Tannin and the Purge
Deities of Tannin
It is said that during the creation of the world the old gods and the new gods fought in a battle for dominion over the newly formed Tannin. The new gods all but decimated the pantheon of the old gods, and forced them into the deepest corners of nothingness and the far realm. Followers and worshipers of the current era have not only rediscovered texts regarding the old gods, but some have even built hidden temples dedicated to them.
Avandra: Good. She represents change, freedom, trade, travel, adventure, and the frontier. She represents the start of the calendar year in Tannin which is the start of fall.
Bahamut: Lawful Good. He represents justice, protection, nobility, and honor. He is represented by the calendar months in Tannin that are in the middle of fall.
Corellon: Unaligned. He represents spring, beauty, and the arts. Arcane magic and the Fey are key patrons as well. He is the main deity of the spring and represents the start for spring.
Erathis: Unaligned. She represents great invention, founder of cities, and author of laws. Rulers, judges, pioneers, and devoted citizens revere her. She is represented by the calendar months of the end of winter when citizens are bundled in their homes.
Ioun: Unaligned. She is the goddess of knowledge, skill, and prophecy. Sages, seers, and tacticians revere her for her infinite wisdom. She represents the calendar months of the middle of winter when her patrons should be studying to harness their knowledge.
Kord: Unaligned. God of storms, and the lord of battle; he revels in strength battlefield prowess, and thunder. He is represented by the months of the end of fall on the calendar.
Melora: Unaligned. She represents the wilderness and the sea; she is both the wild beast and the peaceful forest. Melora is represented on the calendar by the months in the middle of spring.
Moradin: Lawful Good. He is the god of creation and patron of artisans like miners and smiths. He is credited with the creation of the mountains and is called the guardian and protector of the hearth and the family. Moradin is represented on the calendar by the months in the end of spring.
Pelor: Good. He is the god of the summer and the sun itself; Pelor is called the keeper of time and supports those in need and opposes all that is evil. Lord of agriculture and the bountiful harvest, Pelor is worshiped by the ordinary man and has followers in all walks of life. He is represented on the calendar by the months in the start of summer.
The Raven Queen: Unaligned. She is considered the god of death, spinner of fate, and the patron of winter. She marks the end of each mortal life and mourners call upon her during funeral rites. She is represented on the calendar by the months in the start of winter.
Sehanine: Unaligned. She is the goddess of the moon and autumn; a favored goddess of Halflings and Elves she also has ties with love, scouts, and thieves. She is represented on the calendar by the months at the end of summer.