Here's what I got so far: KYNGIRAN RELIGION Elu = god of the sky who created the other gods/universe Nammat = god of the sea, created by Elu Kitu = goddess of the earth, created by Elu Luru= god of the sun and time, created by Elu Es = god of Eos and fate, twin of Ersana and created by Elu Ersana = goddess of Ersa and justice, twin of Es and created by Elu Ninan = goddess of Aerethyc and war, daughter of Luru and Ersana Nidu =god of Caelus and farming, son of Luru and Ersana Lalil = god of Semreh and writing, son of Luru and Ersana Alnir = god of Themis and main god of the weather, son of Nammat and Kitu, married to Isku, minor goddess of the wind Arakula = goddess of the underworld, daughter of Nammat and Kitu Enur = god of Adrestia and knowledge, son of Alnir and Isku Larsu = goddess of Thrax and love, daughter of Alnir and Isku Creation Myth: Elu, the primordial sky, gave rise to Nammat and Kitu, the sea and land, creating the universe. Elu would later create more gods to rule different aspects of the new universe (the sun and moons). Nammat and Kitu then gave birth to Alnir and Arakula. The early gods were sometimes aligned but very often antagonized or fought each other, leading to paranoia and distrust. Nammat tried to kill Alnir out of fear his son would usurp his power but failed, and Alnir banished Nammat from the heavens, which is why it rains. Alnir would later marry the goddess Isku and give rise to even more gods. Arakula later attempted to avenge Nammat's banishment but was herself banished underground, where she created the realm of Arkul. Alnir then became the leader of the entire pantheon. Elu, Kitu, Alnir and Nammat (despite his banishment, he was still very powerful) then created humanity (who didn't age) and animals to populate the new world, and they found several cities: Nissar, Marun, Nagshe and Nidunu. The first people, however, were wicked and as punishment the gods took the human's immortality, creating death, and allowed Nammat to flood the world. Some people and animals survived and were allowed to repopulate the world. Afterlife: Humans who died went to Arkul (the realm of the goddess Arakula), where they sleep and dream forever in a dismal underground version of the regular world. Those who lived good lives slept peacefully, while people who did many misdeeds were punished with endless nightmares. The twin moon gods Es and Ersana, along with Arakula herself, determined the destiny of mortals. The sky would forever remain only for the gods, seen to mortals as the heavenly bodies in the aether. There is a belief that one day, at the end of time, the gods will restore immortality to the worthy humans and the dormant souls in Arkul will awaken. History: Beginning around -2000 AF, worship of the Elunna (offspring of Elu) and Elu himself would remain the dominant religion in Kyngir for over three thousand years. Kyngirans worshiped their gods in large, terraced temples, with every city worshiping their own patron god as well as the main ones. They were at first a theocratic society ruled by priest-kings who were seen as the bridge between humans and the supernatural, but over time as warfare became increasingly recurrent, military-minded kings came to rule instead of the priests, living in palaces instead of the temples. This event occurred around 700 AF. The Elunna would continue to play a major role in Kyngir even after the rise of Narrak, even though the would see name changes and combinations with the Narrakian pantheon.