Here is a poster feature Goddess Jenh. She is responsible for taking care of Lorata, basically mothering it. She is said to be responsible for the existence of elves and faeries, and to have created Loracaz as her champion, intending from his conception– as well as the formation of his soul– for him to rescue her.
Métius has always ben jealous of how well-loved she was. She was the first of Lorata’s deities to be discovered by the elves, and she loved to be involved in their lives and share her magic with them. In time, Métius offered his power to the elves, but only in exchange for the life and magic Jenh had given them. He wanted to be worshiped, honored, and given sacrifices, and he was know for being wrathful and seductive. He tempts the mortals in order to get what he wants and subjugate them.
Where there is shadow, there is also light, and so Kearr exists to help shed the demon god’s darkness and purify that which he had corrupted. He teaches love and healing to his followers, and he is forgiving and understanding. His followers help fend off the shadows and demons where they can, but they are far from perfect, so the threat to Jenh cannot be completely eradicated.
Lorata’s fourth deity, Aamh, is celestial and transcendent. She fosters wisdom and encourages art, music, and creativity. Her followers are free from the temptations of Métius and wish to see an end to the struggle for control of Lorata.