The Twelve Divines (also known as the Hadiran Pantheon) is the primarily religion of the humans of northwestern Atem. There are seven gods and five goddesses. In Hadir, there is a chapel in each major city venerating the Twelve.


  • Zinyus: King of the Gods and ruler of heaven; god of time and creator of man.
  • Hira: Queen of the gods, goddess of marriage, women, childbirth and family and co-creator of women.
  • Kore: Ruler of the underworld and goddess of the dead.
  • Demir: God of the harvest, fertility, agriculture, nature and the seasons.
  • Aeth: God of wisdom, knowledge, reason, intelligent activity, literature, handicrafts, science, defense and strategic warfare.
  • Abulo: God of light, the sun, prophecy, philosophy, truth, inspiration, poetry, music, arts, medicine, healing, and plague.
  • Aerta: Goddess of the hunt, the wilderness, virginity, the moon, archery, childbirth, protection and plaque.
  • Erisa: Goddess of war.
  • Aphira: Goddess of love, pleasure, passion, procreation, fertility, beauty and desire. Co-creator of women.
  • Phaeton: God of work and commerce.
  • Hiarmis: Messenger of the gods; god of travel, commerce, communication, borders, eloquence, diplomacy, thieves and games.
  • Bacchus: God of wine, the grape vine, fertility, festivity, ecstasy, madness and resurrection.