The Omega, the Usurper, the Godmind
Worshippers: Humanists, Free Spirits, Mortals
Domains: Glory, Liberation, Nobility, Strength, War (plus any one other domain, depending on the worshipper)
Favored Weapon: Bastard sword
Little is known about who Mornthus was—even the god’s original name and form have been scrubbed from history. What is known is that Mornthus stood against the gods as a champion of humanity, to end generations of oppression at the hands of the divine. When Mornthus slew the Panthaiad, the hero trapped their souls within his body and scattered their flesh across the four winds. This act transformed Mornthus into a composite Overgod—however, the conflicting personalities within Mornthus, and the hero’s own desire for self-determination, prevents Mornthus from using such powers itself. Instead of cults, Mornthus finds single followers among the willful heroes and warriors of humanity, granting them the power to topple tyrants and safeguard free will. Mornthus’ priests follow a personal religion—their god can be a father, a child, a temptress, a captain, or a scholar, and rarely appears in the same form to two different priests.