The Deities

Amaterasu
Amaterasu
The Japanese goddess of the sun illuminates the heavens and rules over the higher celestial plain, just as her descendants rule over Japan. From her place in the heavens she sees all, and uses this knowledge to guide and protect her people.

Anansi
Anansi
This west African trickster is central to dozens of stories of trickery and deceit. He excels at throwing the plans of others into complete disarray.

Anubis
Anubis
The Egyptian god of the underworld passes judgement over the dead and guides them into the afterlife. With his intimate knowledge of death and rebirth, he is able bring others to an early rest and salvage victory from what has already passed.

Athena
Athena
The Greek goddess of righteous warfare and protector of Athens guides heroes with wit and wisdom, and inspires the tactician planning his campaign. As an intelligent soldier, she brings strategy to warfare and conquers the unrighteous.

Ganesh
Ganesh
The Hindu Lord of Obstacles raises and removes barriers while overseeing beginnings, arts and sciences. He blockades the unworthy as he breaks down barriers in the paths of his followers

.Jupiter
Jupiter
The grandfather of Romulus and Remus, founders of Rome, is the king of the  Roman pantheon, ruling over law and order. As a king and conqueror, he strikes down his foes with bolts of lightning while using his wisdom to adjudicate difficult situations.

The Morrigan
Morrigan
The Celtic mistress of battlefields prophesies death in battle and dooms her enemies. Her followers bring death and destruction to Ireland’s foes.

Guan Yin
Guan Yin
The Chinese goddess of compassion teaches the path to Nirvana, mercifully guiding others to peace. She brings peace, healing, and tranquility to all, turning aside death and letting abundance enter in its place.

Quetzalcoatl
Quetzalcoatl
The Mesoamerican god of the morning star is also the patron of learning, knowledge, and the priesthood; bestowing such blessings as maize and the calendar. He provides glimpses into the future while continuing the cycle of death and rebirth, allowing his followers to multiply.

Thor
Thor
The Norse god of storms rides the skies on his goat-drawn chariot carrying fierce winds, lashing rains, and crashing thunder into the world. With his mighty hammer and the bolts of lightning, he paralyzes his foes and shows the strength of the storm in overwhelming opposition.

Tiamat
Tiamat
The Babylonian goddess of chaos and creation stood at the dawn of time giving birth to the earliest deities, eventually becoming the heavens and the earth. She personifies the ever-changing nature of chaos and the sea, and her actions in all realms cannot be predicted.

White Buffalo Woman
White Buffalo Woman
The Lakota ancestral spirit of peace and prosperity offers food in time of famine, brings the sacred pipe, and teaches rituals.  Her way is the path of fertility, prosperity, and growth, eschewing destruction in favor of plentiful bounty.