Primal god of fertility (♂). Confident, style-conscious, and fundamentally a little naive. A gentle soul with a tendency to destroy everything he touches. Loyal friend and constant companion to Morgan. Favours: pleasure. Colour: scarlet.
Primal god of forestation (temperate). A feral, mercurial upstart, mistrusted by most of the primal pantheon and rarely seen out of the company of Pan. Favours natural growth, wildlife, sweet flavours, and making trouble. Colour: gold.
Elven variety actor turned con-man. Egotistical, whiny, cowardly, and incapable of quitting while he's ahead. Fond of cheap wine, easy money, and women who are way out of his league. Fundamentally deserves everything he gets.
Primal god of forestation (tropical). A hot blooded braggart and trickster, and a deep thinker when not being goaded into showing off. Has never fully mastered mortal languages, being more inclined to awe followers than to hold long conversations with them. Favours: spiders, foragers, pranksters, dreams. Colour: lime green.
Primal god of deserts. Placid and philosophical by nature, somewhat detached from the politics and infighting of the rest of the pantheon. Favours riddles, theologians, martial contest, and night. Eyeless.
Primal god of fertility (♀). Fierce, hedonistic and often uncompromising, all too aware of her own dark reputation. Favours women and all who honour them. Colour: carmine.
Primal god of transcendence. Often mistaken for a god of madness, due to his intense, hare-brained ways. Favours fire, jewels, music, and bells. Recognisable by his masks.
Elder Prince of the royal fairies in exile. A ruthless and cunning politician, who hides his wiles under a fey and playful exterior. Vain to a fault, with a weakness for expensive clothing and taunting his rivals. Recognisable by his fox motifs and colour-sapped ivory-white hair.
Primal god of decay. Enjoys his own company, which is just as well. Favours carrion eaters, fungi, rust, and bone. Dislikes necromancers. Colour: acid green.
Stoic leader of the wolves in the dying days following the Great Wolf's disappearance. Strong, thoughtful, and plagued by empathy. Named for the bright yellow eyes said to have captured fire from humans.
A wild selkie with a lively, mischevious enthusiasm for the world. Spends most of her time in coastal waters around the west coast of Scotland, but occasionally takes the time to visit her sister Cora in the big city.
A landlocked selkie, living in the city while she pursues an art degree. Doesn't always see eye to eye with her family, but stays close to her wild sister Mina.
A bold and cocky wolf with more initiative than sense. Right hand and loyal companion of Yellow Eyes. So-called for his blackened forefoot, after failing to steal fire from the humans.
A young, idealistic ghul. A chatterbox, and the least of all things.
A young English sculptor with an eye for the male form. Particularly fond of the mythological figure of Pan.
Seventh Weaver, tasked with enforcing the terms of humanity's deals with otherworldly forces, and particularly with keeping the exiled Prince Fox in line. Occasional agent of London's Royal College of Atheists. Hates almost all of these jobs and everyone involved with them.
Primal god of the abyss. A stubborn traditionalist who despises change, holds mortals in contempt, and almost never takes corporeal form. Favours absolute nothingness. Colour: ???
Primal god of the hunt. A proud and pragmatic traditionalist, and ferocious warrior. Favours deer, hounds, hawks, and women. Colour: copper.
A linguistic archaeologist pursuing research into the theoretical proto-language behind the sacred rune systems of the primal pantheon. Loves her work, but frequently wishes she'd just studied french.
Primal god of oceans and waterways. A powerful god with a tempestuous temper and fathomless affections, highly respected by gods and mortals alike. Favours sailors, silver, white birds, and moonlight. Colour: blue-white.
Primal god of the turning wheel. A mild, perceptive, and deceptively powerful diplomat. Concerned with balance and continuance above all other things. Favours seasonal changes, dawn and dusk, and the wind. Colour: yellow-white.
The Fairy Queen, mother and matriarch of the fair folk in exile. Rings on her fingers and bells on her toes. It is said that no living soul has ever seen her face.
Personal manservant and confidante of Prince Fox. A wily fellow, who has been employed by the palace for as long as anyone can remember.