A god is deity which acts as an interface between mortals and the celestial plane. They are spirits who began life as higher creatures but were ascended to become acolytes of a deity, typically at the time of the creature's death. Each presides over a domain, but that domain can vary in scope depending on their strength. Gods of highly specialized domains are typically acolytes of gods who preside over a larger domain that contains their specialty (e.g. Korn, the god of storms, is the patron of Rei, the goddess of Air). Two gods can preside over the same domain, although if one god becomes more powerful than another the lesser can be forced into patronization. Occasionally, this process is instigated or amplified by an endefidem.

Types of gods


Physical Form

List of gods

Exalted gods

First Order

Second Order

Acolyte gods