Puck was born as John Wilmot the Second Earl of Rochester. A complete hedonist, he was turned into a satyr by a powerful fae and eventually earned a place as Oberon’s Herald and then as a fae prince. When the Fae left Geos realmspace, Puck believed that he couldn’t give up on those he had fought for and alongside for so long so he fought long and hard to become a deity. Puck is the most vocal of the deities and the most likely to be wandering Geos in physical form.


Name: Puck
Alias(es): Lord Jon Marlborough, John Wilmot 2nd Earl of Rochester, Robyn Goodfellow
Status: Lesser God
Domains: Shadow, Theft, Money, Lies, Tricks, Disguise, Lust, Sex
Colours: Brown (primary), Green and Purple (secondary)
Gender: Masculine
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral Neutral
Worshiper Alignments: Non-Lawful
Commandments: "Enjoy one another."
Enemy of the Faith: Fae-Bane, Devices, Rapists
Alliances (with other Deities): Gaea
Conflicts (with other Deities): Greymayre (Cautious), Oblivion (Hostile)
Favoured Lists/Spells: Manipulation, Legerdemain
Barred Lists/Spells: Whore’s Collar, Whore’s Judgment
Favoured Weapon: Dagger
Relic Weapon: Horns of Puck (Paired Daggers)
Relic Item: Glamour’s Cloak
Avatar: Lady Annat the Butterfly
High Priest: Lady Vanity
Paladin: Marius Swift
Temples of Note: Goodfellow's (Tavern Chain)

Church of Puck
Contrary to popular belief, Puck worshipers are not all about sex. In fact, their primary focus in life is making sure everyone around them is having a fantastic time and that their pleasures and desires are being fulfilled. More often than not this leads to an abundance of sex, drugs, and alcohol, but to the followers of Puck, nothing is more important than having a good time. One thing they hate above all are people who force their desires upon others, and they have a particular hatred for rapists. Everyone involved must be enjoying themselves. Puck followers tend to be cheeky, and they all have loose morals, but rarely are they bad people. If someone’s desire was to murder every child in an orphanage, most Puck followers would laugh and offer to get them drunk instead. But there are a few bad seeds, as there are in any group, and because of Puck’s already questionable reputation, these individuals tend to stick out in people’s minds.
Puck churches are lavish and usually playful and suggestive. It is not uncommon for a church to have phallic shaped pillars or art that not-so-subtly depicts female genitalia. Followers find it amusing, and that it adds to the atmosphere. The interior is usually decorated with bright colours, greens and purples mostly, and browns. They have an assortment of seating, but almost always have lush cushions scattered across the floor. Churches usually have side rooms for ‘private prayer’, but more often than not one can walk into a Puck church and find naked people everywhere. Drugs, alcohol, and gambling are also common sights within the church, and often non-followers will venture into a Puck church simply to have a good time.
Members of Note:
Lady Annat the Butterfly, Avatar of Puck
Lady Vanity, High Priest of Puck
Marius Swift, Paladin of Puck
Temples of Note:
Goodfellow’s (Tavern Chain)