The gods of Tirakan
Chronar is the eldest of the siblings, he watches over the flow of time. Chronar is often depicted as the supreme god and the largest temples and cathedrals are built to him.
Depictions of Algor as a god occur very rarely, often he is depicted as the symbol of the sun on the scriptures and temples. Rarely is he seen depicted as a young man with a crystal staff in his hand, even more rarely is he sketched as an old man with a plain wooden staff. These depictions date mainly from between the 2nd and 6th centuries. Algor is celebrated on the first day of the new year, with the Feast of the New Year immediately following the New Year celebrations.
Nadal, the youngest of the siblings, is the one who brought magic into the world, and who also guards it to this day. All the magic in the world flows through her hands and is guided by her, at least that is what the priests and followers of Nadal preach. The temples of Nadal are Places of study and teaching of magic, and a higher value is placed on tranquillity and seclusion than on pageantry and grand worship.
Herbarin was the second youngest of eleven siblings chosen by unknown parents to be the Gods of the world of Tirakan. In the Third Age he was fatally struck by the demon Brahas, and sank dying and filled with hatred and bitterness onto the ice of the plains to Kaal where his trace was lost forever. Herbarin hates his siblings because they let him fall in his eyes. Despite his fall, the tales have reached the present day, and it is reported that there are even temples of Herbarin. No one has ever seen such a temple. It is also said that Herbarin is not really dead yet, but is in an eternal process of agonising death, which is mixed with anger at his fate and hatred of the world.