Cernous Appears to Jalla at Enoch- 64
Quite impressed by this ethereal creature, Jalla and the others listen in tense silence to the words of Cernous. After hearing Cernous refer to her as Janna, Jalla changes her name to Janna, and a culture begins where those who have greatly distinguished themselves have the middle letters of their names replaced with "n". Janna is no fool, and wisely chooses the first of the three options, to have divinely-granted immortality from any natural cause. All those in Enoch revere Janna, the keeper of the White Horse, and the leader of their religious acts, which mostly involve dancing about the White Horse in honor of Cernous. News of these events spread to the other Horse-worshiping villages, and they begin to dance and leap about their horses in the name of Cernous as well. While Cernous did command the peoples to be inclusive, they are yet a bit wary of outsiders, as each village believes its horse to be the best horse, second only to the White Horse of Enoch and Cernous himself.
Cernous Appears to Garshad of Tharak- 83
Garshad takes the words of Cernous, Sparrow god of the Hunt, quite seriously, and begins to speak of Cernous to all the tribesmen of Tharak, who respect Garshad for his endeavors in killing the White Stag and his hunting prowess ever since. Due to complying with Cernous' command, Garshad takes Cernous up on his promise, and wishes to have power rivaling that of Kinerios, the Wyvern of the Night, that he may engage Kinerios is a deadly battle that shall be remembered for all the ages. While Garshad awaits an answer to his wish, he and the warriors of Tharak begin travelling to neighboring Clovis villages, speaking of Cernous, Sparrow god of the Hunt, and how all must unite under the banner of Cernous or be slain. Many of the villages, who have been trying to secure knowledge of the divine, gladly drink in the words of Garshad and his warrior-prophets, and begin to preach to other villages in turn of Cernous, Sparrow god of the Hunt; thus, many Clovis villages begin to serve Cernous, going on hunting parties to find bigger and more dangerous beasts to slay. To the Cernousians among the Clovis, there are only two ways- the Way of the Hunt, or the way of the unbelievers and enemies of Cernous. This has caused some clashes in places where Cernous' followers have met followers of Gahl, who strive to eradicate the more aggressive part of themselves.
Cernous Appears to Xaman and Xorma- 36
When the White Skink with glowing blue eyes appears in Xaman and Xorma's den, they immediately attempt to kill and eat it, forcing Cernous to retreat, but not before he has a chance to give his revelation to them. However, Xaman and Xorma scoff at his words, and don't make a wish. They, and the Shazan tribe, have everything they need; however, Xaman and Xorma do spread some word among their tribe of this "Skink-God", Cernous, and that it would be only wise to worship it, until they know whether or not he is truly a god.
Gahl's will to the Clovis- 65
The Clovis, meditating at the Shrines of Gahl, welcome the message they receive, as they believe that sharing and kindness may help them eradicate the more aggressive side of their minds. Reaching out to nearby villages where Gahlic shrines exist, they begin to remove trees and create pathways in which travelling Clovis Merchants and "Meditants" [Skilled Meditators] move from village to village, bartering goods and speaking of meditation and the peacefulness of Gahl and the Gahlic philosophy. One central Clovis village, by the name of Gahlham, has become a hub for local trade and meditation gathering; Gahlham has as yet been untouched by the more violent religion of Cernous.
Dewra speaks to and helps the Chupacabras- 21
A 100 mile radius is a long way for sound to travel, and the booming words of Dewra echo back and forth across the valley multiple times where the Chupacabras live, causing many of them to tremble in fear and try to dig holes in the soil to hide from these oppressive and frightening deities. They peek out of their holes after the voice has become silent; many resume their animalistic way of living, stalking by night and avoiding open sky, for fear that the gods may swoop down and devour them. Those brave enough to venture near the monolith of Chu'pa observe the pond being created and filling with blood, and a large group of them band together the guard the lake ferociously from other Chupacabra, and spend their days and nights lounging passively by these lakes, gorging themselves on the regenerative blood that fills it. They only allow members of their clan to drink from the lake, while other Chupacabras are forced to continue their nocturnal giant-flea life. Their offspring are often offloaded elsewhere in the valley, to avoid them becoming entitled to access to the "Blood-Fountain of the gods", as the Chupacabras have taken to calling it. Despite this act of benevolence, the Chupacabra refuse to acknowledge the deities who have tried to act benevolently to them; they remain agnostic and animalistic...
Metuna speaks to the Shotani- 81
After Metuna's revelation through the newly-leaf-clad Shotani priests, animosity has arisen between the more "devout" Metunan practitioners and those who either take her less "seriously", or worship the other gods. The pranks, jokes, and constant ribbing by Metuna's followers have caused many to join their ranks in order to escape such trickery and deception. Those who wish to avoid these pranks altogether have begin to form split tribes, moving further north, toward the mountain ranges, where they can live more in peace. Many Shotani also take delight in pranking the neighboring Zarkat'h tribes, resulting in some skirmishing between them as well. Metunan Shotani see non-Shotani as unable to worship Metuna, as Metuna has stated multiple times that the Shotani were specifically her creations. Although the Shotani are adapted to life in the desert with no need of clothing, the command of Metuna has inspired them to begin wearing cloaks of animal furs, but will not wear leaves as they are the sacred attire of priests.
Kazrath's revelation to the Odoniay- 57
The Odoniay, while not overtly impressed or convinced by a random Odoniay "dude" just showing up and claiming to be a god, many still hold on to their instictive fear of the unknown, and do as this Odoniay commands them. A few Odoniay tribes begin to incorporate Kazrathite worship into their organized ritual duels in Nobtu's honor, although most staunch Nobtunese refuse to worship this new deity, as they want to prove themselves able to stand up to conflict and not shrink in fear, in order to impress Nobtu, their creator.
Kazrath's revelation to the Spides- 16
The Spide hiveminds have too much work on their hands simply surviving and skirmishing with each other for resources to pay attention to the words of a scholar who claims to be a god. The biological and instinctive caste system the Spides have discourages deviance from mostly mindless behaviors, especially since the Queens are the ones who indirectly control the entire society, and see deviant individuals as inconveniences that must be disposed of. The nameless foreigner Spide scholar claiming to be a god is attacked, and is forced to strike several Spides down before fleeing.
Nobtu's revelation to Humanity- 97
Humans the land over hear the booming words of Nobtu and his superiority, and fall down in reverence, awe, and fear of this nebulous voice who claims such great power. They know very little else, save that Nobtu is great, and they begin to perform rituals where they gather in the wilderness and shout as loud as they can, to imitate the great voice of Nobtu. Since Nobtu is the greatest, Nobtunese humans begin to clash with Cernousian humans about who is greater; several horses kept in village have been deafened by concentrated screaming by masses of Nobtunese adherents, causing fights and skirmishes to erupt between the Cernousians and the Nobtunese.