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Ascendants and Religion

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Steven Erikson: are all gods ascendants? If you mean ascendant in the general sense of being very powerful, then yes. If you mean ascendant in terms of progression, then there are exceptions. Most of the animistic ones, for example (the totemic, tribal ones) derived from the act of worship, or the attribution of significance to a particular place. - Q and A with malazanempire No 2 (2003)

The Azathanai (Elder Gods) 

as listed in FoD

 

  

Elder Gods 

 

 

 

Elder Gods - general references

 

 

 

 Ascendants

 

 

Ascendancy - general references

 

Gods of the Pantheon

 

  • Apsal'ara, Lady of Thieves
  • Beru, Lord of Storms
  • Burn, The Sleeping Goddess
  • Cotillion,The Rope, Patron of Assassins
  • D'rek, The Worm of Autumn
  • Dessembrae, Lord of Tears
  • Fener, Tennerock, the Boar, the Boar of Five Tusks, the Bereft
  • Gedderone, Lady of Spring and Rebirth
  • Hood, King of High House Death
  • Jhess, Queen of Weaving
  • Mowri, Lady of Beggars, Slaves and Serfs
  • Nerruse, Lady of Calm Seas and Fair Winds
  • Oponn, Twin Jesters of Chance
  • Poliel, Mistress of Pestilence and Disease
  • Scalissara, a discredited goddess of olive oil, ruling over Y'Ghatan
  • Shadowthrone, Ammanas, King of High House Shadow
  • Sha'ik, The Whirlwind Goddess
  • Soliel, Shedenul, Lady of Health, Mistress of Healing
  • T'riss, Queen of Dreams, Queen of High House Life
  • Treach, Trake, The Tiger of Summer and Battle

 

Other Gods

 

 

 

Religious Titles

 

 

Spirits of the Rhivi

 

Jaghan

Iruth

Mendalan

S’ren Tahl

Pahryd

Neprool

Manek

Ibindur


 

See also:

Comments (3)

joshhansen1974@yahoo.com said

at 3:30 am on Feb 24, 2009

Has anyone thought of The Dying God?

Temper said

at 11:42 pm on Sep 3, 2009

Secul Lath is the son of Kilmandaros, so we can cut the "/dess"-part. Ardata and Olar Ethil should also be added on the Elder God list

Iron Bars said

at 7:24 am on Jul 5, 2011

The Bridgeburners have been mentioned as having ascended on several occasions following the battle against the pantheon early in the series. Fiddler, Toc the Younger, Kalam, Quick Ben, and several others have all exhibited powers/resistances/abilities.

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