral

"Praise Isiris."

Isiris is a force that is widely believed to be the highest divinity in the cosmos, beyond even the Colossi and Simulacra, and possibly having created them as well. She is unconcerned with morality and Her sole interest is achieving a balance, causing Her to manifest both good and evil presences in the world to see it done. She is present in nearly all religions of Koldenwelt to some extent, with some such as the humans of Aynach having Her as the chief deity of their faith.


  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: In order to fulfill Her will, Isiris sometimes incarnates as a mortal, who goes on to do whatever it is She desires to do. Such individuals are known as Facets, and they're typically unaware of their connection to Isiris until they fulfill Her task, in which case they ascend to demigod-hood. Examples of Facets include Norrigan of Aynach and Kanna the Headhunter.
  • Blue and Orange Morality: Isiris has no interest in mortal morality, acting solely for creating a balance between good, evil, law and chaos. If there is too much good, She may unleash a force of darkness to see it balanced; the suffering it may cause is irrelevant.
  • Eldritch Abomination: A formless and omnipotent force, implied to be the very soul of the world, who can't be understood by mortals and acts both in their favour or against them depending on what She believes is necessary.
  • Genius Loci: Some theories claim Isiris is the soul of Koldenwelt itself.
  • The Ghost: Isiris is formless and unseen, and despite its heavy impact on the world, none have ever gazed upon Her true form (if she even has one).
  • God: The closest thing in the setting. Isiris is said to be omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent.
  • The Maker: Believed to be the creator of the Aethereal Firmament in a number of cultures.
  • Top God: Beyond all other gods of the setting, and implied to have created many of them.

    Pheonas 

Pheonas

Species: None
Alignment: Chaotic Good

"Even in darkness, the Firebringer brings light. Even fallen, the Teacher guides us all. Even in chains, the God of Freedom is free."

The chief deity of much of the Empire of Man, Pheonas is a mysterious deity who is allegedly imprisoned beneath the Sea of Sand. Representing freedom, fire, steel and smithing, he is worshipped by mankind in symbolism of their own freedom over their former elven masters and their industry.


  • All of the Other Reindeer: Supposedly betrayed by the other gods, which led him to be known by names such as The Outcast or The Fallen God.
  • The Blacksmith: One of his main spheres is smithing, and he is said to be a divine craftsman.
  • Extra-ore-dinary: He is heavily associated with metals, due to his smithing motif.
  • The Ghost: Has not appeared in the flesh in any stories, despite being part of the lore.
  • God of Good: In human cultures, and likely the closest to the truth, he is regarded as a benevolent deity. Certain elven cultures would disagree, however.
  • I Have Many Names: Named Bhenashi the Firebringer by the Adamantine Elves and Setalas Visaretam by the Sovereignty of Dryada.
  • Light 'em Up: He's said to have divine power over Light Magic.
  • Playing with Fire: Among his spheres is fire, which symbolizes the heat of a forge. He holds divine power over Fire Magic.
  • Physical God: A physical earthly god, who is currently imprisoned away.
  • Red Baron: The God of Freedom, The Fallen God, The Outcast, The Asura, The Teacher, The Argent Covenant.
  • Sealed Good in a Can: He's believed to be imprisoned under the Sea of Sand. As it happens, that's directly beneath where his more ardent followers reside.
  • Unreliable Narrator: His legend claims he was betrayed and imprisoned by the Old Colossi due to granting gifts of knowledge to mortals. This goes against the fact the Old Colossi were generally unconcerned with mortals or partook in the same activities themselves. This puts the identity of his true captors in question.

    Murinus Verium 

Murinus Verium

Species: None
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral

The god of the Terefah ratfolk, Murinus Verium is an earthly god who inhabits the depths of the Vermin Kingdom, where he devours the corpses of all dead ratfolk through the act of decomposition and occasionally delivers blessings to particularly devoted followers such as the shamanic heads of his church. His existence is largely unknown to races beyond his rat followers.


  • All of the Other Reindeer: He represents the ratfolk's feelings of neglect and mistreatment by the other races of the world.
  • Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: A popular theory over his creation is that he's a reincarnation of the man who cursed the ratfolk into their current form, punished by Isiris into becoming their eternal caretaker.
  • Casting a Shadow: He has divine power over Dark Magic.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: While he has divine control over Dark Magic and resembles a monstrous rat, Murinus is a neutral force, concerned only with the continued existence of the ratfolk.
  • The Ghost: Has not appeared in the flesh in any stories, despite being part of the lore.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: He's sometimes depicted as a monstrous ratfolk with four arms.
  • Physical God: One of the lesser deities of the setting, but still far beyond the power of mortals, who physically inhabits the tunnels of the Vermin Kingdom.
  • Plaguemaster: Due to rats being heavily associated with diseases, Murinus Verium also has a strong affinity with them.
  • Rat King: On virtue of being the rat god of the rat people. He's typically content with leaving them to their own decides, however.
  • Red Baron: The Crowned Isolation.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes are pitch-red, and he can be very dangerous to those who would bring harm to his followers.
  • Rodents of Unusual Size: He's depicted either as a giant rat or a giant rat-man.

    Tlahlávra 

Tlahlávra

Species: Exalted Sovereign
Alignment: Lawful Evil

The third of the Celestial Deities alongside Soldalatel and Aethereus, Tlahlávra is a being who represents darkness and evil. He rules over a plane known as the Shadowrealm, and is credited as being the creator of the Shadow Drakes. He's the chief god in the religion of the Skaurovirn Domain.


  • Casting a Shadow: He has divine power over Dark Magic.
  • Dark Is Evil: Nearly pitch-black and utterly malevolent.
  • Draconic Humanoid: He's sometimes depicted as having the appearance of a humanoid dragon.
  • Enemy Civil War: He's said to be an Exalted Sovereign demon who rebelled against Caligaduro Provectus, becoming a god of his own right.
  • God of Evil: A malevolent force of darkness.
  • I Have Many Names: Also known as Tlahlarān, Drascasur (by the Skaurovirn) or Maharaksas the Unending (by his Shadowrealmer servants).
  • Monster Progenitor: He created the Shadow Drakes, who vaguely resemble him in appearance.
  • Our Demons Are Different: He's said to be a former Exalted Sovereign, who are the highest caste of Void demon, though he doesn't seem to have control over Void Magic anymore.
  • Red Baron: The Unending One, The Giver of Gifts, The Great Demon, Enemy of the Gods.

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