This is the officially recognized pantheon for the Kingdom of Falode.
It is by no means exhaustive; Other Gods and Goddesses are worshipped throughout the land, but are either too minor or too contrary to be officially noted here yet. Every major metropolitan area in Falode is required by Royal Law to have a shrine to each of these deities. Small towns, of course, are not.
The Deities of the Falodian Pantheon form themselves into various groups.
Firstly, the Hierarchy: There were once only ten deities. Of these ten, two stood up and took control: Alil and Jeha. They took up the cause of defending the Fates. The others would defer to them, but keep their own individuality for the most part, and became Beholden to the Fates. Over time, various Children were born to them all: They became the Children of the Fates.
Secondly, there are groupings based on Status and Culture: Gods and Goddesses, first, to promote an easy way to divide the group. Then, there were some who began work on some... questionable goals. These became the Watched. The Shepards all took up a single race of mortal and swore to guide them to success. And then, during the Great Conflicts, there came two groups: The Structure, who wanted to create an ordered, logical world... And the Freedom, who wanted to create a chaotic, complex world.
Head of Fates: Alil and Jeha.
Beholden to Fates: Akanindal, Etor, Medesa, Mikha, Modulo, Sintheta, Tehari, Zoniana.
Children of Fates: Agatamam, Amazal, Castisa, Deja, Gatu, Gora, Idwahnae, Malilihara, Saraph, Satam.
Gods: Alil, Akanindal, Etor, Modulo, Tehari, Agatamam, Amazal, Gatu, Saraph, Satam.
Goddesses: Jeha, Medesa, Mikha, Sintheta, Zoniana, Castisa, Deja, Gora, Idwahnae, Malilihara.
Watched: Etor, Sintheta, Gatu, Gora.
Shephards: Tehari, Agatamam, Satam, Deja, Idwahnae.
Structure: Alil, Tehari, Mikha, Gatu, Akanindal, Sintheta.
Freedom: Jeha, Etor, Zoniana, Gora, Medesa, Modulo.
One of the Leaders of the Fates, Alil is a shining beacon of order and virtue amongst all others. Known for being seen as, at all costs, honorable and strong, he is the pinnacle of Structure in the Falodian Pantheon. He represents Civilization, Unyielding Honor, Absolute Truth, and Strength of Character.
Title: God of Gods
Symbol: Sun and Cloud
Aspects: Sun, Order, Virtue, Strength
One of the Head of the Fates, Jeha is an ever-present guardian of creation and mortality in all of its forms. Known for being spontaneous to a fault, she is the pinnacle of Freedom in the Falodian Pantheon. She represents Imperfect Creation, Adaptive Reasoning, Intrinsic Understanding, and Mortality.
Title: Goddess of Goddesses
Symbol: Moon and Star
Aspects: Moon, Chaos, Creation, Charisma
One of those Beholden to the Fates, Akanindal is a spreader of knowledge and truth to all those who seek it. Known for being crass and blunt, he is incapable of concealing the truth, no matter how badly it hurts. He represents Useful Technology, Well-known Secrets, and Being True to Yourself.
Title: God of Fire
Symbol: Burning Book
Aspects: Fire, Knowledge, Vice
One of those Beholden to the Fates, Tehari is the guardian of the Kingdom of Falode. Known for his bent towards protecting and aiding others, he embodies everything Falode aspires towards. He represents Far-Reaching Change, Unity in Diversity, and Humble Service.
Title: God of Falode
Symbol: Blooming Shield
Aspects: Air, Plants, Falodians
One of those Beholden to the Fates, Modulo is obsessed with finding valuable items and tools. Known for his lack of respect for personal property, nothing is beyond his reach, should he decide that he has a need for it. He represents Addressing Necessity, Borrowing Without Asking, and Discovering Secrets.
Title: God of Stolen Goods
Symbol: Shining Chest
Aspects: Cold, Magic, Thievery
One of those Beholden to the Fates, Etor values Individuality above all else. Known for once being a mortal who was uplifted to Godhood, he feels all should be allowed to live as they please- to hell with the consequences. He represents Imperfection, Forgiveness, and Nature.
Title: God of Individuals
Symbol: Broken Ring
Aspects: Chaos, Animals, Plants
One of those Beholden to the Fates, Zoniana embodies the spirit of life, love, and creation. Known for her role as midwife to the others, she holds children and family in great esteem. She represents Bountiful Fertility, Newfound Love, and Family.
Title: Goddess of Life
Symbol: Sprouting Babe
Aspects: Earth, Love, Hearth/Life
One of those Beholden to the Fates, Medesa promotes health within ourselves, our community, and our environment. Known for her fairminded kindness towards all who seek her aid, she is nontheless blind. She represents Natural Harmony, Long-term Healing, and Charity to Others.
Title: Goddess of Deltas
Symbol: Delta-fed River
Aspects: Water, Animals, Healing
One of those Beholden to the Fates, Sintheta embodies the end of all things. Known for her patience and wit, she (among others) introduced the idea of Entropy into the mortal world. She represents Natural Decay, White Lies, and Gambling.
Title: Goddess of Death
Symbol: Beskulled Dice
Aspects: Cold, Trickery, Death
One of those Beholden to the Fates, Mikha advocates for justice towards all. Known for her fiery heart and sharp tongue, she is quick to anger and quicker to get to the bottom of any issue. She represents Absolute Justice, Level Playing Fields, and Retribution.
Title: Goddess of Justice
Symbol: Sword and Helm
Aspects: Order, Protection, War
One of the Children of the Fates, Amazal is fascinated with overcoming challenges. Known for his penchant towards stacking odds against himself, he is tougher than most in body and mind. He represents Storms and Natural Hardship.
Title: God of Weather
Aspects: Constitution, Weather
One of the Children of the Fates, Saraph is the ultimate romantic showoff. Known for his skill with a pen and his hands, tales of his past romances with all manner of partners are where he draws his teachings from. He represents Graceful Stunts and Passionate Romance.
Title: God of Romance
Symbol: Rose and Note
Aspects: Dexterity, Love
One of the Children of the Fates, Satam is the guardian of the Dorsht. Known for his paintings and artful eye, he can derive truth from seemingly meaningless symbolism surrounding a situation. He represents Careful Attention to Detail and Creative Symbolism.
Title: God of Dorsht
Aspects: Dorsht, Painting
One of the Children of the Fates, Agatamam is the guardian of the Viliniti. Known for his many pets (and, as he puts it, feral friends), he shares a connection with each and every animal in the world. He represents Understanding Without Words and Domesticating Animals.
Title: God of Viliniti
Aspects: Viliniti, Animals
One of the Children of the Fates, Gatu is one half of the team working to undo Sintheta's gift of Entropy. Known for his restless and repugnant research, he refuses to cease his studies for any reason- including ethics and laws. He represents Sacrifice and Obsession.
Title: God of Forbidden Knowledge
Symbol: Skull Book
Aspects: Undeath, Knowledge
One of the Children of the Fates, Malilihara is an energetic engineer and researcher remembered for her gifts to ancient Falode. Known for her obsession with discovering new facts about herself and others. She represents Unashamed Experimentation and Useful Knowledge.
Title: Goddess of Learning
Symbol: Quill and Scroll
Aspects: Intelligence, Knowledge
One of the Children of the Fates, Castisa was a quietly observing third party in most of the Great Conflicts. Known for her devotion to balance in all things, she is much more likely to listen than she is to talk. She represents Patient Observation and Universal Balance.
Title: Goddess of Nature
Symbol: Campher Tree
Aspects: Wisdom, Nature
One of the Children of the Fates, Deja is the guardian of the Khula. Known for her skilled tongue, she has made many a deal both on the mortal plane and in many others. She represents Openness to Change and Recognition of Value.
Title: Goddess of Khula
Symbol: Shining Cane
Aspects: Khula, Trade
One of the Children of the Fates, Idwahnae is the guardian of the Ehdrin. Known for her black-and-white view of the world, she marks the truth of the ages in tatoos on her skin. She represents Permanence and Defined Boundaries.
Title: Goddess of Ehdrin
Symbol: Inked Needle
Aspects: Ehdrin, Tattooing
One of the Children of the Fates, Gora is one half of the group trying to undo Sintheta's gift of Entropy. Known for refusing to accept things as they are, she tirelessly works to reshape things in her own image as best she can. She represents Selfish Goals and Stubborn Persistance.
Title: Goddess of Refusal
Symbol: Skull Fist
Aspects: Vice, Undeath