As you already know, D&D Forgotten Realms have a HUGE pantheon of gods. Since it based on Forgotten Realms setting, Baldur’s Gate 3 too have many gods, goddesses, and deities in it. Some are good, some are bad, and some are mixed.
We will probably encounter or hear plenty of gods in Baldur’s Gate 3 full release. But I don’t think there is enough content to mention all gods. Only the relevant ones to the story and gameplay will take place in BG3 I guess. Perhaps we’ll even get to kill one! Who wouldn’t want to slay a god? I for one would definitely want to slay an evil one…
By the way, you can read the books for more information about pantheon if you want. Afterall, the lore is pretty rich and fun to read.
So, all the gods, goddesses, and deities in Baldur’s Gate 3 universe are listed below. Scroll down to see them. But beware, they are many!
Baldur’s Gate 3 Gods and Goddesses
These are the gods of realms. I have listed them in an alphabetical order. Still, most popular and important ones are highlighted.
- Auril – Goddess of Winter
- Azuth – God of Wizards
- Bane – God of Tyranny (Absolute’s Bane, does it have any connection?)
- Beshaba – Goddess of Misfortune
- Bhaal – God of Murder
- Chauntea – Goddess of Agriculture
- Cyric – God of Lies
- Deneir – God of Writing
- Eldath – Goddes of Peace
- Gond – God of Craft
- Helm – God of Protection
- Ilmater – God of Endurance
- Kelemvor – God of the Dead
- Lathander – God of Birth and Renewal
- Leira – Goddess of Illusion
- Lliira – Goddess of Joy
- Loviatar – Goddess of Pain (BG3 Loviatar’s Blessing)
- Malar – God of the Hunt
- Mask – God of Thieves
- Mielikki – Goddess of Forests
- Milil – God of Poetry and Song
- Myrkul – God of Death
- Mystra – Goddess of Magic
- Oghma – God of Knowledge
- Savras – God of Divination and Fate
- Selune – Goddess of the Moon
- Shar – Goddess of Darkness and Loss
- Silvanus – God of Wild Nature
- Sune – Goddess of Love and Beauty
- Talona – Goddess of Disease and Poison
- Talos – God of Storms
- Tempus – God of War
- Torm – God of Courage and Self-Sacrifice
- Tymora – Goddes of Good Fortune
- Tyr – God of Justice
- Umberlee – Goddess of the Sea
- Waukeen – Goddess of Trade
BG3 Racial Gods and Deities
All races have their own gods and deities in Baldur’s Gate 3 universe. Each unique in their own way. These are the BG3 racial deities:
- Bahamut – Dragon God of Good (God of dragons.) – Baldur’s Gate 3 dragonborn race.
- Blibdoolpoolp – Kuo-toa Goddess (Goddess of man-fish.)
- Corellon Larethian – Elf Deity of Art and Magic (Creator of all elves.)
- Deep Sashelas – Elf God of the Sea (Maker of sea elves.)
- Eadro – Merfolk Deity of the Sea (Maker of the merfolk.)
- Garl Glittergold – Gnome God of Trickery and Wiles (Gnome prankster god. But in a funny way, not mean at all.)
- Grolantor – Hill Giant God of War (God of giants.)
- Gruumsh – Orc God of Storms and War (God of orcs.)
- Hruggek – Bugbear God of Violence (Bugbear god.)
- Kurtulmak – Kobold God of War and Mining (Creator of kobolds.)
- Laogzed – Troglodyte God of Hunger (God of lizards.)
- Lolth – Drow Goddess of Spiders (Spider queen.)
- Maglubiyet – Goblinoid God of War (God of goblins.)
- Moradin – Dwarf God of Creation (Creator of the dwarves.)
- Rillifane Rallathil – Wood Elf God of Nature (Tree of life.)
- Sehanine Moonbow – Elf Goddess of the Moon (Elf moon god.)
- Sekolah – Sahuagin God of the Hunt (Shark god.)
- Semuanya – Lizardfolk Deity of Survival (Neutral lizardfolk deity.)
- Skerrit – Centaur and Satyr God of Nature (Protector of balance, a centaur god.)
- Skoraeus Stonebones – God of Stone Giants and Art (Stone giant god.)
- Surtur – God of Fire Giants and Craft (Ancient fire giant.)
- Thrym – God of Frost Giants and Strength (God from Antarctica.)
- Tiamat – Dragon Goddess of Evil (Most famous d&d deity, pretty evil.)
- Yondalla – Halfling Goddess of Fertility and Protection (Creator of the halflings.)
Baldur’s Gate 3 Pantheon
Total 61 BG3 gods, goddesses, and deities listed on this page. If I have missed one, please let me know. So that I can update the page accordingly.
The god pantheon of Baldur’s Gate 3 reminds me of Silmarillion. Which is equally big in numbers. Not even the game masters can memorize all of them.
Gods that are relevant to the story probably will be in the game. After the full release of course. I am excited see them. Especially the Maglubiyet intrigues me a lot. I wonder why… Do let me know which gods in BG3 interests you in the comments.
Well, I hope you enjoyed the content. I would like to hear your opinion about BG3 gods, goddesses, and deities. Leave a comment below and I will get back to you. Later then!