5e GODS LIFE
5e Gods live on the Planes, with their alignments. They protect the community with flowers and followers. They make their home in some ways, impossible to reach. There are different religions which 5e gods follow: Mystery cult, Monotheism, Dualism, and Animism, or Philosophies.
Killing Gods of 5e is so easy, you just have to steal the worshipers and followers from them, and left them with huge trouble. Lesser deities and gods are those who do not have a high amount of worshippers and followers.
There are four types of Pantheons in D&D or 5e gods. The Celtic, Greek, Norse, and Egyptian. These all Pantheons are standing on mysteries and stories; they do not have connections to reality. They only include those deities who are the most responsible and favourable diety for use in a game. Pantheons created to serve the needs of the game; these Pantheons are related to historical religions from our ancient world.
THE GREEK PANTHEONS
There are six Greek Gods and Goddesses, who were the Olympians of the council.
GODS OF GREEK MYTHOLOGY
GODDESS OF GREEK MYTHOLOGY
THE NORSE PANTHEON
YMIR- THE GIANTS OF ANCESTORS
YMIR was the first who created by the ice and heat both, before the creation of this world. Ymir’s body was also responsible for making the male and female, and the difference between them.
Ymir god had a son called Bor, who married Bestla.
Odin- Aesir Gods King
Odin god was the God of the tribe. Odin often connected to a couple of deities and aspects, healing, royalty, sorcery, and wisdom. Odin’s character also referred to as a ruler of Asgard. Odin could rule the water, so he draws the water from the roots of Yggdrasil, which blinds the nine world mythology.
Modern mythology, the name Odin is related to Wednesday, which is a third of the week.
THOR- DEFENDER OF ASGARD
In Norse and german mythology, Thor was the most famous and powerful God amongst all other gods. He used to portray with red bore and with a hammer. Thor was the son of Odin and his wife, Fjorgyn.
Thor picturized by the God of fertility, growth, and agriculture. Thursday is also dedicated to the God Thor.
BALDER – GOD OF LIGHT & PURITY
Balder is a half brother of Thor and son of Odin. He loves those who have the purest heart, and he was wise gentle to those who love equality and fair. He builds the most magnificent ship. Hringhorni, which was used later as the funeral of Pyre after the tragic death of God.
Vidar- Silent God of Vengeance
He was also the son of Odin; later he avenges the death of his father by killing the monstrous wolf, at the Ragnarok. He was one of the gods, who survived the final conflict. Vidar always wears a special kind of boot which keeps him warm and ready to fight.
Vidar considered to be strong as Thor, but not more durable than Thor. In Hindu mythology, there is a counterpart of Vidar named Vishnu.
Tyr- God of War
He was the deity of war and wisdom. As the God of war, he was the most powerful and bravest God. There is a myth that Odin was his birth father or the giant Hymir. He was shown with a one-hand in Norse mythology since his limb bitten by the monstrous wolf Fenrir.
Loki- Trickster God
Loki was not the diety nor God in Norse mythology but lived with the other gods. He loves to make trouble for everyone and anyone, especially for the gods and goddesses in Asgard. Loki is known to be most cunning and bright, and he always comes up with new ideas to annoy the gods.
Loki loves to prank people, as long as he thinks there is no trouble for them. But when he stuck someone in a serious problem, he also saves them from that and comes up as a hero. Still, he is responsible for the deaths of many Norse gods during Ragnarok.
THE EGYPTIAN PANTHEONS
Top 10 Gods and Goddess of Egyptian Pantheons and Mythology:
- RA: God of the Sun and Radiance
- HORUS: God of Vengeance
- GEB: God of Earth
- AMUN-RA: The Hidden One
- MUT: The Mother Goddess
- THOTH: God of Knowledge and Wisdom
- HATHOR: Goddess of Motherhood
- SEKHMET: Goddess of War and Healing.
- OSIRIS: The King of the Living
- ANUBIS: The Divine Embalmer
THE CELTIC PANTHEONS
- Taranis – The God of Thunder
- Camulos – The God of War
- Dagda – The Cheerful Chief of Gods
- Dana – The Primordial Goddess of Nature
- Toutatis – The Guardian God of Gauls
- Belenus – The Effulgent Sun God
- Brigid – The Triple Goddess of Healing
- Mórrígan – The Mysterious Goddess of Fate
- Lugus / Lugh – The Courageous Warrior God
- Aengus (Angus) /Aonghus – The Youthful God of Love
5e NATURE GODS
- Auril God.
- Mielikki God.
- Silvanus God.
- Deep Sashelas God.
- Rillifane Rallathil God.
- Sekolah God.
- Skerrit God.
5e WAR GODS
- Grantor God.
- Maglubiyet God.
- Gruumsh God.
- Hruggek God.
- Kurtulmak God.
- Bahamut, God.
- Tyr God.
- Tempus God.
- Bane God.
- Malar God.