The world of Cendra is only a small slice of what is. Around it swirl the planes and the multitudes of other powers and supernatural beings. Gods, spirits, primal essences, demons, and paragons all either vie for mortal influence or drift through the material plane, interacting with the mortals they meet.


Asatya – Goddess of Shadows and Lies, the Hidden Fox, the Black Hand, the Veiled Lady

Bedovara – Goddess of Justice, the Iron Hammer, the Red Hand of Vengeance

Caudecus – God of Avarice and Gluttony, the Golden God, the Devourer

Coeden – God of Nature and the Wild, the Thornweaver, the Lifegiver

Estus – God of Hearth and Harvest, the Humble Father

Iluvitar – Goddess of Law and Protection, the Shelter of Man, the Ivory Shield

Mirat – God of Death, Watcher of the Veil, the Quiet Embrace

Nanye – Goddess of Knowledge, Fate, and Prophecy, the Radiant Seeker, the Thread of Fate

Olu – Goddess of the Sea and Storms, the Breaking Wave, the Mother

Shevuk – God of Penance and Twilight, the Grey God, the God of Tears

Vald – God of Strength, Tyranny and War, the Horned God, Lord of Hounds


The spirits are creatures of spirit and thought, focused on single aspects of emotion and occurrence but poorly understood. Not all are named, and not all are known. Perhaps they are lesser gods, or planar travelers, or manifestations of the collective power of the aspect they represent.

Shinshasa – Spirit of Emotion
Surm – Spirit of Pestilence
Suerta – Spirit of Luck

The Dread Pantheon

The Dread Pantheon are the gods and demons from Outside, who ruled in the time Before. Almost nothing is known of them, but it is thought they were once dominant before something cast them down. Their artifacts are sometimes unearthed by the unwary; obelisks and statues of monstrosities and malevolent names that are spoken only reluctantly. Shibboleth. Rak’kireek. Namboth. Those that hold their relics for too long disappear.

It is these beings that warlocks consort with, though the warlocks only graze their masters’ power and do not understand their intent. One thing is certain to the warlocks, however; that they are hungry.



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