Trisdekatheon

Trisdekatheon

XiphiosChaotic Neutral God: King of the Gods, The Thunderer, Just Ruler, Mighty Storm
Grandfather TimeNeutral Titan: Counter of Time, Great Watcher, Father of the Gods, Scythebearer
Aedai Chaotic Neutral Goddess: Queen of the Gods, Mother of Heroes, Jealous Lady, Imperatora
Thalattos Chaotic Good God: Lord of the Seas, Lord of Horses, Unstoppable Tide, Tridentbearer
Thesmaphora Neutral Good Goddess: Lady of the Harvest, Law-Bringer, She of the Grain
Parthaenae Lawful Neutral Goddess: Arbitress, Virgin Lady, Heavenly Wisdom, Marshal of The Muses, Mistress of War
Pallas Chaotic Good God: Lord of Light and Song, Charioteer, Sunbow, Plague-Bearer
Sylvia Chaotic Good Goddess: Lady Moonlight, Huntress, Chastity, Unseen Beauty
Polumachos Chaotic Evil God: Bloody Blade, Fires of Destruction, Lord of War, Rampant Victory
Cytherea Chaotic Neutral Goddess: Seaborne, Temptress, Unbound, Lady of Love
Purosphuros Neutral God: Smithmaster, Hunched Artisan, Unyielding, Friend to the Cyclops
Zagrius Chaotic Neutral God: Festival, The Joyous Dance, Endless Cup, Vine of Revelry
Haestai Neutral Good Goddess: Hearth-Tender, Cornucopia, Lady Abundance, Quiet Guardian

From the highest heavens, the mightiest gods watch down over Calopius. Thirteen thrones rise from their celestial palace from which they watch the full of their dominion. The first of them sits farthest away watching time itself slip by. The titan once known as Chronos forsook the name given by his mother Gaia and took for himself the name Grandfather Time. Glimpsing into the future, he saw the triumph of his children and turned to them as Purosphuros finished smithing the weapons of the gods for the Cosmomachy. Lead by Xiphios and his wife Aedai, eldest two of Grandfather Time’s children, they laid waste to the titans and monsters of Gaia, and ultimately triumphed.

Now, the Trisdekatheon is the greatest authority in Calopius. While they claim children, brothers, and sisters among the Hupotheon, they maintain greater authority save over individual domains. They rule jointly, and the primacy of Xiphios is accepted by all, save the grumblings of Thantadeus. Despite this, the gods can be petty and fickle when squabbling with one another, inspiring heroes to undermine the plans of other gods or offensive mortals as they make political moves to curry favor and alliances.

Trisdekatheon

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