Time for another patrons-only world building post, dear readers!
This week, we’re looking at the connection between the Heart of Faerie and the deities/religions of the peoples of Tock’s world (inspired by a quote from Faeries and Enchantment Magazine, Spring 2018 issue).
Time for another (usually) patrons-only world building post, dear readers! However, remember that this month, all new posts are public for a Junefae/Pride Month Open House!
This week we’re looking at a lost Gnomish creation tale….
I’ve also made all previous posts on Gnomish religion available publicly, for extra context – link to those is at the bottom of the story!
More catchup time ^^; Thank you for your patience, dear readers, its been a very trying week.
Firstly, time for another World Building Wednesday post, then catch-up in order.
World Building Wednesday 17 & Orctober twenty four, “Wise”
Two bonuses today for my Patreon patrons!! (And technically about half of one for everyone, since I always share the WBW art.)
Firstly, it’s time for another patrons-only world building post! This week, we’re looking at the mysterious Badger folk.
(And remember, all Ranger patrons are in the running to WIN that month’s drawing!)
Gnomish religion is polytheistic, with a pantheon of many minor and major deities. Here are six of the major ones:
Butrus, god of stone, watches over the mining of precious gems and minerals.
Anosmia, goddess of protection and destruction, is often called upon for defense.
Fizzlebott, god of winds, looks over airships and other technologies.
Kimmer, goddess of soil, governs both plant-farming and wilder nature.
Shipley, god of shepherding, watches over animals, Gnomish families, and parenting.
Carwen, goddess of love and creation, rules the arts and romance.
(Even though there are visual representations of the gods in temples and the like, individual Gnomes are free to envision them and worship as they personally see fit.)
Regular updates resume next Monday!
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