- Anhur, Slayer of Enemies
Anhur, the lion-headed Egyptian God of war, slays his enemies with spear and guile. Weapons equally as sharp
- Athena, Goddess of Wisdom
In war, there are two kinds of soldiers: those that fight for blood, and those that fight for honor. These different warriors seek different Gods. Ares, God of War revels in the bloodletting, but his sister, Athena, Goddess of Wisdom, is patron to those who fight with dignity, and only when there is no other alternative.
- Osiris, Broken God of the Afterlife
Son of the Earth God, Geb, Osiris was divine royalty by birth, and all the land his birthright. Benevolence and prosperity were the hallmarks of his reign.
- Ratatoskr, The Sly Messenger
As Gods from every Pantheons clash, how could Ratatoskr pass up the opportunity to instigate new rivalries? Quite simply, he cannot. Beware the squirrel.
- Sol, Goddess of the Sun
Sol, normally confined to her chariot has found a way to send her flaming essence to the battlefield. To the casual observer, the combat, the bloodshed, may all seem just a game to Sol, but she is driven by an age old grudge and a desire to be free.