Aliases: The Prophet, Lord of Light, The Healing Teacher, Patient Brother
Domains: Good, Healing, Knowledge, Protection, Strength, Travel, War
Cleric Weapon: Heavy Mace
Follows of Morrow believe that they can find the means to transcend their mortal state and in doing so become something more, something divine. Many people have and these people are collectively referred to as the Ascendants. The Ascendants are also revered since they, themselves, are Gods.
Aliases: The Dark Twin, Temptress, Whisperer in Shadow, Wicket Sister, Guide of the Damned
Domains: Death, Destruction, Evil, Luck, Magic, Trickery, War
Cleric Weapon: Morningstar
Follows of Thamar also believe they can transcend their mortal state but do not necessarily pursue it through holy means. They believe that to worship Menoth is slavery, and they instead choose freedom. Many that follow the teachers of Thamar have risen to Godhood, they are collectively referred to as Scions.
Menoth is revered by man kind for being the creator of all that is. Menoth created man to worship him in this life and the next. During the time of Warlords, Menoth showed himself to mankind when they revered other false deities then taught man kind to create.
Aliases: Beast of All Shapes, Great Beast, Menoth’s Bane, Vomiter of Darkness, Unsleeping One
Symbol: Talons and Fangs in a sphere of darkness
Domains: Animal, Chaos, Destruction, Strength
Cleric Weapon: Axe
A less popular cult, the Devourer Wurm seeks to destroy all Menoth and man kind created. Primarily worshiped by barbarians and monstrous humans, the followers of the Devourer Wurm bring chaos and destruction wherever they go.
Aliases: Maiden of Gears, Clockwork Goddess, Hidden Goddess, Mother of Mathematics, Mistress of Numbers
Symbol: a masque
Domains: Artifice, Knowledge, Protection, Travel
Cleric Weapon: Light Mechanoflail
Cyriss has hidden the mysteries of her teachings in the mathematics and sciences of the world. Her worshipers spend most of their time trying to decode these formulas and theories in order to understand her purpose for them. Her secrets are not given readily and must be discovered by her worshipers.
Aliases: Stone Fathers, Lords of Kharg Drogun, Masters of Tower Ghorfel
Alignment: LG (collectively)
Symbol: a mountain
Domains: Artifice, Earth, Good, Healing, Law, War
Cleric Weapon: Warhammer
The 13 Great Fathers are always worshiped as a group. Paragons of the dwarfs, it is said the Stone Lords are their descendants. Each Great Father is actually a demigod in their own right.
The Elven pantheon once numbered eight, now only two remain. One of them is Scyrah, who originally was responsible for tending to all living things in her care. She now resides with the elves but has become comatose, dying of an affliction while wearily carrying out her divine duties for her people. Most elves believe that when she inevitably dies, they will all die with her.
Nyssor is the only remaining deity of the elven pantheon and now lives entombed in ice. He sent his followers with a message and spell to save his sister but the Iosians turned them away. Unfortunately it took the rest of his power to do so and he has no idea that while he sleeps, waiting for his sister to return order, his message and power were not even heard. He is the sole patron of the Nyss in the North.
Not a religion commonly held among humans, Dhunia is revered as the great creator. She is often the alternate creation deity to Menoth and typically revered by more monstrous and often less civilized monstrous humanoids.
Source: Iron Kingdoms – Character Guide