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On Discworld, gods are created and thrive on belief. Small gods only have a little bit of belief, either being new or having lost all worshippers and being little more than echoes of voices in the desert wind.

Worshippable deities

The following are the deities that priests can serve and everyone else except witches and wizards can be followers and worship them.

  • One can only serve or worship a single deity.

These deities, while not being the most powerful, have enough faith, power and interest in attracting more worshippers that they grant rituals to those who feed them with belief.

Deity Priests' Alignment Ideal Alignment Major Shield Holy Symbol Ritual Bonuses Unique Rituals Areas References
 Pishe, Goddess of Slight Showers The goddess Pishe is focused upon growth and regeneration. Her slight showers are ideal for the proliferation of plants, which in turn nurture animals and people. Her priests and priestesses often live peaceful lives, devoted to the protection of the living things which Pishe loves so dearly. She is generally viewed as the matron of healers, herbalists, and anyone else that shares Her love of growth. The commandments of Pishe include: Be the vessel through which My showers of mercy rain down upon all of those in need, whether they ask it or not, for in bringing My mercy unto them, thou bringest thyself unto Me.  +3 barely good

+48 extremely good

+25 very good

+26 extremely good

wrapped in a blanket of fog

surrounded by a layer of translucent fog

narrow ivory bracelet in rain/snow/sleet +7 Resurrect, Raise Dead Pet, Heal, Restore, Soothing Rain Ankh-Morpork, Sto Lat, Ephebe, Bes Pelargic, Lancre Pishe Waterpark
 Gufnork, God of Fluff As the God of Fluff, Gufnork and His priests enjoy an insulated life spent in meditation upon the softer aspects of life. Usually stereotyped as intellectuals with little care for worldly matters, followers of Gufnork have developed a reputation for standoffishness. Worshippers of Him often seek to improve the lives of others, so that more people will have the leisure and inclination to contemplate the glory of Gufnork. Gufnork's most important commandment is: Take My fluff throughout the world, and wherever the fluff be lacking, there spread My fluff thickest so that all may experience My fluff and sleep more comfortably upon it.  +3 barely good

+10 quite good

+6 good

+7 quite good

covered in a layer of (thin) fluff a soft fluffy ball carrying fluffy things +7, fluffy surroundings +3 Holy Aegis, Security Blanket, Summon Fluff Ankh-Morpork, Djelibeybi, Bes Pelargic, Ohulan Cutash, Sto Lat Oasis
 Gapp, God of Fine Clothing Often considered an elitist, Gapp and His priests make a point of being the best-dressed at any public function. The sense of style of His worshippers is as unquestionable as it is changeable, with new fashions tearing through His temples on a weekly basis. Gapp is a god who believes He is the best, and He knows how to dress properly for the position. The most important of Gapp's commandments include: Thou shalt not go forth unclothed like the lesser beasts, unless My High Priest doth send you forth thus on My behalf, for infractions against My church such as over-dressing when in the presence of one holier than thou.  0 neutral

+6 good

+3 barely good surrounded by translucent <type> fabric

appears to be wearing a translucent <type> cloth robe

golden thimble wearing 3 stylish clothes +4, stylish surroundings +3 Holy Couturequisition, Mend Ankh-Morpork, Djelibeybi, Bes Pelargic, Ephebe, Genua, Monks of Cool
 Sandelfon, God of Corridors As the God of Corridors, Sandelfon and His followers are most at home in the large buildings where the powerful gather to orchestrate the lives of others. Dedicated to the careful balancing of things (often in their own favour), they frequently engage in complicated political manoeuvres to achieve their view of acceptable balance. Sandelfon is often worshipped by politicians, lawyers, bureaucrats, and administrators, whether their intentions be selfless or not. Sandelfon's primary commandment is: If, in the greater or lesser scheme of things, thou or someone else doth see, or hear of, or think of a way in which a government, restaurant, organisation, or other undefined entity might be better managed and organized, thou, and whoever else is a worshipper unto Me, shall do their best to seek to improve the aforesaid government, restaurant, organisation, or other undefined entity, or petition to seek to improve the aforementioned if direct improvement is not possible or practical, and then thou shalt be among the most beloved of My children, unless sufficient other parties have completed such a task in a superior manner.  -4 evil

4 good

0 neutral surrounded by ( an ethereal wall / a wall of dust ) small square stone indoors +7 Demoralise, Endless Halls, Lost Highways Ankh-Morpork, Djelibeybi, Bes Pelargic, Copperhead
 Hat, Vulture-Headed God of Unexpected Guests As the God of Unexpected Guests, Hat and His priests are renowned for their erratic behaviour and unpredictability. His worshippers have a penchant for parties, especially if they involve hiding behind furniture then leaping out to shout "Surprise!" Generally free spirited, the followers of Hat frequently express their piety by travelling to new places, meeting new people, and engaging in new experiences. In keeping with his vulture-like nature, Hat can spot a good party, opportunity for mischief, or tasty corpse from miles away. Among Hat's most valued commandments is: Surprise them, before they surprise thee, lest I visit upon thee a bigger surprise that thou shalt not like in the least for failing in thy duty to Me.  -9 quite evil

-2 barely evil

-6 evil covered with translucent feathers brass feather 3 other priests +16, other deity's high altar +16 Life of the Party, Parasitic Vision, Unwilling Host, Visit Ankh-Morpork, Djelibeybi, Bes Pelargic, Genua, Slippery Hollow
 Fish, God of Sea Creatures Fish, God of Sea Creatures, is primarily concerned with the propagation of sea life. Avid hunters, His priests are often a salty lot, and rough around the edges to say the least. Worshippers of Fish generally share a love of seafood as well as a practical interest in conservation so that hunting will always be a possibility. Fish's primary commandment is: Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's haddock, unless he covets thy haddock, in which case thou shalt take his haddock and smite him mightily with it, and then thou shalt eat both the haddocks to dispose of all evidence.  -2 barely evil

0 neutral

-1 neutral

0 neutral

covered in a slimy seaweed cloak line of shark teeth in water +7, underwater +14 Breathe Underwater, Celestial Anchor, Odiferous Wrath, Piscatorial Patulous, Sacred Fins Ankh-Morpork, Djelibeybi, Bes Pelargic (+sunken ship), Ephebe
 Seven-Handed Sek Sek is a God who knows what He wants and His seven hands are ideal for getting ahold of it. His followers usually share His drive for self-gratification and tend to enjoy doing whatever is necessary to take what they desire from someone else. Imbued with a natural sense of cruelty, Sek's worshippers frequently inflict misery upon others as a preferred method of showing their commitment to Him. The primary commandment of Sek is: Increase My glory by taking power for thyself from those who are less deserving of it, for the more power thou bringest unto Me, the more power I shall bestow unto thee, and thou shalt remain forever My most prized of servants.  -49 extremely evil

-3 barely evil

-26 extremely evil surrounded by ( pale orange‑gold flames / crackling flames ) black metal medallion fighting +16 Creeping Doom, Paralysis, Profound Darkness, Rage Ankh-Morpork, Djelibeybi, Ohulan Cutash, Bes Pelargic
Deity Priests' Alignment Ideal Alignment Major Shield Holy Symbol Ritual Bonuses Unique Rituals Areas References

Deities

The following are all the deities that have been found on Discworld mud. You can tell if a name is a god by using finger <name> on the mud.

Deity Priests' Alignment Major Shield Holy Symbol Areas References
 Aakt, the Ibis God of the Morning The great Aakt carries the sun across the sky in a basket of golden thread which hangs from his beak. He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral protected by the power of Aakt Djelibeybi Fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun
 Aegadon, God of the Sea Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by undulating ocean waves Ephebe Sacrificial altar in Ephebe
 Aenovolus, the Unknown Deity Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    Chronides farmstead
 Alohura, Goddess of Lightning Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    Trob Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Amtitriptilininos, God of Short Naps Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by an aura of somnolence Ephebe
 Aniger, Goddess of Squashed Animals Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    Sto Plains
 Anoia, Goddess of Things That Stick in Drawers Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    Ankh-Morpork Daniel Remington III's "The Goddess Anoia Arising From the Cutlery" in the exhibition gallery of the Royal Art Museum, was Lela
 Astoria, Goddess of Love Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by swirling rose petals Djelibeybi, Chronides farmstead, Ephebe Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, Sacrificial altar in Ephebe
 Avaritia Goddess of Banks and Moneylenders Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    Ankh-Morpork Statue on the frontage of Bing's Bank, Brookless Lane
 Bast, God of Things Left on the Doorstep or Half-digested Under the Bed This cat-headed god fully embraces His feline nature. Hence He is sadistic, lazy, arrogant, narcissistic, and immensely proud of all of it. Following in His lead, Bast's priests worship Him by worshipping themselves, and pursuing whatever self-serving whims might possess them. Some of His fanatics spend a great deal of time tormenting small rodents if they can find them, or anything else if it is more convenient. He currently can't be worshipped.  -10 quite evil surrounded by a cloud of rat fur Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, Sacrificial altar in Ephebe
 Bibulous, God of Wine Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.     ? Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, aliases include Tuvelpit & Smimto
 Bilious, Oh God of Hangovers Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.     ? Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, mentioned in Hogfather
 Bin, Supreme God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  +7 quite good glows with omniscience Djelibeybi
 Blind Io Blind Io is Chief of the Gods, by virtue of his constant vigilance. He has blank skin where his eyes should be. The eyes themselves, of which he has an impressively large number, lead a semi-independent life, orbiting around him. It is said that they can see everything that happens everywhere. He currently can't be worshipped.    Ankh-Morpork Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, rotating sacrificial altar in Ephebe
 Bunu, Goat-Headed God of Goats Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  +1 neutral covered by a coat of goat hide a small globe Djelibeybi Statue in the Djelibeybi Palace, Ug Ogg custom armour symbol
 Cephnet, Sun God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  +6 good glows with strong light Djelibeybi
 Cephut, God of Cutlery Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  -6 evil surrounded by translucent twirling spoons golden thimble Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Chefet, God of Metalwork The dog-headed God of Metalwork is usually depicted carrying a hammer and wearing the rings and woven metal armour He is renowned for crafting. Chefet's followers include blacksmiths, armourers, jewellers, and a fair number of dog-lovers. He is often called upon for protection, especially in battle, and His priests are much admired for their steadfastness and reliability. He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral surrounded by a cloud of iron filings Djelibeybi Temple of Chefet in Ephebe, near the south end of Petulia Avenue
 Chondrodite, God of Love Causes trolls to fall in love by hitting them on the head with a rock. He currently can't be worshipped.    Trolls Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Cubal, Fire God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    wreathed in shimmering flames Ephebe Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, Sacrificial altar in Ephebe temple
 Czol, Goddess of Squashed Animals The goddess Czol was an ancient goddess of Thut before that land sank under the sea some 9,000 years ago. One does not ask about Her. She currently can't be worshipped.    Thut mentioned in Going Postal
 Dhek, Supreme God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral glows with omniscience Djelibeybi
 Dysni, God of Artists Dysni was originally a deity from some river kingdom somewhere or other who only had black and white art, however He was adopted by Ephebe at some point way back in history and is now the god of all artists in the democracy. He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral surrounded by rainbow‑coloured streamers of paint Ephebe
 Elgin, God of Gardens Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    covered in a layer of compost Ephebe
 Errata, Goddess of Misunderstandings Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    Tsort mentioned in Discworld Noir
 Eupiess, Messenger of the Goddesses Although the majority of heavenly communication is governed by Fedecks, Eupiess, His younger sister, offers a slightly more dramatised service. She currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by a layer of floral pink wrapping paper Djelibeybi, Ephebe sister to Fedecks
 the God of Evolution Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.     ? mentioned in The Science of Discworld series
 F'rum, just another Small God Nothing is known about this religion. It currently can't be worshipped.     ? mentioned in Small Gods
 Fedecks, Messenger of the Gods Fedecks, the messenger of the Gods, also has a part-time job as a god of trade. He currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by a layer of translucent brown wrapping paper Ephebe Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Fhez, God of the Lower Djel This croccodile-headed God is well-known for His love of lurking in wait of something edible, and the quickness of death that follows. Though He does not hesitate to take what He needs to survive, He lets excess potential food sources go free, probably to feed on another day. Sometimes depicted with a tear in His eye (and a struggling sacrifice in His mouth), his followers include hunters that know the value of life and conservation, and more than a few priestesses that firmly believe that tough guys have a softer side that only they can find. He currently can't be worshipped.  -2 barely evil coated by translucent scales Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, statue in Djelibeybi Palace
 Flatulus, God of the Winds Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by spinning baked beans Ephebe Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, Sacrificial altar in Ephebe temple
 Fon, Supreme God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  -1 neutral glows with omniscience Djelibeybi shrine in Chronides farmstead.
 Foorgol, God of Avalanches Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.     ? Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Gaspodes, Guardian of the Underworld Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by an aura of melancholy gloom Ephebe
 Gigalith, God of Wisdom Bestows wisdom on trolls by hitting them on the head with a rock. He currently can't be worshipped.    Trolls Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Gil, Sun God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral glows with strong light Djelibeybi fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun
 Giness, God of Music Giness doesn't really need to do anything to keep His followers happy, they just worship Him quite happily as they are. So all Giness really does is sit around playing the harp, which is how He is depicted in most images. He currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by translucent lyres Ephebe
 Glaxos, God of Medicine Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    wrapped in translucent ointment and bandages Djelibeybi, Ephebe
 Glipzo, Moon Goddess Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    Howondaland mentioned in The Last Hero
 Grune, God of Unseasonal Fruit Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol  ? mentioned in Reaper Man
 Hast, Supreme God. Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  -2 barely evil glows with omniscience Djelibeybi
 Hermi, God/Goddess of Sexual Ambiguity Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by an aura of ambiguity Ephebe
 Herne the Hunted Herne the Hunted looks like a cross between a rabbit and a deer, due to His small size, floppy ears, and slender horns. Wide-eyed, furry, and underfed, He is the patron of the most helpless of creatures, and those who would try to protect them from harm. Occasionally reckless in their drive to help others being threatened, His priests are often willing to distract the source of the threat before sprinting away as quickly as possible. He currently can't be worshipped.    Ramtops Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, statue & altar near the pictsie barrows
 Herpentine Triskeles, Ruler of the World of the Dead Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  +17 very good surrounded by the stench of death Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Hoki the Jokester Despite Hoki's embrace of nature and music, He is best known for His poor sense of humour. Banished from Dunmanifestin for playing the exploding mistletoe joke on Blind Io, Hoki roams the woods in His half-man, half-goat form looking for potential victims of His bad practical jokes. Likewise, His priests spend a lot of time inflicting their jokes on anyone that fails to run away quickly enough. He currently can't be worshipped.    Ramtops Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol as Hoki of the Woods
 Hotaloga Andrews, Protector of the Swamp Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Genua created by Erzulie Gogol as a focus for belief
 Hyperopia, Goddess of Shoes Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.     ? Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, mentioned in Discworld Noir
 Ikebana, Goddess of Topiary Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.     ?
 the God of Indigestion Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.     ? Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Jeht, Boatman of the Solar Orb Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  +3 barely good surrounded by an aura of serenity Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun
 Jimi, God of Beggars Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral protected by the power of Jimi Sto Lat Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Juf, God of Papyrus The cobra-headed God of Papyrus is most often associated with studious pursuits, due to both his unblinking stare and the frequent use of papyrus as a writing medium. His followers frequently emulate Him, devoting most of their waking hours to the study of His texts and folding sheets of paper into odd shapes. Some of the most fanatic of His followers wear hoods constantly to mimic His cobra aspect, and possess a reputation for being fast to strike if they are disturbed in their studies. He currently can't be worshipped.  +6 good wrapped in scrolls of papyrus a small globe Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, lapis lazuli penholder (scabbard)
 Kaupai, the Goddess of Waterbuffalo Testing She currently can't be worshipped.  +0 neutral

+12 quite good

wrapped in (water) buffalo hide small ornamental broom Bes Pelargic Worshipped by some monks in Bes Pelargic & Tang estate npcs.
 Ket, God of Justice The ibis-headed God of Justice is slow and ponderous, yet graceful and mysterious. His worshippers share His fascination with arbitration, judgement, and wading in shallow ponds. Ket and His priests typically possess an active interest in secular matters, especially as related to governance, politics, and justice systems, often to the extent of interfering with them. He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral covered in translucent feathers Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Khefin, Two-Faced God of Gateways Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral awash with holy guidance Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun
 Krishendo, the Unknown Deity No-one can really remember what Krishendo is the god of, but He seems to survive anyhow. Playing the flute being one of only two things that Krishendo is known for, the other being that He chases milkmaids and has fathered many demi-gods. He currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by floating hairpins Ephebe
 Krosopht, God of Broken Windows Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by floating half‑bricks and broken glass Ephebe
 Lady Bon Anna, the Unforgiving Mother Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    Genua Ug Ogg's custom armour, created by Erzulie Gogol as a focus for belief
 Lamentatio, Goddess of Interminable Opera Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.     ? mentioned in Discworld Noir
 Lela, Volcano Goddess Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    Upsa near Mount Shiputu (before eruption) became Anoia
 Libertina, Goddess of the Sea, Apple Pie, Certain Types of Ice Cream and Short Lengths of String Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.     ? mentioned in The Last Hero
 Maki, the God of Squishi Testing He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral surrounded by the aroma of raw fish small ornamental broom Bes Pelargic Worshipped by some monks in Bes Pelargic & npcs in the Sung estate
 Fingers Mazda Once a lowly folk hero for his exploits, such as stealing fire from the gods, Mazda's fame and increased number of worshippers eventually elevated Him to the status of a god. Although lacking much foresight into practical matters, such as the ability to fence the goods He steals (the stolen fire was too hot to fence), He still serves as the role-model for many aspiring master thieves. His followers typically show their devotion to Him by stealthily or forcefully depriving others of their shiny belongings, whether they need them or not. He currently can't be worshipped.    Ankh-Morpork Statue in AM Thieves' Guild, can fence stolen items
 Mister Safe Way, Keeper of the Way Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Genua created by Erzulie Gogol as a focus for belief
 Neoldian, Blacksmith of the Gods Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.     ? mentioned in The Last Hero
 Nept, Goddess of the Night Sky Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.  -2 barely evil surrounded by twinkling stars Djelibeybi fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun
 Nesh, Sun Goddess Nesh, the Goddess of the Sun and blower of the spinning blue soap bubble which is the sky. The secret rituals of the Smoking Mirror hold that the sun is in fact merely a round hole in the soap bubble which opens into the fiery real world beyond, and that the stars are the holes that the rain came through. She currently can't be worshipped.  -1 neutral surrounded by a spinning blue soap bubble black metal medallion Djelibeybi fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun
 Net, Supreme God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  -9 quite evil glows with omniscience brass feather Djelibeybi
 Nuggan, God of Paperclips, Correct Things in the Right Place in Small Desk Stationery Sets and Unnecessary Paperwork Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Borogravia Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Odartheus, God of Miscellany Odartheus is the Ephebian the God of War, Victory, Poetry, Scribes, Olive Groves, Late Night Shopping, Inappropriate Humour, Cuddly toys, Foot Washing, Mountains, Winter, Innovative Surgical Techniques, Bone Carvings, Personal Disorganizers and Free Prize Draws. He currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by an assortment of spinning odds and ends Ephebe
 Offler, Crocodile God Great Offler of the Bird-Haunted Mouth. Six-armed Crocodile God of Klatch. He has a flock of holy birds that bring him news of his worshippers and also keeps his teeth clean. He currently can't be worshipped.  +29 extremely good

+40 extremely good

Ephebe Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, Sacrificial altar in Ephebe temple, Offler announces reboots.
 The Great God Om Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Il Drim, Omnia Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, Melius's painting "The Great God Om" in the exhibition gallery of the Royal Art Museum
 Ordpor the Tasteless Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.     ? Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, sacred Flying Ducks of Ordpor the Tasteless mentioned in Reaper Man
 Orexis-Nupt, Ruler of the World of the Dead Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  -2 barely evil surrounded by the stench of death Djelibeybi
 Great Orm Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.     ? mentioned in Pyramids
 Oshun, a goddess of love, romance, rivers, and interior decorating (Finger returns a player's information.)    Genua shrine to Oshun near the northwest end of Lover's Walk
 P'tang-P'tang, Newt God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    a very small nation of marsh-dwelling nomads Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Patina, Goddess of Wisdom Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by gently spinning penguins Djelibeybi, Ephebe Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, temple & sacrificial altar in Ephebe, Elyctus Heridies's statue in the entrance to the Royal Art Museum
 Petulia, Goddess of Negotiable Affection Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by an aura of come‑hither glances Ephebe Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Phaemia, Goddess of Gossip Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by the sound of mindless chatter Ephebe
 Phemina, Goddess of Logical Inconsistencies Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    Ephebe
 Preema, Goddess of the New Dawn Preema, Goddess of the New Dawn sings in the dawn at the start of every day. Her enchanting suprasoprano is inaudible to human ears but awakes a chorus of birds who sing in beautiful harmony to Her song as the sun rises. She currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral protected by the power of Preema Djelibeybi fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun
 Ptooie, Supreme God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  -9 quite evil glows with omniscience Djelibeybi
 Ptrik, Grasshopper-Headed God of Entertainers Ptrik, master of agility and balance, lives beyond the end of the world and keeps the sun, moon and stars in place through a careful juggling act such that the Disc is never plunged into darkness. He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral protected by the power of Ptrik Djelibeybi fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun
 Put, Lion-Headed God of Justice Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral surrounded by an aura of righteousness a small globe Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, statue in Djelibeybi Palace
 Quezovercoatl, the Feathered Boa Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Tezuman Empire Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol as god of human sacrifices, actually a demon in Eric
 Redu Neku, the God of Sunburnt Farmers He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral small ornamental broom Bes Pelargic worshipped by some monks in Bes Pelargic & npcs in the McSweeney estate
 Reebox, Goddess of Victory Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by victory banners Ephebe sacrificial altar in Ephebe, raise dead by Zahria of Reebox in the PK combat arena
 Reg, God of Club Musicians Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral covered in a layer of thick skin Sto Lat Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Sarduk, Goddess of Caves The church of Sarduk values deception and secrecy highly, and prefers to do as much of its dealings from the shadows as possible. It is said that Her priestesses indulge in bloody rituals carried out at the dead of night while being improperly dressed, but this is likely to be wishful thinking on the part of elderly priests of less mysterious deities. She currently can't be worshipped.  -13 very evil surrounded by a dank darkness black metal medallion Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, Hilk-Mit-Hem's "Altar to Sarduk" in the exhibition gallery of the Royal Art Museum
 Scrab, Pusher of the Ball of the Sun Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  -6 evil covered with translucent dung Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, fresco & cairn on the Road of the Sun
 Sessifet, Goddess of the Afternoon Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.  +16 very good glows like the sunset Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun, temple in Djelibeybi
 Set, Supreme God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  -12 quite evil glows with omniscience Djelibeybi
 Shoji, the Goddess of Pencil Pushers testing She currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral small ornamental broom Bes Pelargic worshipped by some monks in Bes Pelargic & Fang estate npcs.
 Shuphle, God of Intersting Card Tricks Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Ephebe
 Silicarous, God of Good Fortune Bestows good fortune on trolls by hitting them on the head with a rock. He currently can't be worshipped.    Trolls Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Silur, Catfish-Headed God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  +1 neutral smells strongly of fish a small globe Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Skelde, Spirit of the Smoke Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Skund Forest Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Smimto, God of Wine Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Tsort Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, alias of Bibulous
 Sot, Supreme God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  +5 good glows with omniscience a small globe Djelibeybi
 Steikhegel, God of Isolated Cow Byres Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.     ? Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, mentioned in Mort
 Stride Wide Man, Guide to the Dead Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Genua Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, created by Erzulie Gogol as a focus for belief
 Sumo, the God of Pointless Battles Testing He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral small ornamental broom Bes Pelargic worshipped by some monks in Bes Pelargic & Hong estate npcs
 Sweevo, God of Cut Timber Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.     ? mentioned in The Last Hero
 Syncope, Ruler of the World of the Dead Nothing is known about this religion. She currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral surrounded by the stench of death Djelibeybi
 Tak, Creator God of the Dwarfs Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Dwarfs first mentioned in Thud!
 Teg, Horse-Headed God of Agriculture Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  +1 neutral

+2 barely good

surrounded by a cloud of soil Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun, statue in the Djelibeybi Palace, statue in Chronides farmstead
 The Moon Goddess The Goddess of the Druids is both secretive and changeable, the full depths of Her nature known only to the most learned of Her worshippers. The Druids venerate Her by attempting to learn as much about Her and the rest of the natural world as exists to be known, and show their devotion by mimicing her precision in their rituals. While closed to outsiders, often to the extent of hostility, Druids are also known for their trust in each other. She currently can't be worshipped.    Gloomy Forest, Skund Forest Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, worshipped by druids
 Thrrp, Charioteer of the Sun Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  -1 neutral covered with translucent dung Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun
 Topaxci, God of the Red Mushroom Though much revered by His worshippers, Topaxci is better known outside His church as The God of Certain Mushrooms, Great Ideas that you Forgot to Write Down and Will Never Remember Again, and of People who Tell Other People that 'Dog' is 'God' Spelt Backwards and Think that this is in Some Way Revelatory. Both Topaxci and his priests enjoy a laid-back lifestyle, and his followers believe in using the Red Mushroom to better commune with Him and learn the secrets of the multiverse. He currently can't be worshipped.    Skund Forest Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, shady street preacher on the Street of Small Gods in Ankh-Morpork shouts various things about Topaxci to passers-by, also written Topaxi
 Tuvelpit, God of Wine Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    surrounded by spiralling streams of wine small willow globe Ephebe Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, alias of Bibulous
 Tzut, Snake-Headed God of the Upper Djel Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  +2 barely good coated by translucent scales Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, statue in Djelibeybi Palace
 Ugizalizai, Lion-Headed God of Warriors Ugizalizai is the Lion Headed God of Warriors. He does not demand much from his followers, merely that they die bravely, and preferably violently, in battle. At least, this is what many great philosophers have reasoned; since all the ancient manuscripts have ever recorded Him saying is 'Ug!', and on one occasion 'Ugug-ug!'. This is what gives Him His name, which in an ancient dialect of Djelian means, "He who says 'Ug'". He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral surrounded by a fine mist of sweat Djelibeybi banner in Hall of Warriors over the throne, in Djelian Guard guild house & statue in the entrance
 Ukli, Tribal God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Howondaland mentioned in The Last Hero
 Umcherrel, Soul of the Forest Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Skund Forest Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol
 Ur-Gilash, Forgotten God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Omnia from the region before Om superseded him
 Urika, Goddess of Snow, Saunas, and Theatrical Performances for Fewer than 120 People Frigid and deadly at first glance, the Goddess Urika has a warmer, softer side as well, in addition to Her love for moderate amounts of showmanship and attention. Her worshippers focus on the balance between the necessity of death and the mercy of life, and typically enjoy having their efforts appreciated by others. She currently can't be worshipped.  +30 extremely good protected by the power of Urika Sto Lat Sir Robert Cuspidor's "Bleak Yellow Table Performance", a tribute to her, in the exhibition gallery of the Royal Art Museum
 Vut, Dog-Headed God of the Evening Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  -4 evil surrounded by an aura of tranquility a small globe Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun, statue in Djelibeybi Palace
 What, Goddess of the Sky The Goddess What is best known for eating the sun after it sets, then planting a seed from it every night to grow a new sun in time for the following sunrise. What's interest in growing suns extends to living organisms as well, and Her priestesses are known for assisting plants, animals, and sentient beings in living healthy lives and being reborn to new ones. She currently can't be worshipped.  +36 extremely good

+37 extremely good

surrounded by good karma Djelibeybi Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun
 Wilf, God of Astrology Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.     ? writes in The Discworld Almanak
 Yay, Sun God Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.  0 neutral glows with strong light Djelibeybi fresco and cairn on the Road of the Sun
 Zephyrus, God of Slight Breezes Nothing is known about this religion. He currently can't be worshipped.    Ephebe Ug Ogg's custom armour symbol, sacrificial altar in Ephebe
 Pishe, Goddess of Slight Showers The goddess Pishe is focused upon growth and regeneration. Her slight showers are ideal for the proliferation of plants, which in turn nurture animals and people. Her priests and priestesses often live peaceful lives, devoted to the protection of the living things which Pishe loves so dearly. She is generally viewed as the matron of healers, herbalists, and anyone else that shares Her love of growth. The commandments of Pishe include: Be the vessel through which My showers of mercy rain down upon all of those in need, whether they ask it or not, for in bringing My mercy unto them, thou bringest thyself unto Me.  +3 barely good

+48 extremely good

wrapped in a blanket of fog

surrounded by a layer of translucent fog

narrow ivory bracelet Ankh-Morpork, Sto Lat, Ephebe, Bes Pelargic, Lancre Pishe Waterpark
 Gufnork, God of Fluff As the God of Fluff, Gufnork and His priests enjoy an insulated life spent in meditation upon the softer aspects of life. Usually stereotyped as intellectuals with little care for worldly matters, followers of Gufnork have developed a reputation for standoffishness. Worshippers of Him often seek to improve the lives of others, so that more people will have the leisure and inclination to contemplate the glory of Gufnork. Gufnork's most important commandment is: Take My fluff throughout the world, and wherever the fluff be lacking, there spread My fluff thickest so that all may experience My fluff and sleep more comfortably upon it.  +3 barely good

+10 quite good

covered in a layer of (thin) fluff a soft fluffy ball Ankh-Morpork, Djelibeybi, Bes Pelargic, Ohulan Cutash, Sto Lat Oasis
 Gapp, God of Fine Clothing Often considered an elitist, Gapp and His priests make a point of being the best-dressed at any public function. The sense of style of His worshippers is as unquestionable as it is changeable, with new fashions tearing through His temples on a weekly basis. Gapp is a god who believes He is the best, and He knows how to dress properly for the position. The most important of Gapp's commandments include: Thou shalt not go forth unclothed like the lesser beasts, unless My High Priest doth send you forth thus on My behalf, for infractions against My church such as over-dressing when in the presence of one holier than thou.  0 neutral

+6 good

surrounded by translucent <type> fabric

appears to be wearing a translucent <type> cloth robe

golden thimble Ankh-Morpork, Djelibeybi, Bes Pelargic, Ephebe, Genua, Monks of Cool
 Sandelfon, God of Corridors As the God of Corridors, Sandelfon and His followers are most at home in the large buildings where the powerful gather to orchestrate the lives of others. Dedicated to the careful balancing of things (often in their own favour), they frequently engage in complicated political manoeuvres to achieve their view of acceptable balance. Sandelfon is often worshipped by politicians, lawyers, bureaucrats, and administrators, whether their intentions be selfless or not. Sandelfon's primary commandment is: If, in the greater or lesser scheme of things, thou or someone else doth see, or hear of, or think of a way in which a government, restaurant, organisation, or other undefined entity might be better managed and organized, thou, and whoever else is a worshipper unto Me, shall do their best to seek to improve the aforesaid government, restaurant, organisation, or other undefined entity, or petition to seek to improve the aforementioned if direct improvement is not possible or practical, and then thou shalt be among the most beloved of My children, unless sufficient other parties have completed such a task in a superior manner.  -4 evil

4 good

surrounded by ( an ethereal wall / a wall of dust ) small square stone Ankh-Morpork, Djelibeybi, Bes Pelargic, Copperhead
 Hat, Vulture-Headed God of Unexpected Guests As the God of Unexpected Guests, Hat and His priests are renowned for their erratic behaviour and unpredictability. His worshippers have a penchant for parties, especially if they involve hiding behind furniture then leaping out to shout "Surprise!" Generally free spirited, the followers of Hat frequently express their piety by travelling to new places, meeting new people, and engaging in new experiences. In keeping with his vulture-like nature, Hat can spot a good party, opportunity for mischief, or tasty corpse from miles away. Among Hat's most valued commandments is: Surprise them, before they surprise thee, lest I visit upon thee a bigger surprise that thou shalt not like in the least for failing in thy duty to Me.  -9 quite evil

-2 barely evil

covered with translucent feathers brass feather Ankh-Morpork, Djelibeybi, Bes Pelargic, Genua, Slippery Hollow
 Fish, God of Sea Creatures Fish, God of Sea Creatures, is primarily concerned with the propagation of sea life. Avid hunters, His priests are often a salty lot, and rough around the edges to say the least. Worshippers of Fish generally share a love of seafood as well as a practical interest in conservation so that hunting will always be a possibility. Fish's primary commandment is: Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's haddock, unless he covets thy haddock, in which case thou shalt take his haddock and smite him mightily with it, and then thou shalt eat both the haddocks to dispose of all evidence.  -2 barely evil

0 neutral

covered in a slimy seaweed cloak line of shark teeth Ankh-Morpork, Djelibeybi, Bes Pelargic (+sunken ship), Ephebe
 Seven-Handed Sek Sek is a God who knows what He wants and His seven hands are ideal for getting ahold of it. His followers usually share His drive for self-gratification and tend to enjoy doing whatever is necessary to take what they desire from someone else. Imbued with a natural sense of cruelty, Sek's worshippers frequently inflict misery upon others as a preferred method of showing their commitment to Him. The primary commandment of Sek is: Increase My glory by taking power for thyself from those who are less deserving of it, for the more power thou bringest unto Me, the more power I shall bestow unto thee, and thou shalt remain forever My most prized of servants.  -49 extremely evil

-3 barely evil

surrounded by ( pale orange‑gold flames / crackling flames ) black metal medallion Ankh-Morpork, Djelibeybi, Ohulan Cutash, Bes Pelargic
Deity Priests' Alignment Major Shield Holy Symbol Areas References

Gods not (yet) recognized

Some gods are not yet recognized (without a finger information) on the mud.

Narrativia, Goddess of Writing and Writers
She is the patron deity of Sir Terry Pratchett himself, who was having a statue made in Her honour.
The Lady
The Goddess Who Must Not Be Named, also known as The 'Million-to-One' Chance - and all of the other chances as well.
No Discworld God can change the nature of their own eyes, and hers are emerald green, without iris or pupil.
Mentioned in The Colour of Magic, Interesting Times and The Last Hero.
Fate
A most implacable god, it is possible (although difficult) to bargain with him, but proverbially impossible to cheat him, although this has been done before, notably by the Lady and Cohen in The Last Hero.
His eyes are starry voids.
He is said to come from a world other than the Disc.
Destiny
A god mentioned in The Colour of Magic. Possibly an anthropomorphic personification. Different from Fate, Destiny sees to it that young heroes meet their heroic destiny, while Fate backs winners, those ‘fated to win' and seem to have everything going for them.
Monolith
A mythic troll hero figure, a parody of Prometheus, he first wrested the secret of rocks from the gods (the secret being that you can hit someone with one).
Even though the famous human Fingers-Mazda (Thief of Fire) is usually credited with being the Disc's first thief, Monolith probably predates him considerably.
In Feet of Clay statues of Monolith are referred to as "troll religious statues", indicating that he is also some kind of demigod or similar. He is also mentioned in Moving Pictures.
Pedestriana, Goddess of feet and pedal dexterity
The goddess appears early and late in the events of Unseen Academicals to promote and direct the Beautiful Game which serves as a sacrament to her.
Bissonomy
She is currently an obscure Virtue, but according to Chaffinch, she was once a goddess and a consort of Blind Io.
Epidity, God of Potatoes
The patron deity of potatoes. Has the power to turn blasphemers in His sight into a shower of oysters.
In Making Money, there is passing reference to a potato-based religion requiring its devotees to wear symbolic golden tubers on a chain about their necks, which is beginning to gain ground in Ankh-Morpork, of which Mr. Tulip, and in the end Mr. Pin seemed to be believers.
He is celebrated in the month of Ember, which The Celebrated Discworld Almanak notes is the season of potato-harvesting just before winter.
Infernal Zoth, the Undying Renderer
A god who, due to his essential nature and uncompromising job description, may well have reduced himself to small god status by remorselessly wiping out his believers. His high spot might have been in 1547, when the order of monks bearing his name were wiped out by fire, lightning and a highly localised earthquake. Perhaps they contemplated the essential infernal nature of Zoth only too well...
The site of Zoth's former place of worship is now occupied by the Fools' Guild.
Iron Girder
The first steam locomotive on Discworld, becomes a goddess due to acquiring worshippers, in the form of trainspotters, in Raising Steam.
Night
A god for the easily impressed. Hard to see. Mentioned in The Colour of Magic.
Noddi
Creator god of NoThingfjord.
Nog-Humpty, Custard God
Mentioned in the Discworld's Assassins' Guild Yearbook and Diary 2000, Nog-Humpty the custard god is one for whom religion is a joking matter. Possibly associated with the Fools' Guild.
Pippina, Goddess of Chaos and Discord. Carries the Golden Apple of office.
Resonata, Goddess of Weasels
Saponaria, Goddess of Soap and Cleanliness
Mad Snake God
Its principal temple has the terrible Man-Eating Sloth of Clup guarding a giant ruby.
Anu-anu
A god shaped like a werewolf that appears as a character in the computer game Discworld Noir.
Originally worshipped in Klatch, where a temple dedicated to him still exists in Al-Khali. During the events of the game he has been reduced to small god status, physically reducing him to the form of a small dog, but his religion still existed in Überwald amongst werewolf clans. One of the proponents of the religion of Anu-anu was Ulrich von Überwald whose wife Carlotta helped to found a chapter in Ankh-Morpork.
Vometia
The ancient Ankh-Morporkian goddess of being sick. "To make an offering to Vometia..." means vomiting. Mentioned in The Last Hero.
Vomita
Possibly the Oh Goddess of vomiting and violent purging.

Dark Gods

Pratchett never makes the connection explicit, the dark gods of the Necrotelicomnicon are probably creatures from the Dungeon Dimensions that have found a way to survive in our universe.
Although possibly not proper gods, some might use belief to sustain themselves.
The names of the Dark Gods are often references to creatures from the Cthulhu Mythos.
Bel-Shamharoth
He is also known as the "Soul-Eater," the "Soul-Render," or the "Sender of Eight."
On the mud, should one shout the 7+1 number, one might be confronted with this entity (and directly logged out from the mud).
These days he is mostly remembered in the name of the Young Men's Reformed-Cultists-of-the-Ichor-God Bel-Shamharoth Association. His likeness is etched on the cover of the Octavo.
Yob Sodoth
Mentioned in Moving Pictures.
The Insider
Mentioned in Equal Rites.
C'hulagen
Mentioned in Equal Rites.
Nylonathetep
Mentioned in Discworld Noir.

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