Raen, Breton God of AgricultureEdit
Raen is the Breton God of Agriculture, with his associated temples being called The Conservatory of Raen and the associated knightly order being The Knights of the Field. Reliquaries of Raen can be found across the Iliac Bay region. Praying to Raen can result in one's navigational skills being increased.
Rajhin, Footpad, Thief God of the KhajiitiEdit
Rajhin the Purring Liar, also known as the Trickster God, the Footpad, Cat Who Walks, and the Cat-King of Thieves is the Thief god of the Khajiiti people. He has Seven Shadows, each representing different aspects of his being.
Reman Cyrodiil, called the Worldly God, was a cultural god-hero of the Second Empire, founder of the Reman Dynasty, and the greatest hero of the Akaviri Trouble of 1E 2703. His name, Reman, means "Light of Man". Contrary to popular belief, the province of Cyrodiil was not named after him; rather, he adopted the ancient Ayleid name for the province, Cyrod, as his surname.
Riddle'Thar, Two-Moons DanceEdit
The cosmic order deity of the Khajiiti, the Riddle'Thar was revealed to Elsweyr by the prophet Rid-Thar-ri'Datta, the Mane. The Riddle'Thar is more a set of guidelines by which to live than a single entity, but some of his avatars like to appear as humble messengers of the gods. Also known as the Sugar God. Those who reached the highest levels of the way of Riddle'Thar are nearly unbeatable in weaponless combat. The Riddle'Thar promised a paradise to the Khajiit known as Llesw'er.
Ruptga, Tall PapaEdit
- Khajiit exclamations in Arena
- Reliquaries of Raen in Daggerfall
- Events of Arena
- Varieties of Faith — Brother Mikhael Karkuxor of the Imperial College
- Master Zoaraym's Tale — Gi'Nanth
- Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: Sugar and Blood: the Cats of the South — Imperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
Note: The following references are considered to be unofficial sources. They are included to round off this article and may not be authoritative or conclusive.