Age of the Dragons
Records and temples indicate that there were 10 deities that created life on this world. Where they came from, nobody may ever know – in as many different communities as there are around the world, so are there as many stories told about their origins. What is widely agreed upon is that they created Nejial, Human, Beastmen, Elfen, and Giant. They protected their races from the Destroyers as best they could, and none have seen or heard from them since.
Often seen as the leader of the creators, Rakveso represents the desire to create, willpower, light, and faith.
Henin represents knowledge and magic.
Lors is the patron of victory, endurance, fortitude, and patience to follow through on your passions.
Samor represents kindness, charity, love, and inspiration.
Endyir represents foundation and stability. He is a seeker of truth and represents those who try to expose it.
Errech represents splendor and sincerity.
Chale represents humility, and also the pregnant or nursing female.
Ashisi represents beauty and pleasure, mercy, compassion, and was responsible for keeping balance between Palinthal and Samor
Niss represents joy, and how discovery, knowledge, and understanding all lead to emotion.
Palinthal also represents victory, along with sternness, eternity, and confidence. It was he who turned on the other creators in a bid to control the destroyers instead of destroy them.