Gods (FOR DEMI GOD CHARACTERS ONLY)

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Gods (FOR DEMI GOD CHARACTERS ONLY)

Post by Trevor Grey on Fri Mar 09, 2012 7:44 pm

Norse:
*Aegir – Norse God of the sea. Married to Ran and lives under the waves near the island of Hlesey.
*Baldr - God of beauty, innocence, peace, and rebirth. Consort: Nanna
*Bragi - God of poetry. Consort: Iðunn
*Dagr - God of the daytime, son of Delling and Nótt.
*Delling - God of dawn and father of Dagr by Nótt.
*Eir - Goddess of healing.
*Forseti - God of justice, peace and truth. Son of Baldr and Nanna.
*Freyja - Goddess of love, sexuality, fertility and battle. Consort: Óðr
*Freyr - God of fertility. Consort: Gerð
*Frigg - Goddess of marriage and motherhood. Consort: Óðinn Can also be pronounced Frigga
*Fulla - Frigg´s handmaid.
*Gmot - God of the moon. Brother of Re`es andWeth.
*Gefjun - Goddess of fertility and plough.
*Hel - Queen of Neifelheim, the Norse underworld.
*Heimdallr (Rígr) - One of the Æsir and guardian of Ásgarð, their realm.
*Hermóðr - Óðinn´s son.
*Hlín - Goddess of consolation and protection.
*Höðr - God of winter.
*Holler-the god of destruction and desease
*Hœnir - The silent god.
*Hoth Blind Norse God of night and Darkness
*Iðunn - Goddess of youth. Consort: Bragi.
*Jörð - Goddess of the Earth. Mother of Þórr by Óðinn.
*Kvasir - God of inspiration.
*Lofn - Goddess of love.
*Loki - Trickster and god of mischief . Consort: Sigyn (also called Saeter)
*Máni - God of Moon.
*Mímir - Óðinn´s uncle.
*Nanna - An Ásynja married with Baldr and mother to Forseti.
*Nerþus - A goddess mentioned by Tacitus. Her name is connected to that of Njörðr.
*Njörðr - God of sea, wind, fish, and wealth.
*Nótt - Goddess of night, daughter of Narvi and mother of Auð, Jörð and Dagr by Naglfari, Annar and Delling, *respectively.
*Odin The "All Father" (The Ruler of the gods)
*Sága - An obscure goddess, possibly another name for Frigg.
*Sif - Wife of Thor.
*Sjöfn - Goddess of love.
*Skadi - Goddess of winter Njörðr's wife.
*skuld-goddess of fate(future)
*Snotra - Goddess of prudence.
*Sol (Sunna) - Goddess of Sun.
*Thor (Donar) - God of thunder and battle. Consort: Sif.
*Tiki- God of Stone
*Tree-Goddess of life
*Tyr- God of War Also the God of the Skies.
*Ullr - God of skill, hunt, and duel. Son of Sif.
*urd-goddess of fate(past)
*Váli - God of revenge.
*Vár - Goddess of contract.
*Vé - One of the three gods of creation. Brother of Óðinn and Vili.
*verdandi-goddess of fate(present)
*Vili-one of the three god of creation. Brother of Odin and Ve.
*Víðarr- Son of Odin and the giantess Gríðr.
*Vör - Goddess of wisdom.
*Weth-Goddess of anger


Greek:

Acheron-God of the underworld river of pain
Aegaeus-God of violent sea-storms
Aeolus-God of the winds
Aglaia-Goddess of beauty and adornment.
Aigle-Goddess of the radiant glow of good health.
Akeso-Goddess of curing illness.
Aphrodite-Goddess of love, beauty and procreation.
Apollo-God of music, prophecy and healing.
Ares-God of war and conflict.
Aristaeus-God of bee-keeping, cheese-making, herding, olive-growing and hunting
Artemis-Goddess of hunting, wild animals, childbirth and children.
Asclepius-God of medicine and healing.
Athena-Goddess of craftsmen, presiding over the arts of weaving, pottery, carpentry and the manufacture of oil.
Bia-Goddess of force
Boreas-God of the north wind whose wintry breath brought the cold of winter
Briareus-God of violent sea-storms
Britmertis-Goddess of the nets used in hunting, fishing and fowling.
Calliope-Goddess of epic poetry.
Charites-Goddesses of joy, pleasure, mirth, beauty, dancing, feasts and banquets.
Chione-Goddess of snow
Clio-The Muse of historical writings
Cocytus-God of the underworld river of tears and wailing.
Comus-God of festivities
Cratus-God of strength and power.
Deimos- God of fear.
Demeter-Goddess of agriculture
Dike-Goddess of justice
Dionysus-God of wine, viticulture, and wild vegetation.
Dioscuri-Gods of horsemen and gymnasia
Eileithyia-Goddess of childbirth and the pains of labour.
Eirene-Goddess of peace.
Enyo-Goddess of war,
Eosphorus-God of the dawn-star
Epione-Goddess of the soothing of pain.
Erato-The Muse of love poetry and mimicry.
Eris-Goddess of strife.
Eros-God of love and sexual desire.
Erotes-Winged gods of love.
Eunomia-Goddess of good order.
Euphrosyne-Goddess of merriment and good cheer.
Eurus-God of the east wind
Hades-God of the Underworld.
Harmonia-Goddess of harmony.
Hebe-Goddess of youth.
Hephaestus-God of metalworking, building, sculpture, and artistry.
Hera-Goddess of women.
Herse-Goddess of the morning dew.
Hermes-God of herds and flocks, the country arts, travel, trade, merchants, and thievery.
Hesperides-Goddesses of sunsets.
Hesperus-God of the evening star
Hestia-Goddess of the hearth.
Himeros-God of sexual desire.
Horae-Goddesses of the seasons and the ordering of heaven.
Hygeia-Goddess of good health
Hymenaios-God of the weddings and the marriage hymn.
Hypnos-God of sleep
Iaso-The goddess of cures and remedies
Iris-Goddess of the rainbow and messenger of the gods.
Lethe-Goddess of the underworld river of oblivion
Litae-Goddesses of prayer who delivered the prayers of men to the gods in heaven.
Makaria-Goddess of blessed death
Melpomene-Goddess muse of tragedy plays.
Nike-Goddess of victory.
Notus-God of the wet and stormy south wind
Okeanides-Goddess and nymph daughters of the great earth-encircling river Oceanus.
Oreithyia-Goddess of cold, gusty mountain winds
Pan-God of shepherds and flocks
Panakeia-Goddess of curatives
Peitho-Goddess of persuasion and seductive speech.
Phobus-God of phobias(fear).
Polyhymnia-Goddess muse of religious hymns.
Potami-Gods of the rivers.
Poseidon-God of the Sea
Pothos-God of sexual yearning.
Priapus-God of garden fertility.
Psyche-Goddess of the soul
Pyriphlegethon-God of the infernal river of fire.
Terpsichore-The Muse of choral dance and song.
Thalia-The Muse of comedy drama and idyllic poetry.
Thalia-Goddess of banquets and festivities.
Thanatos-God of Death
Tyche-Goddess of good fortune.
Ourania-Goddess Muse of astronomy and astronomical writings.
Zelos-God of rivalry and competition.
Zephryus-God of the gentle west wind
Zeus-God of the sky, weather, kings, fate, law and order.

Roman Gods:
Aesculapius - Roman god of medicine
Aquilo - Roman god of the north wind
Aurora - Roman goddess of dawn
Auster - Roman god of the south wind
Bacchus - Roman god of wine and intoxication
Bellona - Roman goddess of war
Cupid - Roman god of desire, affection, and erotic Love
Diana - Roman goddess of the hunt, moon, and birthing
Discordia - Roman goddess of strife
Fama - Roman goddess of rumor, report, and gossip
Faunus - Roman god of forest, plains, and fields
Favonius - Roman god of the west wind
Flora - Roman goddess of flowers and spring
Fortuna - Roman goddess of fortune and luck
Juno - Roman goddess of marriage and childbirth
Jupiter - Roman god of the sky and thunder
Justitia -Roman goddess of justice
Juventas - Roman goddess of youth
Latona - Roman goddess of motherhood
Lucifier - Roman god of the morning star
Luna - Roman goddess of the moon
Mars - Roman god of war
Matuta - Roman goddess of the dawn
Mercury - Roman god of messengers and trade
Minerva - Roman goddess of poetry, wisdom, commerce, weaving, medicine, crafts, and magic
Morta - Roman goddess of death
Necessitas - Roman goddess of destiny, necessity, and fate
Neptune - Roman god of water and sea
Pax - Roman goddess of peace and the season of spring
Proserpina - Roman goddess of spring
Salacia - Roman goddess of salt water
Salus - Roman goddess of well-being
Saturn - Roman god of agriculture
Silvanus -Roman god of woods and field
Sol - Roman god of the sun
Somnus - Roman god of sleep
Stimula - Roman goddess who incites passion in women
Tellus - Roman god of the nether world
Trivia - Roman goddess of witchcraft and sorcery
Veiovis - Roman god of healing
Venus - Roman god of love, beauty, and fertility
Vesper - Roman god of the evening star
Vesta - Roman goddess of the hearth
Victoria - Roman goddess of victory
Vulcan - Roman god of fire
Vulturnus -Roman god of the east winds

Titans/Primordial:
Aether-Titan of the mists of light which fill the upper zones of air
Ananke-Titan of inevitability, compulsion and necessity
Astraeus-Titan of the stars, the winds, and the art of astrology.
Atlas-Titan of astronomy and the revolution of the heavnely constellations.
Aura-Titan of the breezes. She was a virgin huntress raped by the god Dionysos.
Clymene-Titan of fame and renown.
Coeus-Titan of the intellect
Crius-Titan of the heavenly constellations and the measure of the year
Kronos-Titan of destructive time
Dione-Titan who presided over the Oracle at Dodona alongside Zeus.
Eos-Titan of the dawn.
Epimetheus-Titan of afterthought.
Erebus-Titan of the mists of darkness
Eurybia-Titan of the power of the sea
Eurynome-Titan of earth's flowery meadows.
Gaea-Titan of the earth.
Hecate-Titan of the ghosts, witchcraft and necromancy
Helios-Titan of the sun
Hemera-Titan of the day
Hydros-Titan of water.
Hyperion-Titan god of light, the sun, the moon and the dawn.
Iapetos-The Titan god of mortality
Lelantos-Titan of the breezes of the air.
Leto-Titan of motherhood, light, and womanly demure.
Melisseus-Titan of honey.
Menoetius-Titan of violent anger and rash action
Metis-Titan of good counsel.
Mnemosyne-Titan of memory, words and language.
Nesoi-Titan of the islands.
Nyx-Titan of night
Oceanus-Titan of the earth-encircling, fresh-water river Oceanus.
Ourea-Titan of the mountains
Phallas-Titan of warcraft and the military campaign season.
Perses-Titan of destruction
Phanes-Titan of generation
Phoebe-Titan of intellect
Phusis-Titan of nature.
Pontos-Titan of the sea
Prometheus-Titan god of forethought
Rhea-Titan of female fertility and the mountain wilds.
Selene-Titan of the moon.
Styx-Titan of oaths of allegiance and of the deadly
Tethys-Titan of the sources of fresh-water.
Thalassa-Titan of the sea
Theia-Titan of sight and the shining light of heaven
Themis-Titan of the natural order, divine law and tradition.
Ouranos-Titan of the Sky


Forbidden God Parents: Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, all Titans, Pan, Artemis, Hera, all forms of Ra/Re, Odin, all Norse creator gods, some creator Egyptian gods (we will decide on who is or is not allowed, but they can't be the god/goddess of creation themselves).
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