Thzularn is considered to be the kindler of strife between the gods. She led dark gods and fanned the flames of hatred ever further. She is considered unpredictable and abysmally cruel, and her followers often sacrifice more than their lives to her. In return, she offers them great power over people, and even more, if they are willing to give enough. Her brother and lover is Dogan, the Lord of Dark Magic.
Dogan, Thzularns brother and lover, brought a cruel, dark magic in the time of the demon trains, which multiplied the powers of the demons and threatened the balance of the world. Even though his powers are inferior to those of Nadal, his power is still present, and his followers know how to make use of it.
It is Seth'Nra who receives the dead if they choose the wrong path in the face of Rhodd'hrom. The dead become her slaves forever, and the slaves of the necrologists and gifted who have chosen her path.
A long time ago, when the demons had long since taken flight and peace was slowly returning to the world, Rhodd'hrom managed to take the place at the soul scales, and thus determine the fate of the dead. It is this test that each person must take upon himself after his death, if his soul does not pass against the strength of the dark god, he is forever a slave of Seth'Nra.
At the time when the demons were driven into the underworld, Ranorh's influence on the world also diminished. The god, who as the leader of the demons himself tends to take the form of a demon, has a significant following among demonologists. Being a servant of Ranorh promises loyal and strong slaves, but also a secure infinity in the underworld.
Ishaa'Nra is not as powerful as her brother Chronar, and her attempts to permanently disrupt the fabric of time seem to have been in vain so far. However, she does offer her human worshippers the power to influence time, if only in a small way.
The whereabouts of Dhas'Garyll will probably remain unknown forever. The dark god retreated to the world before the expulsion of the demons, and exists there unrecognized in a worldly body. Dhas'Garyll has no followers, and his power in the world is questionable. Scholars suspect that he has retreated, and is hoping for a renewed shift in power.