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Kel is an obscure entity. In one piece of historical fiction, Kel's name was used in a swear by a Chimer king.[1]


Kieran the Bard is a figure that is shrouded in mystery. Some of his stories have been lost, while others were successfully documented. His recorded tales fall into three categories dubbed the Woodland Cycle, Castles and Kings, and an unnamed lustful category. Some stories have become mere shells of the original and are now simple bedtime stories, and it is unknown if his stories are based on true events, allegory, or if they were simply written to entertain. He has shrines called Kieran Theatres in Hammerfell and High Rock, and he is of significance to Bretons. A Bretonic ruler of a kingdom neighboring the Bloodfall Kingdom is rumored to have had a tale of Kieran staged at a Old Life Festival.

Khenarthi, the Elder Spirit of the HeavensEdit

Khenarthi, God of Winds, the Gatherer of Waters, and the Elder Spirit of the Heavens, is the Khajiiti goddess of weather and the sky, the most powerful of the Sky Spirits, and is the Khajiiti interpretation of Kynareth. When a Khajiit dies, it is Khenarthi who guides their soul either to Azurah for judgment, or to Llesw'er, the Sands Behind the Stars. And it is her clarion call that will summon the "eternal united spirit of all Khajiit" to defend creation at the end of time.


Khunzar-ri (or Zar for short), also known as the Laughing Lion, the Luminous Lion of Elsweyr, the Lunar Champion, the Jonelight Jaunter, and the Imprisoner of Dragons, was a mythical Khajiit hero and warrior who was active during the Merethic Era. Although he was of the Pahmar-raht furstock, some stories elevate him to the status of a god, or him being created by one. He is known for his many adventures, some examples include his meeting with the Skooma Cat, and the debaucherous Night of Seven Hundred Paramours. He was most well-known for capturing the demons who plagued the land of Elsweyr by imprisoning them in the Halls of Colossus. Long after his death, he is still worshipped for his heroric deeds within Khajiiti shrines.

Kota, the SerpentEdit

According to the Adzi-Kostleel tribe in Black Marsh, after Atak became everything, a being came from the nothing to counter it. As it emerged and met Atak, it told them that its name was Kota and that it had been growing too, and now it had a mouth and was hungry. Following this, they began to battle and devour each other endlessly until tiring and becoming a singular deity, Atakota.[2]

Kyne, Kiss At the EndEdit

Kyne, or Kaan in the dragon language, is the Nordic goddess of the Storm, widow of Shor, the Blessed Warrior-Wife, and a favored god of warriors. She is one of the Hearth Gods, and is considered the chief deity of the Nordic pantheon. As the goddess of the Storm, she is strongly associated with wind and rain, and is thought to control both forces, even when they bring misery.

Kynareth, Goddess of AirEdit

Kynareth is the goddess of the heavens, the winds, the sea, the elements, and the unseen spirits of the air. She is a member of the Eight/Nine Divines and Patron of sailors and travelers. Kynareth is often invoked for auspicious stars at birth and for good fortune in daily life. In some legends, she is the first to agree to Lorkhan's divine plan to create the mortal plane, and provides the space in the void for its creation. Furthermore, she is associated with rain, a phenomenon that is said not to have occurred before the removal of Lorkhan's divine spark.