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  • "Ultimate" Deity List (WIP)

    So just for the hell of it, I decided to try to write a list of all the deities I'd like to see in the game. I tried to include as many obscure pantheons as possible, though I release some of them might be too obscure to really be feasible. It's also not divided between gods and titans, with all of the pretty much grouped together by pantheon. Some pantheons were more easily researchable then others. I also did a lot of separation between what I acknowledge would be separate aspects of essentially the same deity, hence the seperate Greek and Roman pantheons, Yama, Yanluo and Emma-o being distinct, and other details like that. So, without further ado, here it is:

    Aboriginal Australian:
    Alinga
    Anjea
    Bahloo
    Baiame
    Balayang
    Bamapana
    Barraiya
    Bila
    Birrahgnooloo
    Bunjil
    Daramulum
    Dirawong
    Djanggao
    Eingana
    Galeru
    Gidja
    Gnowee
    Jar’Edo Wens
    Julunggul
    Karora
    Karraru
    Kidili
    Kinie Ger
    Kunapipi
    Mamaragan
    Mangar-kunjer-kunja
    Nabudi
    Nargun
    Ngintaka
    Palpinkalare
    Puckowe
    Tiddalik
    Waa
    Wagyl
    Wambeen
    Wandjina
    Wati Kutjarra
    Wuluwaid
    Yhi

    Ainu:
    Chup
    Fuchi
    Hashinau-uk
    Irura
    Kando-Koro
    Kanna
    Kotan
    Moshiri
    Okikurmi
    Rukoro
    Shiramba
    Uari
    Wakka-Ush

    Algonquian:
    Ae-pungishimook
    Bibon
    Cheeby-aub-oozoo
    Geezhigoquae
    Gitchi Odjig
    Maudjee-kawiss
    Muzzu-kummik-quae
    Nanabozho
    Nokomis
    Pukawiss
    Uktena

    Arabic:
    Abgal
    Aglibol
    Allat
    Amm
    Atargatis
    Atarsamain
    Bahamut
    Beelshamen
    Dhat Badan
    Dushara
    Falak
    Hubal
    Ilmaqah
    Kutbay
    Malakbel
    Manat
    Nakrah
    Nasr
    Nuha
    Orotalt
    Qaum
    Qaysha
    Qos
    Rayyan
    Ruda
    Shamal
    Shams
    Uzza
    Wadd

    Armenian:
    Anahit
    Aramazd
    Ara
    Astghik
    Barsamin
    Hayk
    Mihr
    Nane
    Spandaramet
    Tork Angegh
    Tsovinar
    Vahagn

    Ashanti:
    Anansi
    Asase Ya
    Bosomuru
    Nyame
    Osebo
    Owu
    Tano

    Axumite:
    Ashtar
    Beher
    Maher

    Aztec:
    Atlaua
    Camaxtli
    Centeotl
    Chalchiutlicue
    Chantico
    Cihuacoatl
    Coatlicue
    Copil
    Coyolxauhqui
    Huehuecoyotl
    Huehueteotl
    Huitzilopochtli
    Huixtocihuatl
    Itzlacoliuhqui
    Itzpapalotl
    Malinalxochitl
    Metzli
    Mictecacihuatl
    Mictlantecuhtli
    Ometeotl
    Patecatl
    Piltzintecuhtli
    Quetzalcoatl
    Quetzalpetlatl
    Tecciztecatl
    Tepeyollotl
    Tezcatlipoca
    Tlaloc
    Tlazolteotl
    Toci
    Tonatiuh
    Xilonen
    Xipe Totec
    Xiuhtecuhtli
    Xoaltecuhtli
    Xochipilli
    Xochiquetzal
    Xolotl
    Yacatecuhtli

    Balinese:
    Barong
    Batara Kala
    Dewi Sri
    Nyai Loro Kidul
    Rangda
    Satesuyara
    Twalen

    Baltic:
    Aitvaras
    Ausra
    Austaras
    Austeja
    Bangputys
    Bubilas
    Dalia
    Dievas
    Ezerinis
    Giltine
    Gondas
    Gyvate
    Javinis
    Kaukas
    Laume
    Menuo
    Milda
    Perkunas
    Pizius
    Ragana
    Saule
    Senelis
    Upinis
    Vakarine

    Bantu:
    Angoromea
    Gongobira
    Kabila
    Kaitumba
    Katende
    Kaviungo
    Kisimbi
    Loango
    Matamba
    Nkosi Mukumbe
    Nzambi
    Tempo
    Wunje
    Zumbaranda

    Basque:
    Aide
    Ataegina
    Candamius
    Cariociecus
    Eacus
    Eate
    Egoi
    Eki
    Gaizkin
    Ilargi
    Indalo
    Inguma
    Iurbira
    Mari
    Orko
    Sugaar
    Urtzi

    Bellona and Rennell Islands:
    Baabenga
    Ekeitehua
    Kaitahitahi
    Kaukaugogo
    Mahuike
    Mautikitiki
    Nge’obiongo
    Nguatupu’a
    Sikingimoemoe
    Sinakabi
    Tehainga’atua
    Tehanonga
    Tepoutu’uingangi
    Teu’uhi
    Titikanohimata
    Tupaukia

    Bicolano:
    Adlao
    Asuang
    Bacunawa
    Batala
    Bituoon
    Bulan
    Cagurangan
    Daga
    Dagat
    Gugurang
    Haliya
    Languiton
    Magindang
    Okot
    Onos
    Paros
    Tubigan

    Buddhist:
    Achala
    Amitabha
    Avalokiteshvara
    Dhritarashtra
    Kshitigarbha
    Kundali
    Maitreya
    Manjushri
    Mara
    Samantabadhra
    Shakyamuni
    Tara
    Trailokyavijaya
    Vairochana
    Vaishravana
    Vajrabhairava
    Vajrayaksha
    Virudhaka
    Virupaksha

    Bunyoro:
    Isaza
    Kaikare
    Kibuka
    Kigare
    Lubanga
    Mugizi
    Muhingo
    Mulindwa
    Munume
    Ndaula
    Nyakakaikuru
    Nyamiyonga
    Nyinamweru
    Ruhanga
    Simbu
    Wamala

    Burmese:
    Bago Medaw
    Mahagiri
    Min Kyawswa
    Myinbyushin
    Naga Medaw
    Poan Ma Kyi
    Popa Medaw
    Shwe Phying Siblings
    U Shin Gyi

    Canaanite:
    Anat
    Astarte
    Athtar
    Baal
    Chemosh
    Dagon
    El
    Horon
    Kosharoth
    Kothar
    Melqart
    Moloch
    Mot
    Pidraya
    Qedesh
    Rahmay
    Resheph
    Shahar
    Shalim
    Shapshu
    Yam
    Yarick
    Zebub

    Ceram:
    Ameta
    Bulane
    Lanite
    Lia Matai
    Mulua Satente
    Tapele

    Cherokee:
    Asagaya
    Geyaguga
    Kalona
    Kana’ti
    Nun’Yunu’Wi
    Selu
    Sutalidihi
    Tsul’kalu
    Wi-Na-Go

    Chinese:
    Cai Shen
    Chang’e
    Changyi
    Chi You
    Da Ji
    Erlang
    Fei Lian
    Fuxi
    Gong Gong
    Guan Yu
    Guanyin
    He Bo
    Houyi
    Huang Di
    Iinzha
    Lei Gong
    Lei Zu
    Li Jing
    Mazu
    Meng Po
    Muzha
    Nezha
    Niulang
    Nuwa
    Pangu
    Shangdi
    Shaodian
    Shennong
    Sun Wukong
    Wen Chang
    Xihe
    Xing Tian
    Xiwangmu
    Xuanxiao
    Yan Di
    Yanluo
    Youyiao
    Yue Lao
    Yu Shi
    Zao Shen
    Zhenwudadi
    Zhinu
    Zhong Kui
    Zhu Rong

    Eight Immortals:
    Cao Guojiu
    Han Xiangzi
    He Xian’gu
    Lan Caihe
    Li Tieguai
    Lu Dongbin
    Zhang Guolao
    Zhongli Quan

    Four Dragon Kings:
    Ao Guang
    Ao Ming
    Ao Qin
    Ao Rung

    Choctaw:
    Abohli
    Bohpoli
    Choctaw
    Eskeilay
    Hashtali
    Hatakachafa
    Heloha
    Hvashi
    Melatha
    Nanishta
    Ohoyochisba
    Uncta

    Circassian:
    Aminon
    Barastyr
    Bartraz
    Donbettir
    Faelvaera
    Huyaendon Aelder
    Kurdalaegon
    Pizighash
    Satanaya
    Saubarag
    Safa
    Sosruquo
    Tlepsh
    Tutyr
    Uacilla
    Uastyrdzhi
    Warzameg
    Xwycau

    Dahomey:
    Age
    Gleti
    Mawu
    Shakpana
    Xevioso

    Dinka:
    Abuk
    Deng
    Garang
    Nhialic

    Dogon:
    Amma
    Arou
    Blacksmith
    Crocodile
    Domno
    Dyon
    Lebe Serou
    Ono
    Pale Fox
    Snake
    Yoruga

    Egyptian:
    Ammit
    Amun
    Anpu (Anubis)
    Anput
    Anuket
    Apep
    Aset (Isis)
    Ash
    Aten
    Atum
    Babi
    Bastet
    Bes
    Djehuty (Thoth)
    Duamutef
    Geb
    Hapi
    Hapy
    Heka
    Heqet
    Heru (Horus)
    Het-Heru (Hathor)
    Imhotep
    Imsety
    Kebauet
    Kebechet
    Khepri
    Khnum
    Khonsu
    Kuk
    Ma’at
    Maahes
    Mafdet
    Meretseger
    Min
    Monthu
    Mut
    Nebthet (Nephthys)
    Nehebkau
    Neith
    Nekhbet
    Nu
    Nun
    Nut
    Ptah
    Qebehsenuef
    Ra
    Renenutet
    Satet
    Sekhmet
    Serket
    Seshat
    Set
    Shezmu
    Shu
    Sobek
    Tawaret
    Tefnut
    Wadjet
    Wepwawet
    Wesir (Osiris)

    Elamitic:
    Inshushinak
    Jabru
    Khumban
    Kiririsha
    Lahurati
    Nahundi
    Napir
    Pinikir

    Etruscan:
    Atuns
    Cautha
    Charun
    Cilens
    Leinth
    Manea
    Mantus
    Selvans
    Tages
    Veltha

    Finnish:
    Ahti
    Akka
    Ilmarinen
    Kullervo
    Kuu
    Lempo
    Louhi
    Loviatar
    Mielikki
    Paivatar
    Peko
    Pikne
    Surma
    Tapio
    Tuoni
    Tursas
    Ukko
    Vainamoinen
    Ved-ava

    Gaulish and Brittanic:
    Alaunus
    Andarta
    Ankou
    Artio
    Ataegina
    Bandua
    Barinthus
    Belenos
    Belisama
    Borvo
    Camulos
    Cernunnos
    Cissonius
    Damona
    Dis Pater
    Endovelicus
    Epona
    Esus
    Gobnhios
    Grannus
    Herecura
    Lenus
    Loucetios
    Lugus
    Mogons
    Nabia
    Nantosuelta
    Nemetona
    Nodens
    Ogmios
    Orgos
    Reve
    Rosmerta
    Segomo
    Sirona
    Sukellos
    Sulis
    Taranis
    Teutates
    Trebaruna

    Georgian:
    Agdilis Dada
    Amirani
    Armazi
    Baadur
    Dali
    Dilis Varskvlavi
    Gatsi
    Gaim
    Kolkheti
    Tamar
    Tetri Giorgi
    Zadeni

    Germanic:
    Ermunaz
    Fraujo
    Frijjo
    Fullo
    Ingwaz
    Nerbuz
    Punraz
    Sowilo
    Teiwaz
    Tuisco
    Wodanaz
    Wulpuz
    Wurdiz

    Greek:
    Aphrodite
    Apollo
    Ares
    Artemis
    Athena
    Demeter
    Dionysus
    Hades
    Hecate
    Hephaestus
    Hera
    Hercules
    Hermes
    Pan
    Persephone
    Poseidon
    Zeus

    Daemones:
    Aeolus
    Amphitrite
    Anteros
    Asclepius
    Ate
    Boreas
    Bia
    Caerus
    Charon
    Chrysus
    Deimos
    Despoina
    Enyo
    Epiphron
    Erebus
    Eris
    Eros
    Harmonia
    Hebe
    Hypnos
    Iris
    Kratos
    Lyssa
    Melinoe
    Moros
    Nike
    Nemesis
    Phobos
    Proteus
    Thanatos
    Tyche
    Zelus

    Titans:
    Asteria
    Astraeus
    Atlas
    Chronus
    Coeus
    Crius
    Eos
    Helios
    Hyperion
    Iapetus
    Kronos
    Lelantos
    Leto
    Menoetius
    Mnemosyne
    Nyx
    Oceanus
    Ouranos
    Pallas
    Perses
    Phoebe
    Prometheus
    Rhea
    Selene
    Theia
    Themis

    Guanche:
    Achaman
    Achuguayo
    Achuhucanac
    Chaxiraxi
    Chijoraji
    Magec

    Guarani:
    Abaangui
    Angatupry
    Ao Ao
    Arasy
    Jasy Jatere
    Kurupi
    Luison
    Mboi Tui
    Monai
    Nhanderuvucu
    Pombero
    Pytajovai
    Tau
    Teju Jagua
    Tupa

    Haida:
    Djila’qons
    Ha-ilī’las
    HI’liñA
    Qō’yagiagA’ndal
    Sea-Foam-Woman
    Skîl djā’ada-i
    Sraana guud hiilng waas
    Ta’ñgwan lā’na
    Tia
    Watghadagaang
    Xe-ū
    Xhuuya

    Haitian Voodoo:
    Agwe
    Aida Wedo
    Ashadeh Boco
    Ayizan
    Azaka
    Baron Samedi
    Carrefour
    Congo Zandor
    Damballa
    Dan Petro
    Dinclinsin
    Erzulie
    Gran Bois
    Kalfu
    Legba
    Loko
    Mama Brigitte
    Mami Wata
    Ogun
    Shango
    Shakpana

    Hindu:
    Aditi
    Agni
    Aranyani
    Arjuna
    Ashoksundari
    Bagalamukhi
    Bakasura
    Brahma
    Buddhi
    Chandra
    Daksha
    Danu
    Durga
    Ganesha
    Ganga
    Garuda
    Hanuman
    Indra
    Indrani
    Kali
    Kama
    Kartikay
    Kshema
    Kumbhakarna
    Labha
    Lakshmi
    Mahishasura
    Manasa
    Mayasura
    Mitra
    Nirrti
    Parvati
    Pavaka
    Pavamana
    Prasuti
    Pushan
    Rahu
    Raktavija
    Ratri
    Ravana
    Rudra
    Santoshi
    Saranyu
    Sarasvati
    Savitr
    Shachi
    Shani
    Shiva
    Shukra
    Siddhi
    Skanda
    Soma
    Suchi
    Surya
    Svaha
    Tapti
    Tvashtri
    Ushas
    Vak
    Varuna
    Varuni
    Vayu
    Vibhishana
    Virochana
    Vishnu
    Vishvakarman
    Vritra
    Yama
    Yami
    Yamuna

    Hittite:
    A’as
    Alalu
    Allani
    Aranzahas
    Arinniti
    Aruna
    Astabis
    Cybele
    Hahhima
    Hannahanna
    Hanwasuit
    Hapantali
    Hasameli
    Hatepuna
    Hattia
    Hebat
    Hedammu
    Illuyanka
    Inara
    Ishara
    Istanu
    Istustaya
    Jarri
    Kamrusepa
    Karunta
    Kashku
    Khipa
    Kumarbi
    Kurunta
    Lelwani
    Papaya
    Peruwa
    Sandan
    Sauska
    Sharruma
    Tarhun
    Tasmisus
    Tawara
    Telipinu
    Teshub
    Ubelluris
    Ullikummi
    Ushhuni
    Wurrunkatti

    Igbo:
    Agbala
    Agwu Nsi
    Ahia Njoku
    Ala
    Amadioha
    Ani
    Anyanwu
    Ekwensu
    Ibini Ukpi
    Idemili
    Ikenga
    Mbari
    Mkpakatu
    Mmo
    Ogbunabali

    Incan:
    Ayar Cachi
    Cavillaca
    Ccoa
    Chasca
    Cocamama
    Coniraya
    Illapa
    Inti
    Kon
    Kuychi
    Mamacocha
    Mamaquilla
    Pachacamac
    Pachamama
    Supay
    Taguapaca
    Urcuchillay
    Vichama
    Viracocha

    Inuit:
    Amaguq
    Anguta
    Aningat
    Aukjuk
    Eqaltejoq
    Inugpasug
    Isararrataitsoq
    Isitoq
    Itinnuaq
    Kadlu
    Kaglulik
    Kanajuk
    Kataum
    Kigatilik
    Kinak
    Kivioq
    Mallemak
    Nakturiak
    Nanook
    Narssuk
    Nunam
    Pinga
    Pompeja
    Qalupalik
    Qimmiuk
    Sedna
    Seqineq
    Sila
    Tapasuma
    Tatqim
    Tulungersak
    Unga

    Irish:
    Aengus
    Aine
    Airmed
    Badb
    Balor
    Boann
    Bodb Derg
    Bres
    Brigid
    Caer Ibormeith
    Cailleach
    Cairbre
    Cethlenn
    Cian
    Cliodhna
    Crom Dubh
    Cu Chulainn
    Dagda
    Danu
    Dian Cecht
    Donn
    Elatha
    Emmas
    Eochaid
    Eriu
    Etain
    Ethniu
    Fand
    Flidais
    Gavida
    Llyr
    Lugh
    Macha
    Manannan
    Miach
    Midir
    Morrigan
    Niamh
    Nuada
    Ogma
    Ruadan
    Tuirenn

    Iroquios:
    Adekagagwaa
    Aireskoi
    Akonwara
    Atahensic
    Dajoji
    Deohako
    Doendzowes
    Doyadastethe
    Eitinoha
    Gaasyendietha
    Ga-oh
    Gendenwitha
    Gohone
    Ha Wen Neyu
    Hahgwehdaetgan
    Hahgwehdiyu
    Heng
    Hino
    Iosheka
    Neoga
    Onatha
    Onhdagwija
    Otgoe
    Otsoon
    Shagodiaqdane
    Sosondowah
    Tarhuhyiawahku
    Tawiskaron
    Ya-o-gah
    Yeyenthwus
    Yoskeha

    Japanese:
    Amaterasu
    Amatsu-Mikaboshi
    Benzaiten
    Bimbogami
    Ekibiogama
    Emma-o
    Fudo
    Fujin
    Hachiman
    Hoderi
    Hoori
    Hosuseri
    Inari
    Izanagi
    Izanami
    Kagu-tsuchi
    Kamimushi
    Kami-no-kaze
    Kojin
    Konohanasakuya
    Kushinada
    Marishiten
    Mizuhame
    Ninigi
    Okuninushi
    Omoikane
    Oshihomimi
    Otohime
    Oyohama
    Raijin
    Ryujin
    Saruta-hiko
    Shoko-o
    Suijin
    Susano-o
    Suseri
    Suzuka
    Takamimusubi
    Takemikazuchi
    Tsuki-yomi
    Uzume

    Shich Fukujin:
    Benton
    Bishamon
    Daikoku
    Ebisu
    Fukurokuju
    Hotei
    Jurojin

    Kachin:
    'n Bung
    Bunghpoi
    Hkring Wan
    Jahka
    Jan
    Jan Wa
    Karai Kasang
    La'n Roi
    Madai
    Marang
    Mashawhe
    Samhpwi Nang majan
    Samwi
    Shata
    Sinlap
    Woishun

    Khoi:
    Gauna
    Gunab
    Heitsi
    Tsui
    Utixo

    Korean:
    Cheukshin
    Dalsoon-Nim
    Gaxi Sonnim
    Habaek
    Haemosu
    Haesik-Nim
    Halmung
    Hwanin
    Igong
    Jumong
    Kimsuro
    Koenegitto
    Sanshin
    Tangun
    Yongwang
    Yuhwa

    Lakota:
    Anog Ite
    Capa
    Cetan
    Haokah
    Ictinike
    Iktomi
    Iya
    Skan
    Ta Tanka
    Tate
    Wakan Tanka
    Whope
    Wi

    Libyan:
    Amanai
    Anzar
    Ayyur
    Gurzil
    Hammon
    Ifri
    Mastiman
    Tanit

    Maasai:
    Enkai
    Le-eyo
    Neiterkob
    Olapa

    Malagasy:
    Babakoto
    Itrimobe
    Rafara
    Rapeto
    Raraky
    Tompondrano

    Malay:
    Awang
    Batara Guru
    Begor
    Berangga Kala
    Degor
    Rangga
    Seretang
    Siuh

    Manchu:
    Abka Hehe
    Banamu Hehe
    Golmin Sangiyan Alin
    Ilmun Khan
    Omosi Mama
    Tumu
    Ulden Hehe

    Mapuche:
    Chau
    Coi Coi-Vilu
    Echen
    Gualichu
    Huenauca
    Kai-Kai Filu
    Ko
    Kupuka Fucha
    Kuruf
    Kusge
    Kutral
    Lawen
    Mapu
    Mawida
    Nahuel
    Pillan
    Ten Ten-Vilu
    Tren-Tren
    Yancu

    Maya:
    Acat
    Ah-Chuy-Kak
    Ah-Kin
    Ah-Mun
    Ah-Muzen-Cab
    Ah-Puch
    Ahau Chamahez
    Awillix
    Bacab
    Cabrakan
    Camazotz
    Chaac
    Chac Uayab Xoc
    Coom Hau
    Ekchuah
    Hunahpu
    Hun Batz
    Hun Came
    Hunnal
    Huracan
    Itzamna
    Ixchel
    Ixtab
    Kinich
    Kukulkan
    Maximon
    Pauahtun
    Sucucyum
    Tohil
    Votan
    Vucub Came
    Vucub Caquix
    Xbalanque
    Xquic
    Yumcaax
    Yumcimil
    Zipacna

    Mbuti:
    Arebati
    Khonvoum
    Negogunogumbar
    Obrigwabibikwa
    Tore

    Mesopotamian:
    Adad
    Anshar
    Anu
    Anzu
    Apsu
    Assur
    Aya
    Bau
    Belili
    Druaga
    Enbilulu
    Enki
    Enlil
    Ereshkigal
    Gangir
    Girru
    Gugalanna
    Ishkur
    Ishtar
    Ki
    Kingu
    Lamashtu
    Lugalbanda
    Marduk
    Nabu
    Nanshe
    Nergal
    Ninazu
    Nindara
    Ningal
    Ninlil
    Ninhursag
    Ninsinnina
    Ninsun
    Ninurta
    Nisaba
    Nusku
    Pabilsag
    Pazuzu
    Ramman
    Sarpanit
    Shala
    Shamash
    Sin
    Tammuz
    Tiamat
    Utu

    Micronesian:
    Anagumang
    Anulap
    Isokelekel
    Olifat

    Minoan:
    Ariadne
    Asterion
    Britomartis
    Potnia Theron

    Miwok:
    Ah-wet-‘-che
    Choo’-hoo
    Hoo-soo’-pe
    Hul’-luk mi-yum’-ko
    Ke’-lok
    Kok’-kol
    Koo-loo’-loo
    Mol’-luk
    O-let’-te
    Os-so-so’-li
    Wek’-wek

    Mongol-Turkic:
    Ai Toyon
    Asena
    Ay Dede
    Aysyt
    Bai Baiania
    Chyky
    Eje
    Erlik
    Kidaai
    Koyash
    Kuara
    Tengri
    Ulgan
    Umay

    Muisca:
    Bachue
    Bochica
    Chaquen
    Chia
    Chibchacum
    Chiminigagua
    Cuchavera
    Huitaca
    Nencatacoa
    Sue

    Muscogee:
    Fayetu
    Hayuya
    Hvuse
    Ibofanaga
    Kikomihci
    Nerehvuresse
    Uvce
    Wikatcha
    Yahola

    Navajo:
    Asiih Estsan
    Begochidi
    Coyote
    Dichin
    Estanatlehi
    Hakaz Estsan
    Hastsehogan
    Hastseltsi
    Hastseoltoi
    Hastsezini
    Hatdastsisi
    Naestsan
    Nasskiddi
    Naste Estsan
    Nattsilit
    Nayanazgeni
    Neeshjah
    Niltsi
    Nohoilpi
    Sa
    Tgaei
    Tienoltsodi
    Tklehanoai
    Tonenili
    Tsohanoai
    Yadilyil
    Yebaad
    Yebaka
    Yebitsai
    Yolkai Estasan

    Norse:
    Aegir
    Angrboda
    Balder
    Bragi
    Dagr
    Fenrir
    Forseti
    Freya
    Freyr
    Frigg
    Gefjon
    Gerdr
    Gersemi
    Gridr
    Gullveig
    Heimdall
    Hel
    Hermod
    Hnoss
    Hod
    Idunn
    Jamsaxa
    Jord
    Jormungandr
    Loki
    Magni
    Meli
    Modi
    Nanna
    Narvi
    Nerthus
    Nidhoggr
    Njord
    Od
    Odin
    Ran
    Rind
    Sif
    Sigyn
    Skadi
    Sol
    Surtr
    Syn
    Thor
    Thrud
    Thrym
    Tyr
    Uller
    Utgard-Loki
    Vali
    Ve
    Vetr
    Vidar
    Vili
    Ymir

    Nubian:
    Anhur
    Apedemak
    Dedun
    Mandulis
    Menhit

    Nyanga:
    Kahindo
    Kasiyembe
    Katee
    Kentse
    Kiruka
    Kitundukutu
    Kubikubi
    Mitandi
    Mpaca
    Muisa
    Mukiti
    Musoka
    Mweri
    Mwindo
    Nkuba
    Ntumba
    Nyamurairi
    Ongo
    Yana

    Pawnee:
    Atira
    Dzunukwa
    Flint Man
    Kitsawitsak
    Nakiskat
    Pah
    Pahua
    Pahuk
    Shakuru
    Tirawa
    Tsurapako
    Uti Hiata

    Persian:
    Aesma
    Ahriman
    Airyaman
    Aka Manah
    Anahita
    Apaosha
    Ard
    Astovidad
    Atar
    Daena
    Goshorun
    Haoma
    Indar
    Jahi
    Mah
    Mithra
    Nanghaithya
    Rashnu
    Saurva
    Sij
    Sraosha
    Tawrich
    Tishtrya
    Vahram
    Vayu
    Zahhak
    Zam
    Zarich

    Polynesian:
    Haumia
    Hiiaka
    Hine
    Kahoali
    Kalaipahoa
    Kamapua’a
    Kamohoali’li
    Kana
    Kanaloa
    Laa
    La’ie
    Lono
    Mahuika
    Marama
    Maui
    Milu
    Miru
    Namaka
    Opuhala
    Papa
    Pele
    Poliahu
    Puenui
    Pulupulu
    Punga
    Rangi
    Rongo
    Ruamoko
    Tahu
    Tane
    Tawhaki
    Tawhiri ma tea
    Te Ata
    Tu
    Tuna
    Whaitiri
    Whiro

    Pueblo:
    Ahayuta
    Ahul
    Angak
    Awanyu
    Hu
    Iyatiku
    Kerwan
    Kokopelli
    Kotyangwuti
    Masauwu
    Muyingwa
    Nataska
    Pahana
    Patung
    Poqanghoya
    Sio Humis
    Stotuknang
    Sussistanako
    Taiowa
    Toho
    Tokpela

    Roman:
    Bacchus
    Bellona
    Caelus
    Ceres
    Cupid
    Diana
    Janus
    Juno
    Jupiter
    Laverna
    Luna
    Mars
    Mercury
    Minerva
    Neptune
    Orcus
    Phoebus
    Pluto
    Quirinus
    Saturn
    Sol Invictus
    Summanus
    Terra
    Trivia
    Venus
    Vesta
    Vulcan

    Sami:
    Beaivi
    Lieaibolmmai
    Mano
    Ruohtta
    Tiermes

    Samoan:
    Fainga’a
    Gege
    Lesa
    Losi
    Maniloa
    Nafanua
    Pili
    Savea
    Sina
    Taema-Tilafaiga
    Tangaloa
    Ti’i-Ti’i
    Toafa
    Vavau

    Siberian:
    Ak Ana
    Anapel
    Bugady Musun
    Khaltesh-Anki
    Kini’je
    Nga
    Pugu
    Quikinna’qu
    Todote
    Toko’yoto
    Xargi
    Xaya Iccita
    Zonget

    Slavic:
    Baba Yaga
    Belobog
    Berstuk
    Chernobog
    Chmarnik
    Chors
    Dazhbog
    Gabija
    Jarilo
    Jurate
    Kovlad
    Kresnik
    Lada
    Lunt-Ater
    Marzheena
    Mokosh
    Mokosits
    Morena
    Myesyats
    Pereplut
    Perun
    Pizamar
    Podaga
    Porenut
    Porevit
    Propalega
    Prove
    Radegast
    Rod
    Rugievit
    Runa
    Rygl
    Sim
    Stribog
    Svantovit
    Svarozhich
    Svetovid
    Triglav
    Tsar Mora
    Varpulis
    Veles
    Vesna
    Volos
    Zaria
    Zhiva
    Zirnitra
    Zorya
    Zywie

    Tagalog:
    Amanikable
    Anagolay
    Anitun Tabu
    Apolaki
    Bathala
    Dimangan
    Dumakulem
    Diyan Masalanta
    Hanan
    Hukluban
    Idiyanele
    Lakapati
    Mapulon
    Manggagaway
    Mangkukulam
    Manisilat
    Mayari
    Sitan
    Tala

    Taino:
    Atabei
    Baibrama
    Bayamanaco
    Boinayel
    Coatrischie
    Guabancex
    Guatauva
    Itiba Tahuvava
    Juracan
    Maquetaurie Guayaba
    Marohu
    Opiyelguabiran
    Yaya
    Yayael
    Yucahu

    Tarascan:
    Chicomecoatl
    Chupithiripeme
    Cuerauaperi
    Curicaueri
    Pevame
    Querenda-Angapeti
    Tihume
    Uitzimengari
    Xaratanga

    Thracian:
    Anzotica
    Armatus
    Bassareus
    Bendis
    Darzalas
    Kotys
    Sabazios
    Vidasus
    Zalmoxis
    Zibelthiurdos

    Tibetan:
    Bdud
    Btsan
    Dgra-Lha
    Gnyan
    Gza
    Klu
    Me-Lha
    Phyug-Lha
    Sa-Bdag
    Thab-Lha
    Thehu-Rang

    Tupari:
    Anatba Kolubeh
    Arkoanyo
    Aroteh
    Aunyaina
    Mulher
    Patobkia
    Patsiare
    Tova
    Valedjad

    Urartian:
    Arubani
    Bagvarti
    Huba
    Khaldi
    Selardi
    Shivini
    Teisheba
    Tushpuea

    Vietnamese:
    Ah Nhi
    Au Co
    Chu Dong Tu
    Chua Con Ho
    Con Gau
    Giat Hai
    Hong San
    Khong Lo
    Lac Long Quan
    Lieu Hanh
    Long Vuong
    Mat Ga Trong
    Ngoc Hoang
    Ong Lo
    Tan Vien
    Thach Sanh
    Than Giong
    Thien Loi
    Thuy Tinh
    Trang Chim

    Visayan:
    Alunsina
    Barangaw
    Inaginid
    Kaptan
    Liadlaw
    Libulan
    Lidagat
    Lihangin
    Likabutan
    Lisuga
    Maguayan
    Ribung Linti
    Santonilyo
    Tungkung Langit
    Ynaguinid

    Wabanaki:
    A-gaskw
    Ask-wee-da-eed
    Gluskab
    Kee-zos-en
    Malsumis
    Mat-gwas
    Moos-bas
    Nanom-keea-po-da
    Nee-ben
    Pe-ben
    Pla-ween-noo
    Pomola
    See-gwen
    Tabaldak
    Tsi-noo
    Wa-won-dee-a-megw
    Wad-zoos-en

    Welsh:
    Arawn
    Arianrhod
    Beli
    Bendigeidfran
    Bran
    Don
    Govannon
    Gwydion
    Gwyn ap Nudd
    Lleu Llaw Gyffes
    Mab
    Math Mathonwy
    Rhiannon

    Yoruba:
    Abata
    Aganju
    Aje Smaluga
    Erinle
    Eshu
    Gbonka
    Gun
    Ibeji
    Iwa
    Jakuta
    Moremi
    Oba
    Obatala
    Oduduwa
    Olokun
    Orisha-Oko
    Orungan
    Orunmila
    Oshosi
    Oshumare
    Oshun
    Oya
    Sapona
    Timi
    Yemanja

    Zapotec:
    Cocijo
    Coquebila
    Coqui Xee
    Huechaana
    Ndan
    Pixee Pecala

    Zulu:
    Inkosazana
    Intulo
    Mamlambo
    Mbaba Mwana Waresa
    Nokhubulwane
    Tikoloshe
    Uhlakanyana
    Ukqili
    Umvelinqangi
    Unkulunkulu
    Unwaba
    Uthlanga

    Other:
    Adroa
    Ai Apaeac
    Baphomet
    Kaang
    Maushop
    Serapis
    Sinaa
    Wayland



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  • #2
    Not sure if your looking for any additions, but sense they can be tricky to research online, if you want to expand the Cherokee a bit you can add Sutalidihi (the sun), Geyaguga (the moon), Kana'ti (the lucky hunter) and Selu (corn).

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    • #3
      Thanks for the Cherokee suggestions!
      Made some edits. Expanded the Hittite, Korean, Iroquios and Cherokee pantheons and made heavy revisions to the Polynesian, with Samoan and Bellona Island pantheons now split out. Separated the Navajo from the Pueblo/Hopi, since they really deserve to be there own pantheon and I'd always intended for them to be, I only just found the proper info to make them so. Added the Vietnamese, Bunyoro, Navajo, Malagasy, Choctaw, Tupari, Muscogee, Ainu, and Nyanga pantheons.

      There's a couple more pantheons I'd like to add, but I can't find enough info for. The Haida most notably, and anything from South America, such as the Chilote. I'm also aware that the Siberian and Aboriginal "pantheons" really should be several pantheons each, but I'm not really sure where to begin in terms of determining how to divide them up. So if anyone has advice in terms of any of that I'm all ears.

      And yes, I'd love suggestions, either for new pantheons or new additions to existing pantheons. My only request is that if you do suggest a new pantheon, I'd like a source, preferably a reliable one, provided for it. Pretty much anything I haven't covered yet is bound to be pretty obscure, except for the Buddhist which I'll get to eventually. I'm also going to add a non-Wabanaki specific Algonquian pantheon, but I'd like to see the official write-up for it first.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Wannabe Demon Lord View Post
        There's a couple more pantheons I'd like to add, but I can't find enough info for. The Haida most notably, and anything from South America, such as the Chilote. I'm also aware that the Siberian and Aboriginal "pantheons" really should be several pantheons each, but I'm not really sure where to begin in terms of determining how to divide them up. So if anyone has advice in terms of any of that I'm all ears.
        I have an entire Pantheon list for the Sgā’na Qeda’s, the Haida Pantheon. Just worked on it today, they should be capable of being represented in Scion without any changes or anything, they should be good at the end!

        The figure that frequently gets simply called Raven is normally named Xhuuya, NAñkî’lsLas, Wī’gît, The One Of Whom We Speak, and others. Xhuuya is a good 'core' name for him, the extra names are a reflection of Haida culture having a slightly different naming system than you might encounter in some other cultures.

        Ta’ñgwan lā’na is the name of the preeminent being of the tsaran xàaydaraay, the Sea-People. Sraana guud hiilng7waas is the preeminent being of the Hlk’yaans xàaydaraay, the Forest-People. There are an abundant numbers of beings who fit here, something like Lesser Gods, but there are a whole host of other figures substantial enough to be Major Gods or Titans. Skîl djā’ada-i, Property-Woman, brings wealth, both material and otherwise to people who manage to interact with her somehow. Watghadagaang is a master carver, the master carver, capable of amazing feats of carpentry as well as fighting the Southeast Wind, Xe-ū to force the weather to be more stable. Sea-Foam-Woman (I can't, for the life of me, find a traditional spelling of her name) is the ancestress of the raven family, where Djila’qons is the ancestress of the eagle family. Qō’yagiagA’ndal holds up Haida Gwaii beneath the sea after intense strength training.

        And then there are a host of other possibilities for Titans, and whatnot. They are a very interesting, and totally viable Pantheon. I look forward to getting them all set up for Scion 2e!

        If you are looking for advice on ow to break things up, I would do it based on the cultures themselves. Does group X feel that they are different religiously from group Y? Then break their Pantheons up, even if they are very similar to each other. It's how I try to be as respectful as possible to the various cultures I look at for Scion.

        Oh, and for the sources for the Haida. A good core is to check out Contributions to the Ethnology of the Haida by J. R. Swanton. An early ethnographic work on the Haida, really quite well done honestly. For more recent works, A Story As Sharp As A Knife: The Classical Haida Mythtellers And Their World by Robert Bringhurst, and Nine Visits to the Mythworld which is a collection of works by Ghandl of the Qayahl Llaanas.
        Last edited by Watcher; 06-19-2017, 10:21 PM.

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        • #5
          As for Nanabozo, I'd be extremely surprised if he wasn't a core member of the Manitou in 2e Hero. He slots quite easily into an Anishinaabe pantheon.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Watcher View Post

            I have an entire Pantheon list for the Sgā’na Qeda’s, the Haida Pantheon. Just worked on it today, they should be capable of being represented in Scion without any changes or anything, they should be good at the end!

            The figure that frequently gets simply called Raven is normally named Xhuuya, NAñkî’lsLas, Wī’gît, The One Of Whom We Speak, and others. Xhuuya is a good 'core' name for him, the extra names are a reflection of Haida culture having a slightly different naming system than you might encounter in some other cultures.

            Ta’ñgwan lā’na is the name of the preeminent being of the tsaran xàaydaraay, the Sea-People. Sraana guud hiilng7waas is the preeminent being of the Hlk’yaans xàaydaraay, the Forest-People. There are an abundant numbers of beings who fit here, something like Lesser Gods, but there are a whole host of other figures substantial enough to be Major Gods or Titans. Skîl djā’ada-i, Property-Woman, brings wealth, both material and otherwise to people who manage to interact with her somehow. Watghadagaang is a master carver, the master carver, capable of amazing feats of carpentry as well as fighting the Southeast Wind, Xe-ū to force the weather to be more stable. Sea-Foam-Woman (I can't, for the life of me, find a traditional spelling of her name) is the ancestress of the raven family, where Djila’qons is the ancestress of the eagle family. Qō’yagiagA’ndal holds up Haida Gwaii beneath the sea after intense strength training.

            And then there are a host of other possibilities for Titans, and whatnot. They are a very interesting, and totally viable Pantheon. I look forward to getting them all set up for Scion 2e!

            If you are looking for advice on ow to break things up, I would do it based on the cultures themselves. Does group X feel that they are different religiously from group Y? Then break their Pantheons up, even if they are very similar to each other. It's how I try to be as respectful as possible to the various cultures I look at for Scion.

            Oh, and for the sources for the Haida. A good core is to check out Contributions to the Ethnology of the Haida by J. R. Swanton. An early ethnographic work on the Haida, really quite well done honestly. For more recent works, A Story As Sharp As A Knife: The Classical Haida Mythtellers And Their World by Robert Bringhurst, and Nine Visits to the Mythworld which is a collection of works by Ghandl of the Qayahl Llaanas.
            Thanks so much for the advice with the Haida, and I look forward to seeing your write-up for them!

            Watcher, it seems like there are quite a few lesser-known pantheons you're planning on writing up and have researched heavily, like this and the Abosom. If you don't mind me asking, what are all the pantheons you've selected? I'm pretty curious and I look forward to seeing them.

            I'll look into the Anishinaabe pantheon as well.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Wannabe Demon Lord View Post
              Thanks so much for the advice with the Haida, and I look forward to seeing your write-up for them!

              Watcher, it seems like there are quite a few lesser-known pantheons you're planning on writing up and have researched heavily, like this and the Abosom. If you don't mind me asking, what are all the pantheons you've selected? I'm pretty curious and I look forward to seeing them.

              I'll look into the Anishinaabe pantheon as well.
              At the moment, I have done work on the Hittites, the Ashanti, the Haida, and Sacerdos is playing with the Manchu. All four of them should be a lot of fun for all of you hopefully! We are intentionally trying to expand in regions or topics that Scion has traditionally not touched on. The Hittites are possibly the most 'antagonistic to humanity' Pantheon and thus should present fun stories for their Scions trying to mediate the relationship. (Not counting the Irish since, while they don't like their mortals, the Irish can't really do anything about it, while the Hittites frequently bring humanity to the brink of extinction) The Ashanti have a Supreme God, and have a pretty much benevolent cosmology which would give Storytellers unique ways to explore stories. The Haida are a Pantheon that has a very distant semi-Supreme God, as well as having an interesting reciprocal relationship between divine and mortal which should present fun storytelling opportunities. The Manchu, well, they're not my expertise, but they are almost all Goddesses, I think there was only one God in the Major Deities list.

              I am glad you are looking forward to seeing them as well! I really look forward to giving them to you all, I hope they will be enjoyed by people. They have, in the very least, given me a method to better my knowledge of non-European religions which has been a joy for me.

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              • #8
                That's really awesome Watcher! I'm really looking forward to seeing them. I think they'll provide something unique to the game. I don't know anything about the Manchu pantheon.

                I added a small, tentative Manitou based on a few deities I found on the Native Languages website. I'll revise it heavily when the preview comes out, but at least I have Chibiabos now.

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                • #9
                  Nanabozo and Cheeby-aub-oozoo have two older brothers, Maudjee-kawiss and Pukawiss. There's also their father Ae-pungishimook (and perhaps their mother Winonah, though I'm uncertain as to whether she'd count), the sky woman Geezhigo-quae, and the earth woman Muzzu-kummik-quae.

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                  • #10
                    Thanks Center-of-All! That's really helpful!

                    Okay, I've got another one: Who are the most important of the Palas/Buddhist pantheon? I've kind of got the opposite problem here. Googling them gives me huge lists and I'm struggling to determine who the important ones who would be worthy of inclusion would be. Preferably ones that would be considered gods or at least titans by Scion's definitions, there seems to be a lot of overdeities and varying power levels and I'm not really looking for primordials at the moment.

                    Edit: Added the Balinese and updated the Manitou with Center-of-All's suggestions, as well as the Inuit.
                    Should I be focusing on the Bodhisattvas for the Buddhists?
                    Also, can anyone think of any more pantheons they'd like to see me add?

                    Edit again:
                    Added a seperate Germanic pantheon, the Guanche, the Mbuti, the Muisca, the Tupari, and the Visayan.
                    Last edited by Wannabe Demon Lord; 06-20-2017, 06:00 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Wannabe Demon Lord View Post
                      Thanks Center-of-All! That's really helpful!

                      Okay, I've got another one: Who are the most important of the Palas/Buddhist pantheon? I've kind of got the opposite problem here. Googling them gives me huge lists and I'm struggling to determine who the important ones who would be worthy of inclusion would be. Preferably ones that would be considered gods or at least titans by Scion's definitions, there seems to be a lot of overdeities and varying power levels and I'm not really looking for primordials at the moment.

                      Edit: Added the Balinese and updated the Manitou with Center-of-All's suggestions, as well as the Inuit.
                      Should I be focusing on the Bodhisattvas for the Buddhists?
                      Also, can anyone think of any more pantheons they'd like to see me add?

                      Edit again:
                      Added a seperate Germanic pantheon, the Guanche, the Mbuti, the Muisca, the Tupari, and the Visayan.
                      I outlined possibilities for a Buddhist pantheon here: http://forum.theonyxpath.com/forum/m...78#post1097978
                      To summarise (and adding some for the sake of your list), candidates would be the Primordials/Buddhas Shakyamuni, Amitabha, and Vairochana, the Major Gods/Bodhisattvas Avalokiteshvara, Kshitigarbha, Manjushri, Samantabadhra, Tara, and Maitreya, furthermore figures like the Vidyarajas/Wisdom Kings (Achala, Trailokyavijaya, Kundali, Vajrabhairava, Vajrayaksha), the Lokapalas/Heavenly Kings/Directional Guardians (Vaishravana, Virudhaka, Dhritarashtra, Virupaksha), the important Devas (e.g. Shakra, Brahma, Yama), and the Arhats/Students of the Buddha. All are opposed by the Titan Mara. There are of course many more Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, but I tried to limit it to the most important/popular ones here.

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                      • #12
                        Very helpful Sacerdos!

                        Well, at this point there really isn't much left in terms of accessible pantheons I haven't covered that I can think of. There's still the Manchu, which I suppose I'll add after Sacerdos covers them.

                        Are there any gods anyone would like to see added to any pantheons? Major ones I've omitted or minor ones that are particularly interesting in some way?

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                        • #13
                          I'd love to see Yama's siblings playable someday... Surya does have other children, including Yamuna (also known as the Vedic Yami) and Tapti, Goddesses of the rivers of those names, as well as Shani, sometimes identified as Kala, God of Judgement and Misfortune and the Planet Saturn, whose job it is to judge people in life as Yama judges them in Death. In addition, Shiva and Parvati have a couple of daughters that no one ever mentions... Ashoksundari, whose name literally means "She whose beauty destroys sorrow" was created by Parvati as a companion and is a goddess of Joy usually only worshiped in the western parts of India. She is often considered a loving wife and daughter, and is married to the mortal king Nahusha whose piety was so great he was once chosen to replace Indra... that didn't last long. Shiva's other daughter is Manasa, Goddess of Snakes and Venom, who is primarily worshiped in the eastern parts of India. She's most famous for murdering people until they acknowledge her divinity. There's also Kubera, the God of Wealth, but I believe that he's another Mantle of Vaisravana so you may want to keep him in the Palas as suggested by Sacredos where he seems significantly more important.

                          You might also like some of the more obscure but nonetheless interesting Vedic era Gods: Pushan, God of Journeys and Travel, as well as in some hymns Sleight of Hand, and Aranyani, Goddess of Forests. There's also Aditi ("The Unbounded One") Goddess of the Infinite Sky, who is sometimes identified also one with Earth and Heaven (Dyavaprithvi) and is the mother of Indra and Varuna, amongst others. At least one Vedic Hymn extols her as the Supreme Divinity thusly "Aditi is Heaven, Aditi is Space, Aditi is the Mother, the Father and the Child... Aditi is verily all the Universal Gods, as well as the five classes of Being. All that have Been are Aditi, all that will Be, are Aditi." There's also Vak, the Goddess of Speech, who gets absorbed into Sarasvati later, who also has a "I am the Supreme Divinity speech. Indra's wife Shachi (better known as Indrani) is another inetersting choice because I've never heard of another Goddess of Jealousy before.

                          Finally, my personal favourite of the minor but really interesting Deva is Santoshi, the Goddess of Satisfaction, a daughter of Ganesh. What makes her particularly ineteresting is that Santoshi was more or less made up and brought into the public consciousness by a movie... unlike other Deva who are born of oral stories or written scripture, she's born of celluloid

                          Edit: Oh, also Varuni, Goddess of Booze... you can never have enough of those around and I'm sure Dionysus would appreciate the company.
                          Last edited by Samudra; 06-21-2017, 06:19 AM.

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                          • #14
                            Those suggestions sound really interesting Samudra. Thanks a lot! It's good to have the Devas better represented since they are such a large pantheon.

                            I think I want to stop at 1500 gods, of which there are 1435 currently, leaving open 65 slots unless I made a mistake and have an undesired double up. I'm not adding any more pantheons at this point, except for the Manchu, I have over 80 and I think that's enough. Still, if anyone has any further suggestions, I'm all ears.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Wannabe Demon Lord View Post
                              Very helpful Sacerdos!

                              Well, at this point there really isn't much left in terms of accessible pantheons I haven't covered that I can think of. There's still the Manchu, which I suppose I'll add after Sacerdos covers them.

                              Are there any gods anyone would like to see added to any pantheons? Major ones I've omitted or minor ones that are particularly interesting in some way?
                              The Manchu will still take some time - sources on them are scarce in general, and especially scarce in Western languages (most is in Russian and Chinese, neither of which I speak); their religion is difficult, highly localised, and wildly different between the common populace and the shamanic elite. I have a rough outline of a very small pantheon for them right now, I could surely give you the names if nothing else, but that could all still change as I go on reading, and hopefully figure them out somewhat more clearly.

                              But if it's useful to you, a WIP-list of the Major Gods:
                              Abka Hehe / Abka Enduri: "Sky Woman", the creator goddess and embodiment of heaven, who, under the latter name, takes on a male form in peaceful times
                              Banamu Hehe: narcoleptic goddess of the earth, a sister Abka Hehe created for herself
                              Ulden Hehe: goddess of light, stars, and the sun, a sister Abka Hehe created for herself
                              Tumu: Goddess of the Fire in the Stones
                              Omosi Mama: goddess who creates souls, goddess of fertility, patron of shamans, lives in the underworld
                              Ilmun Khan: ruler of the underworld, form of Yama (not sure if really major)
                              Golmin Sangiyan Alin: god of the Chang-baishan Mountains, leader of all the gods of natural features (not sure if really major)
                              Last edited by Sacerdos; 06-21-2017, 09:52 AM.

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