The Gods of Men

Three thousand years ago, the race of men was saved from a great cataclysm. The world was dying, and the gods collected the faithful and led them through a doorway from that world to this one. Not everyone was saved, and to this day, many people offer prayers for the souls of those lost in the Exodus.

Mankind spread, and slowly filled the lands with nations. Along the way, they came upon the native people of this world, the Duhorov and the Quista. Those races have their own gods, and the teachings of most churches specifically state they are to be unmolested, and cared for by their own deities.

Adaura, the lover.

Adaura represents unconditional love. She loves everyone like a mother, a sister, a daughter and a wife all together. She ignores the faults of her followers and forgives them their infractions. Clerics of Adaura are known for charitable acts and a relaxed, carefree attitude. Adaura is married to Irsuriel.

Demestriel, the lawgiver.

Demestriel is the creator of order. He nurtures the people by providing structure and ritual. He calls people to account for their weaknesses and punishes infractions. Clerics of Demestriel are often stern and unforgiving, but fair and never cruel. Demestriel is married to Adrona.

Adrona, the trickster.

Adrona embodies cleverness and persistence. She teaches the lessons of ingenuity and innovation. She encourages people to avoid problems or find a way around them. Clerics of Adrona are known for shrewdness and determination. Adrona is married to Demestriel.

Irsuriel, the warrior.

Irsuriel represents power, chaos and rage. He destroys obstacles and fights against anything and anyone who stands in his way. He encourages confronting problems head-on. Clerics of Irsuriel are known for confidence and righteous wrath. Irsuriel is married to Adaura.

The Gods of Men

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