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  • Religion

    [[Nimen]]-the Oremian religion h2. The Pantheon of the old Religions |[[Thesei]]-Goddess of life|[[Atski]]-Goddess of the moon|[[Fulgar]]-God of Storms| |[[Suuc]]-God of War|[[Hanseath]]-Dwarven God of Brewers|[[Kyo]]-God of the mists| |[[Uber …

  • Nimen

    Introduced by [[Orem the Magnificent]], Nimen destroyed the pantheistic religions of the [[Lost Age]] and replaced them with the two pure gods: Seighog the Lifegiver and Seightor the Lifetaker. The positive and negative influences of these great gods …

  • Thesei

    !(media-item-align-right)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/16392/Thesei-Triquetra-2.gif(Thesei triquetra 2)!
    Before the coming of [[Nimen]], Thesei was commonly worshiped all over Tenebrae. Although now …

  • Atski

    Atski is the Goddess of the Moon. She represents beauty, change, and the night. She is still worshipped in some areas of [[Galashiel]] and by the elves. Game notes: Priests of Atski are limited to any neutral alignment. Weapons allowed- bow, …

  • Fulgar

    Once worshiped by ancient warriors, Fulgar, the God of Storms, is now seen as a barbarian deity. Although under a different name, he is still worshipped in [[Genhost]]. Fulgar also represents chaos, destruction, and mystical energies (especially those …

  • Suuc

    Suuc is the God of War. Prior to the [[Age of Enlightenment]] Suuc was widely worshipped throughout [[Tenebrae]]. After the Empire took over, Suuc's influence died down but never went away. Worshiped by generals, soldiers and warriors, Suuc …

  • Hanseath

    Known as the Bearded One for the thick hair that obscures most of his face, Hanseath represents the festive side of dwarven culture. Brewers hold him in high regard, as do dwarf barbarians and any dwarf who charges headlong into battle heedless of the …

  • Kyo

    Kyo is the God of mists, fogs, mystery, stealth and subterfuge. He is a patron of thieves and also of illusionists. He is the guardian of secret knowledge. Specialty Priest- Mist Walker-a kit for a worshipped of Kyo from any class (though mostly …

  • Uber

    Uber is the god of fertility, virility, and the harvest. He is the husband of [[Thesei]]. back to [[religion]]

  • Aevyrea

    Aevyrea is the goddess of beauty, romantic love, sexual love and lust. She is also one of the Earth Goddesses. She is [[Thesei]]'s lover. Aevyrea's temples are the most diverse in the Old Pantheon. Some temples are famous for beings some of the …

  • Ysei

    High Queen of the fairies. The followers of Ysei can hardly be called priests. Most simply call them Fey-touched. And although they do not worship Ysei as a goddess, she is revered and honored as the most powerful and highest of all Fae. None have …

  • Festival of Uber

    This is the festival in tribute to the god [[Uber]], and to the harvest during the [[Moon of Plenty]]. Much feasting, drinking, and general merriment take place during this festival. to [[festivals]] to [[Calendar]] to [[religion]]

  • Festival of Atski

    This is a festival honoring [[Atski]] in the [[Dreaming Moon]]. Although the priests of Atski usually keep their religious activities secret, the lay folk celebrate in their own way. This festival also celebrates the first batches of beer and wine made …

  • Barbos

    Barbos is the God of nomads, shepherds, herders and travelers. As herding was the basis of commerce, he is also the God of Merchants. Before the [[Oremian Empire]] came, the [[Festival of the Pure Ones | Festival of Barbos]] was held in his honor in …

  • Festival of the Pure Ones

    Once the Festival of [[Barbos]], when [[Orem the Magnificent]] declared [[Nimen]] the national religion, he claimed this festival for his new gods, the [[Nimen|Pure Ones]]. Although in word, this festival has changed, in deed many activities remain the …

  • festivals

    Most festivals have some kind of religious background. There are two main kind of festival across the Kingdom; those that are moon festivals, celebrated at the times of the full moons, and those that are not. Although most of the festivals have a …

  • Festival of the Slaughter

    During this time of the year, animals are slaughtered, and smoked or salted. This festival ritualizes that slaughter and includes some sacrifices to the gods. to [[festivals]] to [[religion]] to [[calendar]]

  • Festival of Colors

    This festival celebrates the act of dyeing and cooling off in the summer heat as it takes place in the hot month of the [[Dyeing Moon]]. One of the favorite festivals of many Oremians, this festivals starts and ends by the sales of dyes, dyeing …

  • Bonfire Festival

    During this festival held in the [[Burning Moon]] huge bonfires are lit and large straw effigies are burned. Also during this times battles and matches are held to honor gods of war such as [[Suuc]] and [[Fulgar | Fulgar]]. to [[religion]] to [[ …

  • New Sun Festival

    While the time between the [[Moon of the Dieing Sun]] and the [[Moon of the Reborn Sun]] are usually spent in solemn prayer, awaiting the return of the sun, the New Sun Festival celebrates its return raucously. Most celebrations are held inside due to …

  • Festival of the Hearth

    During this relatively subdued festival, held around the full [[Moon of the Dieing Sun]], folk stay inside and hold huge feasts around the hearth of their home. They often have friends and guests come to eat the meats and foods they preserved at the [[ …

  • Festival of Kyo

    Watch your beltpouches on this, the Festival of Kyo. Although priests of all faiths, including those of Kyo himself, spend these days in their temples, searching and praying for secret knowledge, thief worshipers celebrate in their own ways. In the …

  • Festival of Aevyrea

    Festival of the Goddess of Love, Beauty, and Lust. This is the raciest of all festivals of [[Tenebrae]], and naturally, held in the [[Frolicking Moon]]. During this time, all of the different types of temples to [[Aevyrea]] are packed full of patrons …

  • Festival of Ysei

    This festival marks the return of [[Ysei]] from the spirit world. The [[Flowering Moon]] also marks one of the three times when the veil between the real world and the spirit world is the thinnest. In such, various spirit entities and faeries are said …

  • Festival of Thesei

    Although the Festival of [[Thesei]] is celebrated by most with huge feasts, priests of [[Thesei]] are required to fast from the first to third quarter of the [[Moon of the Long Sun]]. During this fast, they are only allowed water, and when the sun is …

  • the Parcyes

    The Parcyes are the children of [[Aevyrea]] and [[Kyo]]. They have the beauty and charm of their mother and the gift of secret knowledge, especially that of the future, from their father. The priests of the Parcyes are known for having revealing visions …

  • Cult of the Dark Moon

    While most people believe that the changing of the moons due to the will of Atski, there are other groups that believe differently. One of those groups is the Cult of the Dark Moon. This cult believes that a large dark moon, which they call Krai, …

  • Children of the Gods

    Not really a religion and not an organized group, they are called The Children of the Gods, or simply, the Pilgrims, by the common folk of Tenebrae and they are priests who worship not just one god/dess, but the entire Old Pantheon. They have no temples …