Campaign Religions of The Northern Waste

Religion

There are only a few Religions in the far North even more so in the The Northern Waste.

Religion is present in all cultures and levels of society. Most folks share a common set of pantheistic beliefs, Some others share different ideas. They roughly agree on the same story of creation, but accepting the existence of many major deities vs one deity. Most mainly worship only one as there favorite chosen god. For the kingdom of Loraine, Charbina’s neighbor The laity of Pelor, are most common. Their priests have an established hierarchy and offer services in the name of their God, from a simple alms or prayer for good luck to the great feat of ressurection. On the other hand the nation of Bellmeade follows the woodland gods and a few others of note.
For the kingdom of Charbina, The laity of Elonia, or the Woodland Gods are not as common. Followers of the Norse religion are far more common. There priests have no established hierarchy but do offer services to the people in the names of all the Norse gods such as guidance, healing and sacrifices.

A few scholars may argue that the gods are figments of the imagination of men, but most Charbinians believe implicitly in their existence. For there society is dominated by superstition.

The Norse Gods

Æsir ‘War’


  • Balder
    Bragi
    Forseti
    Frigga
    Hænir,Lodur
    Hermod,Skirnir
    Hod,Vali,Vidar
    Loki
    Odin
    Thor
    Tyr
    Ullr

  • Vanir ‘Nature’


  • Frey
    Freyja
    Heimdal
    Njord

  • Ragnarok
    Many Norse believe in Ragnarok and live a life to allow them to take part in the end.

    The Church of Pelnor

    Church of Pelor

    There are additional religions in Loraine but the numbers are small and without enough members to have any sway in the lives of most men.

    The Woodland Gods

    Church of the Druids

    There are additional religions in Bellmeade but the numbers are small and without enough members to have any sway in the lives of most men.

    Campaign Religions of The Northern Waste

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