The Elder Scrolls

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The Elder Scrolls is known for an extremely diverse and unique body of lore. No, we're not just talking about the games here.

Pantheons[edit]

Source: UESP

Cyrodiil
(Imperial)
Skyrim
(Nord)

Skyrim
(Snow Elf)

Summerset Isle
(Altmer)
Valenwood
(Bosmer)
Morrowind
(Dunmer)
Hammerfell
(Redguard)
High Rock
(Breton)
Elsweyr
(Khajiit)
Tamriel
(Cults)
Akatosh Akatosh Auri-El Auri-El Auri-El Ruptga Akatosh Alkosh
Alduin Satakal
Almalexia
Arkay Orkey Arkay Tu'whacca Arkay
Azura Azurah Azura
Baan Dar Baan Dar
Boethiah Boethiah
Clavicus Vile
Cuhlecain
Dagoth Ur
Diagna
Dibella Dibella Dibella
Herma-Mora Herma-Mora Hermorah Hermaeus Mora
Hircine Hircine
HoonDing
Jode Masser
Jone Secunda
Julianos Jhunal Julianos
Kynareth Kyne Tava Kynareth Khenarthi
Leki
Shezarr Shor Lorkhan Lorkhan Lorkhan Sep Sheor Lorkhaj
Magnus Magnus
Mauloch Trinimac Trinimac Malacath Malooc Malacath
Mara Mara Mara Mara Morwha Mara Mara
Mehrunes Dagon Merrunz Mehrunes Dagon
Mephala Mafala Mephala
Meridia
Miraak
Molag Bal Molag Bal
Morihaus
Namiira Namira
Nerevar
Nerevarine
Nocturnal
Onsi
Peryite
Phynaster Phynaster Phynaster
Rajhin
Reman
Riddle'Thar
Sangiin Sanguine
Sheogorath Sheggorath Sheogorath
Sithis
Sotha Sil
Stendarr Stuhn Stendarr Stendarr Stendarr S'rendarr
Syrabane Syrabane
Talos Ysmir
Vaermina
Vivec
Xarxes Xarxes
Jephre Jephre Y'ffre Y'ffre Y'ffer
Zenithar Tsun Xen Z'en Zeht Zenithar
God of Worms