When someone asks a dracon "who is your god?", the usual answer is "which one?" While most parts of the world are polytheistic, few if any other lands takes range of worship as seriously as those of us dracons. Normally, the inhabitants of a country or even an entire continent may follow a single pantheon of gods, usually headed by a sky-father, with all aspects of the region's nature and society represented by its gods. Dracons, on the other hand, have a pantheon of pantheons, with thousands upon thousands of gods receiving worship and praise from all corners of the continent.
Broadly speaking, there are twenty-seven major pantheons of gods, eleven of which are imported from other lands, along with a host of primeval deities, later generations of gods, ascended mortals, and demigods, along with various elemental spirits. To top it off, some of the same gods can be found in different pantheons, sometimes under the same name, but usually with a distinct name and identity. Finally, the s