Jades Religion

(Note: This information is not real, it is a information I created from my imagination for a world I created called Jades. Eveything you see on this site about Jades is not real, I created Jades and everything that goes with it for Role-play, children’s stories and Sims 3. I take no credit for the pictures as I found them on the net and thought they fit well. All of the Gods and Goddesses listed here are from the D&D Book Forgotten Realms )


Jades Religion is that of many God and Goddesses, each Kingdom worships its own God, Goddess as well as being loyal to the Queen. Jaden’s believe it was the Gods and Goddesses who blessed their ancestors with the powers and abilities they used to save the Jaden race. Jaden’s also believe that Dragons are the vessels of their Gods and Goddesses thus worshiping these creatures as well.

Many years ago one of the legendary Warriors Rif Coral came to Jades in search of his missing wife Kahleia Coral, upon learning that Kahleia had been forced by the Gods and Goddesses into the Sleep of Stone he grew angry and with amazing power he took on the Gods and Goddesses of Jades. In this battle the Kingdom of Bitter Winter was destroyed and the Gods and Goddesses were killed. Jades thought with the demise of the Gods and Goddesses that they would lose all the powers they had come to know, yet they soon learned this was not the case.

About this time a mass amount of Dragons were born into Jades and the Jaden’s believed these Dragons were the birthing of their Gods and Goddesses, and so they continue to worship their Gods and Goddesses as well as the Dragons.

However it has been many years since that fateful battle and Jades went through a third war, this war devastated Jades so bad that they ended up sending their Queen to Earth to protect her as well as asking her to begin reproducing the Jaden race. Diamond was by far not so impressed with such a request, she went from being a Queen to being nothing on a planet she didn’t know anything about. However it did not take her long to get herself established and the realization that her people were truly in trouble and so she began her quest to re-produce the Jaden race.

Well Diamond was on Earth doing this her brothers and sister were on Jades rebuilding after the War, it was at this time a new Goddess made her existence known. (To Be Continued)


Gods and Goddesses of Jades


Amethyst Satsuma – Goddess of Death


Akadi – Goddess of Movement, Speed, and Air Elementals


Asmodeus– God of sin, King of the Nine Hells, had multiple children, one of the most common and famous of his children was Czar Bailey


Bane/Than– Known as the Black Hand, Black Lord, Lord Of The Dead, A Fallen Angel, Bringer Of The Darkness is the deity of hatred, fear and tyranny


Cyric – God of murder, lies, intrigue, strife, deception, illusion


Grumbar– God of elemental earth, solidity, changelessness, oaths


Istishia– God of elemental water, purification, wetness


Kossuth– God of elemental fire, purification through fire



Lathander-God of spring, dawn, birth, youth, vitality, athletics


Amaunator-Former god of bureaucracy, law, order, the sun


Mystra-Goddess of magic, spells, the weave


Oghma– God of knowledge, invention, inspiration, bards


Selûne– Goddess of the moon, stars, navigation, prophecy, questers, good and neutral lycanthropes


Shar– Goddess of dark, night, loss, forgetfulness, unrevealed secrets, caverns, dungeons


Silvanus– God of wild nature, druids


Sune -Goddess of beauty, love, passion


Talos -God of storms, destruction, rebellion, conflagrations, earthquakes, vortices


Tempus – God of war, battle, warriors


Torm -God of duty, loyalty, obedience, paladins


Tyr -God of justice


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