Please note any race can pick any god (with the exception to Minandor, which is gnome only)
The deities available with a prayer example (note that granted prayers may be entirely different and this is just an example) are:
Orthos: The god of slaughter. This god is all about killing. The more death the better. Mostly worshipped by undead, orcs and psychopaths. These cultist priests rely on their god to gain abilities regarding blood, death and corpses.
Example of prayer grant: The player begins to bleed out of every orifice. This causes minor bloodloss for the rest of the battle, but it gives the priest incredible strength, and makes him ignore most pain.
Pothra: The god of darkness. This god is all about the darkness and the night. Mostly worshipped by dwarves and drow. These priests of the night rely on their god to gain abilities regarding shadows, the night and blackness.
Example of prayer grant: The day turns into night, complete darkness covers the battlefield. Though both players can still see, vision is reduced to night-vision (those with nightvision such as drow and dwarves) have a significant advantage.
Midaen: God of Greed. This god is all about getting money, gold, gems and riches. Mostly worshipped by Dwarves and humans. These pompous priests of wealth rely on their god to gain abilities concerning gold, money, and riches
Example of Prayer grant: The priests robe glitters with gold and silver lining, and gems adorning it, making it hard to see directly at the priest. However, any human beings nearby may be overcome with greed and may attempt to attack the priest to take his robes. The enhancement is only temporary, and will not increase it?s sale value.
Staphara: Goddess of Gluttony. This goddess is all about food, and fat. Mostly worshipped by halflings. These chubby priests mostly rely on their god to gain abilities regarding food,fat and craving.
Example of Prayer grant: The opponent is imbued with an insatiable hunger, that forces him to feed, on anything available. Everything he or she eats will cause him to grow fatter, and slower at a staggering rate (A simple loaf of bread will make you turn your sixpack into a potbelly). However, this means the priest is seen as a valid source of food as well....
Rastaphara: Goddess of Famine. The sister of Staphara, This goddess is all about famine, and thin. Mostly worshipped by elves. These slender priests rely on their god to gain abilities regarding lack of food, thin-ness and craving.
Example of Prayer grant: The priest becomes so thin he can fit inside the smallest cracks and crevasses. However, this makes him more frail, and a big gust of wind may knock him over. His strength is not changed, or his speed.
Custom Evil God: The moderators must approve of your god, and it needs to be in this format, WITH an example. Prayer grants will ALWAYS be weaker than an existing god (less people worship your god!)
Cavakusss: The god of reptiles. This god is all about reptilians. Mostly worshipped by Ssar. These reptile loving priests rely on their gods to give them abilities regarding reptiles, venoms and fangs.
Example of Prayer grant: The priest receives a crocodiles jaw. He can now easily hide himself in water, and slam down his jaws with great force upon his opponents, but he has virtually no power to open his jaw when force is exerted, and his eyesight is reduced.
Radah: The goddess of Felines. This god is all about cats. Mostly worshipped by Kiltharr. These feline loving priests rely on their gods to give them abilities regarding cats, agility and speed.
Example of prayer grant: The priest receives an immense boost in his legs, allowing him to jump high, run fast, and grant high agility. A downside is that the legs are now so slender, and strained that they?re more easily injured than normal.
Pyrakkha: The god of fire. This god is all about fire. Mostly worshipped by pyromaniacs and people who hate cold. These heatloving priests rely on their god to give them abilities regarding heat, fire and burning.
Example of Prayer grant: The priest begins to glow with extreme heat, melting any metal (including his own weapon). Touching him burns, and the ground he walks catches fire. A downside is that he?s now unarmed for the duration of his blessing.
Ahkkaryp: The goddess of cold, and the exact opposite of Pyrakkha. This goddess is all about cold. Mostly worshipped by inuit (eskimos) and those who hate heat, these frosty priests rely on their god to give them abilities regarding frost, cold and ice.
Example of prayer grant: The ground freezes, and the world turns into an arctic landscape. Fire has less effect, and it?s slippery to walk on the ground. The cold is so piercing that people not used to the cold suffer from slight lethargy (slower responses) the downside is that the priest has trouble moving around as much as the opponent (who may have ranged abilities)
Zoltan: The god of lightning. This god is all about lightning. Mostly worshipped by people with spikey hair, and the occasional gnome. These zapping priests rely on their god to give them abilities regarding electrics, lightning and thunder.
Example of prayer grant: The priest gets struck by a bolt of lightning. All his facial hair burns off, and he?s hurt a lot by the pure energy of the bolt. Afterwards however, the priest is literally electrified. This causes touching him with your body, or a metal conductor to feel like you?ve been struck by lightning. The effects are slowly removed in time. (x posts)
Zoltor: The god of wind, and the friend of Zoltan. Together they can summon thunderstorms of intense power. This god is all about wind. Mostly worshipped by seafarers and elves. These gusty priests rely on their god to give them abilities regarding wind, clouds and gusts
Example of prayer grant: A tornado of wind gathers around the priest. The priest is in the eye, which surrounds him for about 10 big paces around him. The tornado deflects most ranged attacks, and has the power to unroot small shrubberies, and such. After a few turns the tornado itself is a weapon with all the debris floating around. The downside is that the priest can?t see, or hear what?s outside of the tornado.
Jambor: The god of earth. This god is all about earth. Mostly worshipped by tribal orcs and Dwarves. These dirtfilled priests rely on their god to give them abilities regarding rocks, earth and soil.
Example of Prayer grant: The priest has rocks floating around him at high speed. Acting both as a shield and a weapon. The downside is that vision is reduced by the rocks whizzing past continually, making it hard to focus. Once all rocks have found a target (or the target found them) the prayer ends.
Minandor: The god of progress: This god is all about technical advancement. He is known only to the race of gnomes and a small sect of isolated dwarves. These technology loving priests rely on their god to give them a divine technological advancement.
Example: The priests technomace is imbued with divine power to be so lightweight it floats in his hands making it easy to strike fast and hard. Downside is that if he releases the mace it floats away.
Vacuus: The god of nothing: This god is all about the void. Mostly worshipped by emo...err..I mean Mostly worshipped by depressed people. These depressing priests rely on their god to give them abilities regarding voids, lacking, and depression.
Example: The priest becomes so depressed that parts of him simply vanish. His torso and legs are simply removed, and he now floats. The affected parts can no longer be hurt and terrain features don?t affect the vanished part, but he loses power in his arms (no attachment to put power behind) and floating is a lot slower than running.
Wedaeld: The god of nature: This gold is all about the power of nature. Mostly worshiped by druids, shapechangers, and sylvaan elves. These individuals rely on him to grant them powers based on the gifts of nature.
Example: The priest is granted a canine companion made out of vines that functions exactly like a wolf for five posts and can attack three times. The vines that the wolf is made of are covered in vines and it has the ability to spit several inch-long thorns from its mouth once. It is also much more flexible and mobile than a normal wolf.
Custom Neutral God: The moderators must approve of your god, and it needs to be in this format, WITH an example. Prayer grants will ALWAYS be weaker than an existing god (less people worship your god!)
Isham The god of sharing: This god is all about sharing. Mostly worshipped by kind benevolent people, this god is all about giving, happy thoughts and joy. These hippy priests rely on their god to spread the sharing.
Example: The priest is transformed into the a creature that only brings warm fuzzy feelings to the opponent. They have hesitancy to attack the priest from now on.
Aphrona The goddess of love: This goddess is all about love. Sister of Isham, together they form the kindness and benevolence of the majority of humanity. This goddess is all about love, happy thoughts and joy. These hippy priests rely on their god to spread the love.
Example: The priest receives a set of love daggers. Whenever he hits with these magical daggers, the opponent feels nothing but love for the priest for 1 turn. He can?t attack the priest for that 1 turn, though he may avoid and run away should he choose.
Ochre The god of music: This god is all about music. He focuses on musical inspiration, soothing and lullabies. These musical priests rely on their god to give them musical powers.
Example: The priests saxophone can now play a music that will stun any pet while playing it (ofcourse not given vs mt?s)
ManiovusThe god of harvest: This god is about good harvests. He focuses mainly on good crop years, benevolent weather and abundance. These farming priests rely on their god to give them farming benefits.
Example prayer grant: The priest receives a spiritual scythe that will both reap corn, as well as enemies of the harvest. The weapon functions on it?s own and thus the priest is automatically proficient in using the weapon.
Cuzco The god of day: This god is all about warmth. He focuses mainly on sunlight, daytime and warmth. Mostly worshipped by lizardmen and non-drow elves. These sunny priests rely on their god to give them powers concerning light and warmth.
Example: The priest shines with inner warmth, and is immune to cold for the rest of the battle.
Custom good God: The moderators must approve of your god, and it needs to be in this format, WITH an example. Prayer grants will ALWAYS be weaker than an existing god (less people worship your god!)