The Sovereign Host is the most commonly worshipped pantheon of deities in Khorvaire. Most followers worship the Host as a whole, offering prayers to different deities in different situations. Clerics are often devoted to the entire pantheon instead of a specific patron deity.
Arawai is the neutral good deity of fertility, plant life and abundance. She is the sister of Balinor and the Devourer, and the mother of the Fury.
Domains: Good, Life, Plant and Weather.
Aureon is the lawful neutral deity of lore and magic. He is the brother of Onatar, the husband of Boldrei and the origin of the Shadow.
Domains: Knowledge, Law and Magic
Balinor is the neutral deity of hunting and animal life. He is the brother of Arawai and the Devourer.
Domains: Air, Animal and Earth.
Boldrei is the lawful good deity of community. She is the wife of Aureon.
Domains: Community, Good, Law and Protection.
Dol Arrah is the lawful good deity of honorable combat, self-sacrifice and sunlight. She is the sister of Dol Dorn and the Mockery.
Domains: Good, Law, Sun and War.
Dol Dorn is the chaotic good deity of bodily strength and martial training. He is the brother of Dol Arrah and the Mockery.
Domains: Chaos, Good, Strength and War.
Kol Korran is the neutral deity of trade and money. He is the son of Olladra and Onatar, and the twin brother of the Keeper.
Domains: Charm, Commerce and Travel.
Olladra is the neutral good deity of luck and plenty. She is the wife of Onatar and the mother of Kol Korran and the Keeper.
Domains: Feast, Good, Healing and Luck.
Onatar is the neutral good deity of crafts, industry and fire. He is the brother of Aureon, the husband of Olladra and the father of Kol Korran and the Keeper.
Domains: Artifice, Fire and Good.
Worship of Dark Six deities usually focuses on an individual member of the pantheon, but some followers observe the disparate gods as a single divine entity.
The Devourer is the neutral evil deity of natural devastation and the ocean. He is the brother of Arawai. Just as Arawai is the deity of the natural world, the Devourer is the lord of nature’s destructive side. The Devourer is also god of the deep. The ocean waves are his sole purview, and any sailor (regardless of alignment or beliefs) would be wise to pay at least lip service to his power.
The Fury is the daughter to Arawai and the Devourer, and is a neutral evil deity of passion driven to extremes. She is patron to all who allow their passions to consume them, regardless of whom else they worship.
The Keeper, another of the second divine generation, is the son of Olladra and Onatar, and the flip side to his twin brother, Kol Korran. Where his brother is the patron of material wealth, the Keeper is the neutral evil deity of shameless greed and gluttony. He is also the hunger in the dark, clutching at anyone or anything that strays too far from the light. It is said that of all the gods, he alone can waylay the deceased on their journey to Dolurrh, and no soul once ensnared can escape the Keeper’s chill embrace.
The Mockery, known in some circles as the Betrayer, is brother to Dol Arrah and Dol Dorn. His betrayal lead to his flaying and banishment from the Sovereign Host. Once part of the triumvirate of combat deities that included his brothers, the Mockery now represents the dark side of their portfolios. He is the nuetral evil god of dishonorable combat and unjust war.
The Shadow is the darkeness within. If Dol Arrah represents the light of the mortal soul, the Shadow is its opposite and represents the worst of what the mortal soul can be. The literal shadow of Aureon, it acquired both sentience and godhood as the cosmic price paid by its creator for arcane knowledge. It is a chaotic evil god of ambition, corruption, and dark magic.
The Traveler is neither child nor parent to any other god in the collected pantheon. It is the only god said to walk the face of Eberron in body, as well as in spirit, but its mastery of form prevents any mortal from recognizing it. The sovereign of cunning, invention, and transformation, the Traveler is a chaotic neutral patron to all who embrace change, whether physical or philosophical.