She is known as the Mistress of the Sun. For it is said that the world was without light and no living thing could see in front of themselves and flowers wilted without light to feed.
This saddened the goddess, who loved flowers more than anything. She wept a single tear that fell onto the sky and it morphed into a flaming orb of fire. This brought all the plants in the world to life and Ikashi was sad no more. She entered her tear to keep it from going out. If she ever left that tear for more than an hour, darkness would rise.
He is the master of the wild. Before his intervention, the world was peaceful and boring. No predator to chase prey, no natural disasters, nothing. He had a sabre cat and a thunder bird as pets. He would watch them ever day as they chased and fought each other till they both were too tired. One day, the thunder bird broke out of its cage and flew into the world of Valendar, causing massive rains and thunderstorms. The sabre cat followed, his hunger overtaking him and he chased every single thing he could find to devour. Zighrun devised an idea. He cast a spell turning his thunder bird into elemental disasters that would only arrive at his whim. The sabre cat was transformed into other carnivores and he only let them be hungry twice a day to keep him entertained.
He is the god of madness and trickery. One of the more immature gods and favoured by trolls and dark elves. He is depicted as a dark elf with glowing purple orbs as eyes that are filled with his tricks. He isn't necessarily an evil god, just a mischievous one that will do anything for a laugh. He is one of few gods that will interact with the races for they are the easiest to fool and they will believe anything said by someone else. The high elves believe that he is the cause of all disrupt in their kingdom, which isn't entirely false.
The warrior of flame, he was once a normal fire elemental in the Rifts of the Elements but one night that changed. He saw someone trying to enter and he stopped him, by throwing a fire rock right through them. This triggered a savagery in him and he vowed to become a better protector. The gods took notice of that and watched him carefully, observing him every day. Neruin was given the task to test his strength, and as he was ten feet from the Rifts, he was set aflame by Zeerox who watched him without flinching. Neruin merely scoffed turning the flames off and taking Zeerox with him to become an immortal god. Zeerox protects warriors and guardians for he believes there is real power in strength and discipline.
He is the god of death and undeath.
He is strongly feared by any race, except the undead, who revere him as the true king of death.
In truth, he does not like being associated with end and death, but rather with new beginnings.
He takes the chosen to die to the underworld, where they are not tortured, but tested. The ones that pass his nearly impossible tests are granted rebirth in a new place, no memory of their past. It is not him who chooses death, as many believe. It is his hourglass. When pointed at someone it turns itself and shows how much time is left before their end. He is merely there to take their soul to the underworld.
On one occasion he did choose the death of someone, a vicious ruler of the north who wished to take the innocence of a young woman just because she accidentally entered his kingdom. After his 'accidental' death the kingdom was free.