It's been a little while since I did any real world building, so I thought I'd come to you for a few ideas. While in my story I've relegated a few terms from Norse and Judeo-Christian mythology, many of which are clingy placeholders that I've grown attached to (Einherjar and Sephiroth for instance), and I have sort of overarching mythos, many of the individual areas don't have their own pantheons and the like. In other words, I need religions. I want it so that the religions all share the same gods, but not the same perceptions of those gods. For example, Zeus and Jupiter. Or an even better example would be the similarities between the Norse, Greek, and Egyptian pantheons. I guess I should tell you what I have so far. The creator goddess is Elyon, who woke to a dead world and more or less sang it to life. Yes I did kind of steal this, but he stole it first. There are also the Old Gods, or Titans, who are something along the lines of Alien deities that take the Villain by Default roles, but are sealed away forever (or until I decide that my fictional people are to complacent and need the looming shadow of death. Those are Bahamut, Ziz, and Leviathan. They are the parents of Behemoths, wyvern, and wyrms respectively, and take a place like Bast does for cats. I've actually got a sort of Myth idea where Behemoths (sort of an elephant without the trunk) stay away from mice (much like elephants do) because the god of mice sealed Bahamut away. That would place him in the Goku and Raven mold, as a trickster) And finally are the Gods proper, who run the religions more or less. Shying away from the Crystal Dragon religions, no one actually worships Elyon, though swearing by her name isn't uncommon. Though because of the way I've set things up there is a bit of Henotheism. The Gods of the two pantheons (two pantheons that are separate but together, like the Aesir and the Vanir) are the average Gods, whereas the Titans and Elyon are like, well, the Titans and such, the Aesir and the Vanir are the people who everyone cares about. While none of them are omnipotent, omnipresent, or omniscient, they are still forces of nature with personalities. Also because I don't know much about other religions, it's hard to think outside the Crystal Dragon Jesus when that's all you've known.