There are many orders that have priests and temples throughout Tsuranuanni.

The gods were considered to have a full word on the life of Tsurani. Their divine mandate imparted order to the Empire and made sense of everything: from reward for honourable service, and the right of nobles to rule, to constraints in the Game of the Council.

The known gods are as follows:

Higher Heaven

  • Chochocan: the good God
  • Zamach: the fountain of knowledge, the master of justice
  • Juran: The just
  • Lashima: Goddess of wisdom, Queen of the sky
  • Fa: Master of the night
  • Oxalaca: Master of oceans, builder of ships
  • Thanaxaca: Father of the arts
  • Hilbantucan: Master of Works
  • Sibi: Goddess of Death
  • Jastur: God of war, Bringer of terror
  • Keburchi: God of Chaos

Lower Heaven

  • Hantukama: God of healing, cloud rider
  • Tomachaca: Bringer of peace, protector of orphans
  • Milianxana: Goddess of singers, love, happiness, wine
  • Kelesha: Goddess of brides, mercy
  • Hilio: The teacher, judge of life
  • Juru: Lord of sailors, father of waves
  • Salana: Mistress of rain, harvests, beasts, truth
  • Baracan: Lord of swords, God of honour
  • Tuth: God of builders
  • Lulondi: God of Farmers
  • Turakamu: the red God, the killer god, brother to death
  • Nictac: Lord of thieves, protector of travellers
  • Zurgauli: God of ill luck
  • Alihama: Goddess of travellers
  • Iskisu: God of trickery, chance


  • Sularmina: shield of the weak
  • Indiri: unknown - Hokanu's mother is supposed to have taken service in their temple

Behind the scenes

On the occasion of the wedding and coronation of Justin and Jehilia, they are called the "Twenty Higher Gods." [1] The following chapter speaks of the "Twenty Gods of the Higher Heaven and the Twenty Gods of the Lower Heaven."


  1. Mistress of the Empire, ch. 31.
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