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Religion and mythology has played a major role in all Qirsyllvian societies throughout history. Faith – whether just one deity or several or none, and other beliefs – goes back to the dawn of Qirsyllvian civilizations.

Religions and their associated mythologies are often formed around a certain common myth or legend, which are usually centered around one or more legendary figures. This in mind, religions are either polytheistic, worshiping multiple deities; monotheistic, worshiping only one deity; or nonthiestic, worshiping no deity in general.

Individual religious devotion in all societies is, of course, on a spectrum, from devout adherents to those that just go through some of the motions by rote as a cultural norm. Moreover, some people are irreligious and privately don't believe in any gods or religious systems.

On the other hand, some are so devout to their faith to the point of pure fanaticism. Such zealousness is often preached against, as it can lead to adherents to taking their religious doctrines too far when they interpret them in the most extreme ways.

Tolerance toward other religions is also on a spectrum, which can range from open acceptance to blatant intolerance. Some will openly accept, even appreciate, another faith (sometimes causing the lines between the faiths to blur and merge, leading to the creation of a syncretic faith), while others will view another religion with prejudice and hatred and view its existence and practices as heresy.

Religious extremism combined with prejudiced intolerance toward other faiths almost always leads to conflict, even war in the most extreme cases.

Major Religions & Mythologies

Abjaksanic Religions

Religions centered around the worship of one, a few, or all of the Abjaksan.


Main article: Al-Haqiqa


Main article: Septifidelity


Main article: Shantivad

Monothiestic Religions

Religions centered around the worship of a single deity.


Gadarudara (Grandmother) is the goddess worshiped by the Nekcr'zii Amazons. Gadarudara is the divine protectress of the islands on which they live, and is believed to be the ancestress of their people.

One of the most noticeable practices is that Nekcr'zii Amazons of all ages and social standing, even royalty, bare their bellies at all times, covering them only when it's too cold. This practice stems from the belief that they are all descendants of Gadarudara and, while a physical umbilical cord are cut at birth, are connected to one another by a cosmic energy via an intangible cord, referred to as an "ubikani," which stretches endlessly and tangles but is only severed by the inevitable event of death. This leads to a funerary practice of covering the deceased's belly to signify that the ubikani has been cut for good, which also gave birth to the funerary phrase "The ubikani has been cut."

Other belief's about it is that having their belly rubbed by a close friend or loved one, kith or kin, or even someone of higher stature, brings good luck, to both the recipient and the rubber; this is especially observed often during a woman's pregnancy.


Isten is the god worshiped by the Magyars of northern Eurodysia.

Led by a Szentatya (equivalent to the Pope of the Synkratic Church, or the Zodje of the Vampiric Pantheon), with

Other religious titles, from highest to lowest, include:

  • Apát
  • Érsek
  • Főesperes
  • lelkész
  • Szerzetes
  • Apáca (a feminine title).


Kanukco (Sky Lord) is a sky deity worshiped mostly by the Pterytiko of the Sky Cities.


Main article: Mongolmal''


Xirphran is a dragon god worshiped by the Divine Dragon Alliance and their followers. Xirphran is believed to have created the land on which Drakyncia now sits. It is primarily practiced in Drakyncia by the Divine Dragon Alliance and their followers, while there is limited worship by smaller communities around and outside Drakyncia.

Duothiestic Religions

Religions centered around the worship of two deities.

Ta Faludaros

Miglohal and Tuligahal, oftentimes known together as Ta Faludaros (The Founders), are twin gods worshiped in the City of Paititi. According to mythology, the two were the mortal founders of Paititi and both were deified upon their death. Mythology also claims that the ruling family of Paititi is descended from Tuligahal and a mortal woman known to history as Chelgasi.

Swyll'zhor & Ny'kith

Swyll'zhor & Ny'kith (3nhÍj¸k9N6 2ÈP 5ÌaT3) are a pair of deities worshiped as the sole god and goddess in Soleil, as well as by some Soleillien Gallique immigrants in Fuso.

Swyll'zhor, also known as the Lord of the Sun, is a solar deity. Ny'kith, also known as the Mother of the Moons, is the lunar deity. Followers of this faith believe that they watch over all during the day and night as they fly across the sky.

Worship of the pair allegedly goes back to when the peninsula was Salrin-dominated, and perhaps predates even the Garvin Empire. Many religiophilosiphers believe that the two were originally Salrin deities, but most modern Salrin religious authorities and experts repudiate this.

Whatever their origin, they were adopted by the Soleillien Kingdom as their god and goddess as they expanded, supplanting Septifidelity almost entirely.

Tritheistic Religions

Religions centered around the worship of three deities.

Trinity of Camelot

The Trinity of Camelot is an Albinese religion that revolves around the worship of three figures, two of which were mortal men before ascension to godhood. This faith is almost exclusively worshiped in Albion, but there is some minor worship just beyond the borders. This religion is worshiped alongside Septifidelity, the main religion of Albion.

Triad Member Personification Historicity & Other notes
Arthur Pendragon Honor & Chivalry Often simply known as King Arthur, was Camelot's first king. The son of Uther Pendragon, a legendary Albin-Fordar lord of Nghelt-descent, Arthur was a legendary warrior, and alleged demigod, who founded Camelot through the overthrow of his uncle, Vortigern the Cruel, during Petty Kingdoms Period of High Albion. Deified upon his death.
Myrddin Magic & Learning A legendary Nghelt magician, Myrddin was the Grand Sorcerer of Camelot in life. A magical master, and the advisor of Uther, he aided Arthur in the founding of Camelot and the battle against dark entities and invaders that threatened his kingdom afterwards. He also founded of the Mystic Order, a society of magic dedicated to preserving harmony between the Magic and Mortal Realms. Deified upon his death.
Lady of the Lake Nature & Beauty Also known by the name Viviane, is the guardian spirit of the Great Lake of Camelot. She is also the protector of the forests and Camelot itself. Legends say that Viviane was the mother of Arthur Pendragon.

The Jadeites

The Jadeites are a trio of jade animal deities, the eagle, the jaguar, and the snake, worshiped in the Aztec, Mayan and Olmec cultures of Nekcroz. The trio is also worshiped to a minor extent in northern Xotil. Sometimes known by their proper names, Skyl'karc (the eagle), Duk'urn (the jaguar), and Bo'topl (the snake), the eagle represents the sky, and jaguar represents the land, and the snake represents the sea. Worshipers believe them to be the protectors of all Nekcr'zii peoples, and the givers of life.

Often personified in totems made of jade with the eagle on top, the jaguar in the middle, and the snake on the bottom jade idols of the three deities decorate temples and homes of all who worship it. Some even wear jade totem pendants of them

Pantheonic Religions

Religions based around the worship of a large collection of deities, or a "pantheon."

Ākalaʻpoʻe Pantheon

The Ākalaʻpoʻe Pantheon is a set of deities worshiped by the peoples of the Maluhia Archipelago.

Deity Representation
Aumakua Spirit of an ancestor or family God
Iekika Kaʻaukai The first abjaksan of Maritymir and one of seven merpeople of the Ākalaʻpoʻe faith.
Haikili God of thunder
Haumea Goddess of birth
Hina Goddess of the moons
Kaho'ali'i God of the underworld
Kalamainu'u A lizard Goddess
Kamapua'a Warlike God of wild boars
Kamohoali'i A shark God
Kanaloa God of the oceans
Kane God of wild foods and plants like trees, etc.

Also the God of the forests and jungles with all their gifts like wood, medicinal plants and leaves, etc.

Ku God of war
Kuula God of fishermen
Laka Goddess of hula & fertility/reproduction, love, & beauty
Lono God of agriculture & peace
Lona Goddess of the Moons
Namaka A sea Goddess
Nu'akea Goddess of milk
Papa Goddess of Nature
Paka'a God of the wind
Poli'ahu Goddesses of snow
Pele Goddess of fire and volcanoes
Ukupanipo A shark God
Waka A lizard Goddess
Wakea Sky father

Atlantoi Pantheon

Main article: Atlantoi Pantheon


Main article: Credintism


Main article: Din

Đức tin của Mưa

Main article: Đức tin của Mưa

Dwarven Pantheon

The polytheistic religion of the Geminian Dwarves. Unlike most pantheons, the figures of the Dwarven Pantheon were actual legendary historical figures that were posthumously deified for the deeds they did. However, even with supposedly reliable historical records, whether or not they actually existed or did these deeds are hard to prove.

Ancestory Deity Representation Historicity & Other notes:
Akarak God of Mining and Stoneworking Historically, he was a dwarven miner-turned-architect who constructed a vast city, known to history as Fralgronik, within a vast cavern. The location of the city has been lost to history, though most adventurers retain hope of finding it.
Calrik God of Warriors Historically, he was a dwarven general-turned-emperor and genius military commander in the ancient Dwarven empire of Ral'saric. He led a revolt that overthrew a tyrannical dwarven dynasty, and founded a new one with himself as emperor. Both before and after his ascension, he led armies, expanded the borders of Ral'saric, and remained undefeated to the end of his days.
Hargrac God of Ale, Beer & Beermaking Historically, he was the creator of the recipe of modern Dwarven Beer and Ale, which many peoples all over Qirsyllviar continue to enjoy.
Grazgrim God of Death and Ruler of the Underworld Historically, he was a dwarven general that accomplished many victories in the name of his king. However, he eventually developed a fetish for killing so strong that he went rogue and on a killing spree; everywhere he went, bloodshed followed. He was eventually slain and his head left on a pike. As punishment, he was condemned to hell, where he eventually became its ruler, deified as the god of death.
Kazrakor The God of Smithing The divine patron of all dwarven smiths. Historically, he was a master blacksmith that forged the Sword of Karkadraz, the personal blade of Karkadraz, history's first known dwarven king.
Valkyra Goddess of Healing Historically, she was a dwarven nurse who invented many healing techniques that continue to be used today. She was also charitable and helped anyone in need no matter what it cost her.

The Enneamagi

The nine-pointed star of the Enneamagi

The Enneamagi were a group of nine of renowned sorcerers and sorceresses of various cultures across Qirsyllviar. These nine mages were powerful magic-users that came together roughly two thousand years before modern time, and founded a nation of magic known to history as the Sorcerer's Republic of Rioclyier, in the region the Confederation of Czi'kolgyar now resides. At the same time, they founded the Rioclyier Academy of Magic. Several decades after their deaths, the Rioclyier Republic fell apart due to what history remembers as the Great War of Magic, but the academy remains. Deified upon their deaths, the faith has become the dominant religion of Czi'kolgyar, and is popular with other magic users everywhere.

Each of the Enneamagi represents a different specialty of magic.

The nine Enneamagi are:
Enneamagi Represented Specialty Historicity & Other notes
Arya Taghavi She originated from southeastern Aquilonis.
Fleur Croix Enchantments She originated from Soleil during the Gallique Invasion period.
Gnaeus Albinus He originated from pre-Solarii western Eurodysia.
Ikkrija Hardico Elemental Magic He was an Talmyr from pre-imperial Talmyrnia.
Maria Ivanova She originated from the central reagions of what is now Merzlota.
Nicholas von Pracht He originated from pre-imperial Starkland.
Patrick O'Connell Potioneering He originated from Ghlastír.
Song Zhijian
He originated from Tianchao during the Western, Central & Northern Dynasties period.
Vaibhav Chakladar
वैभव चकलादार
Chi Magic He originated from southern Tarak.


Main article: Faeism

Incolae Pantheon

The Incolae Pantheon is a pantheon of deities worshiped in western Eurodysia, primarily by the Incolae people of Solaris and partially by a small minority of the Dell'isolano, predating even the Zedylrian Empire by at least a millennium. It was the dominant faith in these regions before being supplanted by Septifidelity but it remains a minority faith, in particular with those who have lost faith with Septifidelity.

The Deities of the Incolae Pantheon include
Deity Representation Historicity & other Notes
Venus Goddess of Love
Sol God of the Sun
Mars God of War
Minerva Goddess of Wisom
Aurora Goddess of the Dawn
Bacchus God of Wine
Cupid God of desire, erotic love, attraction, and affection
Diana Goddess of the hunt
Juno Queen of the Gods & Goddess of Marriage
Mercury Messenger of the Gods
Vesta Goddess of the Hearth
Jupiter King of the Gods and god of thunder & lightning
Pluto God of the Dead Ruler of the Underworld.
Neptune God of the Sea
Terra Goddess of life & the world.
Vulcan God of the Forge and Blackmithing

Forsprakkar Mythology

Main article: Forsprakkar Pantheon & Mythology


Main article: Genkyo


Main article: Jokmid

Kemeti Pantheon

Main article: Kemeti Pantheon


Main article: Laukik


Main article: Linglun


Main article: Singwar


Main article: Shevshelt

Soynaltic Pantheon

The polytheistic religion of the Soynaltic people and the national religion of the eponymous Empire of Soynaltiar. The deities of the Soynaltic Pantheon date back to before the first true Soynaltic state.

Deity Representation Historicity & Other notes
Ab'korch God of Sovereigns & the Weather King of the Soynaltic Gods.
Acforkok God of Chaos
Aletas'veritheia Goddess of Truth
Almeryatcha Goddess of the Sun and Moons
Aptamoq God of Wisdom A Soynaltic emperor from ages past, known to history as Aptamoq IV & Aptamoq the Great; deified for ushering in the longest and most well-remembered golden age in Soynaltic history.
By'thrach Goddess of Spring, Winter, Earth, & Water
Ghirlanno Goddess of Wine & Winemaking
Kadikache Goddess of Strength & Beauty Namesake of the capital city of Atlantis.
Krakloroc God of Death
Loakriorco God of Farming & Agriculture
Naydinrue Goddess of the Arts
Saityroe God of Magic Patron deity of mages. A Maritymiri abjaksan from ages past, and the namesake of Saityroe's Comet. Deified for giving his life to resolve the largest civil war in Soynaltic history.
Thygikache Goddess of Knowledge, Science, & Learning Consort of Ab'korch.
Urkkaroc God of War. Patron deity of warriors.
Zaqkar God of Summer, Autumn, Fire, & Wind


Main article: Talmyrism

Xotilic Pantheon

The Xotilic Pantheon is a polytheistic set of deities worshiped by the lizardfolk Empire of Xotil. This religion began with the discovery a number of idols in the stone and metal craft that brought the alien technology to southern Nekcroz. It is almost exclusively worshiped in the Xotilic Empire, and in its extracontinental possessions.

Deity Representation Historicity & Other Notes
Azki Goddess of Life
Czil God of the Sun
Draxzi Goddess of Dreams
Exri God of Energy
Foxtroc God of Iron
Gikzrajk God of Magic
Harkx God of the Jungles
Ikzix God of the Moons
Jukrazzic God of Time
Khorlix God of the Sea
Kraktox God of Chaos
Krikox Goddess of Fire
Razhock God of Honor
Talikozi God of Earth
Tokzixc God of Poisons
Urix God of the Hunt
Viirtac God of Truth
Xzinc God of Death Ruler of the Underworld.
Yuxil Goddess of War
Zchok Goddess of Storms

Other Religions, Legends & Mythologies

Minor Religions & Mythologies

Some religions and churches are little known despite many followers, are just recently founded cults, or have few followers outside their place of origin. Most are simply not worshiped outside a confined region, usually where they were founded, or are just not extent enough to be counted amongst the major religions of the world.

Cult of El Dorado

El Dorado is a pagan golden deity worshiped by the Meridiano.

According to old Meridiano myth, El Dorado was a Meridiano chieftain who foresaw the coming of an apocalypse in the form of a "falling star." When the falling star appeared in the sky, El Dorado coated himself in liquid gold and chanted a prayer. El Dorado glowed as bright as the sun and the star was repelled back into the sky. El Dorado ceased glowing, but he had sacrificed himself and was rendered a solid gold statue in the pose he maintained while chanting.

The pose of his statue then became the symbol of his worship. While public worship of him has long been suppressed by the Synkratic Church's dominance in the region, a hidden cult dedicated to him still persists.

The Ocean God

The Ocean God, popularly known as "Aequor," is a sea deity popular with seamen of all races. Followers believe that he creates all the natural phenomena that occurs at sea, storms, waves, maelstroms, etc. either to help them get to where they need to be, or to divert them because they're not meant to reach their destination.

Temple of Pleasure

The Temple of Pleasure is a minor sect that worships a sex and fertility goddess called "Syrilumei", who is often depicted as a nude, voluptuous, lascivious, and buxom woman. Followers of this faith consider sex to be a holy and life-affirming act that honors their goddess.

Pagan in origin, the Temple was originally founded in pre-colonial northern Nekcroz by a culture known to history as the Niicrukala people, but has since spread to most parts of the world. Regardless, the religion remains partially obscure, but it is a popular religion amongst prostitutes, and is therefore often introduced via brothels. It is not uncommon for such occupants to convert.

This religion is popular with succubi and incubi as well. Consequently, to those who don't know better, it is believed that Syrilumei is a deified succubus, but practitioners of the faith staunchly claim and believe otherwise.

The Sky God and the Ocean Goddess

The Sky God and the Ocean Goddess, better known by their proper names Leduo and Aymii respectively, are a pair a lover deities worshiped solely in the Republic of Gargantia.

The myth claims that Leduo descended from the heavens after losing a fight to a superior and evil god (who is known by many names, but the popular one is Krugier), and Aymii nursed him back to health. Leduo eventually fell in love with Aymii and swore to protect her from any danger. Aymii fell in love with Leduo in return and worried that he will never return when he left to defeat the evil god for good, but Leduo prevailed and returned to Aymii's side.

Every year, festivals are held to commemorate the loving reunion of Leduo and Aymii.

It is believed that Leduo and Aymii left several children in the mortal world, and several people claim descent from them, but these claims are difficult to prove.

Followers of the faith believe that Leduo was a human while Aymii was a mermaid.

Other Mythological Figures

There are several mythological figures whose existence is either obscured by myth or so famous that they've passed into legend. Most existed either before, or just after, the time of the first abjaksan.

Adam & Eve

The first human man and woman. Legends say that direct descendants of them possess a unique sense.

Orion & Delphia

Orion and Delphia were legendary centaurs.

Marina & Ophir

Marina and Ophir were the first mermaid and merman, according to merfolk mythology.

Heaven, the Underworld & Hell

The concepts of Heaven and Hell, the afterlife and damnation, are common beliefs across the world. It is universal belief that the Spirit World is made up of two or layers, and heaven and hell represent some of them. Almost all religious faiths speak of heaven and hell in some measure, and all believe that whichever one moves on to upon death is subject to a judgement by some higher power, particularly a specific god that represents the afterlife.


Heaven, the realm of the afterlife, is where people supposedly go when they have a good life.

Heaven and the afterlife is known by many names in different cultures and religions.
Name of Heaven Culture/Religion Historicity & Other Notes
Aaru Term for heaven in Kemeti culture. also known as the Field of Reeds.
Eden Term for heaven commonly used by in Septifidelity and Shevshelt. Described as a tropical paradise where residents wander in the nude, free of shame and the stresses of the mortal world. Eden is believed to be divided into seven realms, each ruled by one of the Seven Archangels.
Elysium Term for heaven originating in Atlantoi culture. The term is still used occasionally across parts of Qirsyllviar.
Term for heaven in the Laukik & Shantivad faiths.
Rai Term for heaven in vampiric culture. presided over by Ua.
Term for heaven in Genjin culture. The upper half of Shigo-no-sekai, the Genjin term for the world after death.
Taoger An ancient term for heaven in Elven cultures.
Term for heaven in Wan culture.
Titania's Grove The Alfheimish equivalent to Eden. While a known physical place in the living world, Titania's Grove is believed by Alfheimish fairies to be where the spirits of the deceased reside upon being judged fit for the afterlife.
Tlalocan Term of heaven in central Nekcrozi cultures.
Xatar Term for heaven Xotil culture.

Underworld & Hell

While also a physical place beneath the surface of Qirsyllviar, the spiritual concepts of the underworld and hell are often used interchangeably, and are sometimes confusingly believed to be one and the same, but it is most commonly believed that the underworld and hell are two layers of the same plane away from the world of the living, with hell considered lower than the underworld.

The Underworld, sometimes known as Limbo, is the realm of the dead, where the dead reside before judgement. Hell is the realm of the damned, where those who have committed grave sins in their life spend the rest of eternity. Some cultures describe Hell as a blazing inferno of fire and lava, while other sources describe it as a frigid frozen wasteland.

Those who have committed a grave sin in their life are usually condemned to eternity in Hell, the believed lower part of the underworld, or to simply remain in the underworld forever.

Some cultures and faiths have no concept of the underworld, only hell, and so refer to the underworld as limbo, or the ghostly plane, the netherworld, or the astral plane, where they await judgement before being sent on. Other cultures and faiths have no concept of hell, only the underworld, and so believe that the damned walk in the underworld for eternity, unable to move on to the afterlife.

The Underworld and Hell are known by many names in different cultures and religions, and are sometimes considered one and the same, or have no concept of one or the other.
Name of the Underworld/Hell Culture/Religion Historicity & Other notes
Term for hell in the Wan culture. Ruled by Emperor Yanluo. Its capital is the damned city of Youdu (幽都).
Duat Term for the underworld in Kemeti culture. Presided over by Osiris
Hades/Tartarus interchangeable terms for the underworld or hell, originating in Atlantoi culture. The terms are still used interchangeably across parts of Qirsyllviar.
Iad Term for the underworld and hell in Vampiric culture. Ruled by Erohoris.
Italdar Term for hell Xotil culture.
Lofykear An ancient term for the underworld and hell in Elven cultures.
Term for hell in the Laukik & Shantivad faiths.
Purgatory Term for hell used in Septifidelity and Shevshelt. Described as a seven-leveled blazing inferno of fire and lava, ruled by Satan, the High King of Purgatory. Like in Eden, residents are stripped naked; but unlike in Eden, they retain their shame and it is believed that they are being displayed for all to see so that they are more vulnerable to the horrification and tormentry of Purgatory.
Xibalba Term for the underworld in central-Nekcrozi cultures
Term for the underworld and hell in Genjin culture. The lower half of Shigo-no-sekai, the Genjin term for the world after death. Ruled by Demon King Enma.

Dark Religion

Dark religion is a form of religion where followers worship some dark deity or several. They are often looked down upon by most people, particularly if they are followers of a holy religion. The dark cults around Qirsyllviar are often subject to isolation despite their many followers.

Cult of Akuma

The Cult of Akuma is a Genjin demonic cult that worships various demons of Genjin culture as the supreme beings instead of the kamigami.

Church of Chaos

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The Church of Chaos, sometimes known as the Dark Church, the Chaos Order, or the Dark Order, is the hidden church that worships the Gods of Chaos.

Under the command of the Great Lord of Chaos, a title that is both religious and militaristic, the Church's primary figure of worship is Voldrazar, the Dark Lord of Chaos who was defeated by the abjaksan, but the church also pays homage to two other chaos deities who were Voldazar's "hands," Maldrazell and Syle'rikinia.


According to popular myth, Maldrazell was the right-hand-man of the Dark Lord Voldrazar. He is depicted as a black-robed skeleton with bones made of dark crystal. A cult dedicated to him once tyrannically ruled the City of Maldrazik, now called the City of Rondar, before the Order of Rondar took it from them.


According to popular myth, Syle'rikina was the left-hand-woman of Voldrazar. She is depicted as a demonic succubus who could suck out the souls of anyone she fed off of, something a normal succubus simply can't do.

The CoC also pays homage to chaos deities from other faiths and pantheons as part of a "Pantheon of Chaos."

The CoC is underground and hidden from public eye, most not even knowing of its existence, save for their mortal enemies, the Order of Eden. But, unlike other dark religions, the followers of the Dark Church are a bit more active through it's armed branch, the Army of Chaos. The purpose of this church is purely conquest, pandemonium, and the genocide of all things "mortal", with their leaders seeking to plunge all of Qirsyllviar into chaos, and most seeking the eventual resurrection of the Dark Lord Voldrazar.

The Church and the Army together operate under the "Rule of Three." While there may be thousands of men and women in service to the church or the army, there can only be three leading lords at any given time: the Great Lord of Chaos, and his/her two subordinates, the "Left Hand of Chaos" and the "Right Hand of Chaos." The Great Lord is marked by a gold Chaos symbol necklace, while the Left and Right Hands are marked by a chaos necklace that also bears the respective hand.

Cult of Morgan & Mordred

Anti-Septifidelic Religions

These religions together are the polar opposite of Septifidelity. They seek to bring about darkness and supplant Septifidelity altogether.

Church of Satan

Symbol of Satan.

The Church of Satan is the primary dark church that worships the Devil High King of Purgatory, Satan. The Church of Satan was once the rulers of the Empire of Darkania, before it was defeated by the early worshipers of Septifidelity.

The Church of Satan has no official headquarters and is underground, but that has not stopped it from gaining numerous followers of all races over the centuries.

The church's primary practices include living sacrifices to Satan, and the race doesn't matter.

Cult of the Sins

Inverted star of the Cult of Sins

The Cult of the Sins is a dark religion that worships seven demons that equate to the seven mortal sins. The cult was founded within generations of the founding of Septifidelity, and has been a source of ire for the church ever since.

Followers believe that embracing of sin is the ultimate liberation, free from the rules that constitute society.

Extinct Religions

Extinct religions are religious beliefs that are no longer practiced, but not necessarily forgotten.

List of extinct religions

  • Gallique Pantheon: The polytheistic Gallique Pantheon was the gods worshiped by the Gallique people before the introduction of Septifidelity.
  • Great Eagle: The Great Eagle was a deity worshiped by the Nekrc'zii culture before being combined with the Jadeites.
  • Salroka: The god worshiped by the Salrin people before the introduction of Septifidelity.
  • Zedylrian Pantheon: The polytheistic pantheon worshiped by the ancient Zedylri of the Zedylrian Empire, and, for a time, the successor states. The pantheon soon phased out of use as it was replaced by other religions, most notably Septifidelity. The Solramese who created the calendar used parts of names of several members of the pantheon as names of the months of the year. Aside for that one remaining mark, very few people remember what the names of the many deities were.

Notes & Trivia

  • Many people of many faiths have long believed Rings of Qirsyllviar to be the home of heavenly gods; other faiths have placed the home of the gods in more "earthly" locations.
  • With pantheons with multiple gods, a great many of the listed deities have cults dedicated to them, while still remaining under the umbrella of the main religion.
  • The deities of the vampiric pantheon are, naturally, vampires themselves.
  • Besides the Enneamagi, magic-users are also known to worship deities of magic from various other cultures/faiths.
  • Some of the listed religions are based on real world faiths:
    • The Ākalaʻpoʻe Pentheon is based on figures in the ancient Hawaiian religion. All listed deities were worshiped at one point or another.
  • New Albion/Skerna has a freedom of religion policy, one of few on Qirsyllviar, and the most prevalent religions are: Septifidelity (all denominations), Al-Haqiqa, Talmyrism, Laukik and Shantivad.