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Post Posted: Sun Mar 26, 2017 8:56 pm 

One of my all time favorite supplements for any RPG is Unknown Gods. I recently purchased the updated version from Judges Guild but was unhappy to see it did not include the Major Gods from the original source material.  So, I have taken it upon myself to rework the supplement to include these deities.  My question is, am I missing any?  Please add to the list below and reference its source if you know it.  Thanks in advance!

Armadad Bog, God of the Viridians, Water God of Death

Athena, Battle Goddess of Wisdom

Harmakhis, God of Death

Mitra, God of Justice, Fire and Law

Mycr, the Unknown One

Nephtlys, Goddess of Wealth

Odin, Battle God of Knowledge

Set, God of Evil and the Night

Thor, Battle God of Lightning and Storms

Seker, God of Light

Thoth, God of Knowledge and Learning

Adorak Tau, Sun God of the Gishmesh

Amala, Warrior Goddess

Aram Kor

Dunatis, God of Mountains

Hanuman the Accursed, Ape God

The Kutrilogy - Kutalagon, Kutabold, and Kutienna

Natch Ur, God of Deep Earth

Rosmerta, Goddess of Wealth

Selanii, Paldorian Goddess of the Sea

Shang Ta, God of the Sky

Tama Hama, Goddess of Passion and Lust


Ugtargnt, Demon-Goddess of Disease

Yezud, the Spider God

Yog, God of the Outer Darkness

Vala Tar, Sea-Mother

Angall of the Perpetual Void

Modron, Demi-goddess of the Estuary of Roglaroon

Mokmalla, Demi-goddess of Love

Morg, Demi-god of Order

Gods of Pegana

The Toad God of the Mermist Swamp

Zin Naou, Demi-god of Disease

Rash'l, God of Tyranny (by James Mishler)

Matu, the Sky God (from Wondrous Weapons)


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Post Posted: Wed Mar 29, 2017 3:34 pm 

Great list! Let's see . . .

* the big monthly festivals in CSIO are dedicated to a bunch of RL classical deities: Brigid, Mabon, the Dagda, Teutates, Quetzalcoatl, Lugh, Apollo and the Fenris Wolf as well as Modron, Thoth, Odin and Harmakis on your list

* Druids of Doom is technically a Wilderlands module featuring Astokph. the Deity of Travel and the Transporter of the Dead

* Book of Ruins ditto, "Temple of Tarsham" provides stats for the title deity (a demigod associated with earth, specifically the surface of the planet) along with his CE wife Shellost, who rules the underground. Trivia, the art here implies that she dresses like Storm from 1970s X-Men comics

* Citadel of Fire ditto, Matu showed up there first as God of Battle.

* Lots of gods "hang out in the City State" with Balder himself running a wine shop, Reneat Goddess of Good Fortune dancing elsewhere in town, Arghrasmak the Gargoyle God living in his temple, Manannan will probably show up if someone messes with the Sea God Temple there and Pan himself haunts the Park of Obscene Statues often enough to get stats

* Bast, an unnamed "Fly God" and Ran Goddess of Death name-checked elsewhere in CSIO

* The Sewer God lurking below the city in Wraith Overlord

* Goibhnie, Blacksmith of the Gods in Thunderhold

* Vague figures "the Fagma goddess," "the Forest god" (a/k/a the Great Stag) and "the Sordigan god" come up in passing in CSWE

* Hephaestius [sic] in Byrny (Mines of Custalcon), not to mention a surprise cameo by "Kali" worshippers

* The One God of Grita Heath in the Witches Court Marshes (not MYCR, a separate monotheistic religion)

* Thunderwind the Wolf God, Book of Treasure Maps 1 (technically a Wilderlands supplement)

* Dionysus and an unnamed "god of dwarves" in Pegasus installment 1

* Amlifos / Enlifos, the moon goddess / demon of Pegasus installment 3

* Cutul-Nyar, powerful "demon" in the court of Asmodeus worshipped in Pegasus 6

* Gunnora, Goddess of the Harvest, Fertility and All Good Women
-- Arthranax, Greater Lord of Evil
-- Glor'diadel, spelling shifts a little but generally lawful good (all in Pegasus 8 )

* Hexainaber, has a dwarf cleric from Chim in Pegasus 9

* The Ant God, Pegasus 10, really just a big ant but can somehow grant clerical spells


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Post Posted: Thu Mar 30, 2017 7:51 pm 

Awesome!  Thanks Martinglass!

There was a list over at thepiazza.org.uk that I have copied and expanded on, here is now what I have so far, the ones with page references are the ones I have actually researched myself.  I hope to be able to reference the original source material for every god ever mentioned, as a footnote, in my final compilation.  Thanks so much for your help!

City state:
Temple of the Toad(Toad): High Priest Kudrun the Peaceful
Temple of Harmaklius(Harmaklius): god of death
Varuna demigod of Cosmic Law and Justice
Hanuman the Accursed: Worshipped by Toddy Carchimbor
The Scribe Baldur: Masquerading as Angerfrew in a wine shop
Exotic Food Shop (Idun) Worshipped by Rheu Dather in the exotic food shop
The Sea God Temple(Manannan) Negardis the Upright
Temple of the Spider-God(Nephtlys, goddess of wealth)
Park of Obscene Statues (Pan)
Temple of Odin(Odin)
Temple of Thoth(Thoth)
Hell-Bridge Temple (Thoth)
Temple of the Gargoyle(Arghrasmak): Laghar the High Priest
Mung, Kib, Sish, Roon (and others)-  Temple of Pegana
Temple of Rosmerta (Rosmerta):
Thunderhold Temple of Goibhnie(Goibhnie), Blacksmith of the Gods: Thunderhold
The Dagda
Fenris Wolf
Reneat, Goddess of Good Fortune
The Fly God
Ran, Goddess of Death

World Emperor
Armadad Bog (God of Death)
Shang Ta (sky god)
Natch Ur (God of deep earth)
Tama Hama
Sordigon -Ravathene has a statue from this religion found in an abandoned temple - Guidebook 3 pg 66
Mycr (The Unknown one)
The Red Demon Raider -Shops pg 51
Fagma Goddess
The Forest God (the Great Stag)

Tarantis "
Pudage" Adorak-Tau, Sun God pg 7
"Guedankst" Selanii, Goddess of the Sea pg 8
"Olna Kodue" Tolna Budane, God of Light pg 8
Zin Naou, God of Disease pg 8
"Roule Dona" Polna Ku, Goddess of Desire pg 8
"Seekers of Insight" Learden Su, God of Knowledge pg 8
The Wolf God; book 2 pg 26
The Dancing Snake God; book 2 pg 26

Modron Goddess of Rivers - write-up pg 5,6
Proteus "Shepherd of Neptune" - pg 6
Mitra - pg 7, 21, 27

Wraith Overlord
"…priest of a god of drink,"  Chezl, pg 9
Evil God of Pagana  - Room D pg 41
Abanadoned God of Thieves - pg 47
Secret, specialized God (of thieves?)- reference to, pg 48
Spider God - pg 55
Goddess of Wealth (within the Temple of the Spider God) - pgs 55-59
The Sewer God - pg 65
Odin, pg 109

Issue #1(Black ring) Anubis
Issue #1(Black ring) Dionysus
Issues #3(Isle of Blest) Enlifos (Moon Goddess)
Issues #3 (Isle of Blest) Amlifos (Moon Goddess)
Issue #6 (The Azurerain Pirates) Neptune
Issue #6 (The Azurerain Pirates) Cutul-nyar
Issue #7 (Kthentas Dark Repose) 464 Demons of Despair
Issue #7 (Kthentas Dark Repose) Moratha
Issue #7 (Kthentas Dark Repose) The Laughing One
Issue #7 (Kthentas Dark Repose) Arawn
Issue #8 (Threat in the North) Artgranax / Athranax?
Issue #8 Threat in the North) Glordiadel
Issue #8 (Threat in the North) ?
Issue #8 (Threat in the North) Gunnora
Issue #9 (Nirang's keep) Hexainaber
Issue #10(Revenge of the Ant God) unnamed
Issue #12 (Ignoble Inns) Aslotan

Issue #2 - No References
Issue #4 - No References
Issue #5 - No References
Issue 11 -- no official references (a piece on weapons pg 17         has several gods, but unclear if they belong in the JG         world
Issue 14 -- no references

Fortress Badabaskor
Angall of the Perpetual Void - pg 5 and mentioned throughout
Regjherbal, the Lord of Three Deaths (really a hydra) - pg 25
Zanaaphic All king of the Spirit Universe - pg 5

Mines of Custalcon

Spies of Light Elf
Grome, King of the Land Below the Roots - pg 8

Wondrous Weapons
Matu, the Sky God - pg 17
Heidnel (Heimdal?) - pg 7
Odin - pg 7
Borin Sure-eye (claims this god is dead) - pg 14
Matu, the Sky God - pg 17
Luniste, God of Thunderstorms - pg 21
Mitra - pg 45
Satan - pg 47
"Gods of Law" - pg 47

Wondrous Relics
Beeman, demi-god - pg 6
Crizil?  (could be a god or the name of his high priest) - pg 7
Volcanis, the Volcano God - pg 15
Dwarlu, demi-god and figheter of evil, only parts of his petrified hand remain - pg 29
This work also has several references to Saints and Heroes

Book of Ruins
Tarsham, demi-god of Earth - pg 25 and full write up pg 26
Shellost, demi-god of Earth - pg 25 and full write up pg 26

Witches Court Marshes
The "one all-powerful, all knowing god" (mosy likely Mycr) - page 11, 18
Vedren One-Hand prayed for provender, which was granted (I plan to use Bastiken, given the circumstances) - page 12

Shield Maidens of Sea Rune
Odin - page 6, 9
Thor - page 6, 7
Freya - page 9
Tsathoggus - page 27
Mitra - pge 27
Thiria, Moon Goddess - page 63,

Wilderlands of High Fantasy

Fantastic Wilderlands Beyond

Wilderlands of the Fantastic Reaches

Wilderlands of the Magic Realm(maps 11,12,13,14)

Unknown Sea god of the Sea-Sovreign Islands
Unknown goddess of Island of Metallantor
Unknown Great Mother of Island of Hant
Unknown ancient god. Possibly a snake god?
Unknown Sun god worshipped by pacifist monks
Unknown Sea nymph god
Unknown God of the Slain Islanders. Demands human sacrifices each full moon.
Unknown Statue of an unnamed warrior god
Unknown Idol of an unnamed 10-armed god(dess?)
Unknown Unnamed forgotten god. Associated with dryads?

Book of Treasure Maps I
Hanuman the Accursed
Thunderwind the Wolf God

Book of Treasure Maps II
Unnamed Forgotten God of Evil

Book of Treasure Maps III

Ilheidrin Book
Bastiken, God of Farmers and Fields- pg 18, 20

Caverns of Thracia
Thanatos, God of Death - pg 6, 7, (Incarnation of) 24, 25, 57,
Athena - pg 23
Apollo - pg 47
Zeus - pg 67
"goddess of love" - pg 70

Citadel of Fire
Matu, God of Battle

Dark Tower
Mitra - pg 5+
Set - pg 5+
Ishtar - pg 42

Druids of Doom
Astokph - God of Travel and Transporter of the Dead - pg 3-5, 7, 10
Snake-god - pg 24
God of the Forest - pg 34
Goddess of the Forest - pg 35

Fantastic Personalities
Rashtri - pg3, 41
Thoth - pg 5
Fenris Wolf - pg 5

F'dech Fo's Tomb
Utigetcho, God of the Jungles, the Jaguar God - pg 5 and full write up pg 14

First Fantasy campaign (Above map 3?)
None, unless you count the Church of The Facts of Life, whose god, naturally, would have to look like Tootie

Frontier Forts of Kelnore

Glory Hole Dwarven Mine

Lost Man's Trail
"Gods of the Grymlocks" - pg 31

Pirates of Hagrost

Prey of Darkness
Gore, Four-Headed Orc God - pg 4
Blood, Orc God - pg 21

Tegel Manor
Tsathoggus, the Frog God - pg 3
Thor - pg 4
Harmakis (G11) - pg 16
Quetzalcoatl (I8) - pg 18
Odin (K1) - pg 19
Vali - pg 19

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Post Posted: Tue Apr 04, 2017 12:21 am 


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Post Posted: Sat Apr 08, 2017 10:57 pm 

Just updated my master list, see the above entry.

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