When Kheizget joined Thorn, he taught the group about the gods worshipped by his people. Tanador eventually began to pay homage to Lasadulu.
- En’edoomshkadii – god of sun, sky, mercy, benevolence, father, “He Who Watches”, the Planner
- Shuushush – goddess of the moon, time keeping, the mending of broken or wronged things or events, healing, mothering
- Victuldek-Tuloomsh – god (greater) of death, winter, caves, mysteries, irony, self-sacrifice. Victul is also one of the patrons of the magics.
- Bikeshk – god of meddling, mischief, distraction.
- Dekl’udgek – god of passion, jealousy, envy, revenge, sexuality, lust.
- En’epul – god of just vengeance, patron of the traveler or those who seek.
- Kekeluhud – goddess of chaos and flights of fancy.
- Khuldekguh – god of War and Destruction.
- The triplets
- Guh’shelluh – god of knowledge, understanding, languages, mechanics
- Dru’oomsh’uhlgo – god (median) of wisdom, the sea, neutrality, reservation, contemplation
- Ediitulas – goddess of beauty, poetry and fertility
- En’ehladii – goddess of precision and excellence, craftsmen and artists, those striving for perfection
- En’sheksel – god of luck and fortune, patron of fine dining and living.
- Lasadulu – goddess of music and traveling homeward, patron of good deeds.
- Meses’duk – god of messages, scouts, news and omens.