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Since the early days of chronicled history, humanity has worshipped a number of gods and goddesses. These gods, known to some as the New Gods, are referred to by titles rather than names. Legends say that in the times of prehistory the Old Gods were named, and they used this power to walk among humanity and enslave it. Once the Old Gods were overthrown, their names were forbidden from being spoken lest they be called back into the mortal realm.

The pantheon of New Gods consists of:

Worship of any, or all, of the New Gods is considered common and accepted practice (although worshipers of the Dark Hunter, the Bearer of Masks, and the Mad Jester are certainly regarded with caution). Due in large part to the dark tales of the Old Gods’ conquest, variant religions and cults are regarded with suspicion, if not outright persecuted. Even the worship of nature itself without the inclusion of the Mother of All is considered a questionable practice.

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