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  • Religion

    Gods are real, but have removed themselves from the world. The All-Father, Tallif, decided after the rebellion of his son Xatec, that their power was too great, and that another war between the Gods would kill these young creatures. The Gods reside …

  • Church

    The Church is stretched across all of Algalon. It is generally seen as a force for good, not a force for itself. The Church runs, or maintains high influence over, several different services that are of note: h3. [[Congress of the Gods]] Once per …

  • Cult of Xatec

    A group of cultists who seek to sow madness and hate at the direction of the Mad God [[Xatec]]. Throughout history, the cult has waxed and waned, but generally does best during times of turmoil, when people are searching for a way through the madness …

  • Bry

    Bry is the Knighted God and is celebrated for her heroism. Not a direct descendant of [[Tallif]] and [[Shallac]], Bry is the adoptive daughter of [[Silloc]], along with [[Intin]] and [[Fallath]]. She is portrayed by her adherents as tall and strong, …

  • Tallif

    Tallif is the Father of the Gods. He and [[Shallac]], his loving wife, reign over the Gods deep below the ground. He is generally portrayed as an thin, elderly, but vibrant man with a long, white beard. h3. Titles The All Father The Wise The …

  • Shallac

    Shallac is the Mother of the Gods. Known for her compassion, she defies the wisdom of [[Tallif]], her loving husband, when it would cause too much pain. It was her hand that stayed his when he threatened to banish their son [[Tarc]]. h3. Titles …

  • Silloc

    Silloc is the God of the Home, he protects those who are guests under the roof of another. The brother of [[Shallac]], and is the adoptive father of [[Bry]], [[Fallath]], and [[Intin]], he has bowed in deference to [[Tallif]]. Warm and inviting, but not …

  • Intin

    Intin is [[Tarc]]'s wife and the adoptive daughter of [[Silloc]]. She is the God whom academics and the intellectual elite worship in their own way. She is the voice of logic and reason amongst the Gods. There are those who believe that her logic can …

  • Tarc

    Tarc is the first-born son of [[Tallif]] and [[Shallac]]. He is the Warrior of the Gods, and has pledged to be their sword in times of war, whether they wish it or not. Tarc and Tallif are constantly at odds, Tallif's pacifism against Tarc's belief that …

  • Gintred

    Gintred is the third son of [[Tallif]] and [[Shallac]]. He is the God who spends the most time away from the other Gods, and is considered the most likely to be found above-ground. He takes joy in the plants and animals provided by nature and takes …

  • The Keeper

    The Keeper is the God, or possibly Goddess of Death. He is not a judge, to decide whether or not your afterlife will be good or bad, but is merely a gatekeeper and a guide, taking those who pass from this life into the world of the dead. He is a God …

  • Billinton

    Billinton is the Goddess of Beauty and Love. She is the image and perfection of women, to the male mind. Billinton is the only daughter of [[Tallif]] and [[Shallac]], and is the somewhat unfaithful wife of [[Fallath]]. Like [[Gintred]], she is thought …

  • Algatha

    Algatha, one of the original [[Natural Gods]], with [[Chaldon]], [[Tallif]], and [[The Keeper]], is the God of the Sea. He is not well liked, either by men or the Gods, as his fickle nature leads him to bring life or bring destruction. He is generally …

  • Chaldon

    One of [[The Natural Gods]], Chaldon is the God of the Forge and the patron of the [[Dwarves]]. Not dwarf or human, Chaldon is uninterested in the lives of mortals, focused instead upon his craft and in perfection. He is worshiped by the Blacksmiths of …

  • Fallath

    Fallath is the adoptive son of [[Silloc]]. He is the God who takes joy in the simple facts of life, as well as the jokes and wine of life. Though the more serious people and Gods believe that Fallath can be lazy or irresponsible, but Fallath is very …

  • Xatec

    Xatec is the second son of [[Tallif]] and [[Shallac]]. He went mad and tried to kill his family, leading him to banished to the Moon Ael. He is never depicted, except as a set of yellow eyes in a black or red cloud of mist. h3. Titles The Mad God …

  • The Natural Gods

    The Natural Gods are the Gods which have domain over the World. h4. [[Algatha]] Lord over the Sea. h4. [[Chaldon]] Lord over the Earth. h4. [[Silloc]] Lord of Fire. h4. [[Tallif]] Lord of the Sky. Followers of these Gods meet to …

  • The Warrior Gods

    The Gods who are not pacifists, but will take arms against threats to the Church. h4. [[Tarc]] The Warrior. A member of the Church of Battle is usually in control of the defense of the Church. h4. [[Bry]] The Knight. The Order of the Cloth …

  • The Women

    The followers of the four clearly female Gods meet in the City-State of [[Brideway]] to ensure that the rights of women are being protected. h4. [[Shallac]] It is generally under the protection of the Mother that they meet. h4. [[Intin]] The …

  • The Passions

    This is a collection of the Gods that are interested in making sure that the people of Algalon are having fun and enjoying themselves. They believe that passion and joy is as important as hard work and duty. h4. [[Fallath]] Provides the humor and …

  • The Judges

    These are the Gods interested in truth and justice. They look to the laws and punishment of the Church. h4. [[Tallif]] The Chief Judge, Tallif takes all the information supplied to come to a decision. h4. [[Shallac]] The Mother takes on the …

  • Congress of the Gods

    The Congress of the Gods is a meeting of the heads of the 12 Churches. Obstensibly led by the Cardinal of the All-Father, the head of the Church of [[Tallif]], it is more a meeting of equals. Decisions about the direction of the Church are made by …

  • Origin Story

    h3. The Origin of the Gods, as told by the Church of Tallif Before the time of mortals on the face of the world, before even the time of the Gods, there was nothing. Father Sun sat, lonely in the sky, far from his brothers and sisters; the stars. The …

  • Breaking of the Gods

    In the earliest days of Man, the Gods dwelt in grand cities throughout the Face of Fema. [[Tallif]] and [[Shallac]] toiled all their days with the new creatures that Mother Fema had provided to them, working the fields, forests nets, rivers and mines …

  • Ava

    Ava was born to a large farming family of [[Varte]]. Shortly after she bonded her horse, Artax, she followed in the footsteps of her older sister, Briana, into the Church of [[Bry]]. There, she served with distinction until being placed in [[Sterline]] …

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